You’ve heard of baked apples, but have you ever tried baked peaches? This fall dessert is a perfect combination of spices and fruit.
You know we love easy recipes around here, and this is just another fantastic one that uses pantry items to create something drool worthy. Baked Peaches are like eating peach cobbler without the crust. Just the sweet delicious juices from the peaches and cinnamon sugar combination.
Baked Peaches can be a stand-alone dessert, or snack, or heck might as well make them for breakfast one day! It’s not the alone way to eat them, though.
My first thought is to add a scoop of ice cream and pretend I’m balancing out my late night snack with fruit. You could also whip up some cream with a little almond extract for a peaches and cream dessert. If you choose to go for these baked peaches in the morning, try them with a bowl of yogurt and granola!
- 5 Freestone Peaches
- 10 tsp Brown Sugar
- 5 tsp Butter
- 1 tsp Cinnamon
- 2 TBSP Sugar
- Preheat oven to 375 F.
- Split peaches in half and
- Place peach halves in 9x13" dish.
- Fill each peach half with 1 teaspoon of brown sugar.
- Cut butter into ½ tablespoon pats and place on top of each peach half.
- In a small dish combine cinnamon and sugar and mix well.
- Sprinkle each peach with cinnamon sugar mixture.
- Bake for 30 minutes
Now the question is, will you serve Baked Peaches as a quick snack or dessert on any old night, or will you save it for a special occasion like Thanksgiving or Christmas? Personally I think no matter when you serve them, you’ll be happy you did.