So I know I’ve been talking about this “Award-Worthy Pie Crust” a lot. This is because it is a REALLY good Paleo recipe. This recipe for Paleo Ginger Pear Galette is beautiful, a piece of art and delicious to boot. The Award-Worthy Vegan & Paleo Pie Crust is the simple start to this very fancy looking dessert!
I’ve found that every grain-free household needs a library of basic recipes, such as bread, muffins, pie crust, etc. There are things you miss and need to figure out how to incorporate into a Paleo/grain free eating style to make it sustainable. Most strict Paleo eaters will not want to incorporate these recipes into their cooking, but I find that it is extremely important to have these recipes on hand.
Many recipes on the ZenSweet Life blog are very adaptable. I don’t intentionally write recipes this way, but with two small kids and a family that enjoys many different flavors, the recipes end up being very adaptable. This recipe is one of them. This galette can be filled with any fruit you choose, happen to acquire or harvest over the summer and fall season. The summer time means lots of local fresh fruit and berries, and I promise this recipe will serve you well. Feel free to substitute the pears with apples, peaches, strawberries, blueberries, cherries, plums and anything you can imagine. Ginger really goes well with most fruit, but you can also substitute other spices like cardamom (maybe use a pinch less than the recipe calls for), nutmeg, allspice, and even herbs like fresh basil, thyme or lavender. Create a beautiful, imaginative dessert to impress with this simply Paleo Ginger Pear Galette recipe.