Lemon and almond tarts
If you like Bakewell tart you'll love this lemon version. A crisp shortcrust shell is filled with lemon curd and a rich egg and ground almond sponge. Serve warm straight from the tin or at room temperature with a nice cup of tea.
RITZ Mock Apple Pie
No time to peel apples? Fake it like a pro with this surprising combo of Ritz Crackers, lemon and cinnamon. Truly as easy as pie.
Danish Pastry Apple Bars
Feed a crowd with these apple squares that taste like your favorite apple pie--just in a larger, less fussy format. Top your fresh-from-the-oven Danish Pastry Apple Bars with powdered sugar icing for a sweet finish.
Apple Crostata | Barefoot Contessa
Apple Crostata from Barefoot Contessa. For the pastry, place the flour, sugar, and salt in the bowl of a food processor fitted with a steel blade. Pulse a few…
Ottolenghi Chocolate Tart | Ottolenghi dessert recipe
Rich, sophisticated and a dinner party dessert par excellence, this tart recipe from Yotam Ottolenghi's SWEET combines flavours of chocolate, hazelnut and orange.
Use any stone fruit that looks good to you, or combine two or three types as long as the total weight is 2 lb. For example, try baking with a mix of plums, or combine peaches and nectarines, or try apricots and cherries.
Black-Bottom Hazelnut Pie
Here’s a sophisticated riff on classic pecan pie for chocolate lovers. This pie features a coating of bittersweet chocolate underneath the gooey, espresso-infused hazelnut filling, as well as a delectable topping of crunchy sugar-coated hazelnuts.
Double Chocolate Pie | Canadian Living
Double the chocolate, double the deliciousness. This easy no-bake pie is worth indulging in second helpings (maybe more).