Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Tuesdays with Dorie- Parisian Apple Tartlet

So how in the world is June 9th already upon us? Time is moving so quickly, and I have very little of it this month... free time that is. That said I opted to do this recipe, even tho I knew I wasn't going to be able to make it gluten free. GASP... But knowing that I only will be free to do a couple of the TWD recipes this month, given my schedule, I had to make a go of it.


Jessica, of My Baking Heart, chose this ridiculously easy delicious treat. (*YES, I tried it .. don't judge, ok? 99.999% of the time I am so very disciplined about eating GF. But I had an "opps", as it just smelled so good! I know... someone with Celiacs disease should never eat gluten, luckily I can get away with a small cheat and not have any symptoms. Please don't mention it to my doc.. cool? thanks! ;-) ) I used Jazz apples which baked up wonderfully, perfectly tart and moist, along with the fall back of Pepperidge Farm Puff Pastry. (again, I am short on time so had to be done). This would be a terrific dish to serve at a dinner party, and even better with some vanilla ice cream. I loved it... Now all I gotta do is figure out how to make puff pastry gf and I will be set. Please visit Jessica's delightful blog for the recipe, you will not be disappointed!

14 comments:

Kim said...

Looks delicious. Glad you got a chance to make it and try it.

Lynne said...

Oh, I love jazz apples. But I'm telling your doctor anyway... :-)

Hornedfroggy said...

Thanks so much for baking with me this week! I'm sorry it wasn't GF-friendly, but the photo is gorgeous!! :)

Anonymous said...

YAY, you're back carolyn!
i missed you :)
i didn't get around to TWD this week so i'll just drool over yours.
-erin
glutenfreewithapurpose

vibi said...

This kinda stuff must be sooo hard to resist (I won't tell, I promise) I lift my hat to you, and sympathise very much. What will you have.

On top of it... they are pretty marvelous looking, even herder not to... !!!

jillbert said...

Your tartlet looks so pretty on that plate. I won't tell your doctor - how could you resist a taste of this?

Peggy said...

I'm telling you a few of these babies and I am in heaven. Loved them. Yours look great.

Pamela said...

I'm glad you took a bite of this little thing! Hope it didn't have any adverse effects on you, though! It looks wonderful!

Tracey said...

Your tart is gorgeous! I won't hold it against you that you tried a bite - there's no way I would have been able to resist :)

Cakelaw said...

You did a great job. If you had to choose one recipe this month, this was a good one, even if not GF.

lasinthekitchen said...

Wow, your Parisian Apple Tartlet looks soo pretty! I love all of the layers you can see in the puff pastry! Sorry it wasn't GF and hope it didn't hurt you any by taking a small taste!

pinkstripes said...

I'm going to have to go back and make this one. It sounds soooo delicious.

ceilithe said...

Oh man, wish I could get away with a taste of that gorgeous Parisian apple tartlet -- especially since I'll be in Paris later this month!!!
Love your blog :)

Christine said...

wow it looks really delicious. i'm looking for apple tart recipes and i saw your blog. I love how it looks.