Hamantaschen Galette Ideas for Purim
You’ve already baked hamantaschen cookies for Purim. Now you’re ready to expand your holiday baking repertoire. Instead of a dozen or so small triangle-shaped cookies, make one larger galette. Choose a sweet or savory galette—and serve the tasty treat to your family as part of a holiday meal or as dessert. If you’re not sure what to fill your hamantaschen galette with, check out these flavorful ideas!
Fruit adds a sweetness to this Purim treat. When it comes to fruit filling, you have an array of awesome options to choose from. These include, but are certainly not limited to:
You can also combine fruit to make a mango blueberry, peach plum, apple pear or other flavor-packed option.
Tomatoes, colorful peppers, leek, potatoes, asparagus and other veggie options can add to a savory hamantaschen holiday galette. Roast the vegetables first and add your family’s favorite spices to the mix.
Sometimes vegetables aren’t enough on their own. Instead of a plain veggie galette, create a cheese-filled galette. Create a meal-worthy triangle-shaped pie and bake a goat cheese, potato and leak galette, broccoli and cheddar option or try a cherry tomato and herbed cheese recipe.