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Millions of Peaches, Peaches For Me…

Posted Nov 04 2009 10:04pm
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Peaches- and a stray nectarine.

A couple of days ago, I bought a half dozen peaches, with no idea what I’d be doing with them.  Although I wanted to make something incredible, something original… they ripened too quickly for me to think of other ideas, so I just made a peach crisp, using the same recipe as my Mom’s rhubarb crisp

I used a 1.4 L Corningware dish for this one, since I didn’t have enough peaches for my usual 9×13 casserole dish.

Peaches, all sliced and peeled.

Peaches, all sliced and peeled.

I made the topping almost the same as the Rhubarb crisp, except I added a 1/2 tsp of cinnamon.

Dry ingredients- with the darkest brown sugar I've ever seen.

Dry ingredients- with the darkest brown sugar I' ve ever seen.

After cutting in a 1/2 cup of butter, I spread about half the topping on the peaches (only needing half- I forgot I was using a smaller dish, unfortunately):
Pretty texture eh?

Pretty texture eh?

After baking for 40 minutes, here’s what we got:
Yummy!

Yummy!

DSC01203

Peaches- and a stray nectarine.

A couple of days ago, I bought a half dozen peaches, with no idea what I’d be doing with them.  Although I wanted to make something incredible, something original… they ripened too quickly for me to think of other ideas, so I just made a peach crisp, using the same recipe as my Mom’s rhubarb crisp

I used a 1.4 L Corningware dish for this one, since I didn’t have enough peaches for my usual 9×13 casserole dish.

Peaches, all sliced and peeled.

Peaches, all sliced and peeled.

I made the topping almost the same as the Rhubarb crisp, except I added a 1/2 tsp of cinnamon.

Dry ingredients- with the darkest brown sugar I've ever seen.

Dry ingredients- with the darkest brown sugar I' ve ever seen.

After cutting in a 1/2 cup of butter, I spread about half the topping on the peaches (only needing half- I forgot I was using a smaller dish, unfortunately):
Pretty texture eh?

Pretty texture eh?

After baking for 40 minutes, here’s what we got:
Yummy!

Yummy!

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