Rustic Peach Galette
There’s this quaint little neighborhood farmer’s market about 15 minutes from our house…and we found fresh zucchini, tomatoes, and a summer favorite, PEACHES! I’ve always wanted to try a peach galette, so I looked through a few recipes on Pinterest HERE. I made an adjustment to the recipe and used this recipe for a buttery pie crust HERE and it turned out wonderfully!
There is something so soothing about rolling out a homemade pie crust. It’s one of my favorite things to make, and I probably only make one or two a year. My family is a cookie kind of family. Pies and fruits don’t rank highly with my people…they prefer chocolate. But in the summer, I just can’t miss the chance to use fresh fruits.
And what’s so great about a rustic galette, is that you don’t have to be precise. You just slice and mix the fruit, then fold over the edges. It’s so easy to put together! (And I had enough crust to make two small galettes)
For the fruit mixture, I used this recipe HERE, it’s very simple 🙂
It turned out beautifully and my family loved it! We actually baked it and ate it for breakfast. Of course, it would be amazing as a dessert with a scoop of ice cream.
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So, do you have fresh peaches on hand this summer? I hope you’ll take an afternoon and enjoy making this wonderful peach galette. And, if you do…please let me know if you try it!
Tell me, what is your favorite summer dessert? Leave a comment and tell me all about it!
Thanks so much for stopping by to visit my blog today! Enjoy your weekend!
And for another yummy dessert…check out my friends at Vintage Society Co. with their Rustic Rhubarb Galette HERE