Apple and Goat’s Cheese Tartlets with Thyme Honey

There’s nothing better than procrasti-baking, as it leads to wonderful things like these adorable little savoury tartlets. I made the recipe as found on this seven spoons post, only I forgot to turn on my timer so who knows how long it took in the oven (possibly the duration of one TV episode on Netflix, but how would I know such a thing…).

These are made with a frozen puff pastry so all you need to do is make the goat’s cheese mixture, heat up some honey with butter and thyme, and slice up some apples. Easy as pie, but only because “easy as tart” is not a thing. I suppose you could make your own pastry, but that’s beyond the level of procrasti-baking, especially when the frozen stuff was on sale anyway.

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I forgot to add the shaved cheese on my first one, so naturally I had to eat a second to right my wrongs. And don’t be fooled by the fork in the first photo, this is definitely finger food, though I would accept any method that will get them into your mouth the quickest.


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