Peel apples and cut them in half through the stem. Remove the core. Slice thinly using a knife or mandolin slicer. Heat Sea Salt Caramel Sauce in small saucepan or microwave until it is pourable, but not hot. Gently brush Sea Salt Caramel Sauce over the apples. Combine sugar and cinnamon and sprinkle over tarts.
Dot with butter. Bake minutes or until the pastry is golden brown and puffed and the apples are tender. Drizzle with additional Sea Salt Caramel Sauce and cut into squares. Serve with sweetened whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. Yes please! These sound and look so delicious, Demeter! Something about making them no-bake gave me a little too much joy. Thanks so much, Marsha! Well this post is totally bringing ALL the feel good Vibes!! And I think you know how much I need those good, cozy, lovely vibrations in my life right now. I really should have taken 5 minutes out of my extremely crappy day yesterday to visit you here, because you ALWAYS bring a smile to my face, D to the Meter!!
You summed up fall rather perfectly, minus that pumpkin mention of course hahahaha! But I have been adding apples to ALL the things! I made something similar for the blog coming up, but now I feel totally inadequate compared to these lil cuties!! Love the caramel, pecans and of course all that sweet apple flavor!!
I could eat these on the regular for sure! Plus no bake is always winning! Cheers, my lil muffin! Thanks for being you and thanks for always sharing the YUM! Aw, I'm so happy to hear that. Oh, you and pumpkin! I can't wait to see ALL of your apple things!! Thank you for being utterly amazing. Oh my goodness, these tarts are beautiful. What more can I say? Have a great weekend. I better go apple picking! Yeah, she is!
You are the best! I totally love thinking of fall as a new beginning. I think because back when we were in school it was a new year with new clothes and fresh notebooks and all that. I usually resist fall as long as I can, but I also love it so much. The weather is cooling down just a bit here, but It is still that nice transitional period between summer and fall.
AND I can deal with fall if it means I get these caramel apple tartlets, how delicious!! YOU are the best! She makes us all better in every way! I've only in more recent years come to appreciate the apple caramel combo, but boy…. I love that your mom is your best friend. These look perfect for a Thanksgiving day gathering or actually anytime. Holiday as a verb and peanut butter as a fall flavor—I just learned so many new and exciting things! Thanks for pointing that out. And double…no triple!! Because caramel apples and peanut butter apples are both my jam so now we can all 5 jam together you, me, apple, caramel, pb—yep just making sure I counted correctly!
Mmm yes, I am feeling more and more ready to autumn and holiday now!
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Apples and PB totally make loads of sense! Sneak that ice cream and sneak it proudly! Thanks, Nat. Your mom sounds so awesome and I love that you focus on family and not material things with the holidays. Thanks for reinforcing that for us with your blog and your recipes! What could be better than quality time with family and friends? I love anything apple probably just as much as pumpkin.
I bought 4 cans of pumpkin this morning because they were on sale. Can we say obsessed?
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I think it was the cooler morning weather. It was only 75 this morning in Phoenix which is cold for here. Fall is almost here and I am so ready for anything less than degrees! Especially seeing that crust and date caramel filling only use dates as a sweetener! And you — why you are one heck of an awesome daughter to appreciate all that your mom did and try to do for her in return.
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Oh no… alright, I hope the hot weather lasts for you! My mom is simply amazing, Shashi.
I hope that you get to meet her one day. Your friendship means so much to me. You make it impossible… Impossible to leave without a chuckle or two or ten after reading your post! Dying over here! You slay me, lady!! Have a lovely weekend, sweets!
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Have a great weekend! I used four medium apples that I cut into eighths. I also tossed them with a bit of lemon, since I used sweeter apples. I made this for a quick weeknight dessert, and it was great. Easy to prepare and an awesome presentation. I garnished it peanuts for a little texture.
I agree with the previous reviews This is definitely going to become a fall favorite. Cancel Print. Here's a grown-up spin on the caramel apple — in tart form. Add to collection. Add to menu. Yield Makes 8 servings. Preparation For caramel sauce: Bring sugar, cream, and butter to boil in heavy medium saucepan over medium-high heat, whisking constantly until sugar dissolves.
Boil until caramel thickens enough to coat spoon thickly, whisking often, about 10 minutes. Cover; chill. Whisk over low heat until warm before using. For crust: Blend flour, powdered sugar, and salt in processor. Add butter and blend until coarse meal forms. Add egg yolks. Pulse until moist clumps form. Gather dough into ball; flatten into disk. Wrap and chill at least 1 hour.
Keep chilled. For filling: Whisk first 4 ingredients in large bowl to blend. Add apples and toss until evenly coated. Roll out dough on lightly floured surface to inch round. Transfer to 9-inch-diameter tart pan with removable bottom.