Winter is coming . . . I know.
How do I know?
My throat is beginning to itch and I’m cussing a cough that’s lurking it’s way . . . my way!
. . . a closer look.
In fact . . . It gets me 3 x’s a year . . . same months of every year.
I can understand early spring & summer, but late fall?
That’s o.k . . . I’m trying to kill it with SWEETNESS!
This Caramelized Puff Pastry Apple Tart, might keep it away a bit longer.
Can I just tell you . . . it’s delicious & flaky and the sugar has turned into caramel.
I just don’t think there is anything on earth . . . better than Puff Pastry!
Before I show you how to make these yummy Apple Tarts, I have TWO things to talk to you about first.
1. Just a reminder, that the COOKING LIGHT COOKBOOK giveaway doesn’t end until Friday October 19th @ midnight. You still have a chance to win. Just leave me a comment below that post, and if you haven’t LIKED ME on Facebook . . . Please do. I’m really trying to like Facebook, but It’s a struggle for me. uggg
2. I just want you to know that I love and appreciate all of you who follow this crazy Baking Blog. I realize I’m still a guppy in the water, but I have had enough traffic, that Bluehost hated me! Don’t get me wrong, Bluehost has been a great place to start, but when I couldn’t get on my own blog . . . I knew something was wrong. I needed to find new Hosting. So far . . . InMotion hosting is treating me very well.
Why do I tell you this? Some of you might be in the same predicament that I found myself in. This blog’s platform is WordPress.org . . . self hosted. I know only enough, that I’m able to log into my C-panel and lurk around.
I’m not smart enough to move my entire blog and all it’s root files, and pictures and add this number to that file and direct this Apache file to that file and so on and so on and so on and set it all in proper place at my new Host!!!! Nope I’m Not!
So . . . What did I do? I enlisted the help of a very nice guy, who goes by the name of SCOTT. He’s known as a SITE MOVER. HE runs a company called BLOG CRAFTED, and he’s very good at what he does. He’s happy to work with idiot’s like myself! Just click on the picture to go there now . . . but you better come back!
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I am trying this as soon as possible! LOVE this idea!
Oh no, I didn’t realise that about Bluehost when I signed up with them. I will remember about Blogcrafted when the time comes. I hope you beat off your cold.
Did Scott tell you to stop using all caps in your titles? He should have.
Jane Doe . . .
I Guess that’s a matter of what’s best for me and my blog.
First off I love these little Caramel Apple Tarts. But what really caught my eye was the slicer you were using! OMG I use the same one. My Mom gave me her’s. I love it! Mine is not a pretty as yours because it is old I will not say how old because it will really be telling my Mom’s age. Ha Ha! Thanks for aways sharing with us all. Great Blog!
I love mine too! My mom in law gave me one of hers.
I have the link to buying them in my Products I love link in the menu bar….for those who need one of their own!
I use the darn thing for everything.
what size is the skillet used?
These little square cast iron skillets are 5 1/2″ X 5 1/2″
Perfect size for individual desserts.
This was an amazing recipe. I received a lot of compliments. I just charred the bottom, even though I left it int he oven as required. Maybe next time I need to use a thicker cookie sheet. I managed to have 1 full tart between the 2 i made. thank you so much! I will definately make again with some adjustments to the tray.
In the picture above (where you have all the ingredients), is vanilla an ingredient? I’ve read the recipe a few times, you don’t use it…have I missed it?
I put vanilla in the glaze!
I made this the second time in a pyrex along with the parchment paper, and it turned out amazing! thank you for sharing all your yummy recipes.
I love the look of this easy apple pastry dessert! I am surprising my parents this upcoming Friday by driving down a whole day early, and this is the perfect dessert for the dinner that I am going to cook for them to welcome them home from work.