Stone Fruit Galette

No shame is my galette game. And no shame in my breakfast game when I ate this cold the next morning right out of the foil for breakfast. Feel free to reserve your judgement judgy-mc-judgersons. I worked out today. What did you do? Unless you solved world peace, figured out how to deactivate Trump’s twitter account or cure an incurable disease, I don’t want to hear it. It is not as awesome as this beautiful and delicious galette. I am not someone who cooks a lot of desserts. Don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against sweets. In fact, I LOVE them. Unfortunately for me, my metabolism and my ass have decided to boycott efficiently processing and shedding said fat/sugar from said sweets. But a girl has to indulge from time to time. And by time to time, I naturally mean for dinner the night before and breakfast the next day. Duh. And holy crap was this worth it.
I used peaches, nectarines and plums in this mixed stone fruit galette. I am so in love I think cherries will be next! This was the perfect balance of tart and sweetness!!! I feel like I can boast about most things that I cook, but some things get my extra excited. I have never cooked anything very similar to this before. So naturally I approached it wit some hesitation. Typical pies involve lovely lattice work that I am just not capable of. Hand pies can leak if you’re not careful. But this guy just involved rolling out the dough and folding it over. Anytime we can involve a no brainer kind of construction, I am game! You can really do this with any kind of filling. But it is stone fruit season, so I am taking advantage of these beautiful summer fruits. Also I am a girl who likes aesthetically pleasing things, and the color variation I envisioned this producing was another selling point. Stunning and blinding beauty aside, this was super scrumptious. Truly the perfect balance of tartness and sweetness. I know I said that above. But just in case you’re spacing out or not really reading my nonsense I will say it again. Also, I am a stay at home mom, so my entire life is saying the same thing over and over. And over. And over. Stay at home mom. Over and Over. Stay at home mom. You’re welcome Twitter. I am just going to keep saying stay at home mom. Over and mom over.
Makes 2 10" galettes (So you could halve this is you only wanted one.)