Asparagus & Goat Cheese Truffle Tarts

There are few things I love more than the aroma of truffles. I’m obsessed, and if you read my blog on a regular basis then I am sure you already know this about me. You also probably know by now that I can’t bake. It is something I have just come to feel ok about.

On those rare occasions when I need something buttery and pastry like, I buy phyllo sheets and make savory tarts. They are easy, delish and the flavor combinations are endless.



Goat cheese


Phyllo sheets

Olive Oil

Truffle Oil

Sea Salt & Crushed Red Pepper

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Layer phyllo sheets, painting a thin layer of olive oil between each sheet. Fill the center with goat cheese and veggies of choice. Shower each tart with sea salt, crushed red pepper and a drizzle of truffle oil. Roll the sides of the phyllo to make a little bed for the cheese and veggies. Bake for approx 12 minutes or until golden.

love. HD

Print Recipe
This entry was posted in recipes and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.
  • hsr


  • Evynn Johnson

    This would also be good as a flatbread reicipe…. Have you ever made a pizza type with phyllo sheets?

  • esy

    what is truffle oil? how does it taste? mediteranean?

  • True Love

    Yum. !!!!!!!! And the food look,s good to…..

  • True Love

    Haylie please let Hilary know that her new web site has Not been working right for days there a way she can fix it …I can’t go on without hearing Hilary Duff,s day to day tweets as that is all I have left of my star..please Don,t let that star pass in the night sky like any other ….thank you ..always True Love

  • zt

    Loved it!!! I tried it with White Truffle Oil because we couldn’t find any normal Truffle Oil but it was still AMAZING!