These summer berry parfaits are a light and refreshing dessert, filled with fresh blueberries swirled in strawberry jam, a creamy Greek yogurt-melted marshmallow filling, and a homemade crumble topping. When it’s hot outside, a chilled, fruity dessert is the perfect way to cool off. I especially love this dessert because it encompasses so many different textures, all in one cup. The tender burst of flavor from the blueberries, the thick creaminess of the sweet-tart filling, and the sweet crunch of the topping all combine to make a very pleasant treat.
Showcase summer fruit with these delicious free-form tarts. Mouth-watering cherries, blueberries, black raspberries, and nectarine slices are lightly sweetened with honey and baked on a wholesome pastry. These rustic summer tarts are sweet enough to eat for dessert, yet healthy enough to enjoy for breakfast. You can mix and match the fruit in the tarts, depending on what is most available and fresh, because the fresher the fruit, the better these taste.
Sweetly fruity, colorful and fun, these rustic strawberry mango mini galettes will brighten up your table and your taste buds. Fresh strawberries and mango slices are stirred with honey, layered over a delicious almond paste and baked in a lightly sweet pastry.
When I want to bake with fruit and find myself at a loss, I turn to the galette. Making a galette (or four mini galettes) is easier than making a pie, but gives a very similar result: warm, juicy fruit against the backdrop of a flaky, tender pastry. And in this case, a homemade almond paste adds flavor and texture. The beauty of making galettes is that they are not supposed to look perfect, and in fact, the more imperfect they look, the more authentically rustic and pretty they look. If you suffer from perfectionism (like I do), making galettes is a good way to let it go. And the flavor of the fruit and almond paste with the pastry is lovely!