No Recipe Zone – Baked Peaches





Well, peach season is coming to an end.  To mark it’s passing, I bought a bushels worth of some of the last crop from a local farmer, and this week I have been busy canning some for future use, making peach baby food cubes, & oodles of peach preserves…and of course, eating them fresh!  I also made some Peaches & Cream Cake, which I shared the recipe for back in the beginning of August.  After all of this, we were down to just a couple of peaches left.  So, after dinner, I prepared this super easy dessert for the kiddos & myself.  When I was a little girl, my MawMaw would make this for me.  It’s such a simple thing to do, & it tastes so so good!

You can use as many or as little peaches as you wish.  I like to blanch mine first to easily remove the skins as my grandmother used to do…but you don’t have to if you prefer the skins on.  

Cut your peaches in half, & remove the pit.  Place them cut side up in a baking dish & stuff the middles with brown sugar.



Sprinkle on a little cinnamon.

Dollop on a slice of butter on each peach.



Bake, uncovered, at 375 for 15 minutes.



Serve in a bowl, making sure you drizzle all that yummyness at the bottom of your pan on top.  Top with a scoop of ice cream.  I use butter pecan as that’s what MawMaw always used.  MmmmMmm – so good!





Enjoy!!

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  • OH MY GOSH.Im gonna try this.

  • Wow. These sound amazingly delicious. thanks for sharing this simple recipe.

  • Oh my! These look decadent… with the brown sugar and the ice cream. YUM!!

  • Oh, how delicious! I’ll try it also! Thanks for the suggestion.
    Greetings from Germany
    Liebe Grüße, Petra

  • These look yummy and easy for this baking rookie 🙂

  • Yummy! I can’t wait to try this. And, since I have to limit my dairy, I think I’ll have some coconut milk ice cream with the peaches!

  • I’m a horrible cook and I have been making these all summer with great success! We liked them with ice cream and pound cake. Your excellent photos are making me hungry for them again!

  • Gotta try that some time – sounds great! And easy.

  • My husband loves peaches, they are not my favorite, but by the looks of this even I would love it!

  • Wow!!, really just Wow!! I want one of these – right now! What a great treat your Mawmaw made you! Thanks for linking to the heath’nsoul blog hop!

  • Hi Crystal! So glad you found your way to the hearth and soul hop! I am now following you on twitter and grabbed your rss feed! I am going to be making this recipe and featuring it on my I Tried It at A moderate life on Thoughts on friday tomorrow, so please stop by and say Hi! I make the recipe, put up a picture of it, then link back to your site so people can see how to make it! I LOVE hot peaches and this is so special cause its made with Maw Maw love! Alex@amoderatelife

  • These sound like the perfect dish! Thanks so much for sharing this goodness with the hearth ‘n soul hop this week, but please remember to add a link back to any of the hosting sites so that others can find the hop and share in the fun. 🙂

  • Aw, now see, I’m the lucky one because my peaches still aren’t quite ripe, so I still get to try all of these yummy peach recipes. Thanks for linking up at Hearth and Soul this week.

  • I love peaches, and this looks like a beautiful way to have them – delicious.
    Sue

  • Bonnie

    I came across your blog from pinterest. I made this tonight for dessert with some farm fresh peaches and homemade vanilla gelato that I picked up from my local farmers market this afternoon. Before, I baked the peaches I drizzled a little bit of my homemade vanilla extract. These were delicious that we actually licked our plates clean. Thanks so much for the easy guide. Feel free to read my blog post about it. http://bonzblogz.blogspot.com/2013/07/baked-peaches-for-two.html

    • This is awesome, thanks so much for telling me! 🙂

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