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Upside-Down Apple Tart

Upside-Down Apple Tart recipe
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With its caramelized apples and golden crust, this just might be the most beautiful fall dessert you'll ever serve. And, you have our word that it'll also be one of the ea...read more
time
prep:
10 min
total:
38 min
servings
total:
10 servings, one slice each
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posted:
10/14/2006
the page was open to the recipe and my husband said he wanted that for dessert when we had company coming in 2 days. It was simple and absolutely delicious. Our company loved it and said the recipe was a keeper. (if we don't like any part of a recipe it is thrown away, but not this one. BarbaraJean3
posted:
10/7/2006
So incredibly simple to make and the cool whip added just the right sweetness to the tartness of the apples.
posted:
10/5/2006
GREAT, ALSO TRY WITH ICE CREAM
posted:
10/3/2006
I love to cook NOT bake! but having 2 little kids in the house who happen to love apples and pies, I just have to do it! then I saw this recipe in my mail and I said to myself... i can do this, its easy. And sure it was. I took it to a friends dinner party and they all thought I was the BEST cook ever and it was the BEST apple tart, Most of all my kids adore me more! What can I say, it was great! THANKS!!!
posted:
9/28/2006
I thought this was the best apple pie-like recipe I've ever tried. Not so bad for you, while getting the what I like best of the pie anyway!
posted:
9/27/2006
My daughter made this last night. It was awesome!!! We ate it warm with apple carmel ice cream. My daughter said the hardest part was peeling and slicing the apples. We flipped it onto a plate and it looked very nice. I will definitely make this next time I have guests.
posted:
9/26/2006
Loved this recipe. I had no problems with it at all. I made mine in a 9" cake pan as I do not have a skillet that will go in the oven. I used Golden Delicious apples instead as I find them firmer and I prefer to bake with a tart apple. I liked that it didn't have too much pastry. I also added lemon juice and zest to the whip cream to add to the hint of lemon on the apples. This dessert disappeared fast!!!
posted:
9/25/2006
This recipe seemed so easy...but what a mess. The tart went from the oven to the trash. The gelatin never dissolved like the book said it should do and then the apples were one big mount of mush....I'll try it again but I can't say I have high hopes.
posted:
9/25/2006
I tried this recipe twice and both times it came out runny. The jello was just juice and it made a mess on my counter when I tried to plate it. The flavor was fine, but I won't make this again.
posted:
9/25/2006
While the flavor was yummy (loved the lemon gelatin with the apples and cinn) the end result looked less than appetizing. The apples were REALLY mushy and looked it, and the apples sat in a little bit of juice. The whole thing was flatter than it looks in the picture. Again, the taste is great but I would just make a pie instead.
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