Saturday, August 18, 2012

peach dessert



It is peach season around these parts. My Grandmother would always bottle peaches. Then while the peaches were at the peak she would make her peach dessert. It was a creamy, peachy, grahm cracker delight.  She would only make it once a year when the peaches were on. It was a real treat worth waiting for. I miss her so much. I am grateful for her patience to teach me the art of canning and preserving. I hope that I can pass that on to my own children. Below is the link to an older post I have written about learning to cook with her.

Cooking with Grandma


Now on to the recipe

Peach Dessert

2 cups water
2 Tablespoons cornstarch
1 cup sugar
1 small package peach  flavored Jello
4 cups sliced ripe peaches
2 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs
6 Tablespoons powdered sugar
1 cube (4oz) margarine melted
1 8 ounce package cream cheese softened
1 8 ounce tub whipped topping thawed
1/2 cup powdered sugar

step 1. Bing the water, constarch and sugar to a boil
step 2. Stir the jello powder into the hot mix
step 3. Let this mix sit about an hour until cool
step 4. Stir in sliced peaches and chill well in the fridge
step 5 Mix the grahm cracker crumbs, melted margarine, and 6 Tablespoons powdered sugar
step 6. Press about half of the cracker mix in the bottom of a 9x13 pan
step 7. Blend the softened cream cheese, whip topping, and powdered sugar together until light and fluffy
step 8. Spread the chilled fruit mix over the grahm crust
step 9. Spread the cream cheese mix over the fruit
step 10. top with the remaining crumb mix

Chill for an additional 30 minutes or so before serving
 use within 24 hours  When left longer the peaches and crumbs get too soggy.

This is a great dish to bring to a late summer potluck meal




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  1. I just picked up a flat of peaches from our CSA. This is the third flat I have gotten this summer. I am glad to find another recipe that will help use the peaches up.

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  2. It's lovely you have such wonderful memories of your Grandmother, and so nice that she passed the art of canning on to you. Her peach dessert sounds delicious!

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