The company has created the range after seeing an increase in the continuing trend for mini-desserts. The tarts are designed to appeal to restaurants looking for a smaller, individual dessert option.
Just Desserts has used the recipes for its multi-portion tarts to create a range of 10cm products handmade with butter pastry.
The range of tarts, which will be launched at this year's Speciality Food Show in Harrogate later this month, includes:
- Treacle tart
- Pear & almond franzipan
- Rhubarb franzipan
- Bakewell tart
- Yorkshire curd tart
The company will also unveil a range of six gluten-free cakes at the show.
Just Desserts has invested in a new bakery blocker to produce the new range - it features a fluted pastry edge for a 'more artisan feel'.
The entire product range is currently available direct from Just Desserts in boxes of nine tarts.
Discussions with a national wholesaler are ongoing but have yet to be finalised.
A box of nine tarts will cost between £1.50 and £1.75 depending on the tart in question.
Why should you buy it?
James O’Dwyer, managing director at Just Desserts, said: "Our new individual tarts are a welcome addition to our product offer and because of their versatility, they should be attractive to a larger number of foodservice customers.
"The range should be highly appealing to customers in our target markets as they want to indulge, at least a little, when dining out or meeting for coffee, but are still feeling cash-strapped, so these products allow them to enjoy an after dinner dessert or a coffee and sweet treat."