Peach Crumble Dessert Recipe
- 6 cups sliced peeled ripe peaches
- 1/4 cup packed brown sugar
- 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
- 1 teaspoon lemon juice
- 1/2 teaspoon grated lemon peel
- 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 1 cup all-purpose flour
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
- 1 large egg, lightly beaten
- 1/2 cup butter, melted and cooled
- Vanilla ice cream, optional
- 1. Preheat oven to 375°. Place peaches in a greased shallow 2-1/2-qt. baking dish. In a small bowl, combine brown sugar, flour, lemon juice, peel and cinnamon; sprinkle over the peaches.
- 2. Combine flour, sugar, baking powder, salt and nutmeg. Stir in egg until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Sprinkle over the peaches. Pour butter evenly over topping.
- 3. Bake 35-40 minutes. Serve with ice cream if desired. Yield: 10-12 servings.
1 each: 237 calories, 8g fat (5g saturated fat), 38mg cholesterol, 167mg sodium, 40g carbohydrate (28g sugars, 2g fiber), 2g protein.
Reviews for Peach Crumble Dessert
"OMG this was excellent!!! I followed the directions to the T. I kept sampling to make sure it was good and I ended up eating the whole corner out. ;) The flavor is insanely wonderful. Thank you!"
"Fantastic! I threw away my other long time recipe after trying this one. Definite keeper!"
"This recipe is great and not to sweet! I know some people were against using one cup of sugar as I read the reviews but the topping mixture ratio with one cup of flour wasn't creating a great crumble. Definitely something you can whip up quickly with canned peaches but will take a little more time when slicing and peeling whole peaches. All in all a great dessert!"
"This peach crumble is great! My family asks me to make it all the time. Sometimes I resent and ask why? (that's just because I'm lazy and not much of a cook). And they say "Because it's so good!" It's the best with fresh peaches. I've made it with canned and it's good, but not the same. If you've got a sweet tooth like me, try doubling the recipe for the brown sugar part (excluding peaches). A great dessert and a family favorite of ours!"
"My neighbor brought over 5 large ripe peaches from a farm stand so I made this last night. It was delicious. I only used 1/2 the amount of granulated sugar and butter suggested and it came out perfect. I split the recipe between 2 loaf pans and baked for 42 minutes until top was brown. The topping was nice and crunchy. I had a piece cold for breakfast and it was great."
"Sorry, not sure what went wrong, but this was pretty much inedible."
"Just a warning! I used overly ripe peaches! It was not cobbler.. It was more of an ice cream topper! :p Im sure it will still taste good though! (Very runny)"
"I followed the suggestion of one of the reviewers and decreased the granulated sugar to 1/2 cup and didn't change any of the rests of the recipe. It was delicious! It was plenty sweet and didn't need the extra sugar. This recipe is definitely a keeper! I'll make it again!"
"I agree with jesskat3. There is plenty of crumble and crunch in the toppings to accompany the peaches. This is an easy dessert to make, and tastes amazing. Its definitely one to keep in the recipe box. I also left the lemon peel out since I had no lemons on hand. This dessert tasted amazing with fresh whipping cream."
"I almost didn't make this because when I read through the ingredients, I thought it wouldn't be crumbly enough. But this is just amazing. I'm sitting here seriously considering a 3rd piece."
"This was DELICIOUS!! I skipped the lemon peel, and also added a teaspoon of good vanilla to the topping mixture. I used about 1/2 cup sugar in the topping, it doesn't need a full cup. Other than that, I made it as directed. This will become a staple in my house for sure! Melt the butter before you start the recipe, although I don't know why it needed to cool ahead of time as the recipe said to do. Btw, to peel the skin: I blanched the peaches in a pot of boiling water for 30-40 seconds (they were large sized peaches) and then plunged into cold water afterward. The skin came off smoothly at that point."
"Made this for my "Girls Night Out" group and everyone loved it."
"I left out the lemon peel and mixed the initial mixture with the peaches, and it was fabulous! The whole family loved it."
"I made this last night with the fresh peaches I picked up from the farmers market Saturday. My husband took it to work with him and it was gone by lunch. My husband really liked this recipe. I look forward to making this again soon. I did add a 1/2 tsp of vanilla to the topping. Otherwise left it as it was stated. Thanks!!"
"Delicious! I served it with frozen peach yogurt."
"This is one of my all-time favorite recipes and have made several times!I stir the sugar mixture with the peaches instead of just sprinkling over top, seems to come out better. Doesn't need lemon zest but sure if would be good if I had it. Added vanilla to the topping. SO good with vanilla ice cream!"
"could this recipe be made with peaches in jars from the grocery store? It sounds delicious but don't have fresh peaches handy."
"This is so good. I used Splenda instead of white sugar."
"This is a great way to use fruit of the season. I also have used apples and canned blueberries and they all taste wonderful. This is also a quick dessert for drop by company!"
"I used 6 medium sized peaches and would have liked more peaches. It was good and I will try again. Easy to make."
"I made this today. I had a bag of fresh ripe peaches. This is so good and easy to make. I thought it was going to be too sweet but it is perfect. Will be making this again."
"I cheat .... I just use 'Bisquick' for the topping. That aside, double the batch .. there will be no left overs."
"I made this for my husband the other day and he LOVED it! Very quick and easy to make!"
"Made this recently delicous"
"This was delicious and I was lucky enough to use fresh picked peaches from a local orchard! Of course a scoop of vanilla ice cream was the perfect compliment on the side!"
"Could not find fresh peaches, so I used three large cans of peaches, drained, and made a hardsauce of the juice instead of icecream, delicious"
"Made this a few weeks ago with fresh peachs from the farmers market.. sooo good and so easy!"
"So easy grandkids were able to make it with very little supervision."
"This is SO yummy! I have made it 3 times in 3 weeks, for various functions, and it's been a big hit. I like that I don't have to get my mixer out, too."
"Very tasty. I also omitted the lemon peel without sacrificing taste. I only peeled and sliced the peaches without blanching. Don't use too shallow of a baking dish. This is a fair amount of ingredients. I've put this one in my recipe box."
"My peach crumble came out good! Although, I had some juicy liquid in the filling after baking... I think it was just because my peaches were overly ripe."
"So delicious! My mother in law sent over 2 jars of canned peaches which made this recipe even easier!"
"15 minute prep time isn't remotely close. Once your peaches are blanched, peeled and sliced, then start calculating the time. It's still insufficient. Just give yourself a lot of time and have multiple bowls read. Tast was good with vanilla ice cream."
"I added more than 1 cup of flour in mine....very, very good!"
"WOW. We brought peaches home from SC and my son was begging for a pie. I found this recipe and it was so easy. Like others I didnt use grated lemon peel amd noone was the wiser. Will be making again. Excited to see how this redipe will taste using apples instead of peaches come fall :)"
"I would make this recipe again. Perfect"
"I was given a lot of fresh peaches and needed a recipe to use them up. I had all the ingredients for this so thought I'd give it a try. Delicious!!! The only thing I didn't have on hand was a lemon for the peel, but it was wonderful even without it. We will definately make this again, soon!!"
"Very good recipe. My guests raved about it - put this on in my recipe box for sure! Mmmm..."
"Awesome recipe!! my whole family loved it!!"
"This was very good. I left out the lemon peel; it was still a great dessert. Very easy to make. It took some time to peel and cut up the peaches, but well worth it."
"Really enjoyed this! My husband came home with fresh local peaches the other day, so I found this recipe and made this last night. In-laws dropped by unexpectedly and enjoyed as well. Will definitely make again!"
"This is comparable to an English crumble except we don't use egg and we mix the butter with the flour and sugar etc to make it "breadcrumbey" for our topping.Oatmeal isn't used as crumbles in England at all so that was a very alien innovation for me the first time I moved here!I loved this recipe but had it with a hot custard sauce as we do in England instead of the ice cream and it was just too moreish!"
"My husband was a little skeptical at first since there was no oatmeal in it, but after he had some he just couldn't stop. This recipe is absolutely the right sweetness without taking away from the ripe peaches. I found my husband sneaking more after everyone had gone to bed."
"definitely would make again"
"Very easy and delicious. It took about 10-15 minutes longer for my peach crumble to bake, but I had prepared it ahead of time and refrigerated it, so that may be the reason for a longer baking time. I would definitely make this again!"
"This was truly delicious! My husband was skeptical but tried it and loved it."
"One of my family favorite recipes. Great warm or chilled.Kansascakedecorater"