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Fresh Peach Tart Recipe

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This Fresh Peach Tart Recipe combines fresh sliced peaches, cinnamon, and a homemade butter tart crust for the perfect Peach Tart Recipe.

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Growing up on a peach farm you could smell the sweetness in the air through the dust clouds put off by the tractors. We picked them fresh and would bring them inside all summer long, not realizing what a treat it was to have such abundance. The oversized peaches would fill my hand and the sweet juices seemed to always make a mess. Picking them caused your skin to itch just a bit from the fuzz but it was always worth the effort. My mom just brought me a bag of fresh peaches and each time I get my hands on them. I make a peach tart. This Fresh Peach Tart Recipe is so simple and so delicious. With the buttery homemade tart crust and the cinnamon sweetness of the peach mixture.

It is a recipe I look forward to making each summer season. If you love using fresh fruits in your summertime baking. Be sure to check out this Fresh Strawberry Pie and also try out this Easy Blueberry Tart in addition to this Fresh Peach Tart Recipe. All are perfect desserts to place on your summer table.

Why I Love This Fresh Peach Tart Recipe

Though it is very much reminiscent of days spent on a peach farm there is much more to this Fresh Peach Tart Recipe than mere nostalgia. This Fresh Peach Tart Recipe is fresh and uses pretty much what most bakers would have on hand. Yet only requires three peaches to make and for me, this is a much better option than baking an entire peach pie. You get the elements of a fresh-baked pie with much less work and with way less peaches to chop than you would otherwise need for a fresh peach pie. Not that I don’t love to make pies but it is nice to be able to have a simpler version. Not to mention, its presentation is absolutely lovely to set on a summer table.

What You Will Need To Make This Fresh Peach Tart Recipe

For the tart crust

1 ¼ cup (174g) of all purpose flour

8 tbsp(110g) cold butter

3-5 tbsp (44-74g) cold water

For the filling

3 large peaches

1 tsp cinnamon

¾ cup sugar

2 tbsp flour

3 tbsp cold butter

Cuisinart Food Processor

Tart Pan

Directions

Heat oven to 425°F/218°C. Begin by making the tart crust.

lady cutting up butter

Cube the butter and place it into a food processor along with the flour.

lady scooping flour from a jar

Begin pulsing the food processor and add 3 tbsp of the cold water.

food processor with tart dough

Mix until the dough comes together adding the extra water if needed.

tart dough rolled out on to a piece of parchment paper

Take the dough and roll it out on a piece of parchment paper or floured surface. Lay it in a tart pan pressing it into the sides to shape. Set aside.

Now to make the filling. Begin by prepping the peaches.

girl slicing fresh peaches on a cutting board

Slice the peaches into slightly thin long slices (as pictured).

sliced fresh peaches in a bowl

Place the peach slices into a bowl. Sprinkle the sugar and cinnamon on top.

In a small separate bowl, place the cold butter and flour. Combine with a fork and pour the mixture into the peach bowl. Mix it all with a large spoon.

butter and sugar being poured into a bowl of peaches

Take the slices and begin lining them in a circular pattern until all the peaches are used.

girl placing peaches into a tart crust
a fresh peach tart ready for the oven

Pour any additional juices or butter chunks left inside the bowl over peaches.

Bake for 30-35 min.

fresh peach tart recipe on a table with peaches next to it

Baking Tips

  • Place a cookie or baking sheet underneath your tart pan to catch any pan drippings.
  • If you do not have a food processor you can use a fork and your hands to crumble to butter into the flour.
  • If doing so, chill your dough for about 30 minutes before placing it into the tart pan as your hands may warm the dough.
  • Use real butter, not margarine.

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Peach Tart Recipe

Yield: 8 servings
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 50 minutes

a delicious fresh peach mixture baked in a buttery tart crust

Ingredients

  • For the Tart Crust:
  • 1 1/4 cup (174g) of all purpose flour
  • 8 tbsp (110g) of cold salted butter
  • 3-5 (44-74g) tbsp of cold water
  • For the Filling:
  • 3 large peaches
  • 3/4 cup (150 g) of white sugar
  • 1 tsp (2.6 g) cinnamon
  • 2 tbsp (17.4g) flour
  • 3 tbsp (43g) cold salted butter

Instructions

  1. Heat your oven to 425°F/218°C
  2. Begin by making the tart crust. Cube the butter and place it into a food processor along with the flour.
  3. Begin pulsing the food processor and add 3 tbsp of the cold water.
  4. Mix until the dough comes together adding the extra water if needed.
  5. Take the dough and roll it out onto a floured surface of a piece of parchment paper.
  6. Place the rolled-out dough into a tart pan and press it into place to shape. Set aside.
  7. For the filling.
  8. Slice the peaches into slightly thin long slices (as pictured).
  9. Place the peach slices into a bowl.
  10. Sprinkle the sugar and cinnamon on top. In a small separate bowl, place the cold butter and flour.
  11. Combine with a fork and pour the mixture into the peach bowl.
  12. Mix it all with a large spoon.
  13. Take the slices and begin lining them in a circular pattern until all the peaches are used.
  14. Pour any additional juices or butter chunks left inside the bowl over peaches.
  15. Bake for 30-35 min.
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 8 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 369Total Fat: 18gSaturated Fat: 11gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 48mgSodium: 145mgCarbohydrates: 49gFiber: 2gSugar: 29gProtein: 3g

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