September 8, 2011

Pear Frangipane Tart

by IsaChandra

Makes one 10 inch tart

Our newest baking book Vegan Pie In The Sky will be out next month, just in time for pie season! You can preorder on Amazon now. We’re so very excited to give you a few previews and get you ready to tie on that apron, turn up your oven and sink your teeth into some luscious pie. Here’s a pic of the entire bookflap: front, back and inside. And here’s the cover. Yes, we put a bird on it!

OK, now on to the recipe! It’s the perfect addition to your autumn table.

Delicate and ever so fancy, there’s so much to love about this classic tart stuffed with a fragrant baked almond custard filling and tender pears. The top is brushed with a bit of melted apricot jam for even more flavor and shimmer.

A few tips:
To melt the jam, gently heat in a small pot for about 5 minutes, stirring often. Or melt in a microwave for a minute or two (depending on the strength of your machine), stirring every 30 seconds. It should be liquid enough to brush on top of the pie.

Pears will brown very rapidly once peeled. Rubbing peeled pears with a little lemon juice will halt the process and allow you to slice and layer them at your own pace.

One Shortbread Shell or Almond Crust pressed into a 10 inch tart pan and parbaked for 15 minutes at 350 F

6 tablespoons cold non-hydrogenated vegan margarine, cut into pieces
2/3 cup granulated sugar
1 1/4 cup blanched sliced almonds, pulsed in a food processor into a fine meal
2 tablespoons cornstarch
pinch salt
1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
2/3 cup plain almond milk
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon almond extract
4 pears (Bartlet or Bosc), peeled, cored and sliced into thin rounds
1/4 cup apricot jam, melted

Preheat oven to 350 F. In a food processor pulse together margarine, sugar, ground almonds, cornstarch, ground cinnamon, and salt until crumbly. Continue to pulse and stream in almond milk, vanilla extract, and almond extract to form a thick batter. Spread frangipane mixture into tart shell.

Peel the pears, remove the core and slice in half. Slice each half into 1/4 inch thin slices and lay overlapping slices on top of the frangipane, gently pressing the pears half way into the batter. Bake the tart for 35 to 40 minutes until the top is golden brown, then move the tart onto a cooling rack and cool for 20 minutes, then brush top of pears with melted jam. Cool tart for at least another hour before slicing with a thin, sharp knife dipped in cold water.



  • September 8, 2011 at 10:07 pm: Cate

    Looks gorgeous! If only I wasn’t stuck in a kitchenless college dorm I would make this in a second!

  • September 8, 2011 at 10:23 pm: dana @ my little celebration

    Yum! This looks insanely delicious! And congrats on the new cookbook! I’m sure it’s a jewel : )

  • September 8, 2011 at 10:46 pm: Anne

    Can’t wait to get the cookbook! Will there be a Kindle version?

  • September 8, 2011 at 11:29 pm: Emma

    I’ve always wondered what a frangipane tart was. That looks like it’d be a huge hit with my family (and me!).

  • September 9, 2011 at 12:46 am: costumefaery

    My parents regularly leave 50# of pears on my door step in the fall, this is FANTASTIC!

  • September 9, 2011 at 12:53 am: JennyBakes

    Awesome I’m so excited for a vegan baking cookbook from reliable recipe writers like yo!

  • September 9, 2011 at 1:32 am: The Mrs @ Success Along the Weigh

    The hubby would LOVE this! Can’t wait for the cookbook!

  • September 9, 2011 at 2:19 am: Lynn

    When? October 17th? Is that right???? Can’t wait!!

  • September 9, 2011 at 2:42 am: FoodFeud

    Gorgeous! I am excited!

  • September 9, 2011 at 1:23 pm: Tanya

    Looks so yummy!! Is there any way to make it without almonds? I recently developed an allergy to tree nuts which makes me a sad panda :(

    • September 9, 2011 at 8:18 pm: IsaChandra

      Which nuts or nut-like things are you able to eat?

  • September 9, 2011 at 4:59 pm: Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar

    Yum! I neeeeed to try this.

  • September 9, 2011 at 6:02 pm: Katie @ Serenity in the Storm

    Can’t wait for the new book to come out! And this pear tart looks amazing. I’m definitely going to try it. Our pear tree is dropping pears faster than we know what to do with them. Thanks for the inspiration.

  • September 9, 2011 at 6:52 pm: Karyl

    I just bought Veganomicon and the Vegan Cookie book. Now I want this and thecupcake book and I’ll be in heaven! Thanks!

  • September 10, 2011 at 12:25 am: Tanya

    I can eat sunflower (or any other seed), peanuts, and coconut (is coconut technically even a nut?) I’ve used sunflower seeds in some recipes in place of cashews (which works pretty well) but I haven’t found a suitable almond sub cause they have such a yummy , unique taste

    • September 10, 2011 at 1:39 am: IsaChandra

      Well for texture I would use sunflower seeds. Perhaps a little coconut extract for some extra flavor? Of course, it won’t taste like almonds, but I bet it will be yummy.

  • September 10, 2011 at 1:27 pm: Tanya

    Thanks Isa soo much for your suggestions-I appreciate you taking time to check!– I definitely will have to try it!!– I’m off to the farmer’s market today so hopefully they have some fresh pears!! I love all your recipes and have further developed a cupcake obsession because of your book! Keep up the awesome work!!! (I think I overused the exclaimation point a bit but I am just THAT excited)

    • September 11, 2011 at 4:42 pm: IsaChandra

      And thank YOU for saying thank you! Makes my day. Hope you find your pears!

  • September 11, 2011 at 12:25 am: Lexi

    Will you give a gluten free option like in the cookie book? October 25th can’t come soon enough!

    • September 11, 2011 at 4:41 pm: IsaChandra

      We did give a gluten free option in this recipe, but not every recipe has one. Fortunately most of the fillings are indeed gluten free, so if you use a GF crust you’re good to go.

  • September 11, 2011 at 12:53 am: Sarah @ studiofood

    Whoa, that looks completely wonderful! Dying for the cookbook, I’ve got all the other ones! I’m currently ploughing my way through pretty much every recipe from Appetite for Reduction, so obviously I’ll need to balance out all that healthy eating with a big ol slice of pie!

  • September 12, 2011 at 9:39 am: Martine

    Oh I hope I’ll be able to get this book in Holland soon! Apart from buying one for myself, I’m thinking of giving it as a birthday gift to some of my non-vegan friends, so they can experience some vegan love and joy too (okay I confess, my motives would not be entirely altruistic…) Thank you for writing such wonderful cookbooks!

  • September 13, 2011 at 2:55 am: jane

    mmm, made this the other day, but had less pears than i realised, so used sliced strawberries instead. it was utterly amazing <3

  • September 13, 2011 at 10:46 am: Gena

    Holy delicious. Can’t wait for the book!

  • September 14, 2011 at 2:24 pm: RP

    Made this with some white peaches I had, and the almond crust. Absolutely delicious!!

  • September 15, 2011 at 7:53 pm: Terry Hope

    I would make this tart with sweet cherries in cherry season too. And put a bird on it.

  • September 16, 2011 at 11:16 pm: Mary

    We put birds on things!

  • September 18, 2011 at 8:06 am: Gill

    Made this a couple of nights ago. My husband said it was THE best dessert I’d ever made…and I’ve made a lot…even pre-vegan. Almondy, peary and almost buttery utterly delicious. I’ll be making this again.

  • September 18, 2011 at 1:05 pm: Krei

    I just made this for a dinner party- incredible & got rave reviews. Thanks!

  • September 23, 2011 at 8:18 am: BabelsNZ

    had a great cooking experience with this tart. non-vegans were unaware of its special features until told. thank you.

  • September 24, 2011 at 2:52 pm: Tanya

    I finally made this nommy tart- I used sunflower seeds & coconut (cause of the almond allergy) and used pumpkin butter instead of apricot jam cause that’s what I had and it came out really yummy!! It made a good breakfast this morning too ;)

    • September 25, 2011 at 3:58 am: IsaChandra

      Good to know that it still worked with the subs!

  • September 24, 2011 at 5:53 pm: Hanne

    This was sooooo good. This is so going into my book of yum recipes*! AND I will make this for my carnivore collegues and they will adore it, I’m sure!
    Will refer to thePPK ;-)

  • September 27, 2011 at 2:21 am: Beth

    Oh my fricking stars, this was amazing!!!!

  • September 28, 2011 at 1:21 pm: Mack the Spork

    I am ridiculously excited about this. My favorite “discovered on the internet” dessert is Bakewell Tart, which is tart cherry jam covered with frangipane. The recipe I have is done by weight, so it’s a huge PITA to make (I have no concept of weight/volume comparisons so I haven’t been able to convert it to cups, Tbs, etc.) and takes me forever. Your version looks quicker and easier. I can’t wait to try it!!!

  • September 30, 2011 at 1:44 pm: Lisa

    Made this recipe with King Arthur’s Gluten Free flour mix! It was YUMMY! I mixed apples and pears b/c I made it for Rosh Hashana. Everyone…vegans, celiacs, egg allergy kids, and even those carnivores…loved it!

  • September 30, 2011 at 2:17 pm: maya

    This is going to the top of my must make list

  • October 2, 2011 at 6:23 pm: dawn

    I’ve already made it twice…pure heaven!! Can not wait for Vegan Pie in the Sky!! Thank you from the bottom of my vegan heart!!

  • October 2, 2011 at 10:45 pm: Shecka

    Okay, mine never became a “thick batter”, what am I doing wrong? When I poured it in the crust, it was pretty soupy and mealy. I baked it anyway, having to leave it in for MUCH longer than suggested. I brushed the apricot on and in the middle the batter was not finished. It’s currently cooling in the garage and while my family is great and will try anything, I’m incredibly bummed but kind of at a loss. I will say I used my parent’s Emmie food processor which I believe is almost as old as I am. Any thoughts? This looks so good in the picture (and it DID makes my house smell great!)!

  • October 7, 2011 at 1:27 am: Ro

    I just baked this. The batter tasted amazing, but just like the last post, mine did not set up. I am wondering what I did wrong. I realized in the middle of the recipe that my almonds did have the skin on them. Would that prevent it from setting up? Please help Isa! Thanks!

  • October 7, 2011 at 10:46 pm: bronwen

    My batter was pretty thin too (but also tastes amazing). Mine is currently baking so I’m looking forward to seeing how it turns out. I think next time I won’t add as much almond milk.

  • October 7, 2011 at 11:08 pm: GeoBQn

    Count me in as another person with batter that was too thin. It didn’t set up after 20 extra minutes in the oven (though it was still thicker than the recommended time). I’m putting it in the fridge to see if that will help it firm up. I ground the blanched almonds in a brand new food processor, but I’m still learning my way around it. Maybe I didn’t ground them finely enough? Would purchased almond meal or flour provide the desired result?

  • October 8, 2011 at 9:16 pm: IsaChandra

    Sorry some people had problems! We didn’t have any failures in testing so I’m not sure what the problem could be. I’m curious what the texture was after cooling. Are people using a different starch other than cornstarch or following the recipe to a tee? I’d love to get to the bottom of this!

  • October 11, 2011 at 7:53 am: Angela

    Would almond meal work instead of the ground almonds?

  • October 15, 2011 at 9:29 am: zorica

    Question: What kind of pie pans do I need for the pies in the book? I’m from Germany and pies are not so common here. I’d like to get them before the book comes out, so I can start immediately. I’m very confused about how high the edge should be. Some links with product pictures would be pretty awesome. + How do I get the complete pie out of the pan without breaking it? :)

  • October 18, 2011 at 7:21 pm: Christine

    I made this for a recent potluck and everyone loved it. They couldn’t believe it was vegan! Next time I would leave off the apricot jam . It was a little too sweet for my taste, but no one else commented on it. I am waiting for my book to arrive from Amazon. Thank you for all of you great recipes. Your pumpkin waffles rock!!!

    • October 18, 2011 at 7:32 pm: IsaChandra

      You know what? In the actual book we did decide to nix the jam. I just put up an older version of the recipe accidentally. Glad you loved it!

  • October 21, 2011 at 1:11 am: ESW

    Noo! Oh well, mine has the glaze and I will see what happens. Actually, I had to add extra oat flour to the crust and did not add any liquid as it was very runny. I think I didn’t grind the almonds fine enough.
    The filling was initially grainy, but I blended it in the vitamix after I initially mixed it by hand and it smoothed out and became thicker. I ‘ ground’ the almonds In a coffee grinder before I mixed them in. It wasn’t brown enough at 40 minutes, and still gooey in the middle and I put it back in for another 5 minutes, still not ready, then ‘forgot’ it for another 10 minutes or so….thank god I had turned the oven off.
    http://esw.smugmug.com/Other/SmugShots/i-twZvMCQ/0/L/smugshot7596621-L.jpg

    All in all it looks great and I can’t wait to tast it!

  • October 25, 2011 at 2:24 am: ESW

    The tart was a hit all around. The crust was crumbly delicious (though I really noticed the oil) – my coworkers, including one chef, really raved. The texture of the filling was creamy, custardy and not overdone and the apricot glaze was perfect and not too sweet.

  • November 19, 2011 at 2:34 am: jaymoh

    Loved this, Isa. Made it for a work potluck, and it was so tasty and it just looks gorgeous. I used the recipe in the book which doesn’t mention the jam. I made a simple rum sauce… I almost made an amaretto sauce, but I wanted more contrast. It was divine.

  • November 19, 2011 at 2:48 am: jaymoh

    Dur, just read above comment re: jam. good call.

  • November 23, 2011 at 4:27 am: Sophie

    This looks fantastic! If I already have almond meal, what measurements should I use? I’m assuming the blanched almonds reduce to a different volume when ground up… thanks!

  • November 23, 2011 at 10:30 pm: Lauren

    This is the second time I’ve made this tart — and I fixed the errors I thought I made in the first one and the batter seemed a bit thicker but It’s going on one hour in the oven and it’s still doesn’t look “done.” I used just regular sliced almonds and ground them up, is that my problem? Please help! This tastes DIVINE either way but I really want it to set up nicely to serve for Thanksgiving tomorrow.

  • November 26, 2011 at 12:24 am: Jessica

    I had the same issue as Lauren – the batter wasn’t anywhere near “spreadable”. It was completely liquid! There ensued a very nervous hour of baking, covering with foil, adjusting the oven temperature, etc, trying to get it to actually bake all the way through. I finally got it done, but despite my best efforts it meant that the crust came out kind of singed in places.

    I followed the recipe to the letter so I don’t know what went wrong!

  • November 28, 2011 at 8:48 pm: Maria

    I made this for Thanksgiving, using very thinly sliced sweet apples. It was fabulous. I can’t believe how pretty it looked.
    @ESW, the batter tasted oily at first but the cooked product was not oily at all.
    Yes, I agree with above bloggers, that the filling needs to be processed a long time to make it smooth, but honestly I think the slightly chunky texture reminds me more of my Italian grandma’s almond pies.
    I did prep it ahead, kept the prebaked crust and filling separate in the fridge overnight. I brought it all to almost room temp before putting it together and it was perfect.
    I was worried about the measurements using only almond slivers (crust recipe calls for slivers, filling recipe for almond slices), but it turned out not to be an issue.
    Agree with leaving off the jam glaze. I tried it, it didn’t really look any better that way and was more effort for zero return.
    Isa, you rock and I will make this many times. Thank you for helping me keep my reputation as a good cook, in spite of having gone vegan!!!

  • November 28, 2011 at 9:00 pm: Maria

    Actually, now that I think about it I do wonder if the “failures” to set are because of not grinding the almonds finely enough. The instruction of “pulsed” in food processor is NOT what I did. I ground the heck out of it in my food processor to make a fine almond meal, and still initially felt that it was a bit grainy (but liked the final result a lot).

  • December 1, 2011 at 12:15 am: krystle

    I felt so accomplished after making this pie. It was amazing, delicious, and not like anything I have made before! (I’m a muffin head)
    Thank you so much for posting such a wide range of creative recipes. Mine and my Mann’s bellies are quite full of love.

  • December 12, 2011 at 5:30 pm: SuzyQ

    I made this for company, none of whom are vegans (but I’ll be damned if I’m going to bake something that I can’t eat). Everyone thought it was delicious, even my husband who is a tart snob (he makes delicious, butter-laden fruit tarts all the time). I used Bob’s Red Mill almond meal for the almond crust and the filling which worked great, although I had to estimate how much to use. This one’s a winner, and if it’s any indication of the Pie in the Sky cookbook, I’ll be putting that one on my wish list for the holidays.

  • December 26, 2011 at 4:51 am: Vee

    Here’s mine!
    http://vegankitchendiaries.tumblr.com/post/14796969112/i-maybe-ate-a-bit-much-yet-another-christmas-of

    Made it for Christmas dinner. I’m buying the book ASAP to complete my Terry and Isa dessert trilogy.

  • January 10, 2012 at 9:19 pm: Kate

    It’s in the oven as I type….we had the lentil tacos for dinner….very happy indeed.

  • February 16, 2012 at 9:45 pm: Nancy

    This sounds amazing. Is there any way to substitute the margarine for oil at all?
    thanks :)

  • February 23, 2012 at 6:53 pm: Cole

    Wonderful wonderful wonderful! I had no problem with my frangipani thickening, though I added a little extra cornstarch to be safe after reading some of the other comments here. The only thing I’ll do different next time is omit the almonds from the frangipani and just use almond extract. I would like to have a smoother “creamier” textured frangipani, and my food processor could not get the almonds fine enough to achieve that. Also, i substituted coconut oil for canola oil in the almond press-in crust. Great recipe, thanks so much.

  • February 29, 2012 at 6:29 pm: Gill

    I just picked up your Vegan Pie in the sky today…god it looks good. I’d made this pie from your web page plus the rad whip and the key lime pie and they were utterly fantastic. Can’t wait to try the little lemon mousse pies and the banoffee pie! Mmmmmmm I love the Rad whip but mine didn’t whip up as much as it was supposed to. It was still fantastic. Might be because I can’t get agar agar powder and have been using the flakes.

  • March 4, 2012 at 3:53 pm: Martine

    I just totally made a sugar free version of this delicious pie using liquid stevia instead of sugar. The whole family loved it, omnis and all. It did not caramelize as much as when you use sugar, but otherwise, it was yum.

  • March 6, 2012 at 9:55 pm: Gill

    Okay I made the Boston Cream pie from your book and it was so damned good that I made the lemon mouse pie on the same day!! The two of us managed to consume them within about 3 days…it makes me laugh in your book where you say “this pie is so rich a thin sliver will do” Dream on woman, these things are way too good for a sliver! Pear Frangipane, Key Lime Pie, Rad Whip, Boston Cream Pie and Lemon Mousse pie you’re batting 5 for 5, you’re better than the Babe!

  • March 30, 2012 at 5:40 pm: Nina

    I just made this and it lasted about 10 seconds. Everyone loved it! The only thing I found was that I had to cook it about 10 minutes more. Thank you sooooooooo much!

  • April 1, 2012 at 10:45 am: Sarah

    Delicious! I made this in 4-inch tarts for a friend’s baby shower yesterday. Everyone loved them!

  • June 12, 2012 at 5:51 pm: natalie

    Used this for a berry tart and it turned out great! Props to you, as always, Isa. http://theveganette.blogspot.com/2012/06/berry-frangipane-tart.html

  • August 7, 2012 at 2:29 pm: Aimee F

    I made this for a pie party over the weekend and it was delish but also didn’t quite set. Since do many people were saying it was liquidy I used only 1/3 cup almond milk but everything else I followed exactly. It wasn’t pie soup and everyone liked it but in case you were trying to some the
    mystery I figured I’d add my experience. I wonder if my very ripe pears caused extra liquid too? They were suddenlyore ripe than I’d thought. Either way it was a hit and I’m making it again!

  • August 17, 2012 at 1:38 am: Cindy

    I subtracted the pears, added about a 1/3 of a cup of flour, pre-baked the pie crust, added a layer of strawberry jam under the frangipane, baked it for 40-50 minutes at 350, and as it cooled smeared the top with more jam, and sprinkled on a handful of almond slivers. Delicious!!

  • October 25, 2012 at 4:37 am: shiya

    i just realized that your isa chandra (silly me). omg my sister and i have the vegan cupcakes and the vegan cookies recipe books. we have done so many of the recipes and have never been disappointed. gave some to friends and they loved it and couldn’t believe they were vegan. i am definitely going to look for the one on pies for i love pastries. i have made the fluffy vegan pancakes that is posted on this site and my family loved it. my sister was surprised there were ground flaxseed in it for she couldn’t taste it. but it may be perhaps because of the coconut milk. either way it was divine. look forward to try out more of your recipes >^-^<

  • November 13, 2012 at 2:28 am: Jill

    Mine is in the oven now, been about 40 minutes and still pretty liquidy. I used almond meal from Trader Joes. Only used 2 pears as there was no room for more ant quite figure it why. Big pears? I’m wondering if the still hot crust changed the way it thickens? I didn’t cool the crust very long before adding the filling and pears.

  • December 23, 2012 at 10:51 pm: Kathryn

    I just made this, can’t wait to try it!

  • March 25, 2013 at 8:56 pm: Melissa

    Has anyone found a fix for the tart being uncooked in the middle? I’ve made several recipes from this book and the cookie book and this is the only one I am having issues with! I follow the directions exactly, yet my batter doesn’t cook in the middle. I’m nervous to leave it in for longer than an hour.

  • April 20, 2013 at 2:10 pm: Tanja

    Love this – especially the crust, which I made exactly according to the recipe. I can’t wait until fall to make it with pears, so I used two cups of blueberries. I also made some other substitutions: 5 T coconut oil + 2 T lemon juice for the margarine, 1 T kuzu for the cornstarch, and I used a combination of almonds, cashews, and pinenuts in the filling. I baked it for 45 minutes, then cooled it for an hour and chilled it overnight. It came out great! My husband, who loved the Blueberry yogurt pie I used to make said, “you should make it like this all the time!” Now I’m counting the days until October when pears will reappear!

  • August 21, 2013 at 7:42 pm: Emma

    I made this when first posted with pears and loved it and just wanted to return and say I recently made it with fresh apricots and it was just as fabulous :) Thanks for the super recipe!

  • September 20, 2013 at 7:32 pm: grace

    I am a new vegan (one year plus)and a huge fan of yours. I have many cookbooks and love the low fat direction you have been heading in. I tried this and found it a tad dry so when my husband came home with a bushel of plums I skipped the crust and subbed silken tofu for the almond milk and plums for pears- it worked really well. Keep up the great work, again I am a big big fan and really love your ideas.
    sincerely
    grace

  • October 5, 2013 at 9:58 pm: BMAC

    This frangipane is so dang good that I ate it by the spoonful. I ran out of pears and did it with apples in a pie crust. Awesome.

  • October 15, 2013 at 1:02 pm: Jessica Caneal

    I had a lot of fun making this since it is so different from anything I’ve ever made before. Unfortunately, this dessert just wasn’t for me. I felt like it was way too sweet, but that is just a matter of taste and I realize now that this is just what kind of dessert it is. Different strokes for different folks. I made the press-in almond crust for this, and unforatunately the edges burned before the frangipane finished setting in the oven. My oven does cook things rather quickly though. I also felt like the crust recipe didn’t make enough crust for the filling (the crust edge ended up being barely visible beyond the filling). I would suggest making or purchasing a regular pie crust for this one (I think it would taste better as well). That being said, I am definitely happy I tried this and I think it is a great recipe to make for a holiday celebration if you do a trial run beforehand.

  • November 2, 2013 at 10:54 am: Mónica

    Made this pie for my host family and their friends for a luncheon and it was a huge hit! Biggest deal? I’m studying abroad in Florence, Italy until March and the Italians were amazed it had no eggs, butter, milk, etc. HUGE SUCCESS! Plate was wiped clean in 5 minutes. You never fail Isa, just keep on falling more in love with you. :)

  • November 8, 2013 at 7:02 pm: Diane

    I opted to use the Almond Crust recipe as it used less almonds. Instead of almond milk, I had some canned coconut milk opened and used that. I didn’t par-bake the crust. This tasted like it was full of butter with no butter in it. Had company for supper and served this. It was a gray hit.

  • November 8, 2013 at 7:03 pm: Diane

    That was to say, IT was a great hit.

  • January 11, 2014 at 5:08 am: Catfrat

    I made this recipe word for word, with the shortbread crust in vegan pie in the sky. It was perfext in every way. The filling will be runny. Let it set in the fridge for a couple hours. So. Perfect. And beautiful

  • February 20, 2014 at 3:22 am: shirley

    I’ve made this numerous times since 1st making it with the pears, and it’s never failed me (unlike vegetarian frangipane). I’ve also replaced the pears with:-
    1 can apricot halves (sliced),
    1 can peach halves (sliced),
    300g fresh raspberries,
    and now I’ve just made it with 250g fresh cherries (halved and stones removed)
    each 1, so far, has been just as nice as the 1 with the pears

  • May 22, 2014 at 12:42 am: Kristen

    I made a fresh apricot tart. I used coconut milk and didn’t put the almond extract. For the jelly I used a peach and apricot jam. Yummy!!!..