Peach & Blueberry Galette

Whew, I made it just in time for the #PieParty! Not to be confused with Pi Day (3.14) - this party is being hosted by a few lovely Twitter folk and even has its own Facebook event page! I believe the idea behind pie party was to encourage everyone to bake a pie.  Most people tend to shy away from making pie because they're afraid (I was one of those people) to make the traditional flaky pie crust.  Today, it didn't matter the type of crust, or the kind of pie you made...just make pie.

When I saw this peach and blueberry galette in Mowie Kay's new digital magazine last week, I knew I had to make them - what perfect timing!  Galettes are my easy way out of making a real pie with a pretty fluted crust or lattice tops. They are a rustic pie - not as pretty, but just as delicious!

Click on the image below to view the recipe and the rest of Mowie's swoon-worthy magazine!  

Recipe Note: I tossed the peaches in 1 tablespoon of light brown sugar to give it an extra sweetness.  Also, my galettes did not start browning until after 30 minutes in the oven at 350 degrees F.  In the end, I baked them for 35-40 minutes.