Yogurt Tarts with Granola Crust

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These Yogurt Tarts with Granola Crust are a delicious and easy snack option. The gluten-free granola crust can be made ahead for quick assembly of the tarts. Fill each crust with your favorite flavor yogurt and you have a wholesome food that naturally fits your lifestyle. Top the tarts with fresh fruit to add extra sweetness and a beautiful presentation. Enjoy the tarts for breakfast or a quick on-the-go-snack!

All ideas, recipes, & opinions are entirely my own, however, this is a sponsored post on behalf of wholesome brands, Vans Simply Delicious® & Wallaby® Organic.

Side view of  Yogurt Tarts with Granola Crust topped with strawberries and bananas

If you have been around for a while you know that I adore fruit, yogurt, granola, oatmeal, basically anything light and wholesome. I often eat a banana and yogurt for breakfast, sometimes with granola.

Then, for lunch, I enjoy a bowl of oatmeal topped with loads of fresh fruit. Or I’ll snack on these banana peanut butter snack bites.

I run a dessert/baking blog, but I really try to be conscious of what I eat. I simply can’t eat cakes and cupcakes every day of my life.

high angled view of mini Yogurt Tarts with Granola Crust

For that reason, I usually include a few recipes here and there that contain less sugar and more nutrients. These yogurt tarts with granola crust fit right into that category. There’s no added refined sugar or butter and they are completely gluten-free.

These bite-sized tarts are so simple. One of the easiest desserts you’ll ever make.

granola crusts in mini muffin pan

The crust is made from one ingredient, Van’s Simply Delicious Gluten Free Granola. I chose to make two different versions of the tarts so I used Cocoa Sensation and Banana Nut. You can use any flavor you prefer.

Spoon a couple tablespoons of granola into the wells of a mini-muffin tin and press it in to shape the base. Press the back of a measuring spoon into the center of each base to make a well. Bake the crust for a few minutes so it sets and holds shape.

Spoon Wallaby Organic Greek Yogurt over the crusts once they have cooled. I filled the chocolate crusts with strawberry yogurt and the banana nut crusts with vanilla bean yogurt. Get creative and use your own favorite flavor combinations.

Mini Yogurt Tarts with Granola Crust on a wooden stand

Top the yogurt tarts with corresponding bits of fruit or any fruit you so desire. Make a design or simply stack the fruit on top. I kept mine simple because I’m really a simple kind of person.

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Yogurt Tart with Granola Crust

Yogurt Tart with Granola Crust

These bite-sized Yogurt Tarts with Granola Crust has to be the easiest snack idea ever. The tarts have a thick granola crust filled with creamy Greek yogurt, and topped with bits of fresh fruit. They are adorable, wholesome, and absolutely delicious.
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Keyword yogurt tart recipe
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Yields 24 tarts
Author Jen Sobjack


  • 1 (11 ounce) package Van's Simply Delicious Gluten Free Banana Nut Granola or your favorite flavor
  • 2 (5.3 ounce) containers Wallaby Organic Vanilla Bean Greek Yogurt or your favorite flavor
  • 1/2 small banana or your favorite fruit, diced


  1. Preheat the oven to 325°F.
  2. Press 2 tablespoons of of the granola into a lightly greased mini muffin tin. Use the back of a measuring spoon to press a well into the centers. Bake for 15 minutes. Cool completely.
  3. Fill each crust with 1-2 teaspoons of yogurt and top with fruit.

Recipe Notes

The crusts can be baked a day ahead and stored in an airtight container. You can use any flavor granola and yogurt you like.

Nutritional values here on my recipes should be used as a general guide only. Since different brands of ingredients have different nutritional information, the values shown are just an estimate.