This is a super simple tart I whipped up for a weekend breakfast using fruits I had on hand. It’s a recipe adapted from Sara Moulton’s French Apple Tart recipe on FoodNetwork. When I don’t want to make a crust from scratch, I use puff pastry dough (as shown) or even more better, flatbread. I peeled and cored (using a melon baller) an apple cut in half, sliced the apple thinly, and arranged the slices in a circular pattern along the edge. I then cut some apricots in half and arranged those. I dotted the fruit with butter and sprinkled some sugar over it, and then heated the tart the oven for about 30 minutes. In the meantime, I heated some apricot jam with water for a glaze. After taking the tart out of the oven, I placed fresh strawberries in the center. All the fruit was then brushed with the apricot jam for a glazed finish that makes it look like you bought it from a bakery.