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Almond & Pear Rose Tarts

These pretty little two-bite almond and pear tarts are perfect for party buffets, especially in the fall when pears are in season. Thinly slicing the pears lets you roll up the tarts more neatly, giving you a bakery-worthy presentation. If you have a mandoline, this is a good time to pull it out. Cold puff pastry is important to ensure you get irresistibly flaky results. Want to make this easy, healthy dessert gluten-free? Just swap in gluten-free puff pastry, found in the freezer section of most grocery stores. And don't forget to use an all-purpose gluten-free flour blend to roll it out!

Mostly Raw Blueberry-Elderflower Pie

Blueberry lovers, this is the pie for you. Piled into a vanilla wafer crust is a mound of fresh berries held together with a thickened blueberry puree flavored with elderflower liqueur. It's the ultimate expression of fresh blueberry goodness. Greek yogurt combines with beaten whipping cream for a luscious topping with a little tang to complement the berries. You can substitute orange liqueur for the elderflower, or stir in fruit juice (such as blueberry, grape or apple) for an alcohol-free version. The pie is best enjoyed the day it's made because the crust will be at its crispy best.