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Easy Apple Tart |

Easy Apple Tart

  • Author: Laura


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  1. Core and cut your apples in half and into slices. You can leave the skin on or off. My preference for next time is off. You can sprinkle your apple slice with a little lemon juice at this point if you’d like. I actually forgot to do this and it was no problem. Mix the apple slices with the brown sugar and a dash of salt (and a little cinnamon if you’d like). Then let them sit.
  2. Get out your puffed pastry and let it thaw. I believe the package says to give it 10 minutes. While this thaws it will give the sugar some time to soften and for the apples to get juicy.
    Next, cut your sheet of puffed pastry in half and place on a sprayed baking sheet. Line half of the apple slices down the center of the pastry overlapping each other, like fallen dominoes.
  3. Bake at 415 degrees for 18 to 20 minutes, keeping an eye on the tart towards the end. You want it to be golden, but not too golden. Remove the the tarts from the baking sheet or they may get stuck there. Sprinkle with powdered sugar, slice, and serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt. Cinnamon ice cream would also be excellent. A drizzle of caramel and sweetened whipped cream would work too.
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