Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Recipe: Grandma's Peach Pie

My Grandma can make and has made just about every kind of dessert pie there is, but I was lucky enough to learn her secrets when peaches were in season! This recipe is simple and quite quick if you have your crust already made, but the results are a great pie that showcases the ripe peaches! Thanks again to Grandma for sharing some family recipes, her time and thoughts!Get the crust recipe...

Grandma's Peach Pie
The Recipe: Peach Pie

Filling for one standard pie
5 medium sized free stone peaches cut into wedges (about 8 per peach)
2 eggs beaten
1/2 cup of sugar
1 tsp cinnamon
1 tbsp butter at room temperature

Heat your oven to 400 degrees. Add the peaches to the pie crust. Beat the sugar into the eggs and pour over the peaches. Fresh peachesSprinkle the cinnamon around the top of the peaches. With your finger add a thin layer of butter the edge of the crust. This prevents the juices in the pie from bubbling over. Place the pie on the middle rack of the oven at 400 and bake for 10 minutes. Reduce the heat to 350 degrees and cook fro an addtional 30 minutes and enjoy!


Mother Rimmy said...

This is really a wonderful post. I love your grandma! I'll use the butter around the pie crust next time I make a pie. What a great tip!

catering Fort Lauderdale said...

Each of the ingredients involved in the making seems to blend well to each other, summing it up to a very rich, creamy taste and look. What’s better in this is that the amount of milk and cheese really adds an extra bounce for the product as a whole.

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