Fig and Frangipane Tart

March 29, 2016
Fig Frangipane tart ~ delicious summer fruit bake

Fig Frangipane Tart

Adiós summer...
Adiós figs *insert tears :(here*
One of the oldest trees, figs are native to the Middle East and Mediterranean.
Superfood figs are known to be high in natural sugars, minerals, and soluble fibers.
Figs help keep our digestive system healthy as they contain pre-biotics

keeping good gut bacteria happy :D)
helps lower blood pressure (increase potassium), helps with weight loss
(high fiber will keep us feel full hence fewer hunger pangs and cravings)
and a good source of calcium that helps keep our bones healthy... :D

Figs are rich in minerals including potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, and copper, and are a good source of antioxidant vitamins A, E, and K

courtesy from Mr. Google

Let's do away with apples... It's "A fig a day keeps the doctor away!!!" *big grin :D*


Unfortunately for me... figs came with a high price tag over in Perth.
I could plant a fig tree in whatever little space I have left in my backyard, but then fruit flies will enjoy the labor of my hard work before I could :(...
Looks like I have to fork out a few extra dollars to enjoy these superfood superfruits :D in summer

Hubby brought home some figs from work, we ate some and saved some for my bake (been wanting to try bake something frangipane ;p)

Fig Frangipane Tart


  1. A delicious looking tart! I love frangipane.



  2. What a beautiful recipe and awesome photography skills! I want to make this as soon as possible :)

  3. I am a huge fan of frangipane! The tart looks sensational, Lisa.


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