Celebrate fall in style with this decadent apple tart! A french style treat…
Call your buddy ⇒ this recipe makes 2 healthy mini-pies!
Fall screams for apples and so do I! APPLES! It’s time to opt for a high-fiber, whole-grain tart with some sliced apples and CINNAMON!
A few weeks ago, I spent some days on my grandparents house in the north of Portugal. They have a big orchard full of vegetables and fruit . Ever since I was a little girl I’ve loved picking fruit directly from the trees. It sounds something really simple but back then I though it was the most unique and magical thing ever (even now I still do!). The trees were always loaded and you could see all sorts of apples from Fuji to Granny Smith and many others! This time when I was there, I came up with this apple tart and I just want to make sure that you give it your undivided attention. It can be made with every variety of apples but I’ve used Gala. It’s really sweet and has a rosy colour. I could live on its perfume…totally Fall!
This incredible tart is made with sunflower seed butter, which is one of my favourite butters, and a bit of rye flour! It sounds like an odd combination but it works perfectly adding a crispy crust to the table! I also used stevia to save some calories and to give the tart a sweet aftertaste (if you don’t have stevia, feel free to use muscovado sugar or coconut sugar).
If you haven’t tried any recipe with sunflower seed butter try my Sunflower Butter Krispies. They are delicious and super-chewy!
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- 1cup of sunflower butter
- 1/3 cup of rye flour
- 1 tablespoon of stevia
- 4 tablespoons of lemon juice
- 1/4 cup of milk
- 3 tablespoons of water
- 2 apples (I've used Gala)
- Extra:stevia, vanilla extract or honey/maple syrup
- Preheat oven to 180º (350F).
- Mix all the ingredients in a bowl (use a fork or your hands) and form a ball.
- Press the dough onto the base and sides of the prepared pan. Set aside.
- Cut the apples in fine slices and add a bit of lemon and cinnamon. Place on low-heat for 10-12 min until soften and spoon the tart filling into the prepared pan. Bake for 15-18 min until the crust is crispy and the apples are golden brown!
- Leave to cool and sprinkle a little bit of cinnamon and honey!