JanOrange Ricotta Bread 28 days ago
im happy to get some fun projects and recipes.
Lynda BurkeItalian Mac And Cheese 1 month ago
Please  email the Italian mac and cheese  recipe.
laura anastasio mooreTomato Avocado Salad 1 month ago
this looks delicious! I am all about healthy livin...
JuneMaple Pecan Bars 2 months ago
Thinking of making this.  Recipe doesn't say what ...
Louise GetzHomemade Onion Rings in Air Fryer 2 months ago
TamiCaribbean Spiced Rum Cake 2 months ago
Sounds divine
CynthiaHarry Potter Pumpkin Juice 3 months ago
great recipes
You will get severe gas if you don't introduce sun...
Margaret WagnerFirecracker Salmon 3 months ago
Firecracker salmon

Apple Tart

Blossom Lady
Nov 08, 2022 11:10 PM
Apple Tart

This incredible tart is going to steal the show with its perfect, buttery homemade crust and apple-filled center. Brushed with apricot preserves and sprinkled with cinnamon and nutmeg, each bite of this amazing pastry is bursting with sweet, tart, and nutty flavor. While this looks similar to an apple pie, the apple filling and crust taste a lot different. This apple tart recipe uses a technique called ‘macerating’ to soften fruit instead of making a thick apple filling with cornstarch, butter, and sugar. To macerate your apples, you soak them in a sugar mixture until they soften. This way, they become malleable enough to arrange in your crust. Because there is no filling, the end texture of this tart is more firm and crisp than an apple pie.

I, personally, like the way this tart tastes more than an apple pie. It’s beautiful, too! You are able to get neat, crisp slices without globs of apple filling spilling out. This apple tart is light and delicious when eaten on its own, but is also amazing a la mode with a scoop of homemade ice cream on top. Fresh whipped cream or crème fraîche taste great as toppings as well. I know you are going to love this tart as much as I do! It just takes a little prep and arranging of apple slices to create a tasty, lavish dessert. Honestly, putting this tart together is one of my favorite parts of this whole process. It’s so fun to see something beautiful come together!



1 ½ cup flour

¼ cup granulated sugar

¼ tsp salt

¼ cup unsalted butter cold

1 egg yolk

2-4 tbsp cold water as needed


5 apples peeled, cored and sliced thin

1/3 granulated sugar

½ tsp cinnamon

¼ tsp nutmeg

1 tsp vanilla extract

1 tbsp lemon juice

Dash of salt

Apricot preserves

Prep Time:
40 minutes
Total Time:
95 minutes
Add to bookmarks
Assign tags
No comments