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Peaches and Cream Cups


This is a great “no fuss” dessert for two.




I saw this recipe over on Laurie’s blog, Cookin’ Up North, and had to make it when the good Michigan peaches were available here.

It’s cool and refreshing ~ a perfect little dessert!

Peaches and Cream Cups

Ingredients:

1 gingersnap cookie, crumbled
¼ teaspoon ground ginger
¾ cup (6-ounces) peach yogurt
¼ cup cream cheese, softened
¼ teaspoon vanilla
1/3 cup fresh peaches, sliced

Method:

In a small bowl, combine crumbs and ginger, set aside.
In a small bowl, beat yogurt, cream cheese and vanilla until smooth.
Fold in peaches.
Spoon into two 6-ounce custard cups.
Cover and refrigerate for 1 hour.
Just before serving, sprinkle with crumb mixture.


ENJOY!






Comments

  1. I love desserts like this. Simple, yummy, and wait, I want to say yummy again. Well, anyway, good eats.

    Happy Weekend :-)

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  2. It doesn't get any better than peaches and cream. Our peaches have been the best in years.
    Sam

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  3. Oh my yum that looks good. I wonder if you can make it with frozen peaches.
    Kristin @ Holy Cannoli Recipes

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  4. Can't Beat the good taste of freshness. This is a simple dessert, but so rich in flavors...YUMMY!!

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  5. Dear Pam, Sounds healthy and satisfying. Have a great weekend. Catherine xo

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  6. Peaches and ginger.. sounds like really delicious dessert!

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  7. It was a fun little dessert! My hubby really liked it. He had surgery recently and I am trying to find recipes that appeal to him.This one was cool and refeshing!

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  8. What a delicious way to enjoy fresh peaches. I'll be so sorry to see the season end.

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  9. I just had a fresh peach with my lunch - love the combination of the gingersnap cookie!

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  10. Pam, This is a terrific looking dessert! Fresh peaches go well with just about anything and the cookies put this one over the top. Laurie will love this! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  11. On my list. I'm a fan of peaches and ginger. Have to look for some of the last peaches of the season.

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