Apple Tart

"A quick dessert and a great way to make use of the wonderful fall apple harvest."
photo by Roxanne J.R. photo by Roxanne J.R.
photo by Roxanne J.R.
photo by Roxanne J.R. photo by Roxanne J.R.
photo by AaliyahsAaronsMum photo by AaliyahsAaronsMum
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  • Place the puff pastry on a cookie sheet.
  • Top with the sliced apples.
  • Dot on the butter.
  • Sprinkle on the sugar and bake at 350 for 30 minutes.
  • Serve warm with ice cream or whipped cream.

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  1. Roxanne J.R.
    Wow, I will be making this recipe very often. It is so delicious and easy to put together. No major prep work or anything. Did make a change to the recipe - I used brown sugar and added some ground cinnamon and freshly grated nutmeg to the apples. Otherwise, wow amazing! I made my own quick puff pastry recipe for this and yes! I need to buy more apples. Awesome recipe. Thanks for posting.
  2. LMillerRN
    I made this for dessert tonight. I used a variety of apples and glazed with an apple jelly glaze I made. This was simple and delicious.
  3. My mother never tau
    This is VERY good and totally easy to make! I didn't have any puff pastry on hand so I substituted pie crust. Very good.
  4. AaliyahsAaronsMum
    This is a FANTASTIC recipe and I'm surprised it hasn't been reviewed yet! Very very simple and so easy to make! I pricked the bottom of the puff pastry with a fork leaving about half an inch border on all sides so that the centre wouldn't 'puff up' during baking. I didn't bother with the butter but sprinkled some cinnamon and used demerara sugar instead of regular sugar (and I am sure I didn't use 1/2 cup, I sprinkled it on top as to our liking). Next time, I think I shall glaze it with some melted apricot jam after baking. And I served it plain. Thank you, Mini, for sharing this wonderful recipe, I definitely will be making it again! :)


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