I still am, of course, but I couldn’t let another summer fly by without sharing this recipe. It’s the perfect time to make it! For one, you probably have tons of summer berries left over. And for another, I still say to make this year-round, especially when you want it to feel like summer. I try to combat that by going to Florida in January, but I love all things summer. Long after this one has gone, I’ll be making this Mixed Berry Galette recipe. There’s not a thing I don’t love about it.
Mixed Berry Galette Minis Recipe:
What You Need:
1 roll of Refrigerated Pie Crust
¼ cup of Turbinado Sugar
1 Egg beaten with a spoonful of water
½ cups of Raspberries
1/2 cups of Blackberries
½ cups of Blueberries
1 teaspoon of Lemon Zest
½ cup of Sugar
1 teaspoon of fresh Thyme, chopped
¼ cup of Whipped Topping
Makes – 6
What You Do:
1 – First, preheat oven to 350°F and line a large baking sheet with silicone liner or parchment paper
2 – Unroll the pie dough onto a well-floured surface and then using a 5 inch cookie cutter or a 5 inch bowl, cut out as many circles as possible
3 – Using a rolling-pin, roll out the scraps and continue to cut out more circles until the dough runs out – we got 6 (5-inch) circles
4 – Mix the blueberries, blackberries and the raspberries with sugar, lemon zest and chopped thyme leaves
5 – Place about a tablespoon and a half of berry mixture in the center of the cut out dough circle, leaving an inch of border
6 – Gently fold the over the edges of the crust, folding the dough in on itself to create a pleated rim
7 – Then, repeat with the rest of the dough circles. Place them in the prepared baking sheet
8 – Make an egg wash by beating together the egg and water – brush edges of each mini galette with the egg wash and sprinkle the crust with turbinado sugar
9 – Bake for 20 minutes or until the berry filling is bubbly and the crust is golden
10 – Then, let the mini galette cool in the baking sheet for 5 minutes and then let it finish off cooling on a wire rack
Lastly, serve at room temperature or slightly warm with a dollop of whipped topping and/or more fresh berries. (Optional)
Janine Huldie says
You had me at mixed berries! Seriously, this recipe looks to die for and totally going to try to make now for us before the summer is over. Thanks 🙂
I really recommend it year round!
Yes, we love fruit galettes as an easy dessert! I love this flavor combination!
Thank you! I first had one in Mystic, CT. I had never heard of galettes! Now I’m hooked.
These are absolutely beautiful! Pinning and drooling at the same time 🙂
haha, I’m great at the pin/drool multitask!
Krysten Quiles says
I NEED these in my life!
So perfect for a summer day! I love recipes with fresh fruit too! Pinned!