Pumpkin Chai Crinkle Cookies.

Pumpkin chai crinkle cookies are the perfect cookie for fall! Spiced, pumpkin crinkles rolled in powdered sugar and baked until chewy, light and fluffy. They are super easy to make and absolutely delicious! If you want the ultimate chewy spiced pumpkin cookie this first fall weekend, I’ve got you. These pumpkin chai crinkles are a […]

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Pumpkin chai crinkle cookies are the perfect cookie for fall! Spiced, pumpkin crinkles rolled in powdered sugar and baked until chewy, light and fluffy. They are super easy to make and absolutely delicious!

If you want the ultimate chewy spiced pumpkin cookie this first fall weekend, I’ve got you.

pumpkin chai crinkle cookies

These pumpkin chai crinkles are a serious dream. Chewy. Spiced. Pumpkin-y. A little fluffy. So super good.

They are the perfect treat to have with coffee or stick in the cookie jar. Everyone will love ’em.

pumpkin crinkle dough

Do you remember when I went through a big pumpkin chai phase? These pumpkin chai muffins were a fast favorite. Then, my pumpkin coffee cake with chai ice cream! Oh my gosh, that is the epitome of fall. So spiced, wonderful and delicious. 

Well, apparently I fell back into 2016 or so because I couldn’t stop thinking about pumpkin chai cookies. Specially, pumpkin chai crinkle cookies! 

pumpkin chai crinkle cookies

We are huuuuge fans of crinkle cookies over here. My sprinkle crinkles in The Pretty Dish are on repeat all the time. Traditional chocolate crinkles were a staple in Mother Lovett’s recipe box and they are one of the first cookies I make every holiday season. Everyone adores them. 

I also make lemon crinkle cookies, because there is nothing better than a chewy lemon cookie! Lemon crinkles are a staple as well, and I make them all throughout the year. Spring, summer, holiday time – you name it. 

pumpkin chai crinkle cookies

Basically, you cannot go wrong with a crinkle cookie. They are delightfully dense and chewy, but light at the same time. Rich and decadent and full of flavor.

So there must be a pumpkin version! 

pumpkin chai crinkle cookies

You know how the traditional chocolate crinkles are very chewy – almost like a brownie? These fall somewhere in between chocolate crinkles and traditional cakier pumpkin cookies. I love both for different reasons, and the texture and chew on these combined with the surprise of slight fluffiness is the perfect combination. 

pumpkin chai crinkle cookies

My iced pumpkin cookies are a classic – very cakey, light, moist and spiced. The icing takes them over the top and they almost resemble a cupcake.

Years ago, I tested recipes over and over to come up with the perfect chewy pumpkin chocolate chip cookie. The end result used pumpkin butter, which I adore. It’s also what I use in my pumpkin pie oatmeal.

And while I love pumpkin butter, I wanted to make sure these cookies were simpler and you could grab some pumpkin puree and go. That’s what most people have on hand.

Because of the puree, they do have a light cakiness to them, but still some chew too. I use the base of the Libby’s pumpkin crinkle and add my homemade chai spice mix. It.is.perfect.

pumpkin chai crinkle cookies

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Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream

This strawberry cheesecake ice cream is rich and decadent, pairing zingy sweet fruit with creamy vanilla and graham cracker chunks!…

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This strawberry cheesecake ice cream is rich and decadent, pairing zingy sweet fruit with creamy vanilla and graham cracker chunks!

Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream

In the mood for a treat? Try this over-the-top dessert: Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream! This homemade ice cream is decadent and rich, featuring zingy-sweet fruit against a creamy vanilla base and soft graham cracker chunks. Take one bite and you’ll mumble “wow” before immediately poising your scoop for another. (At least, that’s what we did!) It takes a bit of effort to put together, but it’s worth it for this special indulgence. Our family went crazy over this one…and it’s hard to find a person who doesn’t!

Ingredients in strawberry cheesecake ice cream

This strawberry cheesecake ice cream recipe has several components and takes a bit of time to put together. But if you’re up for the challenge of making a showstopper of a dessert recipe, it’s absolutely worth it! This recipe uses our base cheesecake ice cream recipe, then swirls in a homemade strawberry sauce. You can also shortcut the recipe a bit by using purchased strawberry jam, which makes it more manageable. Here’s what you’ll need for this recipe:

  • Cream cheese
  • Cornstarch
  • Whole milk
  • Granulated sugar
  • Heavy cream
  • Kosher salt
  • Vanilla extract
  • Graham crackers
  • Strawberry sauce: strawberries, sugar, balsamic vinegar and cinnamon
Strawberry cheesecake ice cream

Homemade strawberry sauce and a shortcut

The best way to make this strawberry cheesecake ice cream? With homemade strawberry sauce! It has a pure, sweet tart flavor that’s not possible with any other store-bought shortcut. In particular, we love how the balsamic vinegar and cinnamon flavors accent the sweet berries. It takes a few minutes to prep and 10 minutes to simmer on the stove.

But we get it! Sometimes you don’t have the extra 15 minutes or want to clean up a sticky pan. (Noted!) So you can easily make this ice cream recipe with purchased strawberry jam. Try to find the best brand you can: a more expensive jam will most likely taste better than the cheapest jar on the shelf.

Strawberries

Required equipment: ice cream maker

Strawberry cheesecake ice cream requires an ice cream maker, so make sure to have one hand before you start! You’ll find this piece of equipment a great investment you can use to make sorbetssherbet and ice creams year round. There are two main types of ice cream makers to try:

  • Freezer bowl ice cream maker (inexpensive). This type of ice cream maker is the most economical choice. Here’s the 2 quart freezer bowl ice cream maker we use. It’s a little more expensive than some in the category, but it’s held up well over time. With this type of maker, make sure to freeze the base of the ice cream maker overnight before churning.
  • Automatic ice cream maker (expensive, but easy to use!). Do you make ice cream often? You might want to consider this automatic ice cream maker, which is larger and more expensive. It requires no pre-freezing of the base, so you can make ice cream any time you please.

How to make strawberry cheesecake ice cream (basic steps)

This strawberry cheesecake cream recipe is a classic ice cream: you’ll make a custard base, then churn in an ice cream maker, then add mix-ins and freeze it again in your freezer. It does take a bit of effort to put together, but it’s well worth it for an over-the-top treat! Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Make the custard (5 minutes): Soften the cream cheese. Simmer the cornstarch, whole milk and sugar 4 to 5 minutes, taking care that it doesn’t boil. Then add in the heavy cream, more milk and vanilla. Pour it over the cream cheese and whisk to combine.
  • Cool the custard (1 hour): Cool down the custard before churning it. You can do this in a few ways. Our favorite is to transfer the mixture to a large metal or glass bowl and place the bowl in a smaller bowl of ice water for 1 hour.
  • Make the strawberry sauce (during the cool time): Make the homemade strawberry sauce. Place it in the refrigerator to chill.
  • Churn (25 minutes): Then churn the custard in the ice cream maker.
  • Add the graham crackers and strawberry sauce: Swirl the chopped graham crackers and strawberry sauce into the custard (if using).
  • Freeze or “ripen” for hard ice cream texture (at least 2 hours): Freeze the ice cream for 2 to 4 hours for a scoop-able, hard ice cream texture.
Strawberry cheesecake ice cream

Storage info

Some homemade ice cream recipes turn into a frozen block after storing for more than a day. But this strawberry cheesecake ice cream stays creamy over the storage time! (The secret? Cornstarch keeps it creamy over time.) The flavor is best right away, but you can store this ice cream for up to 2 weeks and it still tastes delicious.

After you store the ice cream in the freezer for several days, it will be very hard. Allow the pan to sit at room temperature for 10 to 15 minutes before scooping.

More ice cream recipes

There are so many ways to use your ice cream maker to make homemade treats! Here are a few of our favorite ice cream recipes:

This strawberry cheesecake ice cream recipe is…

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Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream

Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream


  • Author: Sonja Overhiser
  • Prep Time: 1 hour 30 minutes (including chill time)
  • Cook Time: 15 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour 45 minutes
  • Yield: 1 quart

Description

This strawberry cheesecake ice cream is rich and decadent, pairing zingy sweet fruit with creamy vanilla and graham cracker chunks!


Ingredients

For the ice cream

  • 8 ounces cream cheese, softened
  • 2 tablespoons cornstarch 
  • 1 ½ cups whole milk
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • ⅛ teaspoon kosher salt
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
  • 2 whole graham crackers, chopped

For the strawberry sauce (or substitute 2/3 cup purchased strawberry jam)

  • 2 cups diced strawberries (¾ pound)
  • ¼ cup sugar
  • 1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar
  • ¼ teaspoon cinnamon

Instructions

Note: Make sure to freeze the base of your ice cream maker overnight before making this recipe.

  1. Soften the cream cheese by placing it on a plate and microwaving for 10 seconds per side. Place the cream cheese in a large metal bowl and cut into a few pieces.
  2. In a medium saucepan, slowly whisk the cornstarch into 1 cup whole milk, then whisk in the sugar. Apply medium heat and heat for 4 to 6 minutes, whisking frequently, until it just starts to bubble and the mixture thickens.
  3. Remove the mixture from the heat and pour it over the cream cheese. Whisk vigorously until it is fully smooth (it will start out chunky). Stir in the remaining ½ cup whole milk, heavy cream, salt and vanilla extract.
  4. Place the bowl with the custard in a smaller bowl of ice water for 1 hour, making sure not to splash any water into the ice cream. Alternatively, simply place the bowl in the refrigerator and wait for 3 to 4 hours or until the temperature drops to 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
  5. Meanwhile, make the strawberry sauce (or make it ahead): Clean, hull and dice the strawberries. Add them to a medium saucepan with sugar, balsamic vinegar and cinnamon and cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally while it bubbles gently. Cook about 9 to 10 minutes, until all the berries are cooked down. Immediately transfer to a medium bowl and place in the refrigerator to cool (we recommend first placing it in the freezer for about 10 minutes to speed up the cooling process.)
  6. Churn according to your ice cream maker instructions, about 25 minutes for soft serve consistency. Transfer half the ice cream to a loaf pan or freezer container, add a layer of chopped graham crackers and strawberry sauce, then top with the remaining half and more graham crackers and strawberry sauce. Insert a butter knife vertically into the pan and draw an S pattern through the ice cream a few times to distribute the graham crackers and fruit. Freeze in the freezer for at least 2 hours (or up to 4 hours). Store in a loaf pan with a parchment sheet over the top or a sealed container for up to 2 weeks. Allow the pan to sit at room temperature for 10 to 15 minutes before scooping.
  • Category: Ice Cream
  • Method: Frozen
  • Cuisine: American
  • Diet: Vegetarian

Keywords: Strawberry cheesecake ice cream

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Pineapple Sorbet

Pineapple sorbet is full of pure fruity, tropical flavor! This refreshing frozen dessert recipe is simple to whip up at…

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Pineapple sorbet is full of pure fruity, tropical flavor! This refreshing frozen dessert recipe is simple to whip up at home.

Pineapple Sorbet

Got a fresh pineapple on hand? Here’s a fantastic way to use it: Pineapple Sorbet! This frozen treat is bursting with pure, tropical fruit flavor. It has the best frosty, creamy texture and it’s so irresistible, no one can turn it down! All you need are a handful of ingredients and an ice cream maker to whip up this frozen dessert. We promise, neighbors and friends will come flocking! This was a big hit in our house, and we hope it will be in yours.

Ingredients for pineapple sorbet

Pineapple sorbet is quick and simple with just a few ingredients! While we’ve experimented with frozen pineapple in a sorbet, the best flavor we’ve found it using fresh pineapple. You’ll also need a blender and an ice cream maker (more on that below). The ingredients for pineapple sorbet are:

  • Fresh pineapple
  • Lime juice
  • Sugar

All you need to do? Blend the pineapple, lime and sugar with ice, then freeze the mixture in an ice cream maker for about 20 minutes. It comes together into a beautiful, frosty puree. Looking for more with fresh pineapple? Browse these 20 Pineapple Recipes You’ll Love.

Pineapple Sorbet

How to cut a pineapple

The most challenging thing about working with a fresh pineapple? How to cut it! It’s notoriously difficult to wrangle this large fruit. Here’s a quick primer on how to feel and chop it into chunks quickly:

  • Cut off the top and bottom: Use a large chef’s knife to cut off the top and bottom of the pineapple.
  • Remove the skin: Remove the skin of the pineapple by slicing it off, following the shape of the pineapple. 
  • Slice into quarters and core: Slice the pineapple in half lengthwise. Lay down each pineapple half on the flat cut side, and cut it in half lengthwise again. Remove the core by cutting it out at an angle. 
  • Dice: Slice each quarter in half lengthwise, then turn it and slice in the other direction to create pineapple chunks.

Want to see it in action? Here’s a video showing How to Cut a Pineapple: it breaks down the method and is the easiest way to learn knife skills.

Ice cream maker tips

The main tool you need for sorbet is an ice cream maker. It’s a great investment, and you can use it to make sorbets and ice creams all year round. Here’s the 2 quart ice cream maker we use: we’ve had ours for years and it holds up well. We highly recommend getting one: it’s worth the storage space.

Pineapple Sorbet

Make ahead & storage for pineapple sorbet

Pineapple sorbet is best the day it’s made: so if you can, churn it right before serving! You can also freeze it a few hours for a more solid texture, but freezing overnight makes it very solid. Here are a few tricks to working with leftovers:

  • Make the puree up to 2 days in advance. You can refrigerate until you’re ready to churn.
  • Line a storage container with parchment paper. This helps so the sorbet doesn’t freeze to the edges of the container and makes it easier to defrost.
  • Churn the sorbet up to 2 hours in advance of serving. The texture will be nicely solid at this point and easy to scoop into balls.
  • Leftovers save 1 week, but defrost at room temp for 20 to 30 minutes. Make time to leave it out the container on the counter until it defrosts. Don’t expect it to be like store-bought sorbet, which stays softer in the freezer.

More sorbet recipes

Fruit sorbets are quick and easy to whip up, and always a crowd pleaser! Here are a few of our favorite sorbet recipes:

This pineapple sorbet recipe is…

Vegetarian, vegan, plant-based, dairy-free and gluten-free.

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Pineapple Sorbet


  • Author: Sonja Overhiser
  • Prep Time: 30 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Total Time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: 1 quart (4 cups or 8 servings)

Description

Pineapple sorbet is full of pure fruity, tropical flavor! This refreshing frozen dessert recipe is simple to whip up at home.


Ingredients

  • 6 cups (2 pounds) fresh pineapple, peeled and chopped
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 4 tablespoons lime juice
  • 1 cup ice
  • 1 pinch kosher salt

Instructions

Note: Make sure the base of the ice cream maker is frozen overnight before making this recipe.

  1. Peel and chop the pineapple.
  2. Place the pineapple in a food processor or high-powered blender and puree. Add the sugar, lime juice, ice and salt and puree until smooth. (To make ahead, you can refrigerate at this point until you want to churn, up to 2 days.)
  3. Pour the mixture into an ice cream maker and freeze for 20 to 25 minutes. The texture will be frosty and creamy at this point. Serve immediately. Or, line a container with parchment paper and freeze up to 2 hours day of. Store in a parchment lined sealed container for up to 1 week; allow to come to room temperature for about 20 to 30 minutes before scooping.
  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: Frozen
  • Cuisine: Dessert
  • Diet: Vegan

Keywords: Pineapple sorbet

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Salted Peanut Butter and Jelly Rice Krispy Treats.

Hello snack time! These peanut butter and jelly rice krispy treats are a fun twist on the original snack and one we love so much. Made with freeze dried strawberries and flaky salt, you won’t want to pass this one up! As if I needed a reason to love rice krispy treats even more… Is […]

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Hello snack time! These peanut butter and jelly rice krispy treats are a fun twist on the original snack and one we love so much. Made with freeze dried strawberries and flaky salt, you won’t want to pass this one up!

As if I needed a reason to love rice krispy treats even more…

peanut butter and jelly rice krispy treats

Is it possible to make a perfect treat more… perfect?! We’re going to try!

These salted peanut and jelly rice krispy treats are the quintessential snack time treat and can’t be passed up.

peanut butter and marshmallows

My salted peanut butter rice krispy treats are one of the most loved treats here on the website. I can’t explain how much we adore them too. They are so chewy, so crispy, so rich and light at the same time.

So I knew that making a PB & J version would be a huge hit. And super easy too!

peanut butter rice krispy treats

Of course, we aren’t using actual jam or jelly.

To get the whole peanut butter and jelly feel, we’re adding fruit in the form of freeze dried strawberries. But you could also do raspberries, blueberries – basically any fruit you love.

peanut butter and jelly rice krispy treats

Now inquiring minds must know: what jelly do you like with your PB & J?! I am strictly a strawberry girl. My sister-in-law uses raspberry preserves and I like that too.

But I will tell you what I am not: a grape girl. Noooo way. 

I think I ate peanut butter and jelly in kindergarten almost every day. My mom made it with grape jelly – it’s still what she buys today and how she made it for my brothers our entire childhood. But after the kindergarten overload of said sandwich for me, I took a verrrrrry long hiatus from the classic. We’re talking like ten years or so. I just couldn’t do it!

When I finally picked the PB&J back up, I didn’t want grape. I only wanted strawberry and it’s been like that ever since. Strawberry is my #1, so I had to go with it for this peanut butter and jelly twist. 

peanut butter and jelly rice krispy treats

These are so delicious!

peanut butter and jelly rice krispy treats

Making them is super simple. I use my peanut butter rice krispy treats recipe, stir the crushed freeze dried strawberries into half of the mixture, then layer them. As you press them into a dish, the strawberry flavor does mesh into most of the peanut butter, but in some of the photos you can see how it’s layered.

I absolutely love the combo like this! You get bites of peanut butter mixed with bites of tangy berry and it really does resemble PB & J.

There are a few nonnegotiables I love to stick to when I’m making my rice krispy treats. First, always brown the butter. I do this 99% of the time, as long as I actually have the time. It makes a huge difference. The depth of flavor is much stronger and the squares have a wonderful caramelly taste. 

Next, is to stir in a few whole mini marshmallows for that extra marshmallow-y chew. Just a few! Make sure they get evenly dispersed throughout the dish. 

I also like to use a smaller dish when I can. A smaller dish equals thicker, fatter rice krispy treats. Which equals more crispy chewiness and a lot more texture. They are fabulous this way. 

These are the perfect back-to-school treat! I first started making them last fall but wanted to wait to share until it was just the start of the school year. These scream fun to me and would be perfect in a lunchbox or after school. 

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Perfect Blueberry Crumble

This blueberry crumble recipe is a favorite! The nostalgic summer dessert stars a sweet tart fruit filling topped with buttery…

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This blueberry crumble recipe is a favorite! The nostalgic summer dessert stars a sweet tart fruit filling topped with buttery crumbles.

Blueberry Crumble

Looking for a blueberry dessert that’s as perfect as they come? This Blueberry Crumble recipe is the perfect nostalgic treat for ending a meal. It’s got a juicy, fruity berry filling seasoned with cinnamon, allspice and lemon zest, topped with buttery, crispy crumbles. Add melty vanilla ice cream and it’s truly a sublime treat. In fact, we’ve stopped making blueberry crisp all together because this crumble is next level.

Ingredients in this blueberry crumble recipe

This blueberry crumble recipe is our favorite alternative to a crisp, though we love both nearly equally. The difference between a crumble and a crisp? Technically, a crisp has oats or nuts in the topping and a crumble does not: it’s essentially butter, flour and sugar. The lines have blurred in modern definitions of these recipes, so often you’ll see crumbles with oats. As much as we love oats, we went with the classic definition of a crumble here: and it was well worth it. Here’s what you’ll need for this blueberry crumble:

  • Blueberries
  • Granulated sugar
  • Cornstarch
  • Lemon zest
  • Unsalted butter
  • All purpose flour
  • Cinnamon and allspice
  • Baking powder
  • Salt
Blueberry

Use fresh or frozen blueberries

Don’t feel like you have to have a load of fresh blueberries for this one! This recipe calls for 4 cups fresh blueberries: which we had on hand from blueberry picking in Michigan. Don’t have access to that many blueberries? You can use frozen too! Add them to the recipe frozen: no need to defrost. Keep in mind that store-bought frozen berries can be a little more tart than fresh berries, so you may want to add a hint more sugar to the filling.

There are special precautions to take for baking with blueberries in cobbler, muffins and scones (the berries can bleed and dye the baked goods purple!). But with a crumble, there’s no risk: the berries don’t mix with the dry goods. This crumble is also a great place to use fresh blueberries that you froze to preserve them: just throw them into the pan frozen.

Blueberry crumble recipe

A note on the butter

This recipe calls for 7 tablespoons butter: which is an odd number. If you bake a lot, you’ll notice most crumble and crisp recipes call for either 6 tablespoons of butter or 8 tablespoons. But trust us! Seven is the magic number here, and it makes for absolutely perfect crumbles.

Want to make this blueberry crumble vegan? Just use vegan butter in place of standard butter: it works like a charm.

How to serve blueberry crumble

Once you’ve got your beautiful blueberry crumble, you’ll find it tastes great right out of the pan. But like most crumble recipes, it tastes even better topped with vanilla ice cream! The contrast of rich cream against the tart berries is perfection. Here are a few of our favorite toppings for this stunning dessert:

Blueberry Crumble

Leftover storage info

Want to save this blueberry crumble? This dessert saves well at room temperature, refrigerated or frozen.

  • Keep the crumble for 1 day loosely covered at room temperature. This helps to maintain the crumble texture.
  • Refrigerate for up to 3 days. It holds up pretty well in the fridge, and tastes even better when reheated.
  • Freeze up to 3 months. Freeze for up to 3 months in a sealed container. Reheat it in a 350 degree oven until bubbly.

More blueberry desserts

This blueberry crumble is a favorite of our top blueberry desserts. Here are a few more to try:

This blueberry crumble recipe is…

Vegetarian. For vegan and plant-based, use vegan butter.

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Blueberry Crumble

Perfect Blueberry Crumble


  • Author: Sonja Overhiser
  • Prep Time: 20 minutes
  • Cook Time: 45 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour 5 minutes
  • Yield: 8

Description

This blueberry crumble recipe is a favorite! The nostalgic summer dessert stars a sweet tart fruit filling topped with buttery crumbles.


Ingredients

  • 4 cups blueberries (fresh or frozen*)
  • 1 cup granulated sugar, divided
  • 2 tablespoons cornstarch
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon, divided
  • ¼ teaspoon allspice
  • ½ teaspoon lemon zest
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • ¼ teaspoon baking powder
  • ¼ teaspoon kosher salt
  • 7 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted (or vegan butter)

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Make the filling: In a medium bowl, mix the blueberries, ½ cup sugar, cornstarch, ½ teaspoon cinnamon, allspice, and lemon zest. Pour into a round 9-inch pie pan, 9 x 9 inch baking dish or 7 x 11 baking dish.
  3. Make the topping: In a medium bowl, add the remaining ½ cup sugar, ½ teaspoon cinnamon, flour, baking powder and kosher salt. Mix together with a fork. Pour in the melted butter while mixing with the fork until a crumbly mixture forms. Use your fingers to sprinkle the crumbles evenly over the filling.
  4. Bake: Bake for 45 to 50 minutes until the top is evenly golden brown and the filling is bubbly. Cool for 1 hour, then serve. You can leave it out on the counter for up to 1 day (covered, at night) so the topping can stay crisp. After 1 day, refrigerate any leftovers. It also freezes well for several months in a sealed container; reheat it in a 350 degree oven until bubbly.

Notes

*No need to defrost frozen berries before using. Note that storebought frozen berries can be a little more tart than fresh berries; if desired, add a hint more sugar to the filling (to taste). 

  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: Baked
  • Cuisine: Dessert
  • Diet: Vegetarian

Keywords: Blueberry crumble, blueberry crumble recipe

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25 Thanksgiving Pie Recipes, From Timeless Treats to Autumnal Hybrids

I would happily attend a Thanksgiving feast centered entirely around pies (Grandma, are you listening?). Away with the cranberry sauce that still shows the lines from the can, out with the impossibly dry turkey, and farewell to 1960s casseroles. Instea…

I would happily attend a Thanksgiving feast centered entirely around pies (Grandma, are you listening?). Away with the cranberry sauce that still shows the lines from the can, out with the impossibly dry turkey, and farewell to 1960s casseroles. Instead, I’m welcoming pies, pies, and more pies. From the have-to-have-them classics like apple and pecan pies to modern twists like an apple-pecan hybrid, [this Thanksgiving](https://food52.com/blog/26724-resident-thanksgiving-menu-2021, I’m putting dessert first. Who’s with me?


For Starters…

1. All Buttah Pie Crust Dough

Before we can debate about pecan vs. pumpkin (pecan wins hand over fist, obviously), we have to talk about pie crusts. Every pie needs one, and this 2-ingredient, all-butter pie crust is as classic and versatile as they come.

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Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

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This mint chocolate chip ice cream recipe is truly the best! It’s got the perfect minty flavor, rich chocolate chunks, and creamy texture.

Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Are you a mint chocolate chip fan? Then let us introduce you to…the best homemade Mint Chocolate Chip recipe! This one’s pretty darn perfect, in our opinion. The flavor is fresh and beautifully minty, the texture is beautifully creamy and scoopable, and it’s studded with bittersweet chocolate chunks perfectly dispersed into every bite. This recipe holds loads of nostalgia for me as it’s my childhood favorite: so this homemade version is my dream come true. We’ve cracked the code to making this popular ice cream flavor at home! My 4-year-old self would be proud.

Ingredients in mint chocolate chip ice cream

Mint chocolate chip ice cream is a peppermint ice cream base mixed with chocolate chips or chunks. If you’re a purist like us, you’ll expect it to be a lovely shade of mint green, though it can be anywhere from white to neon green. This ice cream flavor has quite the fan following: I’ve been one since I was 4 years old. So we designed this recipe to taste like what you’d expect from a purchased pint: but even better. Here’s what you’ll need for this mint chocolate chip recipe:

  • Whole milk
  • Heavy cream
  • Cornstarch
  • Granulated sugar
  • Salt
  • Vanilla extract
  • Peppermint extract
  • Green food coloring
  • Bittersweet chocolate
  • Neutral oil
Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

What people are saying about this recipe

A few readers helped to recipe test this mint chocolate chocolate chip ice cream recipe before we shared it here (thank you to all!). Here’s a bit of what we heard about this recipe:

  • “My husband told me, ‘This is exactly what I look for in mint chocolate chip ice cream. It’s the perfect level of mint and the right ratio of chocolate: I get some in every bite. I kindly request you make this again!'” -Brianna
  • “The mint flavor was the perfect amount and the bittersweet chocolate was an excellent complement. The texture over storage time was completely consistent – tastes delicious, scooped perfectly. 100% will make again!” -Nicole
  • “It was really easy to make this recipe and the ice cream tasted great! The mint was the perfect amount. It was fun to use ingredients I already had on hand to make a flavor of ice cream I had never made before!” -Sarah

Notes on ingredients

There are a few things to note about ingredients for this mint chocolate chip recipe. Here’s what to know:

  • Make the color as green as you like, or omit the food coloring. To us, mint chocolate chip ice cream should be mint green. But if you’re a purist about food coloring in your desserts, we get it. Omit the food coloring and it tastes just as good! The color will look pretty extreme before churning but it evens out afterwards.
  • Peppermint extract is very strong. All you need is ½ teaspoon here. You’re welcome to use more, but we found it had an aftertaste of alcohol with more extract.
  • Use the vanilla extract too! Using only peppermint extract tastes a little one note. Add the vanilla extract and it balances out the flavors. (Trust us!)
Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

For the chocolate method

This mint chocolate chip ice cream recipe is special not just because of the minty flavor. For me it’s the chocolate. Pouring melted chocolate into the cold ice cream achieves the stracciatella effect with irregular pieces: after you try it once, you’ll never go back! Here’s what to note about this method:

  • Straciatella is the name of a gelato flavor with a vanilla base and irregular-shaped shreds of chocolate (inspired by the Italian soup of the same name). Traditionally melted chocolate is poured into the ice cream towards the end of churning, where it solidifies and then gets broken into very small pieces.
  • How to do it? In this recipe, we add melted chocolate to the cold ice cream after churning and stir with a spoon (instead of continuing to churn). This achieves large chocolate chunks instead of the very fine chunks in straciatella.
  • Adding a bit of oil to the chocolate makes the chocolate pieces have a softer, easier to bite texture. (It’s similar to Graeter’s ice cream chocolate chunks, if you are familiar with this brand!) Of course, you can skip the melting altogether and just stir in chocolate chunks…but this method is 100% worth it.

Required equipment: ice cream maker

This mint chocolate chip ice cream recipe does require an ice cream maker. However, this is the only way to make “real” ice cream at home. (Most no-churn ice cream recipes use sweetened condensed milk as a shortcut.) You’ll find this piece of equipment a great investment you can use to make sorbetssherbet and ice cream year round. There are two main types of ice cream makers to try:

  • Freezer bowl ice cream maker (inexpensive). Find any sort of freezer bowl ice cream maker for the most economical choice. Here’s the 2 quart freezer bowl ice cream maker we use; it’s a little more expensive but it’s held up well. Make sure to freeze the base of the ice cream maker overnight before making this recipe.
  • Automatic ice cream maker (expensive but easy to use). Do you make ice cream often? You might want to consider this automatic ice cream maker, which is larger and more expensive. However, it requires no pre-freezing, so you can make ice cream any time you please! You can also make multiple batches back to back without needing to freeze the base again.
Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

How to make mint chocolate chip ice cream (basic steps)

This mint chocolate chip ice cream recipe uses the classic method making ice cream: make a custard, churn it in an ice cream maker, then freeze to “ripen” the texture. Here’s what you’ll need to do:

  • Make the custard (5 minutes): Simmer the cornstarch, whole milk and sugar 4 to 5 minutes, taking care that it doesn’t boil. Then add in the heavy cream, more milk, vanilla, peppermint extract, food coloring, and salt.
  • Cool the custard (30 minutes): Cool down the custard before churning it. You can do this in a few ways: the quickest is to pour it into a 1-gallon zip-top bag, seal it, and place the bag in ice water for 30 minutes. Or you can transfer the mixture to a large metal or glass bowl and place the bowl in a smaller bowl of ice water for 1 hour.
  • Churn (25 minutes): Then churn the ice cream in the ice cream maker. After 25 minutes, it makes a soft serve texture.
  • Add chocolate (10 minutes): Melt the chocolate and oil in the microwave (see the instructions below). Place half the ice cream in a loaf pan, drizzle in the chocolate, and break it into pieces and stir in with a spoon. Repeat, then add the remaining half ice cream and repeat.
  • Freeze or “ripen” for hard ice cream texture (at least 2 hours): Freeze the ice cream for 2 to 4 hours for a scoop-able, hard ice cream texture.

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This mint chocolate chip ice cream recipe is…

Vegetarian and gluten-free.

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Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream (Best Flavor & Texture!)


  • Author: Sonja Overhiser
  • Prep Time: 1 hour 30 minutes (including chill time)
  • Cook Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour 35 minutes
  • Yield: 1 quart

Description

This mint chocolate chip ice cream recipe is truly the best! It’s got the perfect minty flavor, rich chocolate chunks, and creamy texture.


Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons cornstarch 
  • 1 ½ cups whole milk, divided
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 2 cups heavy cream
  • ⅛ teaspoon kosher salt
  • ½ teaspoon peppermint extract
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 8 drops green food coloring
  • 4 ounces (¾ cup) bittersweet chocolate chips*
  • 1 tablespoon vegetable oil

Instructions

Note: Make sure to freeze the base of your ice cream maker overnight before making this recipe.

  1. In a medium saucepan, slowly whisk the cornstarch into 1 cup cold whole milk, then whisk in the sugar. Apply medium heat and heat for 4 to 6 minutes, whisking frequently, until nearly simmering and the mixture thickens.
  2. Remove from the heat. Stir in the remaining ½ cup whole milk, heavy cream, salt, peppermint extract, vanilla extract, and green food coloring. 
  3. Transfer the mixture to a large metal or glass bowl. Place the bowl in a smaller bowl of ice water for 1 hour, making sure not to splash any water into the ice cream (or even quicker, you can pour it into a 1-gallon zip-top bag, seal it, and place the bag in ice water for 30 minutes). Alternatively, simply place the bowl in the refrigerator and wait for 3 to 4 hours or until the temperature drops to 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
  4. Churn according to your ice cream maker instructions, about 25 minutes for soft serve consistency.
  5. When the ice cream is done churning, place the chocolate chips and oil in a dry glass measuring cup or bowl (make sure the cup or bowl are perfectly dry or the chocolate will seize). Microwave on High power for 30 seconds, then stir. Microwave another 30 seconds and stir. At this point it should be mostly melted with a few unmelted chunks: keep stirring until all the unmelted bits disappear and the chocolate is perfectly smooth. (If not, microwave in 10 second bursts until it is mostly melted.) You can also melt the chocolate on the stove on a double boiler: remove it from the heat just when the larger bits of chocolate melt.
  6. Transfer the churned ice cream into a loaf pan or storage container. Drizzle about ⅙ of the chocolate in lines over the entire surface, then wait for a few seconds until it starts to solidify. Use a spoon to stir the chocolate into the ice cream, creating irregular chocolate chunks and spreading them evenly throughout. Do this about 6 times until the entire amount of chocolate is incorporated. (It’s helpful to drizzle in lines and not one large chunk, which solidifies quickly and can be difficult to break apart. You can break up any very large chunks into smaller pieces using a spoon if you like.) The ice cream may melt a bit, which is expected: stir to incorporate everything and smooth the top into an even layer. 
  7. Place the container in the freezer and freeze for at least 2 hours (or up to 4 hours), which “ripens” the ice cream and creates the hard ice cream texture. Store in a loaf pan with a parchment sheet over the top or a sealed container in the freezer for up to 2 weeks.

Notes

*If you prefer, you can use chocolate chips or chopped chocolate and skip the melting with oil in Step 5 that achieves the stracciatella effect. But we highly recommend it!

  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: Frozen
  • Cuisine: Ice Cream
  • Diet: Vegetarian

Keywords: Mint chocolate chip ice cream, chocolate chip mint ice cream, mint chocolate chip ice cream recipe

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Peach Crumble

This peach crumble recipe is full of bold, juicy flavor! No one will be able to resist the sweet fruit…

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This peach crumble recipe is full of bold, juicy flavor! No one will be able to resist the sweet fruit and golden spiced topping.

Peach Crumble

Here’s a nostalgic dessert that’s easy to whip up and full of bold flavor: this Peach Crumble recipe! Imagine: a layer of juicy, tender peaches seasoned with vanilla and lemon juice. It’s topped with a golden crumble layer spiced with cinnamon and ginger that’s got just the right amount of crispness and irregular crumble pieces. Top with a dollop of vanilla ice cream and it’s an incredible treat. It’s become a favorite in our family rotation of summer desserts!

Ingredients in this peach crumble recipe

What’s the difference between a crumble and a crisp? Technically speaking, a crisp has oats or nuts in the topping, whereas a crumble has just butter, flour and sugar. However, the lines have blurred in modern definitions so you’ll now see a lot of crumble recipes with oats. We already have this delicious Peach Crisp recipe, so we wanted to try out a true “peach crumble” here. Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Ripe peaches (or canned unsweetened peaches in the off season)
  • Granulated sugar and brown sugar
  • Cornstarch
  • Vanilla extract
  • Lemon juice
  • Unsalted butter
  • All purpose flour
  • Cinnamon
  • Ground ginger
  • Baking powder
  • Salt
Peach Crumble

How to ripen peaches

It’s important to have ripe peaches for any peach dessert recipe to make sure the dessert comes out sweet enough. Do not attempt this peach crumble recipe with anything but beautifully ripe peaches! Give your peaches a gentle squeeze: it should be slightly soft to the touch. If the peaches feel firm, you’ll need a few days. Here’s how to ripen peaches:

  • Place the peaches in a paper bag.
  • Add a banana inside the bag. The banana emits ethylene gas, which helps the peaches ripen at the same time.
  • Gently close the top of the bag and wait 1 to 3 days, depending on the ripeness of the peaches. Check each day by gently squeezing the fruit to see if the flesh feels soft.

Or, use canned peaches in the off season

We prefer this peach crumble recipe with fresh, ripe peaches. But if it’s the off season and you’re dying for a peach crumble, canned peaches work too! Just make sure that the can says unsweetened peaches or “no sugar added” somewhere on the label. Use sweetened peaches and this will come out much too sweet.

Peach crumble recipe

Peel the peaches with the boiling water method

If you don’t mind cooked peach skin in your desserts, you can skip this step. But we think it technically makes a better peach cobbler because the texture of the fruit is smoother. To peel peaches, don’t whip out a vegetable peeler! Simply place them in boiling water for 45 seconds, then move them to ice water for about 1 minute. Use a sharp knife to pierce the skin, then use your fingers to pull it off in sheets. It’s so simple!

Serving this peach crumble

When it comes to peach desserts, here’s the thing: most of them taste better with vanilla ice cream. This isn’t always the case with other fruit desserts, but the combination of peaches plus sweet cream is to die for. Of course, you can use other things too! Here are a few ideas for how to serve peach crumble:

Peach crumble recipe

Leftover storage info

Want to save this peach crumble? This dessert saves well at room temperature, refrigerated or frozen.

  • It can stand for 1 day loosely covered at room temperature. This helps to maintain the crumble texture.
  • Refrigerate for up to 3 days. It holds up pretty well in the fridge, and tastes even better when reheated.
  • Freeze up to 3 months. Freeze for up to 3 months in a sealed container. Reheat it in a 350 degree oven until bubbly and the topping is crisped.

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This peach crumble recipe is…

Vegetarian. For vegan, use vegan butter.

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Peach Crumble

Easy Peach Crumble


  • Author: Sonja Overhiser
  • Prep Time: 30 minutes
  • Cook Time: 60 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Yield: 8

Description

This peach crumble recipe is full of bold, juicy flavor! No one will be able to resist the sweet fruit and golden spiced topping.


Ingredients

  • 5 cups sliced ripe peaches (2 pounds; about 6 medium or 2 16-ounce cans unsweetened peaches*)
  • 1 cup granulated sugar, divided
  • 2 tablespoons cornstarch
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1 cup all purpose flour
  • ½ teaspoon cinnamon
  • ½ teaspoon ground ginger
  • ¼ teaspoon baking powder
  • ¼ teaspoon kosher salt
  • 7 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted (or vegan butter)
  • Vanilla ice cream, to serve

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Peel the peaches (or skip if desired): Prepare a medium saucepan of boiling water. Drop 3 peaches into the pot so that the water fully covers them and boil for 45 seconds. Remove the peaches from the water with a slotted spoon and transfer them to a bowl of ice water. Drop in the next batch and repeat. Once the peaches are cooled, use a sharp knife to puncture the skin of the peach, then peel it off in large sheets with your fingers. Repeat until all peaches are peeled.
  3. Make the filling: Slice the peaches. In a medium bowl, mix them with ½ cup of the granulated sugar and the cornstarch, vanilla extract, and lemon juice. Then pour the filling into a round 9-inch pie pan, 9 x 9 inch baking dish or 7 x 11 baking dish.
  4. Make the topping: In a medium bowl, mix together the remaining ½ cup sugar and the flour, cinnamon, ginger, baking powder and kosher salt with a fork. Pour in the melted butter while mixing with the fork until all the butter integrates and a crumbly mixture forms. Use your fingers to sprinkle the crumbles evenly over the peach filling.
  5. Bake: Bake for 45 to 50 minutes until the top is evenly golden brown and the filling is bubbly. Cool for 1 hour, then serve. You can leave it out on the counter for up to 1 day, with a loose cover of foil or a towel to allow for air flow. After 1 day, refrigerate any leftovers. It also freezes well for several months in a sealed container; reheat it in a 350 degree oven until bubbly and the topping is crisp.

Notes

This peach crumble is best with fresh peaches, but in the offseason you can use canned unsweetened peaches (no sugar added). 

  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: Baked
  • Cuisine: Dessert
  • Diet: Vegetarian

Keywords: Peach crumble, peach crumble recipe

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Blueberry Galette

A blueberry galette is better than pie! This rustic blueberry berry tart is easy and irresistible, with a flaky crust…

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A blueberry galette is better than pie! This rustic blueberry berry tart is easy and irresistible, with a flaky crust and sweet tart berries.

Blueberry Galette

Got blueberries and want a baking project? Here’s a treat that’s tastier than blueberry pie, in our opinion. Try this Blueberry Galette! This free-form blueberry tart is so simple to whip up with no special equipment: and the flavor is out of this world. The filling is piled with sweet tart berries, sweetened just enough and heightened with lemon zest and a sprinkle of cinnamon. It’s all encased in a golden flaky pastry crust, which forms a charming frame for the berries. Top with vanilla ice cream and it’s a heavenly summer dessert. This one is a favorite over here!

Ingredients for a blueberry galette (aka blueberry tart)

A galette is a rustic French tart: a round pie made without a pie plate using a folded pastry crust. There’s no need for a pie plate or precise rolling and sizing of the dough. Simply roll it out, place on a baking sheet, and fold over the crust. This formula makes killer desserts (like this peach galette), and this blueberry filling is one of our favorites. Even better: you can use fresh or frozen blueberries! Here’s what you’ll need for this rustic blueberry tart:

  • Blueberries: Fresh are best, but frozen work great here too! Since the filling is cooked until the berries are soft and jammy, frozen berries work just as well.
  • Granulated sugar and turbinado sugar
  • Lemon zest
  • Cornstarch
  • Cinnamon
  • Butter
  • Flour
  • Salt
  • Baking powder
  • Egg
Blueberry Galette

Tips on working with galette dough

The most important part of this blueberry galette? The dough! This pastry dough is very easy to work with: and you don’t need to shape it like you would for a pie. However, there are a few things to note about the method. Here’s what to keep in mind:

  • Spoon and level the flour (or weigh it in grams). Spoon the flour into the measuring cup, then level it with the back of the spoon. This provides most accurate measurement: scooping flour right out of the container packs it in, which can result in more flour in a cup. Or better yet, use a food scale and weigh the flour out in grams.
  • Use a pastry cutter or fork to cut the butter into the dough. Mash the butter into the dry ingredients until a pebbly texture forms.
  • Add just enough water for the dough to come together. Usually it takes us about 5 tablespoons, though this depends on the exact flour amount (again; grams is most accurate).
  • Chill 1 hour. This is important so that the butter can chill again: otherwise, the crust can melt in the oven.
  • Roll into a 12-inch circle on a floured surface. Pick up the dough and add more flour to the surface as necessary if it’s sticking.
  • Gently fold it up to create a 2-inch crust. You’ll need to overlap the folds to make a circle: see the photos.
  • Brush with an egg wash and sprinkle with sugar. An egg wash makes a nice golden sheen on the crust! If you have it, chunky turbinado sugar makes a nice crunch on the crust; but granulated sugar works too.

Toppings for this blueberry galette

How to serve this blueberry galette? This rustic pie tastes great on its own, but we love it with a small dollop of vanilla ice cream. The way the cream compliments the tangy berries is unreal! Here are a few more ideas for toppings:

Blueberry Galette

Storage info

Got leftovers of this blueberry galette? Place it in a storage container and refrigerate for up to 4 days. Making it to serve the next day? Leave it out on the counter for an hour or so before serving to let it come to room temperature. You can also gently reheat it in a 350 degree oven.

More blueberry recipes

Want to make more with this sweet berry? Here are some of our favorite blueberry recipes:

This blueberry tart recipe is…

Vegetarian. For vegan, substitute vegan butter.

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Blueberry Galette

Blueberry Galette


  • Author: Sonja Overhiser
  • Prep Time: 2 hours (including chill time)
  • Cook Time: 30 minutes
  • Total Time: 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Yield: 8

Description

A blueberry galette is better than pie! This rustic berry tart is easy and irresistible, with a flaky crust and sweet tart pops of berries.


Ingredients

For the galette dough: 

  • 1 ½ cups [210 grams] all-purpose flour
  • 1 tablespoon granulated sugar
  • ¾ teaspoon kosher salt
  • ¼ teaspoon baking powder
  • 10 tablespoons cold unsalted butter (or vegan butter)
  • 5 to 6 tablespoons cold water
  • 1 egg, for the egg wash
  • Turbinado sugar, for sprinkling

For the filling: 

  • 3 cups blueberries, fresh or frozen
  • ½ cup granulated sugar
  • ½ teaspoon lemon zest
  • 1 tablespoon cornstarch
  • ½ teaspoon cinnamon
  • ⅛ teaspoon salt

Instructions

  1. In a medium bowl, mix the flour, sugar, kosher salt, and baking powder. Slice the butter into small pieces, then use a pastry blender or fork to cut it into the flour mixture until mostly incorporated and a pebbly texture forms (with pea-sized or smaller pieces).
  2. Sprinkle 4 tablespoons of the cool water over the flour, mixing gradually with a fork until the flour is mostly incorporated. Add the additional 1 to 2 tablespoons of water until all the flour is incorporated, kneading with your fingers until the dough comes together. (Resist the urge to add more water; it should come together!) Form the dough into a ball and flatten into a thick disk. Wrap it in plastic or place it in a covered container and chill the dough for 1 hour. (To make in advance, you can refrigerate the dough up to 3 days; allow to sit at room temperature 30 minutes before rolling. Or, wrap in plastic wrap or aluminum foil and freeze up to 3 months, then defrost overnight in the refrigerator before rolling.)
  3. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
  4. Mix the filling ingredients in a medium bowl: blueberries, sugar, lemon zest, cornstarch, cinnamon and salt.
  5. On a floured surface, roll the dough into an even 12” circle, leaving the edges rough (if needed, move the dough around and add a bit more flour underneath to keep it from sticking). Carefully transfer the dough to a sheet of parchment paper on a rimmed baking sheet. 
  6. Pile the blueberries in the center of the crust and spread them in an even layer, leaving at least 2 inches of dough around the outside edge. Evenly sprinkle the sugar in the bottom of the bowl over the top. Fold in the outside edges of the dough over the filling to form an approximately 2-inch crust, overlapping the folds as shown in the photos. 
  7. Whisk the egg and use a pastry brush to brush it onto the crust. Sprinkle the crust with turbinado sugar (or more granulated sugar). 
  8. Bake the galette for 28 to 32 minutes until the crust is golden brown. Remove from the oven and transfer the parchment paper to a baking rack to cool. Cool to room temperature (about 1 hour) before slicing into pieces and serving. It’s divine with a dollop of vanilla ice cream. Store leftovers for up to 4 days refrigerated; bring to room temperature before serving.
  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: Baked
  • Cuisine: French inspired
  • Diet: Vegetarian

Keywords: Blueberry galette, blueberry galette recipe

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