I also made the Peach Galette at the same time, since it's the same pastry, might as well do 2 together - more time efficient. Also I could share the pies with everyone during our district fellowship meeting too. :) I didn't get a single slice photo, so you can have a sneak peak at my slice peach pie...(ps: I wish it had more peaches.. so fellow bakers who like more fruits, do add more peaches when you make it).
I mixed the mulberries and a bit of frozen cranberries I had leftover from ...the cranberries upside-down cake, I think?
After I cooked it down, I realised it seems dry after cooled, so I added another box (200g?) of frozen blueberries in it.. I was hoping to have blueberries intact.
Roll the pastry etc..
It is not easy to take a good pic under 5 seconds!!
I didn't even manage to take any good photos.
Surprisingly mulberry tasted very well with blueberries. I think the mulberries impart a very red color - not so much the cranberries? I really don't know. Somehow I can't see any blueberries..and the tartness from the mulberries makes you think the blueberries are cranberries. When in fact I only put a handful of cranberries. Mulberries were crunchy before but after baking, it became soft and not so raw-tasting.
We ate the pie with vanilla ice-cream. Everyone liked the pie. Probably it paired very well the the ice-cream. And everyone came to my pie counter first for dessert instead of eating the main dishes. lol! The pies were the centre of attraction.
My daughter who ate a slice without the ice-cream said it was a bit on the tart side.