This Caramel Apple Galette is such a quick and delicious dessert.
Using frozen puff pastry makes this so easy.
German? Not at all. (It does taste like Apple Strudel.)
But it is quick and delicious.
That's how it finds its way onto Oma's Quickies Page. A page of goodies that aren't necessarily German, but ones that I enjoy.
I used the recipe given on the box of President's Choice Butter Puff Pastry as my starting point. Then I altered it after discovering my daughter-in-love, Sylvie, loved caramel.
I needed a dessert for her birthday, and this Caramel Apple "pie" was it. It became Karamell-Apfel Blätterteig! German? NO. Delicious? YES!
If you've got some apples and are looking for recipes with apples, try this one. I think you'll agree with my family that this dessert is "tops!"
"Galette" is a French term for a flat, round, or free-form tart.
Instead of the usual pie crust, the filling, and then a topping of pie crust, the pastry is rolled out, the filling put in, and the edge is just folded over the outside part of the tart.
I've made this before using a regular pie crust, but using frozen puff pastry that's been thawed is super easy and the resulting galette is DELICIOUS!
That's what makes this such an easy apple caramel pie recipe.
Easily among the best easy apple recipes!
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Caramel Apple Galette
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