dinsdag 9 juni 2009

TWD: Parisian Apple Tartlet (updated)

Just woke up on the other side of the world, feeling perfect despite the time difference!! Yes my friends, I'm in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada and loving it!! I can't say I'm loving the Parisian Apple Tartlet as I haven't gotten around to making it yet. The Parisian Apple Tart was picked by Jessica of My Baking Heart, go here for the recipe!!

After returning from my weekend at Disneyland Paris my last days at work were quite hectic, I was recovering from that terrible sick day in Paris and had to visit some birthdays and do some packing: so no time to make today's Parisian Apple Tartlet for Tuesdays with Dorie.

Maybe I'll get around to making it today as we have nog plans apart from planning my stay....
So go on and check out what my fellow TWD-ers thought of the Parisian Apple Tartlet here!

Update: Lisa and I had a friend over for dinner, Kim.

The three of us loved the Parisian Apple Tarlets. I actually made 6: 3 with a Golden Delicious apple and 3 with a Red Delicious apple. I added some cinnamon to the apples, 'cause I simply couldn't resist.... Me being the cinnamon-lover that I am!

What's there not to love about these tartlets? They are easy to prepare, you only need 4 ingredients! Okay, so I used 5 ingredients because I added cinnamon, but still....
And it just needs assembling, so no hard work of any kind!!

One tiny detail: my tartlets needed about 8 minutes longer than the 25 minutes stated in the recipe...
I paired the warm tartlets with next weeks Honey-Peach Ice Cream.
So here's a little teaser.... Doesn't that ice cream look nice and creamy?

20 opmerkingen:

Amanda zei

Hop you are enjoying your trip!

Marie zei

Ohh Marthe, you are in one of my favourite parts of the world! Make sure you visit St Jacob's and also there is a restaurant out there called Anna Mae's. The food is delicious!

HoneyB zei

Yeah! Enjoy your trip!

Peggy zei

Enjoy your trip. But please make this tartlet when you return. It is fabulous!! And we want details of your trip, too.

Clivia zei

Welcome to Canada! Are you coming to Toronto? We should have a party.

Jamie zei

Marthe- Enjoy your stay!

chocolatechic zei

I hope you are having fun.

I can't wait to see your tarts.

Leslie zei

I'm glad you're feeling better and enjoying Waterloo! Hopefully, you'll get the chance to make this soon because it's a cinch.

Pamela zei

Glad you are feeling better. Have a wonderful vacation!

lasinthekitchen zei

You are quite the international baker! Those Parisian Apple Tartlets look delicious! I added cinnamon (and nutmeg) to mine too! And you already made the ice cream for next week! =)

PheMom zei

Have a great trip! Your little tarts all look great - and thanks for the ice cream teaser!

margot zei

They look lovely and now I really can't wait to try the peach ice cream! Enjoy your vacation.

Jess zei

Nice job on the tartlets! I have also made the honey-peach ice cream and I think it would have been great with these.

Jessica zei

Those look delicious! I love the added cinnamon with the apples -- it's such a great combination. And, That picture of the tartlet with the ice cream looks so good.
Have a great trip and a wonderful time with your friends!

Maria zei

Love the tartlets. Enjoy your trip!

Hornedfroggy zei

I'm so glad you got to make these - they're beautiful! Thanks for baking along with me! :)

Carol Peterman zei

You didn't make Mickey shaped tartlets? It looks like it was a fun trip and this is the perfect recipe for a busy week. I just bought the peaches for my ice cream and am heading home on the bus with them.

CB zei

What a great idea adding the cinnamon! Totally doing that next time! PS. Love seeing all the Disneyland pictures :)

Shandy zei

Your trip sounds like so much fun! I used cinnamon too because, like you, I love it! Beautiful tartlets =).

Parita zei

Hi Marthe, I made your Parisian Apple Tarts for T&C and loved them, I have posted the same on my blog, thanks and have a wonderful weekend!