French Apple Tart – Delicious Apple Pie, Healthy Recipe – Ahbonbon

French Apple Tart – Delicious Apple Pie, Healthy Recipe – Ahbonbon

French Apple Tart – Delicious Apple Pie, Healthy Recipe –

My girlfriend got proposed after serving my French apple tart to her boyfriend after 10 dates. I made 10 pies for her and placed them in her freezer. She reheated the pie in the oven and served it to him after each date. This is the kind of dessert that you would find in fine restaurants.

Apple tart is the French version of the American apple pie. The French tart, however, has a lot more apples and a lot less sugar and butter. Apple tart is one of my favorite desserts, and it is always a big hit when I bring it to a potluck. The tart can also be frozen to be enjoyed later.

Lynn D. Ahbonbon has traveled the world to visit more than 30 countries, lived in France, Germany, South Korea, Vietnam, and United States, and speaks fluently French, English, and Vietnamese. She attended college in the United States and received a BS and an MBA from University of Southern California (USC).

After holding several corporate positions and president of an economic development corporation specializing in entrepreneurship education for 15 years, and facing three young relatives with cancer, Ahbonbon now has a clear mission: help people live their lives to the fullest by being positive, having a good state of mind, and eating good, healthy homemade meals. She also provides her expertise to help businesses minimize failure.
Her entrepreneurship book, Success Begins at Home (The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Start and Succeed), has received an excellent industry review by ForeWord Reviews and is classified as good book. Her Worldly Home Cooking and Food Made at Home books invite readers to try international dishes and make them be aware of the toxins in food that the food industry does not want to reveal.

For book details, business wisdom and healthy living resources, recipe demonstration videos, or book purchase, please visit The books are available at major bookstores worldwide in both eBook and paperback.
“Ah-Bon Bon” means “Really Good” in French

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