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TWD: Berry Galette


By the looks of the picture in the book, Baking With Julia, I knew this would be great.

But, I was disappointed, not by the taste, but the size, the recipe called for half the Galette recipe and it just wasn’t much, but I still held on to some faith.  I rolled out the dough, and thats when I lost it.


I rolled it thin just as it called for, and it wasn’t that large in size at all.  Dang picture in the book fooled me!!!

I used peaches as they are in season and I was able to get Palisades peaches, and anyone from Colorado knows, THEY ARE THE BEST…my So-Cal born husband even agrees.


When the recipe tells you its best eaten the same day, they mean it, so gobble that pup up!

Go check out Lisa of Tomato Thymes in the Kitchen and Andrea of The Kitchen Lioness for the recipe as they were the host of this tasty treat (small, yet tasty)!



Author: Raelynn

Born in small town South Dakota, raised in Sin City Las Vegas, now living in Mile High is my adventure and I'm sharing it here, one project, one recipe, one day at a time.

6 thoughts on “TWD: Berry Galette

  1. Peaches are a great choice right now. We made two galettes and they made a nice snack for 6 people – not enough for a dessert proper, though.

  2. Peaches were a lovely choice – they are in season here in the Northeast as well and ever so juicy 🙂

  3. Your peaches look lovely! I agree it wasn’t very big. For me that was good though because I don’t think I could eat much more.

  4. I’ve been stuck on berries for weeks now. Your peaches are tempting me!

  5. I HAD to add nectarine to the berries: in my opinion is one of the best fillings!
    When I made the pie I noticed too late, that the dough we would use was 1/2 of it.
    For this one, I saw it on time but decided to make the whole batch: …and I was sooo pleased!
    The size is too small for 4 “dessert lovers” like we are!
    I love your “all peach” galette and today I’ve just bought 2 kg of them… now I know what to do with them!

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