S’more Tart



I know that tarts are supposed to be ‘fancy’ and all, but the s’more combo had to hit the tart scene sooner or later and I just wanted to make sure I was there when it did… that usually happens when you’re the one making it! Yet another reason why I love the kitchen. Anyways, hopefully y’all enjoyed the video and let me know what other kinds of tarts you’d like to see!!

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1 tsp salt

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1 cup sugar
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