Blood Orange Tart | For Your Valentine

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  1. That’s a beautiful tart/galette there Angie! Use of blood oranges is so unique. Love the heart shape!

  2. toozesty says:

    Wow, such a pretty tart! I have read that black/red/purple fruits and veggies often have more phytonutrients. So, you are getting a great benefit from your colorful garden variety!

  3. Oh my I love it, I have a real soft spot for blood oranges and have never had them in a tart before, it’s not just beautiful but sounds fantastically delicious. Beautiful Valentines Day treat!!

  4. Absolutely beautiful! Happy to have just found your site!

  5. lindaravello says:

    This looks awesome -I shall be making it next week

    • Angie says:

      Let me know what you think, Linda! Now just remember, if you’re not a fan of the slightly bitter pith of the oranges, you might want to cut them into segments instead, cutting away the pith completely. Takes longer but worth it especially if you have picky eaters at home ?

  6. Nancy says:

    I think I’m in love with your tart! So adorable, so festive and delicious blood oranges in all their glory!!

  7. Wow, this is one beautiful tart. I just love all of the beautiful color that the oranges kept through baking, and I love love citrus in the winter!

  8. Pretty tart, so appropriate for Valentine’s Day and a good use of these beautiful oranges. I just used some too but in a shrimp stir-fry – just delicious and such a yummy sauce – will post soon 🙂

  9. That’s beautiful, you can make that for me for Valentine’s Day if you like?!

    • Angie says:

      I would, too, if you live nearby! But you can make it yourself, too, very easily. I promise! Maybe you can tweak it and make a sugar free version. ??

  10. Loretta says:

    Such a beautiful and cheery tart Angie, I absolutely love it, those blood oranges showcase beautifully. Great photo composition too. Clever gal 🙂 Happy V-Day! 🙂

    • Angie says:

      Thanks, Loretta! This was easier to photograph probably. I didn’t have to sweat and struggle so much. Maybe I should make fruit tarts all the time, haha… ??

  11. Sandhya says:

    Angie, My heart is beating faster looking at that gorgeous and scrumptious tart! You have outdone yourself! It is simply spectacular!

    • Angie says:

      Aaw… You’re so nice! They’re pretty easy to make, Sandhya. Anybody can make it, really. Give it a try! If you can’t find blood oranges you can always use the regular kind. XOXO

  12. Ginger says:

    Gorgeous! And I absolutely agree about this being the fruit of all fruits … 🙂

  13. I like that layer of marmalade on the bottom of the crust. Love love love blood oranges and marmalade too! Do you know the Montreal woman who makes marmalades at Preservation Society? She is such a fun writer too. I have her ship her creations to me.

    • Angie says:

      No, haven’t heard of her, but I’ll check her out. I do love following fun writers. Especially one that makes marmalade, too. Thanks for the heads up! XOXO

  14. What a beautiful and refreshing tart!

  15. CakePants says:

    Wow, 5 bags?! There certainly won’t be any Vitamin C deficiencies in your household! This tart is seriously stunning. The colors alone are arresting, but you went the extra mile in shaping it into a heart. Gorgeous!

    • Angie says:

      Oh, I didn’t think about the Vit C connection, but you’re absolutely right! No one should be getting sick from now on, haha… So glad you like the tart, Mara! XOXO

  16. Angie! These look amazing. What a festive treat! I love blood oranges, but I can’t decide on a fruit combo that matches its flavor profile either! Happy Valentine’s Day. <3

    • Angie says:

      I found out most people think blood oranges have a raspberry undertone. Had a little bit of computer problem this morning. Sorry FF106 was a little late. 🙂

  17. Suchitra says:

    What a delectable tart! My son has been pestering me to make a pie for him! I think I will make this one! I am sure he will love the heart shape!

    • Angie says:

      Thanks, Su! This is a lot easier than pies, since it’s free-form. But make sure you remove all the white membrane from the oranges. That’s the only complaint I got from my family. 🙂

  18. This is one beautiful tart Angie!! Im not one for Valentine’s BUT I do love blood orange 🙂 And I completely agree with why do the norm when something extraordinary is available too!! I love the colours here, and I definitely want to try this 🙂 Pinned it too!

    • Angie says:

      Thanks so much, Dini! I’m so glad you like the tart. A little out of the ordinary every now and then is very much needed, right, to spice things up ? Valentine’s Day used to be more important to me, too, before I had children. Now it’s just another day, but with chocolate and flowers, haha…

  19. This tart is gorgeous, Angie! Love citrus!

  20. This looks amazing…..and the picture are mouthwatering. Such and fun recipe Angie.

  21. Your Tart looks sublime, Angie and I love the color of blood orange. Definitely a great winter tart! 🙂 Have a wonderful weekend! 🙂

  22. Jhuls says:

    So I haven’t tried blood oranges yet. But I guess I need to find some – the sooner, the better. And whether that additonal something is raspberry or pomegranate, I love them both. Anyway, the tart looks absolutely gorgeous, Angie! Indeed perfect for your valentine. 😉

  23. Goodness, what a gorgeous tart Angie! Happy Valentine’s day <3 <3

    • Angie says:

      Thanks, Naina! Have you been away on vacation? Not sure if I saw your Instagram post or I may be confusing posts, haha… Happy Valentine’s Day! ❤️❤️

  24. Sophie33 says:

    Waw, Angie! I love blood oranges too! A fantastic easy tart to make too! Fun & tasty! xxx

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