Rustic French Apple Tarte

Image Credit: Meghan Hawes

There is nothing that I love more in the Fall than anything having to do with apples. They’re crisp, crunchy, in season and readily available. The French Apple Tarte is the perfect recipe to make during the Fall to represent the apples that are in season. Not to mention that it’ll add the most delicious smell to your kitchen!

I found this recipe while perusing through one of Ina Garten’s new cookbooks. It so happens that this recipe was what she was making on the cover of the cook book too. The recipe seemed easy enough for me since I had just started to really learn how to bake when I made this. Luckily, this was one of the easier things I learned how to bake. Ina made it very easy with her recipe and it was a recipe that would come out great even if you screwed something up like rolling out the dough wrong! I always had my fear of making my own dough.. I bet a lot of people do! Rolling it out is always hard for me because it always ends up breaking in a spot. As my mom says though, it takes practice and practice makes perfect!

I really enjoyed this recipe and I hope that you do too! A perfect fall recipe.

French Apple Tarte (Adapted from Ina Garten)

Image Credit: Jody Hawes

Image Credit: Meghan Hawes

Image Credit: Meghan Hawes

Image Credit: Meghan Hawes

Image Credit: Meghan Hawes

Image Credit: Meghan Hawes

Image Credit: Meghan Hawes

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