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Bursting with fresh summer blueberries, sweetened with chamomile infused honey, and made using flakey, buttery, puff pastry, this blueberry galette is truly a summertime treat. It’s beyond delicious, so incredibly easy, and extra pretty. Bonus? You can swap the blueberries for your favorite berry or use a combo of fresh berries! Either way, you can’t go wrong with this galette.

overhead photo of cut int Blueberry Chamomile Galette with ice cream

There’s really nothing I love more than food that tastes good and is pretty too. It’s not something that’s easily achievable, but in the summer months, the food is really pretty, full of colors, and delicious. I love it.

Usually when it comes to sweet things, you guys know how I do it, chocolate, chocolate, and more chocolate. It’s pretty obvious though, lately I’ve been slowly changing my ways, and incorporating more fruit based desserts into my life. As you might expect however, I don’t really consider this galette a dessert, more like a sweet breakfast or brunch item, but I’ll let you guys decide what course you’d like to serve this with.

prep photo of Blueberry Chamomile Galette

Anyway, to say that I am excited to share this recipe would be an understatement. Oh my gosh, I’m just in love with this galette. It’s so pretty, so delicious, and so easy. It uses one of my favorite summer berries and my favorite edible flower. It’s also served with ice cream, which you know, is always a great idea.

You see? All in all, it’s pretty much just all kinds of perfection.

So let’s talk about the details.

First things first, the chamomile tea infused honey. If you’ve never infused your honey with tea, now is the time to start. It’s not an intense flavor, but lends a really nice flora touch to the galette, and I love the combination of chamomile and blueberries. It’s a simple step, but adds so much. Plus, anytime I infuse a recipe with chamomile, it just gives me an excuse to decorate with chamomile flowers, my all time favorite.

Funny story? I had been mentioning to my dad for weeks and weeks about how much I wanted fresh chamomile flowers. For whatever reason we haven’t been able to find them at our Whole Foods this season and I have been so bummed about it. BUT he was out last week and finally saw some there. He bought all four bunches, knowing I would be SO excited. However, he then went on to pick Asher up from school and take her to the animal shelter, where they often volunteer, walking dogs, etc. Unfortunately, when he returned home he totally forget about the flowers, and left them in the very hot car, overnight, without any water.

They all died. Not gonna lie, I was bummed. Especially since he bought all the chamomile Whole Foods had in stock. I couldn’t even get anymore. I was able to save the few you see in these photos, but other than that, I had to give the rest of the flowers to the goats.

At least they got a nice feeding outta them!

overhead photo of Blueberry Chamomile Galette

Moving along.

Once the honey is infused with chamomile, toss it with fresh blueberries, and a little lemon. Arrange the berries overtop a sheet of puff pastry, wrap everything up into a cute little pastry packet, and bake until the galette is golden and the blueberries are bursting and beautiful.

Simple as that. How does it taste?

Every bite is bursting with sweet blueberry flavor. THE BEST.

I of course serve this up warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. It’s the only way to do it up, if you ask me.

overhead photo of Blueberry Chamomile Galette with piece missing

My hope is that you guys will all come to love this recipe as much as I do. As I mentioned above, you can really use whatever berry you love or have an abundance of this summer. Blackberries, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, or a combo of your favorites, all will work and they’ll be delicious.

I personally think I like the blueberries best, I just thought this was extra good. In fact, I wish I could be eating this instead of frantically preparing to board an airplane tonight for a two-week trip. One week of vacation, one week of work in NYC. Obviously, totally worth all the effort, but man, I wish this galette was in front of me right now.

Lucky for you guys, it can be in front of you in less than an hour if you share my excitement for this dish and get up to make it now. Which you should do, because I mean, everyone needs a good Tuesday treat, you know?

Trust me here. Make this today, tomorrow, this weekend, and all summer long. You’re going to love it.

overhead photo of cut into Blueberry Chamomile Galette with knife in photo

Watch the How To Video:

Blueberry Chamomile Galette from Half Baked Harvest on Vimeo.

If you make this blueberry gallette, please be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! I love hearing from you guys and always do my best to respond to each and every one of you. Oh, and of course, if you do make these easy galette, don’t forget to also tag me on Instagram so I can see! Looking through the photos of recipes you all have made is my favorite!

Blueberry Chamomile Galette

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings: 8 servings
Calories Per Serving: 446 kcal

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  • 1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.
    2. Bring the honey to a low boil in a small saucepan, simmer 1 minute and remove from the heat. Add the tea bags, cover and steep for 10 minutes. Remove the tea bags. 
    3. In a medium bowl, combine the blueberries, chamomile honey, cornstarch, lemon juice, and vanilla. 
    4. On a lightly floured surface, roll the puff pastry out into a rectangle about 1/4 inch thick. Place the pastry on a parchment lined baking sheet and arrange the blueberries over the pastry, leaving a 1 inch border. Fold the edges up and over the blueberries. Brush the edges of the pastry with egg and sprinkle with sugar. Transfer to the oven and bake for 25-30 minutes or until golden brown. It is OK if the edges get dark. 
    5. Let cool slightly and serve with ice cream. Enjoy! 
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The perfect slice of blueberry galette.

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  1. I’ve made this twice so far and it’s been gorgeous and so easy both times. My family is not fond of chamomile, so I just heated up the honey to make it thinner the first time. Second time, I did not have time and didn’t heat it up, just poured the honey in. It was a bit too much, which may be explained by the other comment here that the tea bags absorb some honey, so in the future if I’m rushed I’ll do about 1/8 cup. Absolutely beautiful and ridiculously easy!

    1. Hi Lara,
      Happy Monday!! I am delighted to hear that this recipe was tasty for you! Thanks for making it:) xx

  2. 5 stars
    Delicious, beautiful, and so simple! One question though – after infusing the 1/4 cup of honey with 2 tea bags of chamomile tea, I was left with just 1/8 cup of honey since the tea bags absorbed the rest of it. Is there a better way or is this loss factored in? It still turned out great and I’ll definitely be making this again! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    1. Hi Ingrid,
      Perfect! I appreciate you making this recipe and sharing your review, I love to hear that it was a hit! Hmm, I would use a little more honey next time so you still have 1/4 cup. xxT

  3. Just made this Blueberry Chamomile Galette today and it’s incredibly easy and fast to put together. The finished product looks beautiful and impressive, as though you’d spent hours baking. Letting it cool a bit before tasting but I can tell it will be delicious! What’s not to love about blueberries and puff pastry?!

    1. Hey Barbara,
      Happy Sunday! I am so glad to hear this recipe was enjoyed, thanks a bunch for making it:) ?

  4. Hi! I really want to try this recipe to bring for brunch. I live in Guatemala ? and couldn’t find fresh blueberries at my local grocery store, can I use frozen?

    1. Hey Karen,
      Yes, frozen blueberries will work well for you! I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you give it a try! xx

  5. 5 stars
    OMG this was as gorgeous as it was delicious! I subbed the blueberries with huckleberries I had picked earlier in the morning. It was ridiculously easy – definitely making this again (and again and again) Thanks so much for sharing all of your tasty recipes!

    1. Hey Margo,
      Wonderful!! Thanks a bunch for trying this recipe out, I am so glad it was enjoyed! xTieghan

  6. Could this be prepared ahead and them frozen? Or any tips on how to make “make-ahead” friendly? Thanks!

    1. Hi there,
      Sure, you could make ahead and freeze, I would just be sure it is in a really nice airtight container:) I hope you love the recipe! xTieghan

  7. 5 stars
    I made this for our July 4th Celebration and it was so delicious!! The chamomile gave such a depth of flavor — just the best addition to honey I’ve ever tasted! Exceptionally easy, yet so beautiful. I will be making this again very soon.

    1. Hey Jenny,
      Happy Wednesday! Thanks for sharing your review and making this recipe, I am so glad it was a winner! xxTieghan

  8. 5 stars
    I made this yesterday and everyone RAVED about how delicious it was. The chamomile honey was subtle yet surprising and a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top really took it to the next level. Everything was easy/fast to prepare & we also used some fresh raspberries from the garden mixed in with the blueberries- so tasty. This will be my new go to!

    1. Hi Lauryl,
      Fantastic!! I love to hear that this recipe was a winner, thanks for trying it out! I hope you had a great holiday weekend!?

  9. 5 stars
    Made tonight for dessert. The ultimate summer treat — SO. GOOD. The combination of the honey with chamomile adds such a nice flavor to the blueberries. It was a hit for everyone; will definitely be making it again this summer!

    1. Hey Danielle,
      Happy Sunday!! Thanks for sharing your feedback and making this recipe, I am so glad it was a hit! Happy 4th of July!??

  10. I’m super excited to make this! I love your recipes and love when I can use items from my garden and hives. ❤️

    My plan is to use fresh chamomile and while I do have tea sachets, wanted to get your thoughts on just leaving the chamomile loose and leaving it in the honey. Thanks!

  11. Deborah, would you share your no fuss lemon tart?
    I am making this blueberry galette tonight. Our daughter is visiting and our 700 blueberries have produced a great harvest, again.

  12. 5 stars
    This is such a delicious, easy and elegant dessert. I made this exactly according to the recipe, using local (Colorado) wildflower honey. The chamomile infused honey enhanced the flavor of the blueberries beautifully. I love to serve at least two complementary desserts to give my guests options. I think this would go so well with the No Fuss Lemon Tart.

    1. Hi Deborah,
      Awesome!! Thanks a bunch for giving this recipe a try and sharing your feedback! Love to hear that it was enjoyed! Have the best weekend:)

  13. 5 stars
    I thought this was a perfect quick and decadent recipe for dessert!

    I did struggle with boiling the honey, I think it boiled too long. It got very hard and candy like. Be careful with boiling times!

    1. Hey Julie,
      Happy Wednesday! I am thrilled to hear that this recipe was a hit, thanks a bunch for giving it a try! Sorry about the honey, it does seem like it was boiled for too long! xx