Tomato Tart & Pie!!

Seems like everything I have been posting lately is about tomatoes. But, I don’t want to waste any of them. This was a delicious tart recipe I found , Heirloom Cherry Tomato Tart by TasteFood.  I used the larger purple cherry tomatoes. They had  so much flavor. Recipe: 1 sheet puff pastry dough, rolled out and pierced with a fork all over. Onto parchment paper, bake 15 min 400. Take out, top with cut cherries , drizzle with olive oil S & P. Back in the oven for 12 min.( I topped it with some fresh mozz. ) 

Now the pie recipe has nothing to do with anything from the box or the farmers market. And, anyone who knows me, knows that I don’t bake. But this pie sounded just like something Bob & GP would love. It does challenge the difficulty level of Kim’s home made ice cream.  ( Ha Ha Ha !) I got this recipe, yes Carolyn, from The Conneaut Courier. The article is called At Home With….Vickie Marcy. The pie- Lemonade Pie. Recipe  : 4 cups softened  vanilla ice cream , 6 oz. can frozen lemonade concentrate, thawed, 8 oz. container frozen whipped topping, thawed, 1 graham cracker pie crust. ( I bought it.)  Stir everything together  & pour into the pie crust.  Freeze at least 4 hours.  I tasted the filling before I put it in the pie shell and it is tasty!  Big slice for GP tomorrow!

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4 thoughts on “Tomato Tart & Pie!!

  1. Carolyn Galizio

    I have one more of those puff pastry sheets, so I am going to try the tomato tart. I made the quiche yesterday that you posted with the potatoes and the spinach. It was so good and I have a slice for lunch!

    I can’t believe that you made a dessert!

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