Weight Loss Management Friendly Apple Tart

Weight Los Management Friendly Apple Tart

Desserts tend to be the weight loss management demons, as part of my healthy filling meals series I wanted to offer you a decadent apple tart to enjoy guilt free. Because you really need to eat to lose weight, including dessert!

The secret of this tart is to try to “caramelize” or “toast” the apple using as less butter and sugar as possible. It is a sort of “Tarte Tatin” but with many less calories!!!!

How to “caramelize” the apple

Melt the butter with the powdered sugar at low heat in the baking round pan. As soon as the butter starts melting turn the heat to high and add the fruit. Start mixing the fruit non stopping and at high heat until you can see that it is starting to toast. Remove the pan from heat.

What you Need

Yield: Serves 6 

1 tablespoon butter

1 tablespoon of powdered sugar

Fruit. Enough to fill a medium round bake container; 4 apples or 4 pears, or 2 mangoes or 1 pound (500 grams) of strawberries, blueberries and raspberries 

1 sheet of puff pastry previously defrosted

What to Do

Preheat the oven at 425 F

Peel and cut the fruit into medium pieces

“Caramelize” the fruit in the bake container as explained before

 Cover the fruit with the puff pastry sheet

Bake it for 20 minutes or until the pastry looks brown

Remove from oven and let it cool

Turn the cake into a deep plate to serve with the fruit upside

Serve with some vanilla ice cream if you have kept enough treats for the occasion.

Make sure that you reserve the carbs of your meals for the dessert. You can learn more about weight loss management friendly menu plans here

Enjoy it!

Over to You!

Are you ready to indulge yourself in this guilt free apple tart? 

Let me know if you are!

About the Author

Arantxa Mateo

Arantxa is a trained biologist, nutrition specialist and weight management coach. Born in Spain, she spent 5 years in Australia before moving to the US. Her motto is "Food is a pleasure. Nobody deserves to be on a diet."

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