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Freestyle Fruit Tart

Freestyle Fruit Tart recipe
photo by:kraft
Made peach and plum. Halfed the sugar and still yummy and sweet!
posted by
suiteums
on 8/27/2012
time
prep:
15 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
6/20/2007
I made this recipe twice. One right after the other I thought it was so great. I am not a cream chesse person, but you couldn't even taste it.
posted:
6/19/2007
This was simple yet divine. It also makes enough for a family. I used peaches & blueberries. Oh so good1
posted:
6/12/2007
Have made this twice using frozen peaches and fresh strawberries. It is so easy yet looks time consuming. I think I will try adding a little vanilla to the creamcheese. Only lasts 2 days at our house. Can't wait to try other friut!
posted:
6/11/2007
I made this recipe with Rhubarb and Raspberry Jam. I used 3 cups of cut up rhubarb and a quarter cup of the jam. It would also be great with fresh raspberries when they're done. Be sure to include extra flour when using rhubarb and of course 3/4 cup of sugar. I let the rhubarb stand awhile while getting the rest ready. My husband ate over half of this himself, while it was still warm.
posted:
6/11/2007
I made this with 1 can of peaches and fresh strawberries. I had a piece while it was warm with cool whip, so good. The only problem I have with this is I ate the whole thing over the weekend. It is so pretty when it comes out of the oven. What a yummy recipe. Thanks
posted:
6/10/2007
I've made this tart twice already, once with fresh plums and peaches, once with canned peaches and frozen blueberries. Each was tasty, but the main thing this recipe has going for it is its simplicity. I also like the rustic appearance achieved from folding over the crust – looks like you did a lot of work when you hardly did any at all! I'd like to continue experimenting with different fruits to see what others would be good. I think apples and pears would be delicious with the cream cheese. And if I’m in a real hurry, I’ll just toss in a can of prepared pie filling – like I said, simplicity is the key here.
posted:
6/8/2007
Is deliciouys. Did make it with plumbs but will definately try other fruit. Easy and looks like you spent a lot of time on it. Thanks
posted:
6/5/2007
I loved this recipe! Very easy and looks like you put a lot of effort into it! I made it with fresh strawberries and low fat cream cheese and it tasted great!
posted:
6/1/2007
I used peaches and it is so good. Everyone loved it and it's very simple to make. I haven't made it with plums because it was suce a hit made with peaches.
posted:
5/30/2007
This recipe is okay; however, next time I will not use plums. The plums tasted very bitter, even though I added sugar and they were ripe plums. I will try this again, but with a different fruit.
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