Category Archives: Tarts

Foolproof Lemon Tart

Meyer lemons, the non-bitter lemon hybrids that are growing in popularity with cooks everywhere by leaps and bounds, are in season right now. It is much easier to find them at stores and markets than it was only a few years ago, and more people are familiar with them as an ingredient. Even if you’re not, the only thing you need to know is that ... Read More »

Alsatian Onion Tart

For this month’s French themed Is My Blog Burning event, hosted by Cucina Testa Rossa, I wanted something simple. I also wanted to make a tart. Unfortunately, the two don’t always seem to go hand in hand, but with the use of some store-bought puff pastry, I was able to make a delicious, simple and very French tart. Alsatian Onion Tart is a traditional dish ... Read More »

Vegan Molasses Apple Tart

I hesitated to post this tart because I wasn’t completely pleased with the way it turned out. Not because there was anything wrong with it, but simply because it wasn’t what I expected. I made a crumbly, molasses cookie bottom, pressed it into the pan, baked it off and let it cool. I topped it with some very thin apple slices and baked it again. ... Read More »

Cream Filled Bread Tart with Plum and Dried Cherry Compote

This month’s SHF theme is Tempting Tarts, hosted by none other than Jarrett, owner of every food blogger’s (and food blog fan’s) favorite resource. The idea for this tart came straight out of Baking with Julia. In it, Nancy Silverton offers up a wonderful looking Brioche Tart. Hers is rich dough, filled with a creme fraiche and egg custard and baked. It is then topped ... Read More »

Blackberry Almond Tarts

Part of the appeal of tart is that the dough tends to be more forgiving than pie dough, so you can get in a lovely fruit dessert without having to worry about rolling and trimming dough. Tart crusts are generally pressed into place and take the exact shape of the tart pan. They are meant to be more crumbly and less flaky than a pie ... Read More »

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