Pecan-Peach CobblerShowcase two of the South’s most beloved products—peaches and pecans—in this old-fashioned peach cobbler.
Two-Step Fresh Peach Pound CakeTurn out a high-rise cake with a moist, tender crumb by layering the ingredients in the bowl in the order specified. Don't have a stand mixer with a 4-qt. bowl and paddle attachment? Prep the batter in the traditional way.
Peach Streusel PieA crisp streusel topping studded with walnuts and pecans perfectly accents sweet summertime peaches.
Deep Dish Peach PieNothing says summertime like a homemade peach pie. The filling mixture is thickened with both tapioca and cornstarch, and a sprinkling of sugar over the crust adds a bit more sweetness.
Caramelized Peaches with Ice CreamRoasting fresh fruits brings out even more of the fruit’s natural sweetness and is an easy way to make a quick dessert.
Peach-Berry CrumbleWe love this recipe because it's easy enough for busy, weeknight cooking; pop the crumble in the oven when you serve dinner and it'll be ready in about 40 minutes.
Peach Cobbler Ice CreamHere's a delicious ice-cream recipe that has all the flavors of traditional peach cobbler and doesn't require an ice-cream maker: Just stir the ingredients together, and freeze. Fold the whipped topping in with as few strokes as possible while making sure everything is well blended.
Fresh Peach Ice CreamCapture the flavor of summer in this refreshing homemade ice cream that’s perfect for casual summer entertaining.
Georgia Peach TrifleUse a packaged pound cake and instant vanilla pudding mix for this layered make-ahead dessert.
Brandied Peach ShortcakesIn this peachy version of strawberry shortcake, you grill the peaches and spoon them onto squares of citrus-flavored shortcake, and then top with sweetened Greek yogurt.
Peach Upside-Down CakeYou don't want to miss out on your chance to make this Peach Upside-Down Cake. It's fun to look at, but even more fun to eat! It will be the star of your next potluck or summer celebration.
Easy Peach CobblerOnline reviewers claim that this is their favorite peach cobbler recipe and that it tastes like the peach cobblers their mothers and grandmothers used to make.
Sautéed Peaches over Pound CakeRipe peaches don't need much more than a little spiced sugar and butter to turn them into a grand topping for cake and ice cream.
Peach-Nectarine TartYou don’t need a tart pan for this double-fruit dessert because the crust is simply folded up over the peaches and nectarines before baking.
Peach-and-Toasted Pecan Ice CreamLet the rave reviews begin when you churn out a freezer of this homemade ice cream that’s basically a cross between peach ice cream and butter pecan.
No-Bake Peach PieThis luscious dessert comes together easily and is the perfect ending to summer supper with friends. Use the softest and juiciest peaches you have, even slightly overripe fruit. For added peach oomph, chop some of the topping and stir it into the filling.
Peach Limeade GranitaWhat's great about this granita is that you can eat it in its frozen form, or switch things up and serve it as a beverage. Just prepare the limeade as listed in the directions and serve over ice.
Peach and Basil ShortcakeTop a shortcake with two summertime favorites, fresh peaches and basil, for an amazing dessert flavor combination.
Easy Peach CrispTop fresh sauteed peaches with a mixture of granola and frozen yogurt for an easy peach dessert.
So-Easy Peach CobblerThese invidual cups of peach cobbler are easy to make and perfect for summer entertaining.
Rustic Spiced Peach Tart with Almond PastryWhen peaches are ripe and juicy, this divine tart from Christy Rost, cookbook author and host of the public television series A Home for Christy Rost, goes together quickly and looks fabulous in a cast iron skillet—perfect for your next picnic or casual gathering.
Strawberries, Peaches, and Basil with Orange VinaigretteThis colorful and light fruit dessert features fresh peaches, strawberries and blueberries that are tossed in a sweet and tangy dessert vinaigrette.
Brown-Sugar Grilled PeachesGrilling the peaches caramelizes the cinnamon-sugar mixture for a perfect crunch when you bite into the stone fruit.
Peach PiePeach pie isn’t that difficult to make in the summer, especially when you use a store-bought crust instead of one that's homemade. Make the process even quicker by adding peaches with the skins on, lending their bright color to the pie. And on a beautiful summer day, wouldn't you rather skip the step that has you standing over a pot of steaming hot water blanching peaches to remove their skins?
Mini Peach TartsIf you thought peaches couldn't get any better, try them in mini tart form! The combinatino of cute and tasty will gaurantee these cute, little treats will be gone before you know it!