Peach Crumb Tartelettes

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Peach Crumb Tartelettes

1 (9 inch) pie dough round

1 1/2 cups finely chopped ripe peaches
1 tablespoon cornstarch
1/4 cup granulated sugar
2 1/2 teaspoons lemon juice
1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract

1/2 cup all purpose flour
1/3 cup packed brown sugar
1/8 teaspoon salt
3 tablespoons cold unsalted butter, cut into small pieces

Heat oven to 400 degrees F.

Roll out pie dough round onto floured surface, as thinly as possible. Using a round cookie cutter, cut dough into small rounds. Place rounds into a (24 cup) mini muffin pan. Prick dough with a fork. Bake 10-12 minutes or until golden; remove from oven and cool completely.

In a small saucepan, stir together peach, cornstarch, granulated sugar and lemon juice until combined; bring mixture to a boil; cook for 1 minute, stirring frequently. Stir in vanilla until combined.

To make the crumb topping, in medium bowl, stir together flour, brown sugar and salt until combined; knead in butter, using fingertips or a fork, until well incorporated and mixture clumps together.

Spoon peach filling into tart cups. Evenly sprinkle crumb topping over each tart. Bake 10 minutes or until golden brown. Transfer tartelettes to a wire rack to cool completely.

Makes 2 dozen tartelettes

22 comments:

  1. peach tartelettes definitely sound a lot better than pork rind. hahaha. they look WAAAY better too! yum!

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  2. Looks so good... I'm making a peach pie for my birthday... I can't wait! :) Have fun!

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  3. The tartelettes look delicious. I remember the last time you posted about Silver Dollar City...time flies. That baby is adorable and I am not even a big baby person....so cute!!! Kings Dominion here in Virginia also has high priced water and food. Unbelievable....it's all so expensive!

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  4. Absolutely wonderful recipe! I love the inclusion of lemon in the topping part.

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  5. I think that your tartlets are pretty and they look yummy!

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  6. Awww, makes me wish I could've taken the heat when we were down there last week and went to SDC!! We did partake in Andy's though:) Custard is very yummy....we have a custard place up here called Ollie's that people will stand in line for. SDC has some cooking classes now that sounded kinda fun, like one is on canning, etc. Have a great weekend!!

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  7. You are tooooo funny. I'd get me some funnel cake and fudge over the pork rinds!

    Wow, those are just the cutest little things. I love all the steps and care you took. I've had the best peaches in many years this summer. You just need to come east. The lemon juice didn't help the blandness? They sound really delightful.

    And the best was picture of the baby. TOO CUTE!!!!

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  8. Pork rinds...I love them! in my island we call them gratons. We use the hard ones in a sauce made with tomatoes, onion and hot peppers and eat it with rice.

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  9. That amusement park looks fun and very "Missouri." :)

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  10. That baby is gorgeous!

    I am so impressed by your peach tartlets - they look delicious.

    I also have been meaning to tell you that I love the layout of your blog, and how your recipes are separated, how you can print them etc.. It is very easy to read, and very practical.

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  11. 10-4 on the same skit for 50 years, except at Christmas when they trade it out for the story of Baby Jesus.
    Have you ever had the cinnamon ice cream at SDC in the fall? They serve it with apple dumplings. It is SO good. One time I ask the cute old man if I could just buy a scoop of it, and he just gave me a bowl full! Wonderful!
    "Very Missouri" What? Some of us wear shoes, and have indoor plumin'. Don't be fooled.
    E65809

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  12. the trouble with these tartelettes is that i would eat them like potato chips. not good. :)

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  13. What cute little summer tartelettes!

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  14. Those look so good. I just went to the farmers market and there were sooo many peaches. (I'm in KC) I'm with you, though. I've had peaches that blew me away, and now it's hard to settle for just any peach!

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  15. These tartelettes looks so delicious and precious.

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  16. Thanks everyone!

    Christy, honestly it was way too hot to be down there. I felt sick towards the end of the day. I want to go to Ollie's! I bet I'd love it. Glad you got to go to Andy's. :)

    Sue, I would love to come East! I added the lemon juice to the peaches hoping it would help, but it didn't. They were bad.

    Anon, I don't think I've ever been on the train at Christmas. That makes sense that the skit would be different. I think I've had that cinnamon ice cream! I'd like some right now. When we were there, there was a man making black walnut ice cream. Very Missouri, eh? :)

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  17. I think those are some pretty tartelettes! I'm a sucker for mini desserts though. Then I don't feel guilty eating so many!

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  18. I made these this weekend and they were fabulous! Substituted 1/2 a cup of peaches for blueberries and YUM!

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  19. I thought Silver Dollar City was the greatest thing when I was a kid, especially because it's the first place that I tried Dippin' Dots!

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