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PEACH CRISP WITH PECAN CRUMBLE

PEACH CRISP WITH PECAN CRUMBLE Posted on June 21, 201617 Comments

My kids were born in Florida, but we have been Georgia residents for almost 10 years. They have slowly made the transition from oranges and grapefruit to peaches and pecans. My cooking has done the same. I still love my citrus and the tropical flavors, but I can cook up some mean southern comfort foods. We have also learned to love our state fruit, the peach, and use it in many recipes. My favorite to cook has to be peach crisp.

When we first moved to GA, a lot of our new neighbors brought us by housewarming dinners which included as dessert. Can you guess what our new GA neighbors brought us for dessert? You got it, peach crisp. Seems like everyone has their own unique spin. I am no different. Through the years my peach crisp has grown to include another of Georgia’s delicacies, pecans. My husband loves pecans. So, it makes since they made their way into my peach crisp.

PEACH CRISP WITH PECAN CRUMBLE

In honor of National Peaches and Cream Day, I wanted to fill you in on my very Georgia inspired peach crisp. By the way, don’t forget to top it off with a healthy portion of whipped cream. Enjoy!!!

PEACH CRISP WITH PECAN CRUMBLE

INGREDIENTS FOR FILLING

7 Fresh Peaches (peeled, pitted, and sliced)

1/2 TB Fresh Lemon Juice

1 TSP Chopped Lemon Zest

1/2 TB Vanilla Extract

1/2 Cup Packed Brown Sugar

2 TB Sugar

3 TB All Purpose Flour

1 TSP Salt

INGREDIENTS FOR TOPPING

1 Cup All Purpose Flour

1/2 Cup Old Fashion Oats

1/2 Cup Packed Brown Sugar

1/2 Cup Sugar

1 1/4 Stick Salted Butter(cut into about 1/2 inch slices)

8 OZ Pecans (reserve a hand full for topping)

1-2 TB Water

1 TB Honey

INSTRUCTIONS

PEACH CRISP WITH PECAN CRUMBLE

Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. Combine peaches, lemon juice, lemon zest, and vanilla extract in bowl and mix. In separate bowl mix flour, brown sugar, sugar, and salt. Pour dry mixture into peaches and stir until all dry ingredients are dissolved. Spray a pie pan with non-stick baking spray. Place peach mixture into pie pan.

PEACH CRISP WITH PECAN CRUMBLE

In a food processor, combine flour, oats, brown sugar, and sugar. All about half the butter and pulse. Add in pecans and remaining butter and pulse until all ingredients are well combined in a crumble consistency. Add 1 TB of water to mixture and pulse until combine. Pour crumble over peaches in pie pan. Place pan on a foil lined cookie sheet put in oven for 25 minutes.

PEACH CRISP WITH PECAN CRUMBLE

Chop reserved pecans. In a small bowl, combine pecans and honey. Mix until pecans are coated with honey. After the crisp completes ย the 20 minute baking, remove from oven and sprinkle with honey coated pecans. Return to the oven and allow to bake for 10 additional minutes.

Remove from oven and serve hot topped with whipped cream.

17 thoughts on “PEACH CRISP WITH PECAN CRUMBLE

  1. I love pecans and GA pecans are the best – especially the ones that come from my parent’s pecan orchard. ๐Ÿ™‚ I was born and raised in GA and the peaches and pecans can’t be beat. I’m looking forward to making your peach crisp – looks delicious.

  2. This sounds so good. We have a lot of fresh peaches lately and I have been trying to find new recipes to use them in.

  3. This looks amazing! I am totally crazy about peaches right now and the softness with the crunch of the pecans looks amazing! I can’t wait to try this recipe.

  4. This looks so delicious! I love fresh peaches in the summer! ๐Ÿ™‚ I have to save this recipe for later for sure! Yummmmmmy! Thanks for sharing!

  5. This peach crisp with pecan crumble I am going to be making for the family get together for July 4th. It looks and sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  6. This looks so delicious. Would be perfect for Canada Day! It’s so different, my kids would really enjoy it too!

  7. I want this for dinner now, lol. seriously this look amazing! I have to make it.

  8. That looks really tasty. I have never had a peach crisp before. I would love to make this.

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