Mixed Berry Galette



 This was to be the crowning jewel of my planned dinner the day the stove blew.  Yep, fireworks under the glass top of the stove.  So, not to be stopped by a small (ok, not so small) problem, we pulled out the electric roaster and cooked it in that.  It came out quite well and tasted wonderful.  This is a really fresh and not too sweet dessert that just hit the spot after a busy day.  We all sat out and enjoyed a beautiful spring evening and ate dinner under the stars.  I really hope that you try this sometime.  It is not a dish that has to be perfect as it is supposed to be a rustic dish so you perfectionists, don't go crazy over this.  Enjoy!  Let us know if you try it.  We LOVE to hear from you!!!


We girls made this one evening and it came out so good.  The fact that it was at night for an outdoor meal means the photos of the finished product are not all that good.  This means we need to make it again to get good shots of it. Oh darn!

Mixed Berry Buckle

1 ½ cups of organic flour
1 ½ tbsp of raw organic sugar
¼ of a cup of grass fed butter (cold)
¼ tsp of baking soda in 5 Tbsp of spring water

Mix your flour and sugar in a bowl or in your food processor, add the cold butter and mix until it is crumbling. Slowly add the water until it makes a ball. Roll out to a 4-inch circle and put in saran wrap and put in the fridge for an hour or two. On a lightly floured counter top or cutting board roll out your dough to fit a 9” baking round pan or an 11x 7-inch rectangle dish. Let 2” of the dough hang over all sides.

5-6 cups of mixed berries or your favorite berry
½ cups of raw organic sugar
4 tbsp of grass fed butter

Pour your berries in the middle and sprinkle with sugar. Place some pats of butter over the top and then fold your edges toward the center. The edges will not meet but it will leave an open center. It will look rustic, it is supposed to enjoy it's rustic beauty. Place in a pre-heated 425 F oven for 45 minutes. Serve with a dollop of fresh whipped cream.



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