This German Streusel Apricot Tart recipe, aka Aprikosen-Streuseltarte, is a quick and easy dessert. Serve this as a traditional ending to a great German meal, especially when you're trying to impress your guests. It tastes great warm or cold, especially when topped with whipped cream!
It not the usual apricot pie recipe because it doesn't have a regular "pie crust" as is common in Canada. Instead, it's more of a "murbeteig" pie crust that's so traditional in Germany (and I find, a lot easier to make!)
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