21.3.13

How to make... Apple tart


Today I'm going to show you how to make an apple tart. It's actually very easy. 

Ingredients for the base
  • 250g (8.8 oz) flour 
  • 125g (4.4 oz) sugar
  • 125g (4.4 oz) butter
  • baking powder
  • 2 eggs

Mix all the ingredients listed above.


Place the pastry into a cake form (or tart tin).


Cut two apples into thin slices and place them on top of the base.  

Ingredients for the filling
  • 2 eggs
  • 6 tablespoons cream
  • Powdered sugar

Mix these ingredients and pour over the pastry and apples. Bake for 45 minutes at 160 degrees C (320 degrees F).


Let the tart cool before serving.


Best enjoyed as an afternoon snack with a cup of coffee or tea...


... add whipped cream if you so fancy.

Here's a summary of all the ingredients needed: 
  • 250g (8.8 oz) flour 
  • 125g (4.4 oz) sugar
  • 125g (4.4 oz) butter
  • baking powder
  • 4 eggs
  • 2 apples
  • 6 TS cream
  • Powdered sugar 

73 comments

  1. Sound easy and looks amazing! I love apple pies and tarts!)

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  2. That looks delicious. I love all apple desserts!

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  3. I love a good classic apple tart & this definitely ticks the box!
    Happy Thursday Hun xoxo
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  4. I don´t like tartes that much but my mum made something really yummy and easy with apples I liked a lot. It was just apples cut in slices and then put in the oven with some sauce made of eggs, cream and sugar to keep the whole thing together (just in case you want to try that, too :D)
    xx
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  5. Thanks for showing this step by step and apple pies and tarts are so delicious. Great job

    xo from San Francisco
    ~Dale
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  6. OMG I'm definitely trying it at home! It looks yummy, yummy...!!!
    xoxo
    Patricia

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  7. That was easy! Looks so yummy. I will try this at home.

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  8. I'm so famished now, it is actually one of my fav cake! So delicious, congrats dear cause it looks perfect and delicious for sure!:) Have a good day and happy Spring! xo

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  9. I like it!!!

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  10. This looks, DIVINE! you Masterchef you ;D
    <3

    LIVE.IN.LOVE ✞

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  11. Love it - thank you for sharing the recipe! x

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  12. My goodness this looks amazing!

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

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  13. What type of apple is it best to use?

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  14. It looks delicious! Making apple tart is on my list of things to bake, so hopefully I'll get around to it and use the recipe you shared!

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  15. This is actually much easier to do than I thought, Im surprised! What is TS Cream pls? Looks so good :) I am preparing my next post on food, there are a couple of yummy desserts but no apple pie :) xx

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    1. Six tablespoons of cream. xo

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  16. Cooking is not my fav activity, but this looks great!:)

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  17. LOOKS SO YUMMY! It looks gorgeous, too! I'll have to try to make it one of these weekends.

    xxx
    Lady à la Mode

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  18. Mmm! So tasty!!!!!!!!!!
    Like it!!!!!
    Angela Donava
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  19. Oh my goodness. That looks delicious beyond belief. Thanks for sharing. You are truly a food artist. Culinary Genius.

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  20. super yummy!!

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  21. Your apple tart looks SOOOOOOOO YUMMMY like beyond delicious! I'm droolin' through my keyboard!
    kisses
    xoThe Beckerman Girls

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  22. That looks so delicious!! I just made apple pie last week and this post makes me want to make it again!

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  23. You did a great job :) xoxo ES
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  24. Hmmm ♥ Great recipe! That looks really delicious, x

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  25. wonderful blog, darling :)
    would you like to follow each other? ♥
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  26. OMG...this looks SO yummy! Love your blog :)

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  27. That looks delicious!! i need to get back into the habit of baking

    <3Chelsea Elizabeth

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  28. mmmm yummy <3 I love it!

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  29. I've never tried making my own pastry before, you have inspired me to try because your recipe seems simple enough and the end results look delicious!

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  30. yummy!
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  31. It looks like its worth trying it! it looks yummy and I love home-made tarts and cakes :) apple tart are my favorites, I had an apple struddle today :)
    xx,
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  32. It looks really nice!!!!
    We will try to do it,
    Love your blog, kisses

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  33. OMG thanks for sharing, I may make it someday ^^


    Emi x
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  34. generally I don't like cooked fruit, but I'm seriously thinking of trying that now!!\

    With Love From Hollywood,
    Kier
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  35. This looks so yyyyuuummmmyyy. I will try this tonight! Thanks for the tips :)

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  36. ayyyyy me encanta, q dulzura de look!!! besos guapa

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  37. ayyyy me equivoque evidentemente jjajajaja, esta tarta MEEEEE ENCANTA , es mi tarta favotita y ahora mismo te odio un pokititoooo jajja porque me muero de hambre y no tengo nada en el piso joooooo

    besos guapa

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  38. Yummady yum! The tart looks so good, definitely going to use this recipe! :)

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  39. you always make me in need to eat something like this <3
    it looks so delicious!
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  40. Yummy! Thanks for sharing :)

    xx

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  41. OHH it looks amazing and... tempting! I feel like baking one right now. Really enjoy this tutorial!

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  42. your apple tart is a piece of art! haha :p it's sooo gorgeous i'm drooling hehehe!

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  43. A great, easy, and incredibly delicious recipe! This would be great this weekend. xx Thanks for sharing. /Madison

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  44. oh!!
    It looks like its worth trying it!!
    awesome)))
    i think it is super yum))


    Angela Donava

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  45. mm, looks so tasty!

    xoxo
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    love, Yulia

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  46. Mmm this looks so good, and surprisingly easy too! I love that the filling is essentially custard, how delicious.

    xx Jenee C.
    {camo meets couture}

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  47. this looks delicious ! my grandmother had a very similar recipe called tarte mapie. but she used a lot more butter.
    but i will try your tarte for sure !!!!
    thanks for your sweet comments on my blog :) super appreciate hearing from you. xxx
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  48. That looks so delish...
    I wish I still have the time to bake.

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  49. Yummy ! I must try it :)

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  50. That looks delicious, Anouka! I'm going to save this recipe and give it a try sometime. We're coming into some cooler weather and would be the perfect Saturday at home afternoon tea. Your photos are lovely, too x

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  51. - Yummy ! I Want Eat It Hihi :)
    xx

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  52. I love your blog so much :)
    Would you like follow each other ?

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  53. Hello! This tart looks fantastic and I would love to try it!! Thanks for sharing! ... Can you just specify how much baking powder and how much powdered sugar is added? -Thanks again, Mary

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    1. Hi Mary, I use Dr. Oetker baking powder, it comes in small sachets and I use one (approx. 1 tablespoon). Powdered sugar that you add to the finished tarte can be as much as you like, 2-4 tablespoons for example. Best regards!

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