"This is fresh peaches wrapped in a rich flakey dough, and topped with a teaspoon of hard sauce after baked. No sugar is used on the peaches, just the sauce. Sugar free ice cream could be used instead of hard sauce." — MARYBAKEWELL
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butter flavored shortening
fresh peaches - peeled, pitted and halved
These were good with ice cream, but by themselves they were just dough and peach. If I make these again I will try adding some spices and a little sugar inside the dough.
i would never make this again. the dough was so crumbly I couldn't get it around the peaches. the peaches then fell apart in the oven so it turned out more like a peach crumble or cobbler. i added sugar to the peaches but it still tasted like dough and cooked peach. and in the sauce i couldn't get the butter to mix with everything else so it was really lumped and looked terrible.
This is a very good recipe. I only ended up using half a peach in each dumpling. The dough didn't want to cooperate when I tried to hold slippery peach halves together and wrap the dough up and over. I am really rating the dumplings only. I could not use the hard sauce recipe as I have a real problem with using raw eggs in any recipe. I made a sauce using peach schnapps instead and it worked well.
made this for the second time,tasty but i added sugar,ground cinnamon, ground clove to peach before sealing the dough used no topping just browned the dough . fast& easy
These dumplings are very good. Love the dough. Gave a four because of the egg. I did put the sauce on the dumpings while still pretty warm hoping this would take care of the raw egg , even still my husband and I ate them up
i did one cup wheat flour and one cup all-purpose flour so it would be a little better for you
There was a review that stated that without the sauce it was just dough and peach...I AGREE!! Here is an alternative...search this site for " grilled peaches with berry sauce"...it actually came in an email to me from allrecipes..instead of wrapping the peaches in foil, wrap them in the dough in this recipe and bake according to the directions in the dough recipe to ensure that the dough gets done. This was TRULY AMAZING...I topped with the hard sauce, and a little more of the berry sauce over the hard sauce...pretty and delish!!
These were very tasty! However, for 6 smallish peaches, I needed more dough. I couldn't even cover them completely, let alone pinch them together at the top. Next time I will double the recipe for the dough, but only use 8 peaches.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Fresh Peach Dumplings Served with Hard Sauce
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 322
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