Recipe by LESLIE VAN SLACK
"This recipe combines the delicious flavors of peaches with sour cream and a hint of almond extract."
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1 (9 inch)
unbaked pie crust
sliced fresh or frozen peaches
We thought this was very good. I was a little concerned that the cream mix wouldn't set so I added an egg; I also added a sprinkling of cinnamon to the peaches. Don't forget to watch the pie like a hawk once it's under the broiler! One nanosecond separates caramel glory from burnt disaster!
This pie didn't set and the crust didn't cook. It was a soggy mess.
This pie is simple and delicious, a perfect summer pie. I used canned instead of fresh peaches and it was still great.
I read a review that gave this recipe 1 star and said it came out a mess, I think it needs to be mentioned that you have to thaw out the peaches. I used frozen, and alot of juice came along with the peaches. After they're thawed you may want to add some sugar, mine we're very sweet. Each of my bags were 10 oz and I used two bags which gave me the equivalence of 3 cups, so I used what another reviewer suggested and I added a cup of blueberries, a very nice touch! Substituted almond extract for vanilla. The next time I make this pie, I will add the brown sugar to the pie the last couple minutes of baking because the pie wasn't in the broiler for even a minute and the sugar started burning. Super easy pie to make, my boys helped and loved the filling before we added it to the pie, thanks for sharing this recipe!
very good. my husband really liked. I did make two ajustments: used vanilla instead of almond extract[my husband's allergic to it], and added 1\4 teaspoon of cinnamon to the cream mixture. It is best still warm! Set up beautifully!
I thought it was great! Easy to do,too. I didn't have almond extract, so I used a little vanilla the first time with fine results.
This pie was great and has become a family favorite. Something different-- very refreshing. I didn't have any almond extract and didn't seem to miss it. Not sure what it would have added. I replaced one cup of peaches with one cup of fresh blueberries. The berries added some flavor and color.
turned out beautifully
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sour Cream Peach Pie
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 108
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