Old fashioned peach pie made using no eggs and with a very quick and easy yet flavorful peach filling. Serve the peach pie with some whipped cream or ice cream to make this the perfect summer dessert.
I love pies. I love pies even though I always struggle with the pie crust. I love pies because there is nothing more comforting than a warm piece of pie, with a side of whipped cream or ice cream on the side.
My all time favorite pie has to be apple pie, only because its such a classic. Its also probably the first pie I ever ate, and the first pie I ever baked. But this peach pie recipe I am sharing today is equally good.
I have fairly good luck with this pie crust in winters. In summers though, its a different story. In this weather, pie crust can be such a pain to work with. And if what you decide is a lattice top to go for, an all butter pie crust is inviting trouble. I would suggest adding a little shortening to the peach pie crust to make it easier to work with, especially if you choose to go with an intricate design on the top. If you want something simpler, then go ahead with this all butter pie crust I am sharing.
While fresh peaches are no longer available here, you can easily use canned peaches, which is what I did. The recipe is fairly easy once you have your lattice rolled out, and the results are lip smacking good!
There is nothing more comforting than a slice of apple pie. I love chocolate and believe me I do love it, but there is something about apple pie that screams to be eaten and can beat a chocolate dessert on certain days. Buttery and flaky crust, a sweet tart apple filling, beautiful lattice work or even the simple kinds, with a scoop of ice cream or without, apple pie is comfort food; the perfect comforting dessert.
I have been wanting to share this recipe for a while now and I am glad I have managed to do it this year before thanksgiving. I have made this recipe so many times that I have lost count. Generally a recipe that I make this often lands up on the blog sooner than later. But with this pie it took a while to have it up on the blog. Somehow whenever I made it, I was never able to photograph it. It always got over before I got a chance to shoot it. But finally I did get to take pictures of the finished pie and here I am today sharing the recipe for my favorite apple pie on the blog.
Whole cranberries cooked to make a sweet tart sauce, spread on top of a block of brie (a soft cow’s milk cheese), sprinkled with toasted almonds and then covered with puff pastry which is baked to golden brown perfection.
That’s the recipe I am sharing with you guys today.
Easy and quick, especially if you are using store bought puffed pastry sheets. If you are feeling adventurous you can use this recipe to make homemade puff pastry. If not, store bought will do just fine. The results either way will be lip smacking good.