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Apple-Caramel Sundae Tart

Apple-Caramel Sundae Tart recipe
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What could be better than a beautiful dessert that tastes like caramel apples? A ready-made crust and apple pie filling make it a cinch.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
4 hr 30 min
servings
total:
10 servings
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posted:
1/25/2008
Very simple and very delicious! Just keep in mind the freeze time so you can made it early enough.
posted:
11/4/2007
Great! We had a bake off at work won second place. I tweeked the recipe a little and added cream cheese to it. WOW, taste like a real cheese cake from a bakery.
posted:
10/8/2007
I liked the topping, but the pie needed a little more flavor for me.
posted:
10/4/2007
It is better for a group rather than something to enjoy day after day, and it took 1st place in a pie contest today! Thanks!
posted:
9/15/2007
This was divine! I definitely agree with some other commenters, if you can't eat this in one setting, add the apples as you go.
posted:
2/4/2007
This is very good, but you need enough people to finish it off during the first serving. I kept throwing it back in the freezer. Took us about 3 days to finish. That worked but it was really hard at times. aAso I left the apples off and only added them with to each slice as I served it. I even warmed the apples a bit. That was really good.
posted:
2/3/2007
I've made this twice now and it was one of the best desserts I've had both times! The only thing I'd recommend is that, based on other reviews, I used caramel sundae topping instead of melting caramels. I'm sure this makes it a lot less messy in preparation also. This tart is also best served at times when you have enough people present to eat it all in one sitting. After being in the refrigerator for a short time, the pie gets pretty "melty" and messy - still tastes great though! I suppose you could try refreezing it also.
posted:
1/31/2007
This is such a good dessert. The only thing I would correct was the hardened caramel and I would use real apples. The canned apples was too sweet for me.
posted:
1/13/2007
has anyone tried vanilla icecream instead of pudding?
posted:
12/13/2006
i agree about the freezing situation, and a caramel topping would be better, and save a little time as well, other than that the pie tasted great!
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