Figs are one of my favourite fruits and today’s recipe contributor Carina, is lucky enough to have not one, but two fig trees in her garden. I’m so jealous!
Carina tells us about her delicious Fig & Almond Tart Recipe:
“If I am not working, playing with my little man or crafting, you will find me in the kitchen, I love to bake.
This recipe has become my go-to ‘need-to-take-morning/afternoon-tea-dish’ or dessert. Making this in a fluted tart tin produces a fancy-cafe-style tart or if made individually produces elegant stylish desserts (especially when served with cream or ice-cream). I have received countless compliments and numerous requests for the recipe. Go on, try it. Once you see for yourself how EASY and how GOOD it tastes, it may even become your go-to recipe.
If you don’t have fresh figs available try peach wedges, nectarines, or even frozen berries.” Use any fruit you have available, peach wedges, fig quarters, nectarines, frozen berries (raspberries, blueberries).
Can be served warm or at room temperature, with or without cream/ice-cream.
Recipe modified from Kathy Knudsen [Australian Good Taste]
Use any fruit you have available, peach wedges, fig quarters, nectarines, frozen berries (raspberries, blueberries).
Thanks Carina, your tart looks delicious!
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