This rustic peach tart recipe combines familiar spices with super-ripe Georgia peaches and pre-made pie crust for an incredibly easy and flavorful dessert. This recipe is inspired by the delicious flavors of summer in the South and creating easy, wholesome desserts the whole family will love.
This post is sponsored by Milo’s Tea Company. Thanks for supporting the companies that continue to help us bring you top notch content! It’s the most humid time of year. The time when the weather is screaming for you to grab a cool glass of iced tea. Here in the south, that means you’re probably
FINALLY, my exhaustive ice cream trials have yielded the smoothest, creamiest, homemade ice cream. Okay, maybe exhaustive is a little bit of a stretch but after 4 rounds of grainy, large ice crystal ice cream production, I was starting to get a little discouraged. How come I couldn’t make super creamy ice cream? Was my
This is summer. A frozen cocktail that doesn’t taste like a cocktail in a short glass, with a paper straw and 85°F weather looming on the horizon. It’s just begging you to kick your shoes off and sit with it all afternoon long. Or at least for the next hour because that’s how long it will
As we near the end of summer, the fruit gets a little sweeter. The summer rainstorms enable berries and peaches to plump up to the point of bursting, making it the perfect time to infuse them into every baked good our Kitchen Aid mixer can whip up. Last year, I couldn’t stop making this peach
Over Memorial Day weekend, we went up to the mountains for a little R&R&R (Rest, Relaxation and car Restoration). My fiancé and his dad are working on restoring one of his classic BMW’s up at their place in North Carolina, which meant we got to stop by my favorite farm stand on the way home.
Let’s talk about how delicious peach everything is. I have long loved putting peaches in my recipes ( it basically comes with the territory of living in Atlanta your entire life), but the worst time of the year is when it’s not quite peach season but you’ve run out of your frozen peach stash from
I’m obsessed with peach and prosciutto together in a recipe. I’ve made a peach and prosciutto flatbread once before on this blog, but this time around I wanted to zhoosh it up with the addition of this oil-free pesto (have you made it at home yet? I’m obsessed), some blackberries and Tillamook’s Mozzarella Shredded cheese.
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We’ve lost the humidity in the city so I think that officially means it’s Fall, right? I know we have about two more weeks of “summer” but I’m already pulling out my sweaters, donning over-the-knee boots, and adding cinnamon and allspice to my seasonal breakfast bread recipes, like this peach walnut bread I made last
Print Blueberry Lavender Peach Pie Prep Time 1 hr 35 mins Cook Time 25 mins Total Time 2 hrs Servings: 6 Ingredients For the Pie Dough 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour plus more for rolling out the dough 1 tablespoon granulated sugar 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1 cup 2 sticks unsalted butter, frozen and