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Tasty Tuesday - Berries Gallette

Posted by Claudia Moser on 5:39 AM in ,

For the crust you can use your favorite pie crust.  Then in a mixing bowl add the berries,
sugar, a couple of Tbsp. organic cornstarch or flour to thicken while it bakes.  Bake in oven at 375 degrees until berries are cooked and crust just starts to turn a light brown.  This will take about 40 min.

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10 Comments


Oh, it sure looks yummy pie♡♡♡ I love sweets!!!
Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*


Oooh this sounds easy and looks delicious.


Claudia, This looks so delicious, I will make one today!


That looks so tasty


@Miyako - I also love sweets, and this is easy to make so more reason to bake it :)
@Luan - indeed :) right on!
@Linda - wow, do tell me how it went!
@Eva - thanks!


Oh gosh Claudia, now that really does look delicious. I might have mine with cream, or some lovely custard! Hope all is well with you my friend.


@Diane - custard sounds good :) and yes, all is well on my side, what about you?


you sure make it sound easy! I'll have mine with some vanilla ice cream please! what a treat.


@Kathi - it is easy :) and your choice as side dish is perfect!
@Annmarie - yep!

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