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Easy Summer Peaches and Cream Pie Recipe

Summer means juicy fresh peaches, so why not make a peach pie? This recipe is easy to assemble and uses no top crust for an “open-faced” dessert. It will be a huge hit at your next cookout or family gathering!

Easy Summer Peach Pie

Ingredients:

6 ripe peaches, peeled and sliced
1 unbaked deep-dish pastry shell (9 inches)
1/2 cup sugar
3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup heavy whipping cream
Sliced almonds for garnish (optional)

Directions:

Preheat oven to 400° F.

Arrange peaches in the pastry shell. In a small bowl, combine sugar, flour, cinnamon, and salt; stir in cream until smooth. Pour over peaches.

Bake on a cookie sheet for 45-50 minutes or until filling is just set (if you need to, cover the crust edges with aluminum foil to avoid burning). Top with sliced almonds if desired. Serve warm or cold with ice cream or whipped cream. Refrigerate any leftovers. Makes 6-8 servings.

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Tony Curmi
Tony Curmi
3 years ago

This sounds great as I love peaches. Understand that I am a novice baker, so am wondering where does the cinnamon go? I would ‘guess’ in with the salt, flour and sugar. I am planning on making this for a little gathering. I will let ya know how it goes.

Susan Higgins
3 years ago
Reply to  Tony Curmi

Hi Tony, thanks for catching that — we have fixed the recipe. Yes, you would add the cinnamon with the other dry ingredients. Enjoy!

Carole Currier
Carole Currier
3 years ago

When making any kind of fruit pie, the ingredients are generally
always all mixed together before putting the filling (all ingredients)
in the pie crust. Cinnamon is what provides the flavor to many
fruit pies.

NoAZLady
NoAZLady
3 years ago

Are nutrient values available? (Calories; carbohydrates; etc.)

harriet douglass
harriet douglass
2 years ago

I use tapioca flour in place of the flour (in your recipe), and also a bit of nutmeg, and sometimes, a drop or two of almond flavor. But I’ll try yours!

Joanne
Joanne
3 months ago

Does it have to be heavy whipping cream? Whole or 2%?

Susan Higgins
3 months ago
Reply to  Joanne

Hi Joanne, I don’t think they make a 2% whipping cream. It should be heavy whipping cream.