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By Bees Knees Kitchen

What is more lovely than the citrus smell of clementines! This beautiful winter fruit has an intense pure flavor and scent. So with much creativity I give you my winter dessert spectacular, Clementine Tarts with Clementine Ginger Cream on top of Citrus Macaroon Cookies!

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Sweet Adeline's Review

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these are very nice :) i made them by pressing the dough into muffin tins and freezing them, and then filling them with the cream and clementines. the citrus-ness of this recipe is what makes it :) it's a very bright, sunny flavor- perfect for winter days :)

this would go nice with a cup of Keenum tea or hot mulled cranberry juice, maybe blended with Earl Grey.

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delore's Review

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These are so good! Yummy wintertime treat. Thanks BKK!

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michellelancastergraham's Review

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I just made these and they are AMAZING!! I incorporated the advice posted by vegnyc about grinding the cashews alone into a fairly fine ground. I was actually pleasantly suprised how fluffy and creamy the topping was when I brought it out of the fridge. Absolute perfection. I followed the recipe precisely and these little tarts are sooo DELICIOUS! You will love them. Go make them right now!! Thank you so much Bees Knees.

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I can't wait to try these!

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vegnyc's Review

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This recipe is unbelievably fantastic!! I just made it an hour ago - exactly as written. Its a bit labor intensive so allow for about 45 mins for the first time you make them. Also, here are some suggestions to make life easier

- remember to put the base in the freezer when you've rolled in onto the parchment paper before you cut them. I cookie-cuttered them first and they felt apart a little - no biggie though

- for the cream, grind the cashews ALONE FIRST in order to get as small as possible coz if you blend it with the other ingredients the blender/food processor just can't get the cashews smooth enough and you have slight chunks - delicious but a little chunkier than you'd want

- may i suggest using oranges for the recipe and using tangerines for the garnish? its really cumbersome to segment tiny slippery tangerine segments! does that make me lazy?! haha

- don't omit the ginger - i was considerng it since i didn't want it gingery, but don't worry it doesn't overpower it at all, its really nice and subtle and adds an extra dimension of taste.

You MUST make these, the'yre absolutely fantastic. The creator of these is a culinary genius!

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YAY! I can't wait to try these and the lemon cookies on this site (except made with tangerines). I have a tree in my backyard that produces so many this season thanks to vermicomposting!

Thanks for this recipe!

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They look yummy !!!!! Can't wait to try this recipe. Thank for posting !!!!

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These look beautiful and delicious. I am anxious to try them. Thanks for sharing!

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