The Galette Story 3 comments


On a lazy Sunday and when I wanted a sweet treat for breakfast I decided to see what I could come up with some ingredients on hand, so easy peasy I used a can of crescent rolls frozen berries, sugar-free strawberry jam and a little dusting of powder sugar to finish.

Berry Crescent Rolls

You can see pretty easy…. un-package the rolls and I tired 2 ways I was going for a galette idea and then the more traditional croissant. The filling was easy, I spread some strawberry jam topped with frozen fruit and that is it. You can see not much room to work with so it didn’t take much to fill either the croissant or the galette. Of course, most galette’s are made using a pie crust dough but I was going for the look but more for the sweet taste of berries.

We have had some wonderful recipes shared in our linky parties that look delicious but I have never tried one…yet. Here it is 

Cherishing A Sweet Life  //French Apple-Cherry Galette // One of my favorite Fall comfort foods has to be anything made with Apples. Today I am sharing with you, this delectable and rustic French Apple-Cherry Galette. It’s almost like having the best of both worlds, with Apple and Cherry tart! The crust is delicate and buttery, and the Salted Caramel sauce finishes off this lovely dessert!

And yet another that was feature Delicious Recipe for A Rustic, French Apple Galette Recipe It’s apple-picking season, so after you’ve picked to your heart’s content, this tart is an oh-so-delicious way to use some of your bounties.

Apparently Galette is a term used in French cuisine to designate various types of flat round or freeform crusty cakes,[1]

Dont they look delicious?

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