Harvest Apple Galette | Just Like Apple Pie!
Have a slice of my Harvest Apple Galette won’t you? Served warm, drizzled in caramel sauce, wouldn’t it be great with a cup of coffee? I love making galettes they are a deliciously easy way to make a pie, and of course very yummy!
Even though the Equinox has come and gone, we have plenty of the spectacular fall season ahead and nothing says fall more than apples and the harvest. So I really hope you love this Harvest Apple Galette.
A Galette is French for Tart, and the premise is basically the same. How long does it take to bake a galette? About the same time as a pie, but the difference is that when baking a galette you don’t need to fuss with fluting the pastry edges, and instead of a pie plate, you use a cookie sheet.
I’ve made galettes before – there is a Pear and Walnut Galette on the blog and I also teach how to make one in my udemy course How to Make Diner-Style Pies. It’s so easy, it will become your go to for pie baking.
For the easiest pie crust recipe, check out my Insanely Easy Pie Crust recipe on the blog…
RECIPE: one pie crust rolled out (about 14 – 16″)
TIP: roll out the pie crust on parchment paper and transfer it to the cookie sheet before you build your galette.
Ingredients: (see the recipe card below)
8 small apples (I used Paula Red) peeled & cored
fresh lemon juice
fresh lemon zest
Following the recipe below, gather all of the ingredients and mix together and place in the middle of the pie crust
Next and in a separate bowl, mix 1/2 cup brown sugar, 1/2 cup flour and 1/4 cup softened unsalted butter until the butter is completely blended.
Sprinkle this mixture on top of the apple mixture.
Wrap the pie crust around the apples, folding as you go. See how easy it is? Bake at 350F/180C for 55 minutes on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Let cool, drizzle with caramel sauce and dig in!!!
I’ll bet that’s the easiest Harvest Apple Galette you’ve ever made!
I am Apple Pie Crazy! I even have a Pinterest Board with that name! Check out my other delicious apple recipes: