apple tart

even though the weather really doesn't feel like fall quite yet, the apples and pumpkins at the market sure make it seem autumnal already! here's a super quick and easy bite to make that takes minimal time and ingredients but is big on flavor and simple beauty. puff pastry is a great thing to have in your freezer at all times (like to make this or this) and is perfect in this recipe for a lovely dessert with ice cream, breakfast treat or a little snack with your afternoon coffee.

Apple Tarts
makes 6-8

2 tart apples, cored
1 lemon, juiced
1 pkg frozen puff pastry, defrosted
4 tbs honey
preheat oven to 400 degrees F. thinly slice apples and toss in lemon juice and a little water to keep from browning. set aside.
roll out puff pastry to about 1/4-inch thick on a board lightly dusted with flour. use round cookie cutters to cut out six to eight 2-inch circles and remove excess dough. transfer to an ungreased baking sheet. drain apples well. arrange slices on each of the circles and drizzle with honey. bake tarts for 12-18 minutes or until golden brown. serve immediately & enjoy!


Nisrine said...

Yummy, easy apple tart. The puff pastry is baked to perfection.

bojana said...

nice photo.
i just baked tarts with puff pastry and apples an hour ago and they are gone :-)

Anonymous said...

sweet and easy. would be perfect if guests came over unexpectedly!



Amelia PS said...

adorable, biteable. Perfect for the fall!

June said...

I just came across your blog yesterday and I just had to say that I love it! I read it all in one night and I'm back for me. I love the images and the recipes. You definitely work on a recipe book.

Heavenly Housewife said...

What a beautiful desert. I have several apple trees and I'm at a loss how to use all of my apples. Thank you for this wonderful idea.
*kisses* HH

Inge said...

This was just perfect on a lazy Sunday afternoon, with a lot of apples in the fridge and puff pastry in the freezer (always)! Thanks :)

fragolina said...

First time visiting. Delicious easy-for-everyday recipes.Nice blog.

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