Thursday, October 22, 2015

INA GARTEN'S FRENCH APPLE TART

I think I have too much time on my hands this week because I have been baking up a storm.  I saw Ina Garten's recipe on face book yesterday and went right to the kitchen.  We had a basket of apples that needed to be used for something.



This was the smaller of 2 tarts that I made. (larger one now in the freezer)  Ina's recipe called for using a large baking sheet but I used a 4 x 12 tart pan and an 8 x 10 tart pan.  These were the type with removable bottoms.






Click - Here is the recipe so you can make your own:
Ina uses a large baking sheet where as I made 2 using
 French Tart Pans!


We were supposed to get new windows today but rain is forecast so we shall see.  If this is canceled again we wait 1 1/2 more weeks.  The Lord is teaching me a lesson in patience!  Furniture and everything else is pulled away from every window in the house in a "holding pattern".  We will be waiting though - raining like crazy here!
Have a lovely weekend!
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13 comments:

janice15 said...

Funny, i was just saying I needed some tart pans but I don't know which brand to buy. There is a couple of tarts I want to make your apple tart looks great. And love the tea pot and cups. Happy Thursday with love Janice

Janneke said...

That rosy teapot looks amazing and the apple tart mouthwatering.

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Oh pretty and so yummy looking, B!

Thanks so much - have some Granny Smiths I need to use up soon. Hugs! ♥

FABBY'S LIVING said...

I have the removable one too and you're also making me head towards the kitchen, lol! Love your gorgeous setting and lovely teapot.
Thanks for sharing.
FABBY

FABBY'S LIVING said...

I went to look for this French Tart by Ina Garten and couldn't find it made in the removable bottom one as yours.
FABBY

Lynn Bean said...

This is beautiful! Your tart and the teapot and teacup are look so yummy! Have a wonderful weekend. Lynn

Marilyn Miller said...

The apple tart looks absolutely delicious.

tealady said...

The apple tarts look so good I could almost taste it. Found your blog today and you have gained a new fan. Lovely site.

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

I like the idea of two smaller tarts, Bernideen, and the one looks so yummy!
I hope your windows come soon. Yes, God is teaching you patience, my friend!

June said...

YUM, YUM, YUM! Your tart is as beautiful as your lovely table setting! I always love to be out in your garden.

You mentioned in your last comment to me that you couldn't believe it still looked like this in Utah. I actually live in Idaho, but our climates are similar even though Utah is south of us. It looks very fall like now though :)
hugs...

Linda @ Friendship Tea said...

I believe your tart pans were perfect for this yummy recipe.

Angela McRae said...

I have made a tart before but never a rectangular one. Yours looks absolutely perfect!

The Charm of Home said...

That tart is beautiful! Thanks for joining Home Sweet Home!