Girl Versus Dough

blueberry galette

close-up of blueberry galette on a surface

Skip the pie plate and bake a free-form blueberry pie instead! This rustic blueberry galette couldn’t be easier to make and is just as tasty (maybe even, *gasp*, tastier?) than a traditional pie, but comes together in a fraction of the time and effort. And if you love pie crust, the ratio of crust to filling in this galette is perfection. Whether you make it for Mom this weekend or because it feels like a good day to bake, you will love the simplicity of this blueberry galette recipe.

donut cake

slices of donut cake taken out of cake on a cooling rack

It’s a donut! It’s a cake! It’s both! This oversized, old-fashioned glazed donut cake is baked in a Bundt pan for a party-ready dessert (or breakfast) that’s reminiscent in both flavor and texture of the classic donut, no frying necessary. Are you ready for this? You’re totally ready for this.

crunchy french toast

close-up shot of slices of crunchy french toast on a plate

Why settle for regular French toast when you can have deliciously crunchy French toast? With a soft inside and golden, crunchy outside, this easy French toast recipe comes together in less than a half-hour and takes breakfast to the next level without any extra effort. (A major win, especially if you’re only on your first few sips of coffee.)

homemade mixed berry pop tarts

overhead shot of homemade mixed berry pop tarts

Wild berry pop tarts… is there anything more nostalgic than that rectangular pastry filled with berry sweetness and topped with neon swirls of purple + blue? Let’s channel that childhood memory into these homemade mixed berry pop tarts, which are the from-scratch version of the classic! With a flaky pastry crust, fresh triple-berry filling and a natural berry-tinged icing (+ sprinkles!), these homemade pop tarts are equally fun to make and eat.