French apple tarts

    For an apple tart with a French twist, look no further. We have recipes for tarte tatin, tarte aux pommes and more.

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    155 reviews

    My mother used to make this all the time, usually to go with Sunday dinner. I was hooked. Haven't had it in ages and I was wanting to bake something special for a special someone so I asked mum for the recipe. Tried it out today, and it's just as I remember. The thing that makes it for me is the frangipane. Hope you like it as much as me.

    Recipe by: WURZELTREE

    6 reviews

    A fabulous tarte tatin with gorgeously tender and buttery pastry laid over a bed of caramelised apples, then flipped over after baking. You can use brown sugar, golden caster sugar or regular granulated sugar for this recipe.

    Recipe by: mamicole

    1 review

    Go for this French apple tart with a classic look, with the apple slices arranged in a spiral pattern on top of the buttery pastry. This apple tart is also nut free.

    Recipe by: hisacke

    1 review

    There's nothing more classic than a homemade apple tart. I like to serve it with a scoop of caramel ice cream.

    Recipe by: Aeroz

    2 reviews

    I always have shortcrust pastry in my freezer. I use a mandoline to slice the apples, so that they are very thin and become soft when baked.

    Recipe by: AnneFrancoise

    1 review

    In this apple frangipane tart, thinly sliced apples are paired with a glorious almond filling. An easy and impressive tart!

    Recipe by: Lucy

    2 reviews

    Home-grown apples are one of the great pleasures of autumn. use them to make everyone's favourite upside-down apple tart.

    Recipe by: Maggie Pannell

    1 review

    For this classic French up-side down apple tart, use a tin that can be placed both on the cooker and in the oven. You can also use a ready made caramel sauce but I think it's more satisfying to make your own!

    Recipe by: Anizou

    No reviews

    This delectable tart is turned upside-down to serve. The pastry used is shortcrust but it's made with a mixture of cream cheese and butter which makes it a little lighter in texture. The tart has a deliciously sweet, juicy filling of soft apples and sultanas with a touch of mixed spice.

    Recipe by: Norma MacMillan

    No reviews

    This apple tart, known as pompe aux pommes, is made of apple slices, lightly sweetened and completely encased in shortcrust pastry.

    Recipe by: Joa

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