How to do Rose Pineapple Tarts

I promise to show which crimper I’m using to make the above tarts. I personally find the plastic one better than the metal ones as it’s not as stiff so it’s easier to control the pressure when you crimp on it.

And for those who would like to do this design, here is a simple design to show how it is done.
Red refer to the 1st layer of crimping and Blue is the 2nd layer. So you actually crimp 8 times per tart!

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17 Responses to How to do Rose Pineapple Tarts

  1. erin says:

    the pineapple tarts are very pretty. Great explaination you have there. May i know where can i get the tool? =3

  2. Irene Low says:

    You are so sweet to share with us. I bot the plastic crimper too. Agreed with you, it is a breeze using it, compared to the metal one. This is more easy to grip and is much larger, giving more defined patterns.

    Thanks for sharing..with your tips we could make great pineapple tarts too.

    : ))

  3. Esther says:

    Hi Elyn,

    So kind of you to share how to do Rose Pineapple Tarts… ^_^

  4. Hien Bui says:

    Thanks for sharing, Elyn. Still hope to have your recipe 🙂

  5. You’re very generous to share all these useful tips!

  6. familyfirst says:

    hello. im a silent fan of your blog. been visiting here for long long time.

    i am keen to find out if you can share with me best place to get a kitchenaid. i am thinking of one for myself but its pretty expensive in kl, abt Rm2,600.

    do let me know if there are good deals in singapore. many thanks.

    your model is ksm150? how many litres is that? im thinking of the same as well.

  7. aida rosli says:

    If u can use the ‘teethless crimper’ the rose pineapple tart would really look rose-y…its very difficult to get though..

  8. Sherreen says:


    Can I know if you glaze the rose pineapple tart? Cuz it doesn’t look like glaze…

  9. Elyn says:

    Hi Erin, I got the tool from those neighbourhood houseware shop or try Ailin Bakery @ Tanjong Katong.

    Hi Irene, glad you find the tips useful!

    Hi Esther, Hien Bui and The Little Teochew, you’re most welcome!

    Hi Aida, that will be interesting to use a teethless crimper!

    Hi Sherreen, I didn’t glaze the tart.

    • erin says:

      thanks elyn. i found it at my neighborhood household store…just like you said. =)
      i hope i can create wonders like u did using that tool. finger crossed. X

  10. Tracy says:

    Hi Elyn

    Thanks for the great tips! Can i know what would be the temperature and time for baking rose tarts? Thanks

  11. cuen says:

    Thanks so much for sharing. You are so generous, despite selling them but you shared!

  12. SIG says:

    Thanks for this tutorial. I want to try doing the rose this year. 🙂

  13. Elyn says:

    Hi Tracy, I usually bake them at 170 degrees for 15 mins but it will depends on individual oven.

    Hi Cuen and SIG, you’re most welcome. I hope you find the tutorial useful.

  14. Tulip says:

    Can I find out fr u what is roughly the weight of each jam? Or diameter? And how much batter to use to wrap each jam. Tx

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