Spinach Mushroom and Artichoke Galette. So delicious and easy to make! Impress your family and friends with this savory tart. It’s a perfect recipe for Easter Brunch!
I can’t believe Easter is about a week and a half away! In my family, we take two things pretty seriously when Easter rolls around: Brunch and the Easter egg hunt. Not only does Easter get us excited about spring but we also love getting together with family and friends for some quality time and a delicious meal.
For the egg hunt, we do a mixture of plastic and real dyed eggs, and we also have the exciting golden egg. My brother-in-law, Peter, started this family tradition and this special egg has a $20 bill inside, sometimes more. And $20 is big money for the kids so when the egg hunt starts, they get serious and are running around like crazy. The kids have a lot of fun and when they are done, they come in pretty hungry and ready to eat.
For brunch, I always have an Easter ham, and lots of sides. I also love baking on Easter Sunday, sweet and savory tarts or galettes. Today, I made one of my favorites, a spinach mushroom and artichoke galette. This galette is extremely easy to make and you can even prep the pastry dough the day before so all you have to do on Easter Sunday is assemble and bake it. I made this one using fresh organic spinach and mushrooms and topped it with a combination of mozzarella and Grana Padano shaved cheese from ALDI.
Spinach Mushroom and Artichoke Galette
This year, I am going to try to keep things as simple as possible and will pick up most of my Easter day essentials from ALDI. The ham, everything I need for a fresh, delicious salad, the bread and potatoes and of course, everything I need for this galette. I love that only a few fresh ingredients are needed and I can find everything I need at ALDI.
I also picked up some gummi bears and sour worms, made from Crazy Candy Co. from ALDI to put into the Easter baskets I made for the kids. I love these candies because they are free of certified synthetic colors. All ALDI exclusive brand food products are free of partially hydrogenated oils and added MSG. This is great to know when shopping and makes me feel at ease when I shop for groceries for my family at ALDI.
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I hope you try this Spinach Mushroom and Artichoke Galette!! Make sure you stop into your local ALDI for your Easter Day essentials. Have a happy Easter!
Spinach Mushroom and Artichoke Galette
For the crust:
- 1 1/4 cups all purpose flour
- 3/4 teaspoon sea salt
- 1/2 cup very cold unsalted butter cubed and immediately added
- 1/4 cup
ice cold water+ more if needed
- 1 egg yolk; slightly beaten for egg wash
For the galette:
- ¼ cup sour cream
- 1 garlic clove finely grated
- 1/2 teaspoon finely grated lemon zest
- salt and pepper
- ½ to 1 cup fresh baby spinach
- 2 to 3 baby bella mushrooms sliced
- 5 pieces artichoke hearts from a can
- ½ cup shredded mozzarella cheese
- Parmesan cheese freshly grated
For the crust:
- Using your food processor, combine the flour, salt and very cold butter and process for about 5 seconds. Sprinkle the cold water over the flour mixture and pulse until the pastry just begins to come together, about 10 seconds; you should still be able to see small pieces of butter in it. Add more water if needed.
- Transfer the pastry dough to a lightly floured work surface, gather it together to combine everything and roll out to a 12-inch circle. Transfer the dough to a prepared, parchment lined baking sheet and refrigerate for about 20 minutes if you have time. (You can also roll out the dough and use it right away if needed).
To assemble the galette:
- Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Remove your dough from the refrigerator and brush on the sour cream, in the center of the dough, leaving at least a 2-inch border all around. Sprinkle on the garlic, lemon zest and season with salt and pepper.
- Layer on the spinach evenly over the top, as well as the mushrooms and artichoke hearts. Sprinkle on the shredded mozzarella cheese. Gently fold over the pastry border, overlapping the edges as much as possible and gently press the folds together.
- Brush the folded edges of the crust with the beaten egg yolk and bake for about 30 to 40 minutes, or until the crust has become a lovely golden brown. Let cool for about 20 minutes before slicing. Garnish with the Parmesan cheese before serving. Enjoy.
More EASTER BRUNCH MENU IDEAS:
Onion, Mushroom and Thyme Tart
Apple Spinach and Zucchini Salad
Olive Oil and Thyme Mini Bundt Cakes
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Laura (Tutti Dolci) says
Gorgeous galette, and so perfect for brunch!
This looks SO good. I’m a sucker for anything with multiple cheeses. Cheese is happy food! Plus with the mushrooms…heaven.
Spring seems to be rushing in this year! No objection, mind you…I just can’t believe how soon Easter is falling!
Gayle @ Pumpkin 'N Spice says
Can I come over and find that golden egg? 🙂 Sounds like so much fun for the kiddos! And this galette looks just perfect for brunch! All of my favorite ingredients are in here. Love this!
Vivian | stayaliveandcooking says
I really should try this one out! Anything with mushrooms in it, and cheese… Your tart will probably be very popular at the brunch!
Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy says
Spinach and artichoke is such a delicious combo. I love making galettes, as it doesn’t really matter what they look like – but yours does look amazing!
Ashlyn // Dollop Of Yum says
Spinach and artichoke is already amazing but I’m sure the mushrooms make it twice as good! Alice, I’m oving this savory galette. 🙂
Jen | Baked by an Introvert says
I can’t get enough spinach and artichokes! I’m crazy for the dip so I know I would thoroughly enjoy this galette! It’s so rustic and simple, LOVE that!
Love creative recipes like this, perfect for Easter Brunch! Awesome combination! Need that Golden Egg 🙂
I love the flavors in this galette Alice! sounds fantastic!
Medha @ Whisk & Shout says
This galette is so lovely- I am such a fan of the shredded mozzarella and shaved italian parmesan/grana padano combo (I used it on my eggs this morning) 🙂
Oh my gosh, I haven’t made a galette in way too long! Yours looks amazing with all those gorgeous veggies and that cheese! I would love a slice. 🙂
Kathleen | Hapa Nom Nom says
I’m such a fan of a savory galette! This is just perfect for Easter brunch… or any time for that matter! Beautifully done my dear and I loved seeing all your crazy photos on FB! You’re rockin’ it!
Allie | Baking a Moment says
This galette is perfection! I love all the seasonal spring flavors. Perfect for Easter!
Sarah @Whole and Heavenly Oven says
Oh my gosh. Prettiest galette EVER! I seriously want to dive into all that spinach artichoke goodness right now! This is springtime pastry perfection. 😉
Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary says
I can’t believe Easter is right around the corner either, Alice! I totally feel like we will be celebrating 4th of July tomorrow. Gah! Easter brunch happens to be one of my favorite meals of the day and this galette is a perfect addition… except I want to eat this all by myself long before all the guests arrive! I’m not one who likes to share delicious things. 😉 Cheers, dear and Happy St. Patty’s day!
I can’t believe it’s almost Easter too! Love how fun your Easter sounds especially for the kids 🙂 This galette looks SO incredible, Alice! My mouth is watering over the spinach, mushroom and artichoke combo!
This looks amazing! I can’t wait to try it out for Easter brunch. Thanks for the amazing recipe. My mouth is watering over this galette with spinach and artichokes. My daughters faves!
Megan - The Emotional Baker says
Your Easter hunt sounds like so much fun! We have a similar one, but with clues leading you egg by egg! This galette is perfect! I have yet to make a sweet one, but I don’t see any reason why I can’t start with a savory one 😉
Jennifer @ Show Me the Yummy says
Alice. That crust is literally perfection. SO. FLAKEY!!!! <3
Liked the recipe except the cooking time was a bit long. At 30 minutes it was starting to burn around the top edges of filling. Maybe 20 to 25 minutes would be a better cooking time.
Lori Corradetti says
I only had ricotta so i grated the garlic into it instead of using sour cream. I did everything else as written. This was amazing. I will make it again. Great basic ingredients with great results. Crust comes together easily and makes a beautiful presentation.
Hi Lori! That makes me so happy to hear! So glad you enjoyed! Hope you are safe and doing well!
Hello, can you use the marinated artichokes in the jar? what kind did you use?
Hi, yes of course!! that’s what I used! Just drain them before using!