Cranberry Blueberry Galette

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Cranberry Blueberry Galette



Hi, y’all!  How’s your week going?  I don’t know about you, but I’ve got a severe case of the winter blues and need some kind of sunshine happening over here!  So I baked you a pie!




Ok!  Ok!  I cheated and baked you a fake pie.  Well, what I baked isn’t fake.  I baked something that’s real.  It’s just not really a pie.  It’s an easy free-form pie otherwise known as a galette.    You can call it a tart if that blows your dress up.  This is a judgment free zone.




I’m just so happy looking at all these bright and cheery berries!  I don’t know what it’s like where you are, but here it’s been either dark, gloomy, rainy, and humid or dark, gloomy, rainy, and cold.  Oh! And don’t forget windy.  I’m not joking when I say the wind has been so crazy there are trees and power lines falling all over the place!  Whaaaat?   So, I’m totally ready for some warm weather and sunshine!  Who’s with me?!




Fortunately, spring is right around the corner and so is my birthday! Woot!  It sure will be great to turn 29 again. 😉




What are you laughing at? 🙂

Have a fantastic weekend, friends!



Cranberry and Blueberry Galette

Cranberry and Blueberry Galette

Author: Rachelle Corson-Webber


  • 12 oz fresh cranberries
  • 1 pint fresh blueberries
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 2 tablespoons water
  • zest and juice of 1 lemon
  • 1 prepared pie crust
  • 1 egg


  1. Preheat oven to 350
  2. Combine cranberries, blueberries, sugar, hone, water, lemon and lemon zest in a saucepan
  3. Bring to boil, reduce heat to medium and cook until thick and syrupy
  4. Place pie crust on a parchment lined baking pan
  5. Spoon berry mixture to center of the pie crust
  6. Fold edges up and around the outside of the berries
  7. Whisk egg with 1 tablespoon water in a bowl
  8. Using a pastry brush, coat pie crust with egg wash
  9. Bake at 350 for 35-45 minutes, until the pie crust is golden brown
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Cranberry and Blueberry Galette

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32 Responses to Cranberry and Blueberry Galette

  1. I think we have all your sunshine. It has been sunny here every day for over a week now. Maybe I have spoken to soon.
    I love galettes for the simple reason that I can get away with it being messy, as it’s meant to look like that.

  2. Dudette, the weather here sure is wacky! It was crazy windy yesterday and there were 3 tornados I’m aware of near here. Not cool. This fake pie is exactly what this crazy weather calls for- vibrant, beautiful and seriously delicious! Feel free to send the entire galette my way. 😉 Cheers, my dear to a lifetime of being young. Xo

    • Dude. That weather was nutso. There was no power and trees, power lines, and cables down! Come get my galette because my butt doesn’t need it. Cheers to my youth! 🙂

  3. I hear you… Before we know it we’ll be hearing the birds chirpin’ and we’ll be throwin’ on our sunscreen. Please remember to take care of that 29 year old skin of yours…my 29 year old skin thanks me for it, everyday. I love the rusticity of this galette – lovely!

  4. I am berry glad you made this fake pie for me! heeheeeheee 🙂 I’m so sick and tired of being sick and tired over the cold weather. The weird thing is once I start bitching about it, it turns warm. For example, I bitched yesterday about it being too cold and today it was 60 degrees! Who knew that I have some sort of connection with the weather system?? Freakin’ amazing, but not as freakin’ amazing as this pie, or tart, or galette, or awesome very berry goodness. Either way, I’m makin’ and eatin’ it and I will promptly gain back the 5lbs I just lost. Thanks…

    • OMG! You’re a hot mess in a cold place! Thanks for cracking me up and I hope those 5 lbs plus another 5 go back from whence they came! 🙂

    • Thanks, Medha! Rustic = ugly or sloppy in my world! I’m so glad there is a word to make it acceptable!

  5. That galette is so gorgeous and happy looking. It makes me want to hop on a plane and fly to Alabama to visit my son, and visit Gallettes’ in Tuscaloosa for a Yellowhammer. Now THAT would make me happy. 😉

    Winter winds are certainly wreaking havoc on most of the country. I was afraid a tree was going to fall on my house last Friday. Did you see any of the news footage of the glass, boards, and people blowing through Chicago? CRAZY!

    I thought of you on Thursday as I was sitting in a court room with my sister-in-law. She’s going through an ugly divorce and doesn’t have a working car so I offered to drive her. Little did I know that she would beg me to go in with her. Of course, I did, looking like Napoleon Dynamite. I was wearing work out clothes, plaid snow boots, a long North Face coat, and very little make-up. All of the nicely dressed female lawyers kept looking at me like, “who’s the sad woman who can’t dress herself?” Womp, womp.

    • I must know more about this Yellowhammer! I did see all the shenanigans with the crazy winds! Scary!

      Dude. I fell for you with your court experience. Next time go to the criminal courtroom and you will be the best looking Napoleon Dynamite in the place! 🙂

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