Peach-and-Blue Cheese Bites

  • Brittiny Posted: 02/15/09
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    These taste great and look pretty. Assembly is a little tedious, but worth it!

  • Dougal13 Posted: 10/26/09
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    These are a huge hit at our parties. I used the frozen phyllo tartlet shells found in supermarkets. Make extra as they go fast!

  • BeckyCA Posted: 03/03/09
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    These were a hit! And pretty easy to make too. I couldn't find tartlet shells so I used puff pastry cut into 2" squares. I used apricot spread instead of peach, and crushed walnuts instead of almonds. I made a 2nd batch with strawberry preserves, brie chunks and sliced almonds...sort of a deconstructed baked brie! If you use puff pastry you'll need to cook the squares for 5 minutes before adding the toppings since the pastry takes longer to bake. Add toppings and bake for 5-6 min as instructed.

  • BeckyWilson Posted: 12/04/09
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    I love these little tartlets! I didn't think they were too bad to assemble and they taste great! Easy finger food for parties.

  • Diana09 Posted: 12/12/09
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    Awesome! Very easy to make the shells. (Don't forget to prick the dough with a fork before baking or the shells will come out funny, had to toss that batch). I filled with cranberry preserves, brie, and almonds. All wonderful reviews - they went fast! Definitely will be making again.

  • Shari0012 Posted: 12/20/10
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    Using salted almonds made this a little too salty for my taste, and gorgonzola made for too-strong flavor. Will use Brie next time. The link recipe for tartlets made with refrigerated pie crust was kind of bland.

  • sandyeandi Posted: 12/29/11
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    I mixed apricot and gorgonzola together and put in shells. Every one loved them. So easy!

  • susanmcgee Posted: 04/23/13
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    They were good, but didn't knock my socks off.


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