Lemon Curd Berry Tarts

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Today is one of those days that I don’t really want to get started. Because it starts at the doctor. It’s not like I have a problem with the doctors or anything, but who looks forward to getting their annual check up? It is by far my least favorite day of the year. Because it’s truly the most unnatural thing. How do they not have some sort of scanner that does the check up for you at this point? Another human is looking inside of you? If that’s not f*cked up, I don’t know what is. Reason #236 why I don’t want to get pregnant: multiple people are looking up there during your 9 months of pregnancy. Ugh, I just hate today. Especially since I have a new doctor. Maybe I’ll buy myself an ice cream cone after the appointment.

Does not wanting a male doctor for my gyno appointment make me a sexist? Someone recently told me I’ve said some anti-feminist things…am I an anti-feminist AND a sexist?! So many questions, so few answers!!!

Wanna see some Shania Twain karaoke? You got it!

You guys, I wish I had much to say about ‘The Women Tell All’ for The Bachelor the other night, but it just wasn’t that interesting. Except for the chick with the chicken. What was that about? I have no recollection of a chicken on the show and all the women seemed to. But I also had no recollection of that woman holding the bird. Was she even on the show? One thing I did feel bad about was Olivia. Listening to that girl be all sad about people saying mean things about her made me totally sad. Because I get that every freaking day. On social media, in emails. I’m constantly criticized so I understand how bad it sucks the first few times it happens. Sure it gets better, but it still gets under your skin. So yeah, I felt bad how the alcohol and producers made her seem on national television. I did like her hair, though. She was rocking that bob. I can’t wait for next week. And to see who is going to be the next Bachelorette. I hope it’s JoJo. I would love more fashion inspiration from her!

So it’s official. I’ve taken over the guest bedroom as my “sh*t I need to pack for Jamaica” room. It’s colorful and bright and there are swimsuit straps everywhere! We are one month away people, time to get cranking on outfits! Dressing up on vacation is one of my favorite things because you can go over the top or wear sweats and you fit in no matter what. Kind of like going out in Colorado. But I will probably go over the top the entire time. Must be one of my anti-feminist qualities. Man, I’m sassy today. Don’t f*ck with me, BRO!…must be the doctors appointment looming over my head. I’ll be back to normal soon…maybe.

PaleOMG Lemon Curd Berry Tarts

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Lemon Curd Berry Tarts

  • Yield: 14 tarts 1x
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Instructions

  1. Make lemon curd then set in the fridge to cool.
  2. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  3. Place pecans in a food processor and pulse until they have broken down into a flour consistency.
  4. Add almond flour, ghee, egg, honey, vanilla extract, baking powder, cinnamon and salt and puree until is combines completely together (it will form a ball in the food processor).
  5. Using a mini muffin tin, use a cookie scoop to scoop out a ball of the crust mixture and place into 14 muffin tin holes. Use your fingers (or the bottom of a spice jar) to press the dough into each muffin tin hole, into a cup formation. Use a fork to poke a few holes in the bottom of each to keep from rising as it bakes. Bake for 20 minutes.
  6. Let cool completely then fill each cup with 1-2 teaspoons of lemon curd and place a berry on top. If you want an even prettier look, garnish with some organic powdered sugar!

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24 thoughts on “Lemon Curd Berry Tarts”

  1. Man that looks amazing! And because they are small you can have like 5, right?! You’re posts always make me laugh and smile. Thanks so much! Good luck with the doctor. I feel the same way about going to the doctor, and the dentist, and to get my oil changed…so don’t look forward to those things.

  2. I confess to being extremely weirded out by male gyno’s. Does that make me sexist? Don’t know, don’t care. When I was pregnant I didn’t care as much, I think you’ll find after 9 months of pregnancy you’re ready to let just about anybody access to your vagina if they promise they’ll get the baby out of you. But for regular appointments I’m all about a woman doc. Sorry not sorry.

    The tarts look great, so pretty!

  3. HATE the doctor. They take my blood pressure and get all surprised when it’s through the roof. Well no shit. I don’t want to be here and have my lady bits violated.

    Totally making these cute little tarts for Easter!

  4. Love your blog and the personality that comes through on it! You are the first thing I check every morning (aside from email) when I get into the office, esp after the bachelor has been on! I never understood why people who don’t agree with your vision and life style even come back to your blog AND find it necessary to post negative comments. Sucks to be such a grumpy person. Keep doing you and I’ll keep looking forward to your posts everyday!

    Cheers!

  5. I see wanting a female gynocologist as understandable sexism.

    Disqualifying someone based on gender is sexism in action. But, when it comes to choosing a service provider in this area, along with others, gender can be a big plus or minus.

    If it was a guy calling you sexist for wanting a female gynocologist, that guy likely is projecting on you feelings he has about himself and trying to somehow justify decisions he makes.

    Just don’t call out a guy if he says he wants a male doctor, nurse, therapist, or something similar.

  6. I used to be on the no male doctor wagon, but then I discovered the one male doc at the practice I go to is way easier to get appointments with! No more having to schedule 5 months ahead of time, or wait three weeks to get a question answered.

    That, and I started running into the female doc all over the state at horse shows and riding clinics – it weirds me out more to encounter the person who had been looking up there out in my private world of ponies and rainbows.

  7. it’s definitely not sexist to want a male doc… you just have to find the right one, be that male or female. I had my baby with midwives, then had a gynecological emergency, and a male doc was the one that ended up doing surgery, and if I ended up wanting an obstetrician vs. my midwives, I’d totally pick him. that, and he delivers breech babies, which is saying something about his patience and skill! but that’s my doula brain talking, and neither here nor there 🙂

  8. If wanting someone who has a uterus to look at your uterus makes you sexist, I’m a big fat sexist and don’t care. Not that there aren’t good male drs out there but it’s not my first choice. Probably b/c when I was younger I had a male dr who clearly didn’t even *try* to understand the problems I was having and totally talked down to me.

    Dressing up or dressing “girly” does not make you anti-feminist! If you think *all* women need to dress up or dress in a certain way, that’s sexist. You doing what you like is not, at all.

  9. Meh, my doctor is a girl. I don’t think I’d be any less uncomfortable if it was a guy asking me to cough while they cupped the moneymaker. On the plus side, she’s a really cute girl. On the downside, I don’t like girls. I still feel SUPER uncomfortable when I have to drop my pants and cough. I channel my inner Chandler Bing and start making really awkward comments. I remember the first time I went to this doctor, and she brought her assistant-aide-whatchamacallit-person into the room and asked me to drop my pants the only thing I could think of was “TADAA!” (Like when magicians perform a trick). Unfortunately, I didn’t JUST think it, I also said it.
    #awkward

  10. I only go to female gyno…they have the same parts as me so that’s my reason. I wouldn’t go to a hair dresser with a buzz cut, ya know? Or a dentist with no teeth…hahaha. Ugh, we’re going to Costa next month and I want to buy new bathing suits but I need to stop eating fun sized snickers at work and get a flay tummy!!

  11. I tried a guy doctor once, and he did the whole awkward conversation thing. Literally, as he is doing his exam, ‘So, how do you like the weather we’ve been having..?’ Ughhh I was mortified. I know he was trying to help the situation, but it was just made it more awkward. Plus, female doctors know what your dealing with. I asked that same male doctor a lady question, and he gave such a textbook answer. I want someone to be real with me.

    It amazes me how annoying and mean some people are to others on a public platform. You don’t force people to come read your hilarious blog. You don’t force them to cook your (FREE) delicious recipes. So pipe down. Just remember, for every Negative Nancy that comments on your stuff, you got probably at least a thousand people that think the complete opposite. So majority rules!

    Heard Caila was the next Bachelorette per People magazine. ..could be a rumor, but they said she was spotted filming in her hometown. Who knows.

  12. Totally had my annual appointment yesterday and with a new-to-me doctor too. Idk… every year I make it out to be something super scary but then once it happens it’s really not that big of a deal. I 100% support going to a female doc! It’s your lady bits, who cares if it’s sexist or not, you have to feel comfortable!

  13. I have a male gyno and it really isn’t so bad. He’s quite funny bc he’s very straight to the point and blunt. When I was pregnant I saw some of the female Drs and honestly, I still preferred my male dr. But I agree, going to the gyno is the absolute worst! My entire body sweats sitting awkwardly on the heated table. Then the stupid cloth you drape over your legs and the open in the front top they give you just never cooperate and one is either falling off or flying wide open. Since Im so sweaty, I just love when they tell you to scoot down and the tissue paper on the table sticks to your butt as you move down. I’m scared it’s just straight up gonna get stuck in my crack. Ugh, my appt is soon. Can’t you tell I’m excited?! Maybe I too will get ice cream afterwards.

  14. I made these last night and they are amazing!!!!!!! I am not usually a lemon person but these were delicous!

  15. These look amazing! The chicken girl went home on night one- she was listed as a “chicken enthusiast” as her occupation and they did a little bio story on her on the first night where she had pictures of her chickens and was mulling them over like they used to do with the photos back in the day. I think ABC was bummed Ben didn’t keep her longer so they could have more fun with her occupation so they let her come to the Tell All. But the chicken was the best part, so that worked for me!

  16. Juli- I think they already announced the next Bachelorette as Calia! Which I’m totally bummed about- I just don’t think I can watch her for an entire season.

    I’m really torn on who he picks next week, but I want it to be JoJo. I LOVED that he said “I would marry her tomorrow if I could”, yah for another happy ending!

  17. One good thing about pregnancies and having kids- you never ever sweat your Pap appointments again. So many people have seen your business at that point, you’re like, “Sure, bring in all the students. Who HASN’T seen my whoo-ha? ” 😉

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