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Equal parts rustic and elegant, this easy-to-make free form pie, or galette, is as beautiful as it is sweet. The deep purple berries and plum complement each other on top of a crisp, buttery crust for a fresh seasonal dessert. Beth, Recipe Hunter

Beth Wittenstein, NoshOnIt Recipe Hunter


Blackberry Plum Galette

A dessert that's easier than pie!

This stunning berry galette comes together so quickly and easily that the genius responsible dubs it “the lazy girl pie.” A galette is a free form pie originating in France in which the buttery dough is stretched and folded over the filling to contain the fruit and create a perfectly irregular edge. Galettes tend to be very simplistic and elegant, often highlighting just a single ingredient, so the quality becomes very important. This version features two of summer’s best fruits for a berry purple and incredibly inviting treat. Blackberries and plums are both naturally tart with a subtle sweetness, and mesh seamlessly together in this elegant and rustic dessert.


Audra Fullerton

My cooking philosophy is that in my kitchen you'll see a mix of simple classics and more challenging techniques that help me grow as a baker. I love baking with seasonal fruits and vegetables and creating something delicious and beautiful at the same time!

A woman of many titles, Audra is a newlywed, expectant mother, performer, and the heart and soul behind The Baker Chick. She created her blog in 2011 to document her culinary adventures in her tiny New York kitchen and hasn’t looked back since. With years of baking under her belt, Audra has discovered the secret to a life filled with sweets — sharing is caring! She’s quick to enjoy her creations with friends and family and shares her great recipes and beautiful photos with the rest of us.

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