Hi there, my lovely fruity readers! Today, I am very glad to share a very yummy & summery recipe I tasted not a long time ago, and that is a pure wonder! I think I simply fell in love with this fruity tartlet, discovered on Celine’s blog, Les Demoizelles… and believe me, it was “love at first sight” :p!
Plus, though the weather’s a bit better, it is still quite chilly and I really needed to be reminded that summer was actually coming pretty soon! In a few words, I wanted to feel those sweet summer nights, when one usually finishes their lovely meal on a terrace with a fresh & fruity dessert such as that one!
Thus, for this particular reason, I also wanted to take you, my lovely ones, to this very sweet summer landscape! Ready?! Here’s the recipe then …
- 1 puff pastry
- 1 lemon
- 6 to 8 peaches
- 1 or 2 vanilla sugar bag
- 250g of strawberries
- 200g of blackberries
- flaked almonds
- Preheat the oven to 190°.
- Place your puff pastry in the tartlet baking tins. Put in the oven for a few minutes, so that it can bake a little bit.
- Meanwhile, rinse the fruits & cut the peaches in halves (without forgetting to take the stone off ^^).
- Then, cut the half peaches in 3 or 4 pieces and put them into an oven dish.
- Manage to get some lemon zests and put them in the middle of the peaches & strawberries in your oven dish.
- Sprinkle some vanilla sugar on the fruits (1 or 2 bags according to your personal tastes ^^) and add the flake almonds.
- Take the baked puff pastry off of the oven and let the fruits bake in the oven for about 35 minutes instead (the fruits must give some juice and slightly be browned).
- After baking and with your spoon, place the baked fruits in your tartlet baking tins and add a few blackberries & strawberries to decorate.
- You can enjoy those delicious tartlet cold or warm, with some ice cream or simply with a creamy yogurt.
Wooo, I reckon you’re all very excited about making this little treat now, aren’t you?! So, I wish you a very nice fruity trip to your favourite summery landscape and I hope you’ll enjoy it (but I’m actually sure you will :p!!!)
Much love to all of you, my budding pastry chefs <3
Keep holding on to what you love & enjoy the ride of life ;)