Berry Galette

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Okay, tell me if this sounds familiar…You take time once a week to go to he grocery store (or have groceries delivered) you buy all kinds of different fresh fruits and vegetables because…if you have them readily available in the house YOU and EVERYONE you live with will grab for the good stuff first…Right?

Then a few days later your fruits are turning faster than they are getting eaten. Urgh! 

I get it, I live it too!  So, what do you do with all those berries?

~ Make a sweet treat to save your berries from being thrown away and make your family and friends smile.

I also bought a flat of peaches that we ate, but just couldn’t get through before they got mushy. What to do? 

Make a Galette!!!!

I don’t know about you but I typically have a couple pre-made pie crusts I keep frozen. Using pre-made makes this a fast dessert to throw together.

Tools:

Knife

Cutting board 

Strainer

Round baking dish

Parchment

Pizza cutter

Small bowl and fork for egg wash

Medium size bowl for your berries

Ingredients:  

1/2 pound  washed cleaned strawberries

1/2 pint washed blueberries

Lemon thyme 1T.

4 peaches sliced thin

1/4c brown sugar

1/2 fresh lemon juiced

1 pre-made pie crust (or make your own fresh crust)

1 egg

pinch pink salt

Method:

Preheat oven to 375. Defrost your pie crust. Wash and pat dry your berries. Cut your strawberries,and peaches. I like to slice my peaches thin. When they are on the brink, they may be a little mushy, perfect for baking.

Add all  fruit to the bowl and mix in the brown sugar, lemon juice, stir with your spatula to coat them all. I also added some fresh herbs I had and needed to use up.  Lemon thyme, soooo mellow and aromatic, not thyme-y at all. If you haven’t tReid it, you should!

Unroll your pie crust, leaving enough to fold over your filling. 

About 3 inches.

Egg wash the folded crust area and sprinkle with brown sugar.

Bake at 375 for 40 minutes.

Enjoy this homemade whipped cream, you can find my recipe whipped cream, I also share that recipe.

Liv to Eat

Sarah

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