A Thanksgiving appetizer that’s as impressive as it is simple to make: apple butter and melted brie tart. You can use your favorite store-bought apple butter or if you’ve got the time, make my homemade (and extremely delicious) recipe. It’s slathered over puff pastry and then topped with slices of brie, fresh apple, bacon, and thyme. The tart gets baked until golden, cut into pieces, and served! Continue reading “Apple Butter and Melted Brie Tart”
A Christmas appetizer worth swooning over – pear & prosciutto ricotta tart with a rosemary honey butter sauce and pecans. The Prosciutto di Parma is the absolute star, pairing so well with the buttery pastry and sweet pears. I can’t think of a better combination of flavors and textures to start off a holiday meal on the very tastiest note! Continue reading “Pear & Prosciutto Ricotta Tart”
Buttery, flaky, slightly creamy, and very seasonal…exactly how I would describe this asparagus tart! I’m using store-bought puff pastry to keep this nice and easy. The tart is filled with a layer of creamy mascarpone cheese and fresh asparagus. Baked until golden and drizzled with a sweet honey mustard sauce. This is the perfect spring appetizer.
The last-minute Thanksgiving appetizer you absolutely need on your holiday table: maple squash tart with brown butter walnuts. It’s simple to make, yet so decadent. Everyone will love this.
Sharing an easy summer appetizer today – a grilled pepper tart with goat cheese & honey. It’s unique, yet so delicious…the perfect quick bite to start off any summer meal.
An irresistible salted chocolate coconut tart that is going to be perfect for all the upcoming spring celebrations! It’s a recipe that can be made in advance and just pulled out of the fridge before the big event. It’s sweet, decadent, and oh so chocolatey.
This impressive fall dessert is easier than you may think – salted honey & pistachio fig tarte tatin. It’s basically an upside down tart with caramelized figs, sweet honey, toasted pistachios, and flaky sea salt…made easy with store-bought puff pastry dough. It’s baked until golden, cut into slices, and served warm. It all comes together really fast and is such a special treat to serve up after a fall meal!