Peach Recipes for the End of Summer
As summer is nearing its end and fall is approaching, take advantage of your fruits by making a recipe to use them up before they go out of season. One of summer’s best fruits is the peach! Try out one of these delicious peach recipes in your apartment from today’s Nantucket Gate Blog for your next picnic, treat, or meal.
This dish, made of chicken and peaches, serves as a delicious main course. The garlic, honey, balsamic vinegar sauce smothering the concoction serves as a sweet marinade for a serving of chicken. Add peaches for an instant uplift to an already sweet meal.
Whether you eat this as a side to a meal, a quick breakfast snack, or a crumbly dessert, you’ll be happy you made this recipe. The author of the recipe describes it as buttery, tender, and moist with a crumb topping and a sweet vanilla glaze to pull the muffin and peaches combo together.
Lemonade is a summer classic, so if you haven’t already poured yourself a glass, try this peach lemonade recipe. All it takes are a few basic ingredients: three large peaches, ½ cup of sugar, a cup of real lemon juice, and water! The tartness of the lemonade is sure to mix well with the sweetness of your ripest peaches for a drink you won’t forget.
These peach dumplings look like the perfect comfort food, movie night treat, or simply a delectable welcome home after a long day. Make them using crescent rolls, butter, brown sugar, vanilla, cinnamon, lemon juice, orange soda, and peaches for some of the creamiest, most tender and delectable treats you can find this month.
If you want a dessert to combat the summer heat and cool you down here in Tacoma, WA, try out this peach sherbet recipe. It’s another dessert to make you feel like you’re having the perfect end to summer. Plus, all it takes is frozen sliced peaches and sweetened condensed milk! Just practice your patience while you wait for the peaches to freeze and for the blender to cream it all into your favorite sherbet consistency.
We hope you enjoy these and any other peach recipes you try this month. Thanks for reading!