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Wednesday, June 7, 2017


Peach Crisp and Vanilla Ice Cream.
Yum.

21 comments:

  1. Gosh, I've just seen this before I go to bed. I really will have sweet dreams . . . ha. :)

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  2. Seriously I just had supper but wouldn't say no to that beauty! 2 desserts in one day isn't that bad it it? 😉

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  3. Yum! That looks really good!

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    1. It was wonderful! Good thing this little bowls are portion control. haha.

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  4. Hi Betsy - yummy ... I might have forgotten I've seen this when supper time comes around later on and not yearn for it! Just enjoy ... cheers Hilary

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    1. I wish I made extra for breakfast!

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  5. That does look yummy. I love peach cobbler for breakfast. When we have peaches fresh off the tree I make the filling, put it into a ziplock that is in the bowl I will bake it in and freeze that shape. After there are no more fresh fruit I can pull that bag out of the freezer, make the topping and have cobbler in the winter. Oh my is that wonderful. I am going to be thinking cobbler all day!

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    1. Peach cobbler for breakfast sounds wonderful. I made peach pancakes over the weekend and
      they were really good!

      I was just reading about freezing pie filling in the shape of the pie plate...then you make the crust and put the frozen filling in the shell when you're ready to bake. I think I'll try that. Do you have trouble with the fruit turning brown after it's been in the freezer? The fear of brown peaches in a winter pie have made me hesitate trying it.

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    2. With the sugar and I think my recipe has a touch of lemon juice they look fine. I cook the cobbler filling then cool and bag it up and have never had brown peaches. Peach pancakes, yummy! This is such a good eats time of year.

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  6. Sure having quite the snack
    There at your shack!

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  7. Peaches a-plenty!
    Cobbler is one of my favourites... and a big, fat "yes!" to cobbler at brekkie. Yum!

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    1. Doesn't that sound good? Might have to do something about that!

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    1. Thanks, Gloria....it certainly was! I think that's one of my favorite desserts!

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  9. Oh Yum. Next to berry cobbler, peach crisp would be my second choice. Yours looks so delicious.

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    1. I thought of your persimmon bread yesterday when I baked peach bread! Still haven't found
      persimmons around here so peach will have to do!

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  10. We are having peach pie, warmed, and ice cream sometime this evening.

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