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10 Desserts That Are Peachy Keen


How much do you love peaches? We sure do! Peaches are soft and juicy and they get sticky-sweet when baked, making them perfect for desserts, like cobblers. One of the best-loved ways to enjoy cobblers, or any peachy dessert for that matter, is with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream or a dollop of whipped cream — peaches and cream, anyone? The best news is, we can easily veganize the buttery crumbles that go on cobblers, the whipped cream, and ice cream! 

But, we also know that there are so many different ways to enjoy this bright and beautiful stone fruit, so we’ve gone and gathered peachy desserts of all kinds for you to try. Get ready for the best and brightest treats featuring peaches!

1. Peach and Coconut Galette

Peach and Coconut Galette

Peach and Coconut Galettes

As the weather gets warmer, these Peach and Coconut Galettes by Medha Swaminathan are a great way to change up the way you eat your fruit. They’re delicious, flaky, and packed with peachy flavor. The coconut oil and shredded coconut bits on top add a tropical touch to this dessert!

2. Bourbon Vanilla Blueberry Peach Crumble

Bourbon Vanilla Blueberry Peach Crumble

Bourbon Vanilla Blueberry Peach Crumble.

Get your cast-iron skillet ready for this wonderful Bourbon Vanilla Blueberry Peach Crumble by Maya Popovich. Wild blueberries and juicy peaches are tossed together with vanilla, warm spices, bourbon, and oats, then baked in the oven until crisp and warm. This rustic fruit-and-oat crumble is easy to make and hard to share. Top it with coconut whipped cream, vegan vanilla ice cream, and a dash of cinnamon.

3. Peach Wontons With Coconut Whipped Cream

Peach Wontons With Coconut Whipped Cream

Peach Wontons With Coconut Whipped Cream

To make these adorable Peach Wontons With Coconut Whipped Cream by Gabrielle St. Claire, ripe peaches are sliced and tossed in cinnamon sugar before being wrapped up in wontons and fried to crispy perfection. The peaches within are warm, sweet, and a little gooey. These fun little desserts pair perfectly with the cinnamon-spiced coconut whipped cream. These crispy and delicious peach wontons are great for parties, where they’ll be the most unique dessert item on the menu.

4. Apple and Peach Jam Pie Bars

Apple and Peach Jam Pie Bars

Apple and Peach Jam Pie Bars

These Apple and Peach Jam Pie Bars by Abby Thompson are crisp and delicious! In this recipe, the two delicious fruits are sandwiched between a maple syrup-sweetened crust and crumbly streusel topping. These sticky-sweet bars are so good, you might even want to grab one for breakfast.

5. Peach Mango Hand Pies

Peach Mango Hand Pies

Peach Mango Hand Pies

These Peach Mango Hand Pies by RG Enriquez are wicked good. Sweet yellow mangoes and smooth peaches come together beautifully within a flaky, crunchy crust inspired by a Filipino treat. All that you need to top it off is a scoop of non-dairy ice cream!

6. Peach Habañero Hot Sauce

Peach Habanero Hot Sauce

Peach Habañero Hot Sauce

What better way to take advantage of all the impending cookouts than with this homemade Peach Habañero Hot Sauce by Natasha Condie? The sweet peaches play well with the zesty heat of the habanero peppers, but beware: this sauce does pack quite a punch. If you’re not a huge fan of extra-spicy foods, then be sure to scale back the quantity of peppers in the recipe. Don’t let your excitement at trying this sauce get the better of you — remember to always wear gloves when handling spicy peppers!

7. Peach and Raspberry Crumble

Peach and Raspberry Crumble

Peach and Raspberry Crumble

This Peach and Raspberry Crumble by Alejandra Graf is somewhere between a dessert and a breakfast. Okay, maybe it’s not the healthiest breakfast, but it tastes just as good the morning after as it does when it’s fresh out of the oven. It’s sweet, acidic, fresh, and simply perfect. The crisp nut and oat crumble pairs beautifully with the gooey, tart raspberries, and juicy peaches.

8. Peach Ice Tea Pops With Bourbon

Peach Tea Ice Pops With Bourbon

Peach Ice Tea Pops With Bourbon

These Peach Ice Tea Pops With Bourbon by Aileen Metcalf are a Southern-inspired treat, so of course, they use sweet black tea, juicy peaches, and bourbon! These pops are easy to make and quick to assemble. Soft and juicy peaches are puréed in the blender with the tea and bourbon until perfectly smooth, then poured into ice pop molds. Any type of black tea will do, but be on the lookout for peach-flavored black tea to give your ice tea pops a boost of fruity flavor!

9. Raw Peach and Raspberry Tart With Mascarpone

Raw Peach and Raspberry Tart With Mascarpone

Raw Peach and Raspberry Tart With Mascarpone

This incredible Raw Peach and Raspberry Tart With Mascarpone by Lisa Pitman: Raw Food Chef comes together in minutes and will easily impress your most discerning dinner guests. The combination of seasonal fruit and luscious cream on a simple crust is very versatile. The combination of peaches and raspberries is an ideal match for the rich mascarpone.

10. Peach Melba Sangria

Peach Melba Sangria

Peach Melba Sangria

Meet Lisa Lotts‘ Peach Melba Sangria, the traditional peach, and raspberry dessert’s boozy sister! Fun fact! Did you know that the original peach melba was invented by a French chef working in London in honor of Australian opera singer Nellie Melba? With sangria, the fruit is key – it has to be something that you want to keep going back to. Something juicy, sweet, and ripe, like peaches and raspberries!  Schnapps amps up the peach flavor and some sparkling water are added for effervescence. Aren’t you getting thirsty just thinking about it?

You know what they say, life’s a peach and peaches are great for dessert!

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