Gluten-Free Apricot & Fig Mini Tarts
(Makes 12 tarts)
Note: pastry is rather crumbly but very nice and crispy!.
Prepare the pastry
Place a heaped tbsp of filling into each case then top with a star. Bake for 25 minutes or until lightly browned. Leave to cool in the muffin trays before carefully loosening each pie with a knife and sliding out on to a plate or into your mouth. Up to you. Heat them up in the oven again before serving if you like, for extra crunch. Dust with icing sugar for extra festive cheer.
If the pastry is a bit too faffy you can easily use ready made shortcrust pastry.
Keep in a jar some of your extra filling and try as a decadent festive porridge topping!
6/9/2018 11:10:37 pm
I used to think genetic engineering is perfectly harmless. Who wouldn't want fruits that have no sour or bitter after taste? It would also be nice for fruits and vegetables to have that perfect skin right? But when corporations started doing this to livestock and continue feeding them GMO to begin with, it began to felt horrible. I have seen headless chickens, Skinless cattle, obese pigs to name a few. The act of killing them is terrible already. Modifying them for selfish reasons is just too much.
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