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One thing about having a theme week is that I never know if that month’s Cookbook of the Month will have a recipe in it that will coordinate with the theme.  Seeing that I’m all about peaches this week (with a few bonus posts thrown in!) I went on a search through this month’s cookbook – More Make it Fast, Cook it Slow – looking for a recipe with peaches.  There was one.  Brandy Spiked Peaches.  And since I don’t drink, I didn’t think that would be a recipe that I’d want to make.  So I did the next best thing – I looked for a recipe I could either add peaches into or adapt into a peach dish.


Scalloped Peaches | www.tasteandtellblog.com

This recipe was originally for Scalloped Apples.  To be honest, I didn’t know if or how well it would work out with peaches.  Peaches are much softer than apples, and I wasn’t sure they’d hold up to slow cooking.  But it seemed like my best bet, and I made sure that I’d have time to try something else if this one didn’t work out.

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The house smelled amazing as the slow cooker heated up, and scents of cinnamon and cloves wafted through the house.  The apple recipe cooks the apples for 4 to 5 hours on low, but since I knew the peaches wouldn’t hold up for that long, I checked them at about an hour and a half.  I dipped my spoon into the slow cooker and took a bite of the warm, syrup-y peaches, and immediately fell in love.  I know this recipe was really written for apples, but I’m telling you – this recipe was made for peaches.  The only thing that made this recipe better was the scoop of cold ice cream on top of the warm peaches.  The ice cream would melt and make the peach syrup nice and creamy, and I escaped my crazy day into a moment of peaches and cream bliss.  This is definitley a recipe worth trying – and a great way to finish off Peach Week!

Recipe Rating:  9.25 out of 10

Scalloped Peaches | www.tasteandtellblog.com

Scalloped Peaches
adapted from More Make it Fast, Cook it Slow

serves 8

8 peaches, sliced
1 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ground cloves
1/4 cup butter, sliced
vanilla ice cream, for serving

In the bowl of a 4 quart slow cooker, combine the peaches, sugar, cinnamon, cloves and butter. Toss lightly to combine. Cover and cook on low for 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Serve hot with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.


Here are some more great peach dessert ideas:

Peaches and Cream Ice Pops from Technicolor Kitchen
Blackberry Peach Galette from Cookie and Kate
Brown Sugar-Cinnamon Peach Pie from Pink Parsley

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18 Responses to Cookbook of the Month Recipe – Scalloped Peaches

  1. Liz says:

    Looks delicious. Nothing like a ripe peach in August!

  2. I love how simple this is but it sounds and looks so good! I can almost smell it right through the computer.

  3. Erin says:

    Good idea! The best recipes come from improvising!

  4. I have enjoyed peach week… even better than shark week 🙂
    I’ve got a basket of peaches from the market, and your blog as my guide!

  5. Oh my goodness this just looks so delicious!! We love peaches and this just looks like an awesome recipe!

  6. Joanne says:

    Whoa I am SO SO glad this worked out! Selfishly because, I’ll be making this soon. Could such a delicious dessert get any easier!

  7. Sounds like a delicious salad! But I could have left out the goat cheese as well! I think you either love it or hate it!

  8. Katrina says:

    Amazing. Slow cooked peaches sound like my dream.

  9. This sounds absolutely wonderful!!

  10. Jess says:

    This recipe looks so simple, but tasty, I love it when that happens.

  11. Lynn says:

    I would love this stirred into my morning oatmeal!

  12. Holly says:

    Skin on or peeled? Georgia girl here, can’t WAIT to try this.

    • Deborah says:

      @Holly, I’m pretty sure I left the skin on, mostly because I’m lazy like that! But it all get soft enough that the skin wasn’t an issue for me.

  13. Michelle says:

    Can this be frozen?

  14. Jen says:

    I’ve got a half bushel of nectarines I’ve been feeling guilty about all day cuz I’m just out of steam. Think ill try this recipe with those so they don’t rot and my guilt increases. Lol

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