Apple Galette, Gluten-Free As Well As Simpler Than Pie!
Apples and spice go together so well! Just about all they need is a little something to wrap around them while they bake…like some pastry crust. I’ve made a lot of gluten-free apple pies, but none of them were any better than this galette.
I like the form of a galette for baking the fruit filling. A galette doesn’t have a seam around the edge to come unsealed and leak sticky syrup all over the pie pan, the oven, the rack and everything else. I don’t miss the taste of the thick, crimped dough in the seam, either. Best of all, the way the pastry folds back over the filling from the edge makes a rustic, eye-appealing dessert that is also easy to serve.
When I began seeing galettes made with different fillings, I knew the first one I would make ought to be with apples.
Here is a simple, gluten-free recipe for dessert which can be made with a variety of sweeteners, depending on what you like. With my family, the traditional sugar is usually most popular. For me, I’ve found that less refined sweeteners like agave, honey or palm sugar work better.
Gluten-Free Apple Galette
1 each 9 inch pie crust, gluten-free (I
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