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Peach Crisp with Sweet Topping


Woo hoo!
Bring on the sugar ~ butter and peaches!



After eating this peach crisp, you'll be dreaming about it in your sleep!




This is undoubtedly the shortest post I’ve ever written ~ and this is undoubtedly the best peach crisp I have ever eaten!

It’s Laurie's simple easy recipe from here that's pretty close to perfect!



                          Put it together                            and                                  baked!                                








It's peachy keen!



Peach Crisp with Sweet Topping
Printable recipe

Ingredients:

6-7 peaches, peeled and sliced
½ teaspoon almond extract
1 cup flour
1 cup white sugar
¼ cup brown sugar
½ to ¾ cinnamon (I used 1 teaspoon)
¼ teaspoon salt
1 stick butter 

Method:

Preheat oven to 375°.
Grease an 8” baking dish.
Mix the sliced peaches with the almond extract and pour into the baking dish.
Mix the dry ingredients together.
Cut in the butter with a pastry cutter or fork until crumbly.
Sprinkle on top of the peaches.
Bake for 45 minutes until peaches are tender and the topping is evenly browned  (I baked it for 1 hour).
Serve warm with ice cream


Enjoy!



Comments

  1. Looks so good....love almond extract with peaches.

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    1. Hi William, thanks! I'm a believer with the almond extract, first time I've used it with peaches, it's great! Have a good week!

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  2. Juicy, sweet and crisp...awesome, Pam.

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  3. Perfect timing with peaches in their prime, looks like a fab crisp!

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    1. Thanks, Evelyne! I think it's great! :-)

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  4. What a perfect summer dessert! Just right for the scrumptious peaches in my fridge!!!

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    1. Thanks, Liz! Enjoy those peaches!

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  5. We love crisps!
    Enjoy this end of summer Pam

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    1. Thanks, Monique! You enjoy the rest of your summer also.

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  6. Pam, Sign me up for a couple helpings of this dessert! This is my kind of sweet treat, that's for sure... Peach crisp even beats out a peach cobbler...just by a fraction though. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Ha, I hear you, Dave! This is soooo good, hard to resist 2 or 3 helpings! Take care

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    1. Thanks, Gloria! It's sweet and yummy!

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  8. This sounds like something I could certainly eat a few helpings of. It looks wonderfully delicious, and NJ peaches are plentiful right now. I think I will have to give it a try. Nice post, Pam!

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    1. Great, Kathy! It is so good and I bet you will really like it too! Take care

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  9. We've been eating peaches almost every day. Got to take advantage of local peaches while they're in the stores, right? This looks terrific -- my kind of dish. Thanks!

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    1. Right on, John! Go for it while the local peaches are good and fresh! Thanks for the visit!

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  10. It's the simple recipes that always seem to be the best and especially those with fruit! Love it! Have a wonderful week Pam.

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    1. You're right, Tricia! Simple is good and delicious! Have a fun rest of the week!

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  11. I love peaches. Finally got my mitts on local ones today. Soon to be pie. Gonna steal your idea for the toppings. Unless I make hand-pies, but either way, I'm going to be using your idea for the rounds on top. So fun. Thanks again.

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    1. Woo hoo! That would be great with the rounds, Ivy! Delicious! Way to go!

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  12. Oooh...looks delicious! No words needed! The photo says it all, yummy!

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  13. Peach Crisp rates ***** in my home, too, Pam! A definite treat at this time of year. :)
    ~Judy

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    1. I agree, Judy! Have a great weekend!

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  14. Oh! I want to try this peach crisp...and I have all the ingredients...it sure looks delicious Pam! Thanks for the recipe.
    Hope you are enjoying your week :)

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    1. Thanks, Juliana! You enjoy your weekend!

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  15. I cannot get enough of the peaches this year, they are so good. I bet this is delicious!!

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    1. It is Cheri! The peaches have been the best this summer, we love them!

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  16. I love peach crisp -- this is a perfect late summer treat!

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    1. Thanks, Amy! I love it too! Take care

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  17. I don't mind a short post when it involves something delicious. The peach crisp looks great.

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    1. Thanks, Karen! :-) Have a wonderful weekend!

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  18. Dear Pam, This is absolutely a delicious dessert!!
    Have a wonderful weekend. xo Catherine

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    1. Thanks, Catherine! Hope you're having a wonderful weekend too! Hugs

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  19. This looks absolutely delicious! I love a warm fruit dessert.

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    1. Thanks, I like the warm fruit dessert also. Take care

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  20. Oh yum, I love peaches, they are my fav fruits! Must be delicious:)

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    1. Thanks, Natalia! My family thinks the same, great fruit and a delicious dessert!

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    1. Thanks, Carrie! Have a good week!

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  22. Only by seeing it, I will be dreaming of it!

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    1. Ha! Thanks, Katerina! Sweet dreaming!

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