Apple Tart

apple tart

These apple tarts are to die for. I am super excited to share the recipe with you all. We had another family Sunday dinner at my in-laws and I was in charge of dessert. We weren’t having a lot of family because tons of kiddos sick and others going to their other families. With not having as many I could make these tarts and have plenty for everyone. They look so pretty huh?? Well they did and they taste amazing, but I had a rough time getting them to my in-laws house yesterday. We were out doing chores on the farm, and once we finished those we stopped by the house to grab the tarts. Well I rushed in the house to grab those and a few other things. I was in such a rush that I ran into the wall with my pan that the tarts were on. I let out a big and loud NOOOO! I hurried to save what I could and hurried out the door. Sad story huh?? But they all turned out just fine. I was able to save it off the floor, and I promise I cleaned my floors just the evening before. Everyone was still able to enjoy them. They were a hit. You wont be disappointed. Just don’t drop them like I did 🙂

1 cup of flour

1/2 cup of cold butter, 1 stick

3 T of sugar

1/4 tsp of salt

3-4 T of ice cold water

In your kitchen aid or whatever mixture you use put he flour, butter, sugar and salt. Mix together well. It will look very crumbly. Put the water into the mix a Tablespoon at a time and mix it up. The dough will start to stick together better. Roll the dough out flat and thin. I like to place the dough between two pieces of wax paper when I roll it out to help it from sticking to the counter top or my rolling pin. Place the dough on a greased cookie sheet.


2 large Fuji apples, slices thinly

1/4 cup of sugar

1 T of cinnamon

1 tsp of flour

Mix all together in a large bowl. Place in the middle of rolled out dough. Roll the edges of dough up around the apples.

Egg wash:

1 egg white


Mix together one egg white and a little water and brush the outsides of the tart dough. Sprinkle with sugar on top. Bake at 365 degrees for 35-40 minutes until the crust is a little bit golden. Remove from oven and let cool for a few minutes before putting glaze on top.


1/2 cup of powdered sugar

4 T of milk

Mix together and drizzle on top of cooled off tart. Also sift a little powdered sugar on top as well.

Now you have yourself a super yummy apple tart. This recipe could be substituted for a lot of different fruit as well.




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  • Raising Samuels

    Yum! This looks amazing, Charlene! Thanks for sharing with #SocialButterflySunday! Hope to see you link up again this week 🙂

  • Yummy! I love making apple tarts for breakfast–totally going to try your recipe this weekend. 🙂

    • CBAsay

      I hope you enjoy it. I need to make them again. My family loved them.

  • butfirstcoffeemom

    I really need to start baking more! This looks so yummy. I agree with @@disqus_rxFAKYQXW1:disqus with ice cream! Wish I had some for breakfast;)

  • Yum! I love apple tarts, especially with ice cream. 🙂

  • Hey that’s a great recipe! I’m surely bookmarking this. Thanks for sharing :))

    • CBAsay

      Oh course. I hope you enjoy it. Thanks for stopping by.

  • oh Charlene! apple desserts are my fav! love how simple and pure the ingredients are! gorgeous tart!! <3

    • CBAsay

      I love apple dessert too! I hope you enjoy this one as well. Thanks for stopping by.

  • Your tarts look delicious! I’m glad you were able to save them from disaster!

    • CBAsay

      Me too! Thanks for stopping by. Hope you can visit Thinking Outside the Pot often. Have a wonderful evening!

  • Yummy. I am paleo, so tough on that food plan but I must commend you on your beautiful photos

    • CBAsay

      Thank you so much for your kind words. I hope that you are able to visit Thinking Outside The Pot often. Have a wonderful evening.