I just love Peaches and for this week’s Foodie Friday Roundup I’m gathering a bunch of Peaches Recipes. Although picking season is over in a bunch of places right now, I’ve got to tell you about a farm in South Carolina who has a fun Facebook page – Fishers Orchard. Looks like you can pick your own peaches while they are in season. Mmmm can you just taste the freshly picked peaches in one of the recipes below? 🙂
My first go-to recipe when I hear peaches is cobbler. This is not the little guy sitting in a shop piled high with shoes. It’s the scrumptious dessert filled with ooey-gooey peaches and topped with a sugary pastry sweet lid. Here’s a great recipe from OMGChocolateDesserts.com I’m highlighting this one because it’s super easy and it’s peach cobbler! YUM! http://omgchocolatedesserts.com/super-easy-peach-cobbler/
Now, I was thinking of finding a peach yogurt recipe and was feeling all healthy since I’m back on the weight-loss each good all the time wagon. Then I found this Peach and Blueberry Greek Yogurt Cake from JuliasAlbum.com and that low sugar and carb dream flew out the window! Although who knew that substituting Greek yogurt for part of the butter could help be a bit more healthy.
I know it’s way past back to school in Louisiana (by like a month) but it’s still REALLY hot here! We’ve had a cold snap lately in the 80s but it’s only a matter of time before it gets back into the 90s. That’s why I’m featuring this frozen peach treat that’s only 3 ingredients from DelightfullEMade.com. YUM! My kids would love these popsicles.
Here’s something I would never ever though of from Pillsbury.com – Peach Crescent Dumplings. Are peaches delicious? Yes. Are crescent rolls delicious? Yes. Sound like a perfect dish!
With all of these yummy dishes to eat, we need something to wash them down with right? How about a peach smoothie? Mmmmm. This peach smoothie is from DesignEatRepeat.com
And now for one of my favorite ways to eat peaches… After slicing up 4-5 peaches into wedges, I put these in a mixing bowl and stir in a tablespoon of sugar. Let this sit in the fridge overnight and it makes for a DELICIOUS breakfast treat!
What’s your most peachy peach recipe? I’d love to hear from you in the comments below.