I love canning peaches. Some years, like when we have a frost that kills all the blossoms, the cost of peaches is prohibitive. But when they are affordable, I like to buy several bushels and put them up. They taste so much better than the store bought variety.
Do you ever want to savor that fresh summertime taste of peaches all throughout the year? Do you wish you knew how to make more things out of your peaches to have more ways to enjoy them?
I thought that 20 pounds of peaches was going to be a lot more than 50 peaches. However, I’ve called upon some homestead blogger friends and together we’ve compiled the following list of several different ways to devour these scrumptious little golden orbs.
This carmalized cinnamon peachy delight is hard to pass up fresh out of the oven. It’s that Fireball that just make it so wonderful. Don’t worry, the alcohol cooks off! Rated E for Everyone to Enjoy!
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Loaded with all that yummy French toast flavor without the mess, this is a great prep the night before, get up in the morning and pop into the oven breakfast. Great for holidays or mornings that you know will be crazy.