Nutrition Facts
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Serving Size: 1 serving
Amount Per Serving
Calories 102.5
Total Fat 5.2 g
Saturated Fat 0.9 g
Polyunsaturated Fat 1.4 g
Monounsaturated Fat 2.6 g
Cholesterol 9.0 mg
Sodium 56.6 mg
Potassium 57.1 mg
Total Carbohydrate 15.4 g
Dietary Fiber 1.0 g
Sugars 8.7 g
Protein 1.6 g
Vitamin A 0.3 %
Vitamin B-12 0.3 %
Vitamin B-6 1.1 %
Vitamin C 0.1 %
Vitamin D 0.4 %
Vitamin E 1.5 %
Calcium 1.0 %
Copper 5.0 %
Folate 2.5 %
Iron 3.4 %
Magnesium 3.8 %
Manganese 23.9 %
Niacin 1.8 %
Pantothenic Acid 1.2 %
Phosphorus 4.6 %
Riboflavin 2.5 %
Selenium 2.5 %
Thiamin 6.7 %
Zinc 3.0 %
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Calories in Petite Pecan Tarts

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Calories per Ingredient

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Calories per serving of Petite Pecan Tarts

33 calories of Pecans, (0.04 cup, chopped)

19 calories of Light Corn Syrup, (0.02 cup)

19 calories of Phyllo Dough, (0.33 sheet dough)

9 calories of Oats, Quaker (1 cup dry oats), (0.03 cup)

8 calories of Brown Sugar, (0.01 cup, packed)

8 calories of Butter, smart balance for baking, (0.08 tbsp)

3 calories of Egg, fresh, whole, raw, (0.04 large)

1 calories of Egg white, large, (0.04 serving)

0 calories of Vanilla Extract, (0.04 tsp)

0 calories of Salt, (0.02 dash)

Nutrition & Calorie Comments  

Too much sugar
Corn syrup? margarine? Sugar? You call this a healthy recipe??? Just go eat a box of donuts and a carton of twinkies.
I make these with a cream cheese crust and no corn syrup. They are call Tassies and they are for a splurge so enjoy and don't criticize every ingredient. If you want to change the sugar or anything else do so and thank the chef for the recipe. Have a great new year!
I could not find phyllo dough sheets in the Store, but found preformed phyllo tartlet shells, so I used those. Made the filling per recipe with the exception of the corn syrup. I had none on hand so I used sugar free Pancake Syrup. Turned out great.
sugar is sugar, either your in or your out... healthiest to stay away from it but if your going to indulge like around the holidays its best to know the nutrition up front per serving than to be surprised after the fact.. I will make for a crowd and send the rest home with friend for less temptation
This may be delicious BUT it is terrible for someone who is diabetic. I notice u conveniently leave off the sugar content on ur receipes. Very bad. These "little tarts r 8.7 sugas for 1. Not worth the bother.
I just wanted to point out that "corn syrup" is a completely different ingredient than "high fructose corn syrup" both chemically and in its typical uses. Corn syrup is old school, not a lab creation like HFCS. It should be used sparingly, only in the sense that any refined sugar should be.
1/2 cup of corn syrup divided by 24 and just 102 calories? There's nothing wrong with that and I'm sure they're good. The best way to stop at one is to only make them for a gathering where there won't be leftovers.
The corn syrup ruined it for me. My recipe, while needing calories shaved off does not use corn syrup. I only use brown sugar-dark, unsalted butter, eggs, vanilla and chopped pecans.
I agree with JACOBUSS57. I have been making butter tarts the tarts with out all of those ingredients. In my receipe I put in brown sugar, egg, vanilla and thats it. It comes out just as good. I have been making these for years with home made pastry. I might try to use phyllo pastry just to try.
Awesome, I made these with light maple syrup instead of the corn syrup and Splenda brown sugar.
I agree with MITSRN; one of these is 102 calories, and that is a lot. I guess portion control is key. I know I wouldn't eat just one though.
I found you can make this recipe with egg substitute ,lite brown sugar which is a blend of sugar & Splenda,I think ,but it makes it with less calories,you can also use lite butter,These will lessen the guilt and not the flavor.Good luck.
I haven't made or tasted these yet. I'm sure they are great. Not to be rude, but to compare a 300 cal. reg. slice of pie to a 102 cal. mini tart just isn't the same. Most would find it hard to stop at one little tart. So, three = 306 cal, 15 fat and 45 carbs min. Hmmmmm.