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Pear Almond Tart

In this delightful pie, the pastry makes a "pouch" for a pleasant pear filling. For even more flavor, top the tart with a powdered sugar glaze and toasted almonds. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Almond Pear Tart

Almond Pear Tart

Almond Pear Tart

I had never seen a " pie without a pan" until my daughter brought back this wonderful recipe from a Rotary Club exchange program in Belgium.—C. B. (Sherry) LaMay, Capitan, New Mexico

Cinnamon Apple Tart

Cinnamon Apple Tart

Cinnamon Apple Tart

“I got the idea for this delicious fall dessert from a lovely Italian woman who’s also a fabulous cook,” writes Stacie Blemings from Califon, New Jersey. “It’s so simple to make—and cleanup is just as easy! I often make two and freeze one. It’s great at brunch alongside eggs and bacon.” STACIE’S TIP: For some tasty variations, try strawberry jam and walnuts and skip the icing. Or add extra cinnamon chips to suit your taste.

Blueberry-Blackberry Rustic Tart

Blueberry-Blackberry Rustic Tart

Blueberry-Blackberry Rustic Tart

My dad would always stop the car on the side of the road in Maine and say, "I smell blueberries." He had a pail ready. Then Mom would bake the wild berries in a cornmeal crust to make this homey tart. —Priscilla Gilbert, Indian Harbour Beach, Florida
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Rustic Caramel Apple Tart

Rustic Caramel Apple Tart

Rustic Caramel Apple Tart

Like an apple pie without the pan, this scrumptious tart has a crispy crust that cuts nicely and a yummy caramel topping. Betty Fulks of Onia, Arkansas submitted the recipe.

Rustic Apple Raspberry Tart

Rustic Apple Raspberry Tart

Rustic Apple Raspberry Tart

This free-form tart requires no pie plate. Just roll out the dough and place on a pizza pan or baking sheet. Place the filling in center of dough and fold up the edge of the pastry to hold in the fruit and juices.— Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin

Rustic Autumn Fruit Tart

Rustic Autumn Fruit Tart

Rustic Autumn Fruit Tart

This impressive dessert is a hit at my house. It's fast, easy and delicious! An apricot jam glaze lends a pretty sheen to the buttery pastry that envelopes tender apple and pear slices. —Jennifer Richards, Pine Beach, New Jersey

Country Peach Tart

Country Peach Tart

Country Peach Tart

Our Test Kitchen staff came up with this peachy change of pace from a traditional baked fruit pie. Great for company, it's sure to impress guests--especially when it's served warm from the oven. For pretty presentation, serve slices with a dollop of reduced-fat whipped topping or a scoop of low-fat frozen yogurt.

Rustic Fruit Tart

Rustic Fruit Tart

Rustic Fruit Tart

Husband Don and I love pie, but we can't eat a who 9-inch pie by ourselves. So I make these easy tarts using rhubarb and fruit from our red raspberry bushes. Sometimes I substitute apples, peaches or our homegrown blueberries for the rhubarb. -Naomi Olson Hamilton, Michigan

Pear Almond Tart

Pear Almond Tart

Pear Almond Tart

In this delightful pie, the pastry makes a "pouch" for a pleasant pear filling. For even more flavor, top the tart with a powdered sugar glaze and toasted almonds. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Rustic Apricot Tart

Rustic Apricot Tart

Rustic Apricot Tart

Apricots and pumpkin pie spices come together in this truly special tart from our Test Kitchen. Cold vanilla ice cream makes a perfect companion to the soft, warm apricots. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin

Rustic Peach Tart with Raspberry Drizzle

Rustic Peach Tart with Raspberry Drizzle

Rustic Peach Tart with Raspberry Drizzle

Sweet peaches and tangy raspberry sauce make for a heavenly combination in this yummy tart. Everyone loves the crunchy, brown sugar crumb topping.—Teresa Ralston, New Albany, Ohio
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