This morning I was in charge of creating this baked treat with accompanying aroma. At first I was just going to make our go-to treat of Pumpkin Quick Bread except we were out of eggs. Everything else we had available to sample either also needed eggs or was Christmas candy.
So I started rummaging. I remembered we had one pre-made pie crust left from our demos over the weekend and I found a whole bunch of granny smith apples in the fridge. So I decided to throw together a tart. And honestly, I really did throw it together. Here is the "recipe."
10 in tart pan
1 Pre-made pie crust
3 granny smith apples, peeled and sliced
3 heaping spoonfuls of sugar
Juice of small lemon
1 tablespoon butter
Pre-heat oven to 375. Place pie crust in tart pan. Refrigerate while you peel and slice apples. Using a very sharp knife will help keep your apples from browning, as will having some of the lemon juice already in the bowl you're using to collect your apple slices. Once you've sliced all the apples and they are coated in lemon juice, add the sugar and cinnamon and toss until thoroughly coated. Arrange inside tart shell. Cut the butter into small pieces and dot over the tart. Bake. Enjoy.
Hurray! Really easy and really good- just thought I'd share.
(Sorry, no pictures.)