Tuesday, February 18, 2020

A Sweet Labor of Love Recipe Swap - Cinnamon Apple Galette


One of my favorite bloggers, Leslie from Once upon a time & happily every after is hosting a blog hop called A Sweet Labor of Love Recipe Swap.  Each of us is sharing a favorite sweet treat on our blogs.  Then, we will be hopping from one blog to the next to collect all the recipes.

After you check out my  recipe head over to Family.Love.Inspiration and see what Danielle has cooked up!


Now for my sweet recipe.

This is the second time I have made the Easy Peazy Cinnamon Apple Galette recipe from Broma Bakery and both times it was a big hit.

First I made it for my son and DIL's Friendsgiving and served it as a dessert option along with pumpkin ginger cookies.

This time I made it for a buffet dinner party we gave for 18 and offered vanilla ice cream with it as recommended. There were little chocolate biscotti available too or just ice cream as an option but the galette was the winner!

As most cook's do I made a few changes in how I made it. I used frozen pie pastries from Trader Joe's as I didn't want to take the time (effort?) to make them myself. I also bought large Granny Smith apples because I hate peeling lots of apples! Still peeled too many so we ended up with apple pecan salad for dinner. Also I arranged the apple slices differently but it all tastes the same.

If you like apple pie this is a pretty and fun change to make and is easier in my opinion.

 Taking a break from peeling apples!

 My way of arranging the apples.

 The butter melts right into the filling and it only takes 30 minutes to bake.

Fresh out of the oven cooling on a rack.




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5 comments:

  1. That looks delicious! I love that it sounds very simple to do and you can adjust it be any size you need - perfect!

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  2. It looks amazing! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. I like the tartness that granny smith apples give in pies and hope to try your recipe soon!

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  4. That looks so fancy and yet seems pretty easy to make. I love Granny Smith apples and didn't know there was any kind of pie pastry other than frozen!! Pinning and will be trying soon.
    Thank you for sharing and teaming up with me. AND for the SWEET words!! XO

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    1. Thanks but the pie pastry is frozen from Trader Joe's. Pretty good.

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