This recipe is easier than pie. Literally.
Think of a galette like a half-pie. You get the yummy taste of pie crust and a scrumptious peach filling, but it’s free-form, there’s no pan, no structure. Just do what feels good. I like that.
I’m not kidding about how easy this is. I created this peach galette on a Monday night, on the sofa in my living room while watching tv. Trashy, summertime reality tv too. No shame.
The hardest part is cutting the peaches, and even that isn’t so bad. Especially when, like me, you have to taste test each peach.
Cut some peaches, mix them with tasty things (like honey and rosemary), place on pie crust, bake. That’s it. I took a few minutes to delicately place them in a pretty circle, but you can just dump them all in the middle. I promise it will still taste just as good.
The savory addition of rosemary adds an unexpected a twist that has made me want to use this combination everywhere possible. I love rosemary because it’s a hearty herb and I’ve actually been able to keep my plant alive for over a year!! That means I always have some in the garden, ready to be used for soups, baked goods, or cocktails.
I highly recommend serving this warm with a few scoops of vanilla ice cream.