"Corked" Breton Galettes

Tuesdays with Dorie

I voted for this cookie as I knew my jam loving, sweet husband would enjoy them. Galettes are a plain butter cookie.

My first batch I baked the recommended time of 18 minutes and I think I over baked them. I used a wooden dowel about the size of a cork and my jam loving husband requested more jam on the next batch. I decreased my bake time to 15 minutes and increase the size of my indentation for more jam. This did the trick and I got thumbs up on the second batch.

“Corked” Breton Galettes page 291. To see what others baked head over to Tuesdays with Dorie.

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9 Comments Add yours

  1. yes to more jam! i loved these.

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  2. Cakelaw says:

    Your cookies look pretty. Thanks for the tip on the baking time.

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  4. Summer says:

    Your cookies look super delicious and perfect! Very nice, I'll be making them again too. Yum!

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  5. Peggy says:

    These taste wonderful. However mine look like craters. Yours look beautiful!

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  6. Anonymous says:

    The jam-cookie ratio is a highly personal matter! Glad these got the thumbs up. They were a dream to work with, weren't they?

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  7. TeaLady says:

    These were easy, weren't they. Making them again later – with chocolate in the middle. Yours look just perfect.

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  8. Truth Serum says:

    I love the idea of the thumb instead…

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  9. Kayte says:

    Oh my word these were so good…Corked Bretons, who knew…I can't be making these too often as I can so easily talk myself into more than one or two. Dangerously delicious! Yours look so nice all arranged on the plate like that.

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