Simple to put together and tasty to enjoy, these Individual Puff Pastry Apple Tarts with Almond and Cinnamon are an entertainer's dream dessert. Top them off with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or whipped cream and let the swooning begin. See this recipe made on video here.
Wow, it has been a busy week! Spring has sort of sprung in Oregon...there have been a handful of sunny days. The tasting room has been a madhouse and we've had so many long-time blog readers visit. It's always SO fun when you all come out and say hi...it validates what I do here. At least in my mind it does.
I've also hired a new crew in the tasting room, make sure you drop by and say hi to Jeff, Joni and Marissa...they will be helping me keep my sanity as we head into the busy wine tasting season. We continue to do wine pairings with small little nibbles and bites, it's really a fun way to spend your afternoon.
Now these tarts, they are so easy to make, my kids could do it. But the secret ingredient here is the almond paste (which I
did could eat with a spoon by the way and you'll find it in the baking aisle). These are the perfect after dinner treat and will impress any company you might be having over.
These tarts open up like little blossoms. They are also perfect topped with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. We did try both, but they were too warm to put on before taking a picture, as the whipped cream and ice cream would have melted. And of course everyone was begging for their dessert...well, you get it. It's the life of a food blogger, trying to get pictures, while your family stands in the background and watches their warm food go cold. Sorry family.
Anyway, give these a try...you will love....
See how simple they are to put together.
They are really out of this world!
Individual Puff Pastry Apple Tarts with Almond & Cinnamon
Other Puff Pastry Tarts You Might Enjoy:
- Fresh Raspberry Puff Pastry Tart
- Puff Pastry Tomato Tarts
- Puff Pastry Berries and Cream Tarts
- Prosciutto and Fontina Stuffed Puffed Pastry
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