Easy to Make Apple – Blackberry Tart
PUBLISHED ON: 01.04.2013
I am partial to fruit cobblers, tarts, and crumbles. Crust and the topping are my weaknesses. If it is warm, it will bring me to my knees.
This is a simple tart using store bought puff pastry and fresh or frozen fruit. You could use almost any combination of fruit to make this happen.
Whip up fresh cream and you can serve it up to friends as dessert, or just stand over the sink and enjoy it. I am known to do that frequently.
Apple- Blackberry Tart
Recipe from Everyday Food
1 sheet frozen puff pastry, thawed
2 tablespoons all-purpose flour, plus more for parchment
3/4 cup (4-ounces) fresh or frozen blackberries (or other berries)
1/4 cup sugar, plus more for sprinkling
2 teaspoons lemon juice
1/4 teaspoon fine salt
2 small firm apples peeled, cored and cut into 1/2-inch slices
1 large egg white, lightly beaten
1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Place puff pastry on a lightly floured parchment-lined baking sheet and gently stretch into a 9-1/2 inch square. With a paring knife, score pastry 3/4-inch from edges, creating a border. Freeze 10 minutes.
2. Stir together blackberries, sugar, lemon juice, flour and salt. Lightly mash some berries to release juices and let stand 5 minutes. Very gently stir in apples. Spread evenly within border of pastry. Brush border with egg white and sprinkle with sugar.
3. Bake 15 minutes. Reduce temperature to 375 Degrees F and bake until juices are bubbling and crust is a deep golden brown, about 30 minutes more (tent crust with foil if over browning). Dip a pastry brush in juices and glaze fruit. Let cool 15 minutes before serving (or let sit at room temperature, up to 8 hours).
Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen
Looks delicious Velva and I love the combination of apples and blackberries. What did we do before puff pastry? Have a great weekend.Sam
I have always wanted to make a tart with puff pasty; great combination Velva.
I love simple fruit desserts like this too, Velva. 🙂 I've been making crumble like a mad woman this month. SO delicious. 🙂 Love this tart!
I like that this doesn't use a ton of sugarPretty
Simply delicious! blackberry and apple is such a wonderful combination – in England we would always go and pick the blackberries from the hedgerows! Such a scrumptious looking photo!!mary x
I'd love to pour a little cream over a piece of that… yum!
SavoringTime in the Kitchen
Gorgeous tart, Velva. I would be very happy eating a big slice of it warm also!
I would love a piece of that right now. Blackberries are one of my favorite things to eat! Top that with some vanilla ice cream and I'm in heaven 🙂 Have a great weekend!
I love warm baked goods on these wintery nights.
Magic of Spice
A puff pastry tar, how wonderful! Looks warm and cozy :)Happy New Year!
I too love sweet fruity treats. Your tart looks marvelous.Happy weekend!Angie
I have two packs of puff pastry in the freezer right now. I might make something like this and then drizzle some of my home made mixed berry syrup over it. Great idea!
Puff pastry is definitely the way to go…looks fancy, tastes good and it's already made for you!
Fruit as dessert? My weakness. Because of the fruit I call it health food. Yum!
Delicious! I wish I could have a slice of that right now – yum!!!
I adore the sharpness of blackberries and they are perfect with apples. This is definitely a tart I crave… gorgeous.
T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types
I am a big fan of tarts using puff pastry – Everyday Food has such a great selection of sweet and savory tarts, and they always come out perfect! Happy New Year, Velva!
Gosh that's pretty, Velva! Don't you love the easiness of frozen puff pastry? I've never made too many dishes with blackberries but in combination with apples, we'd love it.
Miss Meat and Potatoes
Totally with you on the warm and bringing you to your knees. I still have a whole package of puff pastry leftover from the holidays. Hmm… It must be fate!
Simply delicious! Another great recipe from here, looking forward for more. 😀 Got my eye on your next posts.
How gorgeous! I am a big fan of fruit desserts! The puff pastry makes it extra special.
A SPICY PERSPECTIVE
Mmm, that would have made a great breakfast!
Rosa's Yummy Yums
What a wonderful tart and combination!Best wishes for 2013.Cheers,Rosa
oh that looks scrumptious- its the first word that came to my mind. I love berries with good old sugar on them and yet i have never tried them with apples? Must make with a few variations- you'll know what im talking about when you see my post today. I have got to go Gluten Free:(
What a way to start my blogging week, with such yummy recipe! I love berries, so thank you for sharing and thank you for your sweet and kind visit. Have a terrific week.FABBY
Karen (Back Road Journal)
Look at the beautiful color of your tart…it must have been delicious.
I love this tart look absolutely delicious!
oooh this looks incredible! YUM!