All summer, my friend and I have been trying to go peach picking. Both other times the stars aligned and we had some time off together during their hours & planned to do it, they closed due to thunder storms!
Well, we finally made it!
It was like picking peaches on the surface of the sun. Over 110 heat index; but they were beautiful and sweet and I wanted to make a crumble cobbler!
I used this super simple recipe; it turned out pretty yum. It was nice to bake something I was excited about---- it’s been a while for me!
Mmmm, hand picked peaches!
Reminds me of my childhood; we had a tree that produced such juicy peaches, we werent allowed to eat them indoors!
My mouth is literally watering as I’m reading about your peach cobbler! Sounds SO good!
They are at their lovely peak right now, aren’t they? We bought a big basket at the market to slice & freeze for making Yonana icecreme (link to the machine we have) but they were all eaten up before I could get to it! I guess I’ll need a bigger basket if I intend to bake anything.
I must try this recipe - it looks so good!
Oh my goodness this looks amazing. My first ever “real” recipe was peach cobbler (thanks, grandpa). This crumble looks just wonderful.
This looks sooooo good! Peach crumble is a huge favorite! It’s like summer in a baking dish!
Ahhh! Thank you guys so much!
It was really nice to feel like baking again; I used to love it but lost the desire in recent years. Maybe I’ll start feeling like it again.
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This looks so delicious! You are so brave to go outside when it’s that hot. I’m sure I’d melt. Or whine the entire time. Probably both.
Palisade Peaches are incredibly popular here in Colorado. So sweet and so juicy. I purchased a few and ate mine over the sink.
Your cobbler looks so yummy!
HA!! So true, normally I’d do anything to avoid it. For a friend as great as her though— it was worth it.
wow those peaches look like perfection. Yummy!
Ooooh, that looks so yummy.