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September 15, 2010


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Luscious, simply luscious! A ricotta cheesecake like this is perfection - I love the flavor of ricotta in desserts - and the blackberries are fantastic. I have wanted to make something like this but only know one place in Nantes that sells blackberries (my favorite!) and very expensive. But now I must! Beautiful!!!


That looks amazing. The rich ricotta with the slightly tart blackberries I'm sure would work a treat. Love the photos & the blog:)


Mmm, ricotta and blackberries, what a great combo! Do you deliver? :) Ok, it looks quite easy to make, so I should give it a try.

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I could have eaten all your blackberries (an the tart, by the way). The photos make them jump from the screen directly to my mouth.

Maria @ ScandiFoodie

Baking is definitely therapy! I need some kitchen therapy every day, makes me get through the week easier ;-) This is such a lovely tart!


Yum, yum, yum! I haven't been this excited about a dessert in a long time!


Your egg photo is so lovely! Is that a table or a piece of wood?


Hi Tiina!
I'm very happy to have found your foodblog!
Simple posts, amazing photos. A bit problem with recipes, since I use grams... ;-)
I always bake cakes but I never tried to prepare a tart with a shortcrust... but this post inspired me to try!



Thank you for the sweet comments, friends!

Sasa, it's a wooden box from my dad's childhood home. It's originally from a factory and later on used as a box for potatoes in the cellar. It's very dear to me.

Nico, the type of crust works beautifully with the filling. It gives the tart a cookie like flavor. So glad you found your way here!


what a lovely looking tart tiina! been waiting for this since you mentioned it! perfect! it's got me inspired!

Anna Emilia

It looks so good that I try to make it to a vegan version. And a raspberry version.

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Sarah, Maison Cupcake

This looks absolutely gorgeous, I really must make something with blackberries this season before they disappear.


Meeta, Anna Emilia and Sarah - it's so nice to read your comments! Thank you, ladies!


So beautiful. It seems like it would be the perfect summer to fall transition tart.


What a perfect simple recipe! I'm crazy about ricotta and it's such a great idea to combine it with blackberries!


the tart looks amazing!!


Yummy, I love the idea of using ricotta cheese, so creamy and delicious!


Love the tart! Your photos are stunning!

Brad Fallon

Blackberry anything is amazing but your tart looks delicious! I love the idea of using ricotta.


I can HONESTLY say ive never had this before...Mmmm! :))))))))



Beautiful tart!


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  • Hi. I'm Tiina. Sparkling Ink is my food & home blog about passion and love for food and simple living. For me, food is all about fresh ingredients in season, having fun in the kitchen and sharing it all with family and friends. My cooking is inspired by both of my home cultures, Scandinavian and American. Food makes me happy; hope to share some of that happiness with you.



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