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Ginger-infused, graham-style mini pie crusts folded over allspice and cinnamon peaches garnished with sliced almonds. Drizzle with maple or agave syrup and top with a scoop of dairy-free vanilla ice cream for the most delicious gluten-free, vegan dessert!
A spontaneous craving for peaches hit. And what do you do when you can’t stop thinking about it? Well… you indulge your tastebuds and give the heart what the heart wants! So that’s the quick resolution to how these Ginger Peach Galettes came to be. The journey to get there, though, was much more involved than what I was expecting. Fortunately, these galettes turned out amazing so it was totally worth the extra effort.
Now when I say extra effort, it certainly wasn’t in creating the recipe- so don’t fret, these Ginger Peach Galettes are super simple to make. My issue was that I couldn’t find fresh peaches anywhere for the life of me. I know that technically peach season is May, June, July… I get that. But hello?! We live in 2020, where we can usually find peaches in stores whenever we want. And don’t think I take that for granted for one second. After I checked the fourth local grocery store with no luck, I decided to just try it with canned peaches.
Ok, so hold up… I know. Please don’t dismiss this recipe because of that. I promise it’s delicious, even with the canned peaches. And you know what? If you really can’t bring yourself to used canned, I hope that you’ll have better luck at finding fresh peaches, especially as we head into peach season. Don’t hate the recipe because my body was a bit ahead of schedule, lol.
I did make sure that when I bought canned peaches, they had no added sugar and were packed in juice/water and had minimal ingredients. I don’t have anything against canned personally, but yes, I always opt for fresh too. Anyway, I don’t think these really look like canned peaches, do you?!
So now that we got that out of the way, let’s dive into making these gorgeous Ginger Peach Galettes. These are some of my favorite photos too… I have a feeling that all kinds of magical, fruity galettes will be hitting’ the blog this summer. They are fun, simple, delicious, and the whole family loves them!
I originally developed this recipe for Nairn’s using their Ginger Stem Oat Grahams (watch the recipe video to see), which makes this recipe even easier! But I’ve included a homemade “graham-style” crust as well, so there are 2 ways to make these Ginger Peach Galettes in the recipe card below! You can purchase the grahams on Amazon. The peach filling is made with peaches, canned or fresh- if you use fresh, make sure the skins are removed.
So if you’re up for a peachy adventure, I’d love to hear all about your peach hunt and galette excursions! Leave a review and comment below. I’d also love a tag on Instagram or Facebook @HealthyLittleVittles #healthylittlevittles. Sending you lots of well wishes and hugs!
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