Yield: Yields one 9-inch tart.
Servings: eight to twelve.
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I have made this dessert: it is delicious and a gorgeous presentation.
I do have a question: Can this dish be prepared in advance and frozen? If so, is it best frozen before or after baking?
(I am trying to get a head start on my Christmas baking).
Made this for the first time yesterday - November 3, 2017. Absolutely excellent! Probably would serve it with some vanilla ice cream or whipped cream the next time I make it but was easily eaten all on its own! It's the perfect combination of somewhat tart and somewhat sweet.
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