Peaches are one of those seasonal pleasures we all wish were available all year round. Make the most out of peach season and the batches of peaches you have frozen with this comprehensive list of peach desserts, drinks, dips, and more.
Recipes like this peach ice cream are great for keeping the peach season going way past when it ends. The best part is you can make it with or without an ice cream machine.
If you’re looking for a quick and simple recipe that will please whatever crowd you have coming over, then this blueberry peach crisp is just the thing. Replace the topping ingredients with vegan or gluten free variants for a satisfying dessert anyone with dietary restrictions can enjoy.
This elevated version of peaches and cream will teach you exactly how to make your very own whipped cream. Add your favorite nuts or additional fruit for an extra layer of yum.
Dump cake may sound sketchy, but its simplicity will have you wondering why you ever made those Instagram level decorated cakes to begin with. This scrumptious cake made pretty much by dumping in all its ingredients will hit the spot every single time.
This traditional and straightforward peach cobbler is just what you need after a long day of work. Make it whenever the mood strikes and keep the leftovers as a treat for when you’re stressed. That is… if there are any leftovers.
Three ingredients is all you need to make a peach jam perfect for spreading on any pastry. Get creative by experimenting with your favorite spices or additional fruits.
Onions aren’t the only carmelized food you’ll want to add to everything after trying out this caramelized peaches recipe. You’ll love putting skillet or grill caramalized peaces in desserts and even as a side for your savory meals.
These peach dumplings are like if cobbler dreamed of becoming a pastry when it grew up. If you love flaky pastry dough and gooey peach filling then this recipe is just for you.
In just the weirdly exact time of 43 minutes, you can produce this creative cake and its brown sugar icing. You’ll even love mixing and matching them with other recipes on this and our other lists.
Hand pies are the perfect dough to filling ratio that are easy to both serve and save for later. Pair them with some ice cream for an even more scrumptious dessert.
We love recipes that you can simply prepare then leave for a bit to just do their thing. This crock pot peach butter is one of those examples. You’ll love including it at every brunch or just having around to spread on your favorite pastries.
This peach kuchen is as straightforward as the German langauge from which it gets its name. The secret is to have some almond extract available to subtly elevate it from plain cake batter to your next go-to recipe.
You’ll want to host a British style tea party just to try out this peach scone recipe. The addition of a fresh peach to the scone batter will both brighten and moisten it up. To go the extra kilometer, try out one of our whipped cream recipes on the side.
Up your lemonade game with this homemade strawberry peach version. Your next favorite summer time drink is as easy as saucepan, blend, cool.
A Spicy Perspective keeps it versatile with their peach crumble pie that can be made with either fresh or frozen peaches. Adapt it to your taste by trying out an oat and nut blend you really like.
Don’t put pie filling in a corner! It can come in handy for all sorts of desserts other than pie. Prepare this recipe and keep it on hand for those suprprise guests or gatherings that pop up out of nowhere.
Seasons & Suppers does a great job of walking their readers not just through preparing their recipe, but also the best ways to serve and preserve it. With their tutelage, you’ll be making pull apart bread of both the peach and non-peach variety like a pro in no time.
Brunches beware, your peach crumb bars will be the talk of the town. Even though these bars shouldn’t be prepared too far in advance, they’re a great recipe to have on hand. Besides, it’s not like there will be many leftovers after you serve them to your loved ones anyway.
These peach fritters are a quick and simple varient of other handheld recipes you love. Plus, this recipe’s novel powdered sugar glaze makes it a two-in-one. You’ll love trying it all together or mixing and matching with other baked goods and glazes.
A strict paleo diet stays away from everything carb and most things dairy. If you’re looking to try the fad diet or know somene focusing on their figure, this peach popsicle recipe that uses almond milk is well worth trying. Who knows? It could even become a fan favorite with everyone in your life.
This recipe lives by every host’s favorite strategy: prep tonight, serve tomorrow. If you’ve never tried chia seeds in your desserts before, then now’s the time to try. This healthy sweet treat is a guilt-free variation of the classic peaches and cream that will have you wondering why you didn’t go on a health kick before now.
Poaching may sound like one of thos high brow cooking techniques that’s out of your perview, but this whine poached peach recipe really demystifies the entire process. You’ll be poaching all your favorite fruits in no time with Baked Bree’s recipe in your arsenal of impressive go-to treats.
These melt-in-your-mouth cookies will take under an hour to make and under a day to disappear from the platter. Whether you have peaches to use up or frozen peaches on hand, this recipe is a great one to have on hand for last-minute baking purposes.
Any friend or family member with a dietary restriction will love this fresh peach sorbet that’s made with only four healthy ingredients. Keep this frozen treat on hand for unexpected house guests or for a night when you need a sweet treat to destress.
Shouldn’t vegan and peaches and cream be antonyms? Not with this amazingly creamy and deletable pancake recipe. All you need is almond milk and coconut cream to satisfy every vegan at your party. All you need is a gluten free alternative for flour to make it fully accessible to the masses.
Finally! A way to serve perfectly portioned custard. Use your favorite vanilla wafers to keep thee delisiou bars together and top with any cream or nut you prefer.
Avoid the mess of peaches and cream with this innovative pie recipe. The Girl Who Ate Everything even adds great tips for picking out the perfect peaches for baking. Eat the others for a snack while baking or just add them to one of the other awesome recipes on this list.
All it takes is vegan butter and almond (or other dairy alternative) milk to bake up the best vegan muffins you’ve ever tried. The raspberries and peaches help, of course, to add fruity flavorfulness.
Pistachio lovers rejoice, this recipe is just for you. This innovative puff pastry harnesses the unique tastes of both pistachios and marscapone cheese to make a truly scrumptious dessert. Not a fan of pistachios? Just substitute almonds or walnuts to match your preferences.
This blueberry peach galette is the cross between a danish and a fruit tart you never knew you needed in your life. Plus, the cinnamon sugar crust recipe that comes with it can be adapted for other creative baking pursuits.
Spice up your life and your dessert with this green chile peach pound cake. It’ll have you wondering what else you can add the smokey sweet yet spicy taste of green chiles to.
If you’re hosting a bridal shower or brunch, then you need to try these boozey shortcakes. Even though the recipe is easy to follow and has great tips, you’ll impress everyone around.
This recipe is the adulting version of cream cheese and jelly with pretzels on the side you used to have in your lunch box. Even though it may seem a bit out of left field, you and your guests will love the combination of sweet and salty.
Craving a Chik-Fil-A milkshake, but it’s Sunday (and/or you refuse to eat Chik-Fil-A)? Then this milkshake recipe is perfect for fulfilling that craving. You and your family will love this healthier spin on the classic American dessert drink.