Traditional apple pie got a make-over! Apple pie cups with cinnamon streusel topping from Roxanashomebaking.com

Apple pie cups with cinnamon streusel topping

Traditional apple pie got a make-over! Apple pie cups with cinnamon streusel topping from Roxanashomebaking.com

In a pie, the filling is the hero. In a tart however, it’s all about the crust! Our rustic peach tart recipe is outstanding any way you slice it!

Rustic Peach Tart

In a pie, the filling is the hero. In a tart however, it’s all about the crust! Our rustic peach tart recipe is outstanding any way you slice it!

Rustic Apple Tart|! I made this and it turned out so perfect!  One variation I made it with fresh apple, not canned apples, that's why it soooo good!  Just use your favorite apple pie filling recipe.

Rustic Apple Tart

Rustic Apple Tart|! I made this and it turned out so perfect! One variation I made it with fresh apple, not canned apples, that's why it soooo good! Just use your favorite apple pie filling recipe.

Easiest Ever Rustic Apple Tart    You can use a refrigerated pie crust in place of ...    See Easiest Ever Rustic Apple Tart on Key Ingredient.

Easiest Ever Rustic Apple Tart

Easiest Ever Rustic Apple Tart You can use a refrigerated pie crust in place of ... See Easiest Ever Rustic Apple Tart on Key Ingredient.

Mini Apple Pies

Mini apple pies

No slicing needed here. These lil yummy treats are sure to be hit with family and friends. The tiny individual pie's specialize the whole experience, not to mention they taste awesome. Even better served with vanilla ice cream. Yummy!

Purchased piecrust dough is a convenient time-saver. We like the flavor combo of sweet Golden Delicious and tart Granny Smith apples, but you can use any apple (or combination of apples) you like. If you'd like to keep strictly kosher when making this dessert for our Hanukkah menu, use walnut oil in place of butter, and look for pie dough made with shortening (and containing no lard).

Rustic Apple Tart

Purchased piecrust dough is a convenient time-saver. We like the flavor combo of sweet Golden Delicious and tart Granny Smith apples, but you can use any apple (or combination of apples) you like. If you'd like to keep strictly kosher when making this dessert for our Hanukkah menu, use walnut oil in place of butter, and look for pie dough made with shortening (and containing no lard).

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