Tennessee Peach Pudding
You'll want to watch the short video tutorial on this easy pudding recipe; this easy dessert is sure to be a favorite. Instead of a crumble or a crisp topping, this easy pudding recipe has a liquid topping that you just have to trust is going to turn out. It's a bit like magic how this easy dessert turns out, and this is a great way to use up those peaches you might have. With sugar, butter and water being the heart of the crust recipe that tops this easy dessert after it's baked, you'll have a crisp and delicious dessert the whole family will love. This dessert recipe uses fresh or frozen peaches, whichever you have on hand. Serve this easy dessert with ice cream, homemade whipped cream, or cool whip. For the full dessert recipe, you'll want to take a look at the 12 Tomatoes site.
Peaches are one of the best summer harvest fruits, and once the middle of summer hits you get to enjoy all this fruit has to offer. Once you have those fragrant peaches, whether you've picked them yourself, or bought a box from the farmers market, you'll want to know how to store them once you get them home. Knowing how to store peaches to use later in your dessert recipes and easy pudding recipes all depends on just how ripe the peaches are and when you plan to use the peaches. Storing Peaches That Aren't Quite Ripe. When the peaches you have are firm to the touch, and they lack their sweet fragrance, the peaches need a few more days to ripen before they are ready to eat. Until then, the best place to store those peaches is on the kitchen counter at room temperature. Keep the peaches unwashed, and place the peaches stem-side down, preferably in a single layer to help avoid bruising.
If you need the peaches a bit sooner than you are willing to wait, there a couple of things you can do to get them there. You can speed up the ripening process of those peaches with a simple tip. Use a paper bag and a banana if you are in a real rush and put the peaches inside. In about one to three days, you will have peaches that are perfect. Storing Ripe Peaches. Ripe peaches are best when they are eaten right away, but if you have more peaches than you can eat in a single day, you can store them in the fridge for up to a couple days. The cool temperature in the fridge will help to slow down the ripening process and prevent the peaches from quickly spoiling. It's worth noting that extended time in the refrigerator will dehydrate peaches, which will make the texture less appealing. If the peaches get to that point, you can always make peach butter as an easy dessert or spread. Long-Term Peach Storage. If you have more peaches than you can eat before they start to spoil or the peach skin gets wrinkly, the best place to store those peaches is in the freezer. Ripe peaches that are not mushy are best for freezing. Peel the peaches, slice them into wedges, then freeze them on a baking sheet or plate before transferring them to a freezer bag. The peaches will keep well for months, while still retaining their sweet flavor and orange color. Defrost the peaches as needed for anything from smoothie recipes, dessert recipes to cobblers and pies.
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