I love tarts and pastries and especially those made with puff pastry. This apple tart puff pastry is so incredible and quite delicious.
Puff pastry is used in so many awesome desserts whether you make a cheese danish or apple roses and a number of other treats. You can make it from scratch or buy it pre-made. This apple tart recipe uses a pre-made puff pastry and is so easy to make. If I can do it, you can do it. Let’s get baking!
Step 1: Gather the ingredients
In order to make this yummy apple tart you need the following ingredients:
- Puff pastry -- You can make them at home from scratch or buy pre-made ones at the supermarket.
- Apples -- I generally use a nice tart apple like Granny Smith.
- White granulated sugar
- Butter -- Unsalted or salted butter
- Powdered sugar
Step 2: How to make an Apple Tart pastry
Begin by preheating the oven to 400 F/205 C. Wash and dry your apples and then peel them. Core them and then slice them into very thin slices between 1/8th of an inch and 1/16th of an inch. Although you can really make them as thick as you want.
Step 3: Prepping the puff pastry
Unroll the puff pastry and place it on a large sheet pan lined with parchment paper or a silicone mat. Use a knife and score the puff pastry on inch in from the edge and go around the whole pastry. Don’t cut all the way through the pastry. Scoring it will allow the pastry to puff up around the apples, giving it a really cool look.
Step 4: Add the apples
Arrange the apple slices slightly overlapping them.
After you have arranged the apple slices on the puff pastry, sprinkle the top with white granulated sugar and cinnamon. Then cut up the butter into chunks and place them evenly on the apple tart.
Step 5: Bake the apple tart
Place the apple tart into the oven and bake it for 25 minutes. After 25 minutes remove the tart from the oven. Heat the oven for a few seconds which will thin it out, and then baste the top of the apples with the honey. Instead of honey you can use marmalade or other jelly.
Add the tart back into the oven and allow it to bake for 5 more minutes. Once it comes out of the oven allow it to cool for a few minutes before serving.
Step 6: Cut and serve the apple tart
After the tart cools dust the top of it with powdered sugar and then slice it into whatever sized portions that you want. Enjoy!
How long does the apple tart last?
While the tart is best the same day, you can cover it with plastic wrap or place in an airtight container, and store in the fridge for a few days.
Apple Tart Pastry
- baking sheet
- Parchment Paper or Silicon Baking Mat
- Basting brush
- Cutting board
- Apple Peeler/Corer
- 1 puff pastry Find them at Walmart, etc.
- 2 to 3 apples cored and peeled
- 3 to 4 Tbsp. white granulated sugar 45 to 60g
- 3 to 4 Tbsp. butter cubed (45 to 60g)
- 1/4 cup of honey 85g
- Powdered Sugar for dusting, optional
- Cinnamon for dusting, optional
- Preheat the oven to 400 F/205 C. 30 minutes before you want to use it, remove the puff pastry from the freezer. Or make homemade puff pastry.
- Unroll the puff pastry onto a sheet pan lined with parchment paper or a silicone mat. Take a knife and score the puff pastry 1 inch from the edge all around the pastry. don't cut all the way through the pastry.
- Wash, dry, peel, and core the apples. Then cut them in half and slice them thinly. Place the slices of apples in three rows, slightly overlapping each other.
- Sprinkle the top of the apples with the cinnamon and sugar. Then cut up the butter into chunks and add them to the top as well.
- Bake the apple tart for 25 minutes. Remove it from the oven and then heat up a bit of honey or marmalade/jelly and then baste it on the top of the apples. Place the apple tart back in the oven and bake for another 5 minutes.
- After the tart is done baking allow it to cool for a few minutes and then top with powdered sugar. Slice and serve. Enjoy!
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