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Peanut Butter Honey Apple Breakfast Tarts

We love how easy this rustic apple tart recipe is, with only 6 ingredients! It gets a nutty depth from a layer of pics peanut butter and paired with the sweetness of raw Steens Manuka Honey... it's the ultimate combo of salty and sweet. 

Pic's peanut butter is protein packed making this perfect as a breakfast tart or you can add some ice cream to make it a scrumptious dessert.

Make sure to use sweet-tart apples such as Pink Lady, Honeycrisp or any other variety you like that won't turn into applesauce while baking!



Peanut Butter Apple and Honey Breakfast Tarts

30 mins  |  Serves 9
Ingredients
1 x ready rolled puff pastry sheet
1 cup (240ml) of Pics Smooth Peanut Butter
3 red apples
A sprinkle of cinnamon Optional glaze (2 tbsp milk, 1 tbsp oil)

To Serve 
Vanilla ice cream or Coconut Yoghurt 


Preheat the oven to 180c. 

Line a baking tray with parchment paper and unroll the pastry sheet onto the tray. 

Spread the peanut butter over the pastry, leaving a thin border around the sides. 
 

Halve and core the apples, then thinly slice the apple halves. 

Arrange the apple slices on top of the peanut butter, so that they overlap and create 3 rows.
 

Drizzle the honey over the apple slices and finish off with a dusting of cinnamon. 

Brush the border with the glaze for nicely golden edges (optional). 

Place in the oven to bake for 18-20 minutes, or until golden.  

Remove from the oven and slice into 9 pieces to make individual tarts.  

To serve, drizzle over extra peanut butter, top with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and a drizzle of honey if desired.  

This delicious recipe was made in collaboration with Pics Peanut Butter - Made from Hi-Oleic Peanuts, lovingly roasted, squished and lightly salted in Nelson, New Zealand.

 SHOP MANUKA HONEY

 

Anytime Range baking daily range Recipe refined sugar free sweet

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