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Free-Form Harvest Apple Tart

Free-Form Harvest Apple Tart recipe
photo by:kraft
It must be the crisp air of the orchard that makes us want to mold a rustic, fresh fruit tart by hand. This one sports lemony cream cheese along with crisp apples.
20 min
1 hr 55 min
8 servings
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This is a must try recipe. Everyone at home liked it.
I made this with some substitutions and it turned out pretty well. I used wheat flour instead of white flour. I used 1/4 cup of raw sugar with the cream cheese mixture and 1/4 cup of raw sugar with the apple mixture. And, I substituted 2 tsp. wheat flour for 1 tsp. corn starch. All else was the same, oh except I used peeled Rome apples. It was very good!
A good recipe and easier than I thought. Take other reviews advice - add tbsp of water when making crust, use a little less than the whole box of gelatin, pinch the corners before baking, and brush crust with slightly beaten egg and sprinkle with sugar for a golden crust. I'll use a little more cream cheese next time for the filling to avoid being a little dry. Held up well for 6 days refrigerated, wrapped in press and seal and foil, and in tupperware. Try heating in oven before serving for a warm comfort food. :)
This was a nice way to use up some apples I had sitting around. I would have to say the best part was the crust. So good!
Worked out nicely, tasted good, looked perfect. It got moldy very quickly, however. I suggest refrigerating it.
This recipe is a nice change. The crust is really good. Mine didnt look as pretty as the picture but was still unique looking. Remember that this is a tart. I would not make this often but for something different i would try it again.
I haven't baked an apple dessert in a long time. I loved the sound of this one, so I tried it last night. Although I peeled my apples because I misread the directions, it still turned out well. I had difficulty rolling out the dough, as other stated and I used too many apples, so some were discarded. It took me longer to make than it probably should have, but I loved the result. It looked very professionally baked! I probably should have did the egg wash on the crust with additional sugar as well. Next time! I also liked someone's suggestion of using peach jello instead of lemon, I will also give that a try as I like peach more than lemon. Thank for the suggestion! This one is a keeper and will probably make it for Thanksgiving this year.
Made this for our Tailgate party last night with the neighbors...a hit all around! Added a touch more flour (might try whole wheat next time). Variations on the jello might be interesting, too. Very easy to make!
I served warm with cool whip and it was yummy!
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