Tag Archives: peach

Peach Plum Crisp

This fruit crisps recipes uses my favorite stone fruits:  Peaches and plums make great fruit crisp recipes!

Peach & Plum Crisp from JensFavoriteCookies.com - This fruit crisp recipe is a great way to enjoy the later summer harvest!My grandmother called me the other day to tell me that she had a bumper crop of plums, and that I better set aside some time soon to come pick them.

Apparently no one else in the family had much need for them.  Which honestly surprised me.  This family is full of people who garden and cook and bottle their produce.

When I got to Grandma’s house a few days later, I was sad to see that two of the main branches on that plum tree had broken.  The weight of the large amounts of fruit had weakened them, and a recent wind storm did them in.  It’s going to take a while for that tree to recover.

This means, I better make as much plum jam as I can while I have the plums to do it.

And as long as I have the equivalent of two 5-gallon buckets full of fresh plums in my house, I suppose some plum desserts are in order, too.

I adapted my favorite peach crisp recipe to incorporate the plums, and this delightful late summer dessert was born.

Peach & Plum Crisp from JensFavoriteCookies.com - This fruit crisp recipe is a great way to enjoy the later summer harvest!

So, funny story… you know how peaches and plums both taste fantastic with almond extract?  (If you ask me, almost every food tastes awesome with almond extract.  I’m tempted to drink the stuff straight sometimes.)

My bottle of almond extract looks exactly like my bottle of peppermint extract.  And when I was making the filling for this lovely fruit crisp, I accidentally put peppermint instead of almond extract in it.  Oops.  I was kind of heartbroken to have to throw out my filling and start over.

In case you were wondering, peaches and plums do NOT taste fantastic with peppermint extract.

Peach & Plum Crisp from JensFavoriteCookies.com - This fruit crisp recipe is a great way to enjoy the later summer harvest!

I was thrilled to be able to share this treat with my friends.  We sat around the table, and traded ideas for using up the summer fruit harvest.  One friend has a plum tree of her own, and this year used it to make a bunch of fruit leather like this.

Which is what I’ll be doing, if I have enough left over after making all the jam.  And probably a couple more crisps!  Without peppermint, of course.


Want more?  Check out these stone fruit recipes!

peach-limeade-3Peach Limeade peach-cobbler-3Peach Cobbler for One plum breakfastPlum Breakfast Bars


Peach Plum Crisp
Cook time
Total time
A warm peach and plum dessert with crisp topping.
Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 6
  • ½ cup butter, melted
  • ½ cup flour
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1 cup quick oats
  • ½ cup finely chopped walnuts
  • about 10-12 ripe plums
  • about 3-4 ripe peaches
  • ½ cup sugar
  • ½ cup water
  • 3 tablespoons corn starch
  • ½ teaspoon almond extract
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  1. For the crust, combine all ingredients. Place on a baking sheet, and bake at 350F for about 15 minutes, until brown. Remove from oven, but leave oven on.
  2. Meanwhile, for the filling, dice 1 peach and about 4 plums and place in a saucepan. Add sugar, water, and cornstarch and bring to a boil. Use a potato masher to mash cooked fruit. Let boil about a minute, until thick. Remove from heat, add extract and butter.
  3. Slice the remaining peaches and plums and place in a large bowl. Pour filling over the top, and stir to coat.
  4. Break up the crisp with a fork. Place about half the crisp in the bottom of a 9x9 pan. Pour fruit filing over the top. Top with remaining crisp.
  5. Bake an additional 25-30 minutes. Serve warm with ice cream or half and half.



Peach Cobbler for One

Peach cobbler recipe easy; This peach cobbler crisp is perfect for one person, and easy to make!

This shop is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group® and Del Monte, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #DelMonteBTS  http://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV

Single Serving Peach Cobbler from JensFavoriteCookies.com - This easy peach crisp for one is a perfect recipe for college students or other singles!School has begun and summer is officially over.

I’m always a little sad to see summer go, because I love the warm weather.  However, this particular summer was nuts.  Crazy.  Absolute chaos.  I’m kind of grateful to have a few hours of silence.

On the other hand, this school year is different than all the others.  My oldest son, The Lizard, is a senior this year.  It’s his very last year of school.  It makes me a little teary, and frankly, nostalgic for the first day of kindergarten.

We’re in the final stretch now, the last year of teaching this kid to be an adult.  I’ve got to be sure he can make his bed, and pay his bills, and feed himself.  Something besides ramen noodles and cold cereal, preferably.

Single Serving Peach Cobbler from JensFavoriteCookies.com - This easy peach crisp for one is a perfect recipe for college students or other singles!

Since I had to go to Walmart for new lunch boxes this year, I decided to get some healthy lunch foods for my nearly-grown, and always-hungry kiddos while I was there.  These diced peach cups from Del Monte were perfect.

They are great with a sandwich and some pretzel sticks.

They are also the perfect size to make a little dessert for one, so I got The Lizard to help me throw it together.  I don’t want The Lizard eating candy bars for dessert after he leaves home.  Not when this crispy peach cobbler is so easy to make, so warm, comforting, and delicious.

I started with a little peach cup, added some oats, brown sugar and butter, and voila!  Dessert.  REAL dessert.

Single Serving Peach Cobbler from JensFavoriteCookies.com - This easy peach crisp for one is a perfect recipe for college students or other singles!Single Serving Peach Cobbler from JensFavoriteCookies.com - This easy peach crisp for one is a perfect recipe for college students or other singles!

If you hurry, you can find a great deal at Walmart on these Del Monte fruit cups.  Create some back to school memories by getting a free back to school photo print at participating Walmart Super Centers, and receive a $1 off coupon for Del Monte products.

Here are the details: From August 1 – September 13, 2014, Walmart Print Shops are offering a free back to school photo, while supplies last.  When you pick up your back to school print, you will receive a coupon for $1 off the purchase of (2) Del Monte 4-pack fruit cups or (2) Fruit Burst Squeezers, while supplies last.

I love a snack food that works as part of a healthy breakfast or lunch, an after school snack, or a tasty dessert!

Maybe it will even help take the sting out of this final year of high school.


Want more?  Check out these fruity desserts!

Peach Limeade



5.0 from 1 reviews
Peach Cobbler for One
Cook time
Total time
A peach cobbler for one, with an oat and brown sugar crust.
Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 1
  • 1 cup (3.75 oz) diced peaches
  • 1 tablespoon flour
  • 2 tablespoon rolled oats
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • dash salt
  • 2 teaspoons butter
  1. Drain peaches and place in a ramekin. Add flour and toss to coat.
  2. Sprinkle oats and brown sugar over the top. Add salt. Cut pieces of butter on top.
  3. Bake at 350F for 15-20 minutes, until crust is brown.
  4. Top with ice cream, if desired.


Sparkling Peach Limeade

Non-alcoholic drinks recipes; This delicious peach limeade is a perfect non-alcoholic summer drinks!

Sparkling Peach Limeade from JensFavoriteCookies.com - non-alcoholic summer drink made with fresh fruit.I really have a hard time eating raw fresh fruit.  It’s been years, decades, since I ate an orange or banana.

There are exceptions of course; apples, naturally, pears on occasion, and my very favorite fruit ever, peaches.  Sometimes I think God made peaches just for me.

The real problem is that when I have peaches, I have an overwhelming urge to do something with them, besides eat them plain.  I want to make all my foods peach-flavored.  I want peach smoothies every morning and peach cobbler every night.

For the warm, late summer afternoon, I chose this refreshing and sparkly Peach Limeade.  Fresh peaches for the win!

Sparkling Peach Limeade from JensFavoriteCookies.com - non-alcoholic summer drink made with fresh fruit.

The Fruitarian does not understand me at all.  He cannot comprehend that someone would rather eat celery than bananas.

He enjoyed this drink a lot, but immediately upon finishing it, he asked me if he could eat the peaches I sliced for the photos.  I had a hard time sharing.

Sparkling Peach Limeade from JensFavoriteCookies.com - non-alcoholic summer drink made with fresh fruit.Sparkling Peach Limeade from JensFavoriteCookies.com - non-alcoholic summer drink made with fresh fruit.Sparkling Peach Limeade from JensFavoriteCookies.com - non-alcoholic summer drink made with fresh fruit.

Maybe I should have traded him the fresh fruit for his glass of limeade, because when I was done with my glass, I was ready for seconds!


Want more?  Check out these fruit drinks!

grapefruit soda thumbGrapefruit Soda virgin-mojito-3Virgin Mojitos lemon-cream-soda-5Lemon Cream Sodas


Sparkling Peach Limeade
A sparkling peach and lime drink.
Recipe type: Beverages
Serves: 4
  • 3 peaches
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 cup water
  • ⅔ cup fresh lime juice
  • 2 cups ginger ale
  1. Peel and dice peaches. Place in a small pot with sugar and water. Bring to a boil, and let simmer about 10 minutes. Remove from heat and let syrup cool. Chill for about an hour until cool.
  2. Put chilled peach syrup in a blender with lime juice, and blend until smooth.
  3. Put mixture in a pitcher, and gently stir in 2 cups ginger ale. Serve over ice, and garnish with fresh mint and lime slices.


50 Fruit Cookies

Fruit Bar Cookies; This collection of more than 50 fruit drop cookies, fruit bar cookies, and fruit cut-out cookies is so great, you’re sure to find a few you love!


Spring came early this year.  I think it’s because the winter was so nasty.

Whatever the reason, this spring fever has me craving fruity cookies of all kinds.  So guess what I did?

I put together a collection of some of my favorite fruity cookies from around the web.  All these cookies have one big requirement to make it on this list: They have to contain actual fruit in some form.  (In other words, no strawberry cake mixes or lemon pudding mixes, it must be real fruit.)

50 Fruit Cookie recipes on JensFavoriteCookies  -  Every cookie in this collection contains real fruit in some form!  A great collection to get you ready for summer.

And what a collection!  I can’t wait to dive into all of these recipes!  I just know you’ll find one or two (dozen) recipes you’ll love.

Big thanks to my friends who contributed their best recipes for this collection.  Be sure to check out their blogs while you are there.

lemon-cookies-1Lemon Burst
peaches-cream-cookiesFresh Peaches &
Cream Cookies
lemon cookieStrawberry
Lemonade Cookies
Shortbread Cookies
MG_2245Fresh Cranberry
Lemon Cookies
glutenfreemangowhitechocolatemacadamianutcookies-7789Mango White Choc
Macadamia Cookies
Cherry Cookies
Chocolate Blackberry CookieChocolate
Blackberry Cookies
Shortbread Cookies
linzer-cookies-6Linzer Cookies
with Plum Jelly
apricot-cookiesSnow Coated
Apricot Cookies
Tropical-White-Chocolate-Chip-CookiesTropical White
Chocolate Cookies
Banana Cookies
Cheesecake Cookies
Apple-Cookie-Recipe-2Caramel Apple
Cherry-Pie-White-Chocolate-Chip-CookiesCherry Pie White
Chocolate Cookies
chocolate-Orange-Sandwich-Cookies-1Chocolate Orange
Sandwich Cookies
Orange-Cardamom-Coconut-Snickerdoodles-5Orange Cardamom
Strawberry-Cream-Sandwich-Cookies-5Strawberry Cream
Sandwich Cookies
blueberry-cream-cookiesBlueberries & Cream
orange_spice_cookiesOrange Spice
4-Bite Apple Pies_Inside 14-Bite Apple
Pie Cookies
Cookie Bars
Browned-Butter-White-Chocolate-Cranberry-Cashew-Oatmeal-Cookies-3-titleCranberry Cashew
Oatmeal Cookies
prune-cookiesButter Cookies
with Prune Filling
meyer-lemon-cookieMeyer Lemon
Shortbread Cookies
lemon sugar cookies square3Lemon
Sugar Cookies
double-chocolate-cherry-cookiesDouble Chocolate
Cherry Cookies
iced-apple-cookiesIced Apple
Drop Cookies
raspberries+n+cream+double+chocolate+chunk+cookies-2Raspberries & Cream
Chocolate Cookies
Linzer-Tarte-Thumbprint-Cookies2Linzer Torte
lemon ricotta cookies Lemon Ricotta
Spritz Cookies
SONY DSCBlueberry Chocolate
Chunk Cookies
raspberry-lemon-cheesecake-cookieRaspberry Lemon
Cheesecake Cookies
raspberry-yogurt-cookiesChocolate Raspberry
Yogurt Cookies
Lemon-Coconut-Cookies-1-600-wm-writingLemon Coconut
Cherry-Vanilla-Pop-Tart-Cookies-1024x1024Cherry Vanilla
Pop-Tart Cookies
Orange-Cherry-Oatmeal-Pecan-Cookies-20.jpgOrange Cherry
Oatmeal Pecan Cookies
tart-cherry-fudge-thumbprintsTart Cherry Fudge
banana-bread-cookies-5Banana Bread
Cheesecake Cookies
Apple-Cinnamon-Protein-Breakfast-Cookies-2Apple Cinnamon
Breakfast Cookie
vegan-fruit-nut-ginger-cookiesVegan Fruit & Nut
Ginger Cookies
coconut cookieCoconut
cranberry-white-choc-shortbreadCranberry White
Choc. Shortbread
MiniFruitPizzas3Mini Fruit
blueberry-muffin-cookies-on-overtime-cookBlueberry Muffin
breakfast-oatmeal-cookieCoconut Oatmeal
Breakfast Cookie
lemon meringuesLemon

Need more cookie recipes?  Follow my Pinterest board, called “Cookie Recipes.”  There’s new fantastic stuff on that board every day!

Or, connect with me on Facebook, where I love to share cookie and other dessert recipes of all kinds.

Leave a comment below and tell me about your favorite fruit cookie!

Peach Oatmeal Cookies

A recipe for a crumbly, oaty peach cookie with white chocolate and walnuts, similar to peach cobbler.  Easily substitute other fruits.

Source: Food Network, this time courtesy of Sunny Anderson.

Yield: About 3 dozen cookies

I bought a bag of peaches at the grocery store this week.  I don’t know what I was expecting, after all, it is June and peaches aren’t really in season for another 2-3 months.  But I love peaches.  They are my favorite fruit.  So I broke down and bought a 2 lb. bag.  Now I don’t know what to do with them.

I discovered recently, thanks to Stat Counter, that several people found my site by searching for “fruit flavored cookies” and that got me thinking that there aren’t enough fruity cookies on this blog.  I have a tendency to be partial to chocolate.  (Can you blame me?)  So I went looking for some peach cookie recipes to try.  There were unfortunately very few available.

I did find this one from Sunny Anderson, host of Food Network’s Cooking For Real. I really like the show, and her style of cooking.  I did have some problems with the recipe, but nothing that will keep me from making it again!

Continue reading “Peach Oatmeal Cookies” »