Monday, July 30, 2007

Sharon's And Judy's Peaches And Cream Dessert

I decided to make this dessert today. I got the recipe from Lady Of Value. I had thought about trying it for a few days, but just didn't get around to it. We were to have company over for dinner Saturday night and I wanted to try it then, but time would not allow. So anyway, I pulled out the ingredients. I had most of them on hand, but the vanilla instant pudding. I had my DD stop by the local grocery store on her way home and get a box of that.

These are the peaches I used.

Notice what the lid says. I decided to try them and see!

Here I have a "gathering" on some of the ingredients to get started.

I am now mixing the crust.

She said it would be "gooey" and she was right. It wasn't too bad, though.

I spread the dough into my glass baking dish.

I put the peaches on top. Let me tell you, they were delicious!

I mixed together the cream cheese, sugar, and reserved peach juice and poured over the peaches. I think I should have mixed the cream cheese just a little more.

Next, I sprinkled the cinnamon and sugar over the top.

I then placed it in the preheated oven to bake. Yes, I know the oven could stand a cleaning, but it's SUMMER!

Here is the finished product.


There is no way I am going to lose any weight trying out all of these recipes! I have my eye on a few more that I want to try. These aren't the only ones I've tried, but they are the only ones I have taken pictures of. I had thought about having a specific day that I tested recipes from your blogs and post pics from each one, but then I decided Nah....that would make me HAVE to do it therefore taking the fun out of it. I prefer to do it random and spontaneously.

I prefer to bake in the winter as the oven heats the house up so, but since I was broiling our main dish tonight I decided a few more minutes wouldn't hurt anything.
We had broiled Talapia with creole seasoning. We also had flat beans and cornbread. Now is that southern, or what? Oh, and I made mashed potatoes for the boys. This was not my original plan for supper. For some reason I have been craving homemade mac and cheese. I realized I didn't have everything I needed to make that so.....Fish it was. Praise God for the fish!


Unashamed said...

I'm glad you posted these. I have been meaning to try this recipe, but it is so unusual that I worried that if I did it wrong I wouldn't realize it. The pictures are helpful!

OH...tilapia...nice! One of my favourites. So good. I like it with rice - my husband, not so much. He's not a big rice fan. I'll usually make him a potato instead like you did for your boys. Speaking of Southern: I make a wicked grilled Cajun catfish!

What are flat beans?

Lady of Value said...

Good job Debbie!! Yes, the cream cheese needed to be mixed up more,it should have been smooth and creamy, but it looks like it turned out great! I'm glad you had success with it. Come on over to my place, I have a mac & cheese recipe posted today!

Melanie said...

Note to self- make sure you are not hungry when you stop by Debbie's blog!

Sharon said...

Those are the best canned peaches I've ever tasted! I use that brand for my peach cobbler.
I'll have to try this recipe, it looks good.

Denise said...

Looks really good my friend.

eph2810 said...

Yummy - I sure could use a piece right now at lunch time, since I am having just some peanuts :)

Thank you for sharing.

Be blessed today and always.

Marilee said...

We would love to have you come to our house to help me create such treats for our family!

lol... with such a big family of hearty eaters (teen boys never seem to get full) I tend to do a lot of big-batch quickie type recipies. They might think they were in Heaven already if they got some of your cooking!!!

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