Mom’s Peach Pie
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 40 min.
This was my 1st attempt ever making a pie. It looked great, browned nicely. When I went to slice the pie after it cooled down though, the peaches just spilled out. It didn't come out as a slice of pie. More like a scoop of peach filling on top of a crust. I followed the recipe, what did I do wrong? Please let me know. Thank you. By the way my husband and son loved the flavor of the peach filling.
Delicious! Best peach pie I have ever tasted--so juicy. Thank you, Sally, for sharing this recipe.
I found this pie to be a bit bland. I didn't care for the sugar mixture in the bottom of the pie but my friends all enjoyed it. It was easy to put together and a great way to use up extra peaches.
Absolutely wonderful! We enjoyed this immensely, using the last of our last year's frozen peaches....now I eagerly await the new crop to bake again. Thank you Sally, for sharing your family treasure!
I have made this pie several times and it's so delicious! Everyone loves it and the recipe has been shared many times.
Easy, and so good with a scoop of ice cream! Even my picky son had a slice.
A keeper! Easy and delicious. I made my own pie crust and used peaches from my very own peach tree.......
Delicious!! I also added a touch of cinnamon and nutmeg to the topping, simply a personal taste. The purpose of the egg white wash on the bottom crust is to prevent a soggy crust when you use fruit fillings. A lot of people don't understand why that was added, and that's the reason. Very nice, simple and delicious pie recipe. Thank you for sharing.
Outstanding, and so easy! I used a refrigerated pie crust - did not use the egg wash. Used fresh Georgia peaches (about 8-9) and added 2 tsp. of Penzey's Pie Spice - the flavor was out of this world! Definitely will make this again and again!