These apple and Parmesan tartlets are a fancy snack the kids will wolf down too 1 year ago

These apple and Parmesan tartlets are a fancy snack the kids will wolf down too

Brought to you by Le Crunch French Apples.

We feel like royalty eating these.

Have you ever gone to one of those fancy dinners or events where you get a bunch of appetisers or hors d'oeuvres that you've definitely never tasted before but are 100 percent scrumptious?

You're munching away and thinking, "so this is how rich people eat."

Well, these tartlets are those! Except that we have the recipe so you can make them in you own house. Invite some friends over, and act very fancy and important. Or, you know, slave over them and watch them disappear under a swarm of kids in five seconds. Same thing really.

Of course, these tartlets aren't just fancy looking, they're also extremely delicious. We basically inhale the whole bunch as soon as they're out of the oven (not ashamed).

The sweet and juicy apple flavour means the little ones will love them too. They're a perfect addition to any tea parties being held in the house. A significant improvement on hard plastic scones, if we do say so ourselves.

Plus, they are super easy to make (which is a deal breaker for us tbh).

Okay, we'll stop gushing about them and just give you the recipe now so you can start cooking, and therefore eating, as soon as possible.

Apple and Parmesan tartlets

Serves: 4
Preparation time: 15 min
Cooking time: 20 min

Ingredients

4 apples (Golden, Gala, or Granny Smith)
100g Parmesan cheese
2 rolls of puff pastry
4 tbsp pine nuts
1 tbsp butter
Pepper

Utensils

20 small moulds with diameter 5cm

Preparation

1. Heat your oven to 180°C.
2. Cut the apples into four wedges, remove the seeds, and cut into thin slices.
3. Cut the Parmesan cheese into thin shavings.
4. Grease the moulds with butter and line them with the dough, then cover the bottom with apple slices and sprinkle Parmesan on top. Repeat, adding layers of apples and Parmesan until each mould is filled.
5. Season with pepper and sprinkle the pine nuts on top.
6. Bake for 20 minutes. Serve hot.

See? So easy. Now try not to burn your tongues while wolfing them down because it's pretty hard to stop after the first one. And, you know, try to share we guess (definitely not compulsory).

Bon Apple-tit!

Brought to you by Le Crunch French Apples.