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These summery Peach Brie Pastry Tarts with Peppered Rosemary Honey are my favorite last-minute appetizer, afternoon snack, or even light dinner. They’re quick, easy, and most importantly, everyone loves them! Puff pastry, caramelized jammy shallots, creamy brie, and fresh summer peaches, all baked together to create the perfect cheese-filled mini-tarts. Finish each tart off with a peppery rosemary honey for the perfect Brie tart that’s a delicious mix of sweet and savory.

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So I guess I’m all about the appetizers this week! Summer days mean simple cooking and I’m loving these quick recipes with all the best in-season produce. And let’s be real, who doesn’t love a peach Brie tart? It’s just a wonderful combination.

So here’s the deal, it’s no secret that I love Brie. I’ve made cranberry brie tarts, cranberry brie pull-apart bread, pan fried brie, and even an artichoke and broccoli pesto brie panini. Ahh yeah, it’s safe to say I really love Brie. But something I haven’t done a lot of is Brie in the summertime. Enter these super, simple, easy tarts that are roll your eyes back delicious.

Think melty brie, sweet peaches, and peppery honey infused with garden-fresh rosemary. Oh and “jammy” caramelized shallots. YUMMM.

raw peaches on cutting board

Here’s how to make these summery peach Brie pastry tarts.

Like so many of my summer recipes right now, these tarts are quick, easy, and use plenty of summer produce. Now add in Brie and some store-bought puff pastry…for simplicity…and you’ll have delicious tarts in no time!

Start with those jammy caramelized shallots. First, these shallots are SO GOOD. They add a lot of flavor to these tarts, so don’t skip them. If you love a caramelized onion, you’ll love caramelized shallots even more. They’re tangier, sweeter, and pair perfectly with the creamy Brie and sweet peaches.

Cook the shallots down in a bit of olive oil, then add the apple cider vinegar. The vinegar helps to caramelize the shallots while also adding a bit of a tang.

overhead photo of Peach Brie Pastry Tarts on baking sheet before baking

Once your shallots have caramelized, it’s time to assemble. First, I like to cut my puff pastry into rectangles. Then spread on those shallots, add the brie, add a handful of fresh basil, and layer on the peaches.

Just like with Monday’s prosciutto peach chicken, I used the peaches I received from Frog Hollow Farms. They are the sweetest peaches and so pretty. Do you see all the color they have? To be honest, it was their box of peaches that really inspired this recipe. I just wanted to use them in every way I could. Sweet cake on Friday, savory chicken on Monday. And today…it’s these cheesy tarts…a mix of both sweet, savory, and touch peppery.

Favorite combination.

So layer on those peaches, then bake.

overhead photo of Peach Brie Pastry Tarts on baking sheet after baking

Onto that peppered rosemary honey.

While the tarts are baking, make the honey. It’s very simple…honey, rosemary, and freshly cracked black pepper. Simple, but truly so delicious. I love the fragrant rosemary with the sweet honey. It’s the perfect balance.

As soon as those pretty tarts come out of the oven, drizzle over the honey, top with a few basil leaves.

Then enjoy them while they’re warm and melty. Absolutely nothing not to love…just so delicious!

overhead photo of Peach Brie Pastry Tarts with Peppered Rosemary Honey

I love turning these tarts into a light summer dinner with a big green salad (I leave out the sweet potatoes in the summertime).

Best way to end a low key summery evening.

overhead photo of Peach Brie Pastry Tarts with Peppered Rosemary Honey

Looking for other summer peach recipes? Try these:

Prosciutto Balsamic Peach Chicken with Burrata and Basil

Balsamic Peach Spritz

Skillet Balsamic Peach Pork Chops with Feta and Basil

Lastly, if you make these peach Brie pastry tarts with peppered rosemary honey., be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! Above all, I love to hear from you guys and always do my best to respond to each and every comment. And of course, if you do make this recipe, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram! Looking through the photos of recipes you all have made is my favorite!

Peach Brie Pastry Tarts with Peppered Rosemary Honey

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings: 12
Calories Per Serving: 452 kcal

Nutritional information is only an estimate. The accuracy of the nutritional information for any recipe on this site is not guaranteed.



  • 1. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
    2. Heat the olive oil in a skillet over medium heat. When the oil shimmers, add the shallots, cook until fragrant, 2-3 minutes. Stir in the apple cider vinegar, cook another 1-2 minutes until the shallots are caramelized. Season with salt and pepper.
    3. Cut each sheet of puff pastry into 4 squares. Spread each squares with a small spoonful of shallots, leaving a 1/4 inch border. Top with brie and sprinkle with basil. Arrange the peach slices over the cheese and basil, pressing them into the cheese to adhere slightly (see above photo). Drizzle with oil and season with salt and pepper.
    4. Fold the edges of the pastry inward to enclose. Brush the edges of the pastry with beaten egg and sprinkle with black pepper.
    4. Transfer to the oven and bake 15-20 minutes, until the pastry is golden and the cheese melted. Mix the honey, rosemary, and a large pinch of pepper together. Serve the tarts drizzled with this peppered rosemary honey. Enjoy! 
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  1. Have made these multiple times for different events and they are a hit every single time! Since it is winter, would apples or another fruit work on this just the same? Thanks!

    1. Hey Amy,
      Wonderful!! I love to hear that this recipe always turns out well for you and thanks so much for making it so often! Sure, apples would be delicious! xx

  2. 5 stars
    The flavors are definitely WOW good! It says it serves 12. I cut 2 pastry sheets into 4 squares that is 8. Or am I missing something? Thanks Tieghan!

    1. Hey Kimberley,
      Happy Sunday!! I love to hear that this recipe was tasty, thanks a lot for making it! Lol, you’re correct! xxT

  3. I’m a little confused with this recipe ….. it says to fold the puff pastry over , but the pictures show it open.
    Also, what do you cook it on? Parchment paper , on an oven tray not lined ?
    Thanks !

    1. Hi Pamela,
      Step 1 specifically says “Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.” For the pastry, you are only folding the edges of the pastry, you can view the photos above for reference. Please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

  4. 2 stars
    Not exactly the flavor profile I was expecting, the amount of basil and rosemary seemed excessive and turned the flavor more towards straight up pizza

    1. Hey Rebecca,
      Thanks for giving the recipe a try, sorry to hear it was not enjoyed! Have a great Sunday! xx

  5. 5 stars
    I made this ystrdy for a party. It was AMAZING!!!! It was literally gone b4 I knew it. One of the girls actually said “It’s a party in my mouth”. I will certainly be making this one on repeat. Thanks Tieghan for another gr8 recipe 🙂

    1. Hey Annmarie,
      Awesome!! Thanks a bunch for making this recipe:) I am so glad it was enjoyed! Hope you’re off to a great Monday! xxT

  6. 5 stars
    These took more than 15 min of prep for sure but they were worth every minute of time. It helped that I cut the peach slices and made the caramelized shallots the day before. I brought these as an appetizer to a summer dinner party and they were perfect – visually beautiful, absolutely delicious, complex, unexpected – a real hit. I ended up cutting each puff pastry sheet into 9 pieces so we had 18 little tarts. Because we were just going across the street, I brought them over still warm but they were delicious at room temperature too. This recipe is a keeper, thank you for sharing it.

    1. Hey Chris,
      Fantastic!! I love to hear that this recipe was a winner, thanks for trying it out! Sorry these took longer than expected!! I hope you had a great holiday weekend!?

  7. 5 stars
    Perfect appetizer or even a light dessert. Leftovers make an amazing breakfast fresh out of a toaster oven to get the cheese a bit melty again!

    1. Hi Stephanie,
      Awesome!! Love to hear that this recipe was a hit, thanks for making it and sharing your feedback!! 🙂

      1. I love these tarts so much and making them again today! I’m also interested to buy one of your books, is this recipe mentioned in a particular one?

        1. Hey Jessie!
          So glad you have been enjoying these tarts:) This recipe is only located on the blog! xTieghan

  8. 4 stars
    I made these tarts for my parent’s 25th anniversary lunch and I got so many compliments on this recipe! The only thing was that most of the tarts had air pockets come up in the middle and all the ingredients spilled out! 🙁 Most could be salvaged but 2 of them didn’t make it. Might try poking holes in the puff pastry next time, because I’ll still definitely be making these again! Thanks Tieghan 🙂

    1. Hi Nicole,
      Happy Monday!! I love to hear that this recipe was enjoyed, thanks so much for giving it a go! So sorry to hear about the spillage! Air pockets would definitely help for next time. xxT

    1. Hey Lucianna,
      That should work well for you, just allow them to drain before using them! Please let me know if you give the recipe a try, I hope you love it! xTieghan

  9. Ok, so I reallllllly want to make these for my daughters first birthday party (one sweet peach theme)… but because it’s October, I’m worried I won’t find good peaches for the recipe. Any chance these could be made with canned or frozen peaches?

  10. I made these last weekend to raves! We ate half as appetizers before going out to a late dinner. I went to put the rest away later that evening and they were victims of a new ant infestation. Augh!! I hated throwing them away. I currently have a 1/2 batch in the oven for today’s lunch though. Yum!

  11. 5 stars
    Made these last weekend and everyone loved them. Really quite simple and delicious … and I even made them ahead, kept them at room temperature but waited to add the honey/rosemary until I served them.

    1. Hey Lennore,
      Fantastic! Love to hear that the recipe was enjoyed, thanks bunch for making it. Have the best weekend:) xTieghan

  12. Hi Tieghan,
    I am a super Fan of all your recipes! I’m thinking about making these for a block party…. how do you think they will stand up if not eaten right away? Thx!

  13. 5 stars
    Made as an appetizer for my MIL’s bday dinner and they turned out beautifully! They look intricate, but are quite simple to make. I was a tad worried the cheese would spill out in baking because I don’t quite fold the pastry enough, but didn’t happen! I used black peppercorn for the honey and dried rosemary.

    1. Hey Thy,
      Happy Sunday! I love to hear this recipe was enjoyed and I truly appreciate you giving it a try! xxTieghan