Happy Labor Day Weekend!
It’s kind of summer, almost fall- but another food holiday for sure!
For those of you not quite ready to break out the pumpkin everything, we noticed plenty of peaches at the Farmer’s Market this weekend. Here’s our very favorite way to make peaches.
Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.
Wash your peaches and cut them in half- remove the pits.
Line a pan with aluminum foil (we’ll explain why in a moment).
Place the peaches, cut side up, in the foil lined pan. Add about 1/2-1tsp chunk of butter to the center of each peach (where the pit was). Drizzle each half with about 1 tsp of pure maple syrup. Sprinkle cinnamon on top.
Bake for 25 minutes. Let cool a couple minutes before you try to eat them or you’ll burn yourself like crazy (don’t ask how we know this:).
For serving- pour about 1 tsp of unsweetened whipping cream over the top of each peach half. It tastes like pure peach heaven. And won’t wreck your food budget. 🙂
And you’ll notice that butter/maple syrup made soft candy in the bottom of the pan. If you’re feeling adventurous, drizzle some over the top of your peaches when you’re serving. Or ball up the foil and toss it and be glad you don’t have to scrub the pan.
We wish you good health,
~Columbia Basin Racquet Club