Subtle citrus notes in this dark-chocolate tart come from pink grapefruit and blood orange zest. Jasmine tea-infused cream adds an exotic touch.
This upside-down tart, also know in French as tart Tatin, is filled with golden apples covered in a deep caramel that sit atop a flaky, buttery crust.
Though not as sweet as most, this Southern pecan pie is still traditional through and through.
The secret to this classic? Could be the two types of apples, one tart and one sweet. Then again, the uber buttery pie crust ain’t bad, either.
Essentially an Italian tart, this crostata is made with a butter crust and is filled to overflowing with apricot-glazed Granny Smith apples.
For this tart, a shortbread cookie crust cradles a sweet sour-cream custard and peach slices. A trip to the oven makes everything irresistibly golden.
An Oreo cookie crust is filled with a rich custard made from bittersweet and semisweet chocolate. Vanilla-infused whipped cream is crowned high on top.
This tart is citrus-packed. Thin-skinned oranges are arranged in a flower pattern in a buttery crust that’s brushed with orange marmalade then baked until soft.
Almonds and fragrant frangipane and purplish wine-stained cherries and puff pastry. Sounds terrible, eh?
Squares of delicate, crisp puff pastry are filled with strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries and topped with a creamy orange custard sauce.
A flakey crust cradles silky lemon curd with a surprise: A layer of chocolate slathered underneath.
Thin slices of Golden Delicious apples are spiraled in a buttery, free-form tart for a quick and easy dessert for family and friends.
This tart is a nice alternative to apple pie, and it makes a great dessert for a dinner party. Serve it with vanilla ice cream and perhaps some caramel sauce.
The melding of Mexican flavors—chocolate, cinnamon, and coffee—is something, once experienced, that you just can’t get outta your mind.
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