Best Upstate NY Apple Galette Recipe

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

For those of you that know I am from Utica New York, I love this time of year for fresh apples. Actually Mcintosh are my favorite!
Whenever I get the chance to have some New York State apples, it's a treat.  I love fresh apple pie, apple brownies and this fast to put together apple galette. Flaky pastry with the freshest filling!

1 puff package of puff pastry (found in the frozen food section or homemade CLICK HERE)
2 or 3 Mcintosh apples peeled, cored and chopped
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon allspice
1/2 cup apple jelly or apple butter or other jelly you have on hand
1 beaten egg white
2 tablespooons cinnamon and sugar mixture

Stir the apples in a bowl with the jelly of choice and spices.  Roll the pastry out on a sheet of wax paper. Place the filling in the center. Fold up all the edges to make a circle. Baste with beaten egg white and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar mixture. Bake at 400 degree hot oven until browned.

If you like this recipe try some other hometown recipes:

Upstate New York Apple Pie
Apple Streusel Cake
Apple Brownies
 Browned Butter Apple Cake
Caramel Apple Cake
Apple Cinnamon Baked French Toast
Spiked Apple Cider
Apple Crisp
Apple Dumplings
Apple Cinnamon Bread Pudding
Apple Cranberry Bread Pudding


  1. I love apple pies. This is great so spicy :) Bye, have a good day

  2. Yum, yum and double yum. I love apples and especially Macintosh. I am not a baker but this is so easy even I could make it.

  3. I love how rustic gallettes are! This looks like the perfect fall/Thanksgiving treat =)

  4. Perfect time of year here in NY to get all those delicious apples and make this recipe. It looks SO good.

  5. Dear Claudia, This does look delicious for the apple season. It would be a great addition to the holiday table. Blessings dearest. Catherine xoxo

  6. I'm from Rochester, Ny and I agree - apple season is the best!

  7. Another yummy, easy and awesome recipe. Love the easiness of the crust with the frozen puff pastry, and the delicious McIntosh apples...the best!

  8. Hi Claudia, this sound awesome. Apple with cinnamon sure paired very well. Your look yummy... wish I can have a bite now. LOL


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