Welcome to #FreshTasyValentines!
This week filled this space with fresh and tasty recipes- perfect to share with your valentine and today is our final day! Don't forget to check out the prize package below and enter!
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I decided that I needed to end the week with a dessert. Apples are a favorite of mine and I am loving all seasonal citrus this time of year- especially the Meyer Lemon. I decided that combining the two to make a tart would be a perfect end to my weeks sharing #FreshTastyValentines recipes with all of you.
generously sent me 3 of their delicious apples, an apple corer and a tote bag. Envy Apple uses natural plant-breeding, non-GMO methods and crosses Braeburn with Royal Gala apples. The company started in New Zealand and has expanded to Washington State. The apples are amazing and I was lucky that my 3 year old didn't snag them before I had a change to make my tart!
KitchenIQ generously sent me a BetterZester and Strawberry Tool. I used the zester for this recipe and the zester is wonderful and has a slightly curved design and a bonus container for easy zest removal. I used seasonal Meyer Lemons for my tart because I love the combo of citrus and apples together.
This tart is so quick and easy! The flavors are crisp and sweet from the apple and a bit tart from them lemon. I really like having a lighter dessert and this is a perfect end of the meal for me.... if you wanted a little more richness a scoop pf vanilla ice cream wouldn't hurt!
I want to thanks Camilla one more time for all her hard work. I have done a few of these recipes challenges with Camilla and you would not believe all the work she does to get these up and running! I also want to thank all of our sponsors again. They are so generous to us and provide such wonderful products to share with all of you.
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1 piece frozen puff pastry, cut into 3 pieces and thawed
2 apples, cored and thinly sliced
Juice from 1 meyer lemon (2 Tbl)
2 Tbl brown sugar
zest from 1/2 meyer lemon
1 egg beaten
Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
Whisk together lemon juice, and brown sugar. Brush the lemon mixture over the puff pastry. Layer the thinly sliced apples on the puff pastry.
Combine raw sugar and zest and mix so it is well combined. Sprinkle over the apples.
Brush exposed pastry edges with egg wash and place tarts on the baking sheet. Bake 13-17 minutes or until pastry is golden and underside is completely cooked. Remove from baking sheet, slice and serve.