Make this blueberry and blackberry galette for your friends and family - they will love you for it. Or, make it, hide it, and eat it all yourself. Either way, it's a win.
There's a few things I need you to know about this galette - one is that even though it takes two and a half hours to make, that isn't all hands on time. This is actually a pretty simple and straightforward recipe. You can make the dough in a food processor, which is super quick, but be careful not to overwork it and blend it for long periods of time. Become friends with the pulse button.
I probably took a few too many photos of this galette, but can you blame me? It's so pretty!
I absolutely love blueberries. The way I justify eating them year round is buying them frozen. In my experience blueberries have a *very* short time they're in season, meaning you're either buying them outside their peak or you have to get them frozen. Frozen fruit and veggies work for me because they're picked at their peak. I don't find a handful of frozen blueberries super appealing (I love frozen grapes though - they are a delicious snack), but they work wonderfully for pies, galettes, and other baked goods. Just let them thaw out a bit before throwing them in the oven!