"My mom's summer dessert! So easy and fast to make. A vanilla meringue base with pecans is topped with sliced peaches and whipped cream. Make it early in the day; the longer the peaches sit on the crust the better!!!" — GOMOMMYGO
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saltine crackers, finely crushed
fresh peaches - peeled, pitted and sliced
sweetened whipped cream
Great pie crust...Something different. For the peaches, to keep them from turning brown, toss them in lemon juice. If you think the lemon juice makes them too tart, add a little sugar. With this crust, I wouldn't add sugar to the peaches. Try the peaches mixed with raspberries and blueberries. For a different topping, mix together one part vanilla yogurt (I use fat free) with two parts whipped topping (Cool Whip). Great summer dessert!
Good if you don't beat the egg whites in a metal bowl. Otherwise you can taste the metal in the meringue.
I really loved this recipe and have never made one like it before. It just sounded light and refreshing, so I decided to make it today. I did, however, substitute uncooked oatmeal/oats for the nuts because I don't care much for the flavor or the fat in nuts...It was wonderful! I think I may try wheat germ the next time, as I think the crunchy texture would go nicely with this "crust". Overall, a great dessert, and quite easy to make!
My whole family really enjoyed this recipe. I love traditional pies, but decided to give this one a try because it looked so easy. It was very easy and very yummy. I'll definitely make it again.
This pie was delicious, but I didn't know how to serve it. The slices would not come out like a normal pie. Best just spooned out.
I've never been a big fan of typical pie crust which is why I came looking for a recipe like this one. I loved it! The meringue like crust is wonderful! I recommend this recipe for anyone who doesn't much care for your average flour pie crust.
Very delicious ... and light. I made the crust the night before and put a towel over it. The next morning I filled it with peaches and I served it around 2pm. I'm not sure about how to keep the peaches from turning a bit brown - this made it a bit unattractive. Serving is also tricky, but whip cream covers things up nicely. Will make again and again.
Very good, but there is too much sugar in the mergengue crust for my taste. I cut it by half.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Georgia Peach Pie
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 84
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