Easy Apple Tart Recipe
Looking for a light and semi-easy apple recipe? This apple tart recipe is for you. Made with a premade pie crust, it went together quickly.
Apple tarts are similar to apple pies, but they are flat and require less apples. The apples are cut thin (to bake quickly). We used a mandolin to cut the apples evenly. You can also use pie filling.
This tart can be served with a scoop of your favorite ice cream, whipped cream or by itself.
Wanna make this apple tart even quicker? Use a can of your favorite canned apple pie filling.
1 refrigerated pie crust (at room temperature)
1 large granny smith apple (or 2 small apples), peeled, cored and halved.
1/4 cup sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
2 Tablespoons flour
Preheat the oven to 425 degrees
Place a silicone mat on a cookie sheet and then roll out the dough into an oblong circle onto the mat.
Take the Mandolin and set it to 2, locking the triangle knob.
Take an apple and secure it to the guide and slice it.
In a bowl, mix the sugar, cinnamon-vanilla and flour together.
Add the apple slices into the bowl and coat completely.
Top the pie crust in the middle, about 2 inches from the edge, with the apple slices, overlapping.
Fold up outer edges of crust around the apples.
You can sprinkle the edges of the crust with white sugar.
Bake 20-25 minutes until apples are tender and crust is golden brown.
Serve your apple tart warm or at room temperature. Add ice cream, whipped cream for an additional yum factor.