155 recipes for "peaches"
Best Peach Pie

Best Peach Pie

Jul 8, 2011

Ripe, succulent peaches are superb for eating fresh, but there is nothing more appetizing than a peach pie. Not loving the peach fuzz? Peel the peaches for a more refined filling.

Peach Leather

Peach Leather

Jul 14, 2005

Chewy, textured peach leather has an intense flavour.

Frosty Peach Daiquiris

Frosty Peach Daiquiris

Jun 4, 2009

Peaches give this drink a smooth texture and a heavenly flavour. If you're short on time, use frozen sliced peaches; they'll make the drink extra frosty.

Spiced Peaches

Spiced Peaches

Jul 8, 2008

Enjoy the taste of summer long after the season has passed. Choose ripe firm blush-red peaches for vibrant-looking syrup. The lemon juice mixture prevents the peaches from discolouring.

Peach Jam

Peach Jam

Jul 8, 2008

Freestone peaches are the best for making jam since the fruit doesn't cling to the stone, making them easy to pit. If you can get peaches with a red blush, they add a beautiful rich colour to the jam.

Peach Poppy Seed Muffins

Peach Poppy Seed Muffins

Jul 14, 2005

Chunks of peaches put flavour in every bite of these muffins. If fresh peaches are unavailable, drain canned or thawed peaches well and place on paper towels to absorb any excess liquid before using.

Chicken, Peach and Spinach Salad

Chicken, Peach and Spinach Salad

Nov 23, 2007

Peaches aren't just for dessert. Juicy peaches pair beautifully with young spinach, fennel and red onion in this salad topped with easy-breezy grilled boneless skinless chicken breasts.

Almond Crumble Peach Muffins

Almond Crumble Peach Muffins

Aug 4, 2011

Nothing sets you up for a good day like a crumbly topped muffin for breakfast. For extra peach flavour, garnish each muffin with a peach slice before baking.

Classic Peach Marmalade

Classic Peach Marmalade

Jul 14, 2005

Peach marmalade has been a classic Canadian favorite for generations. Sometimes it's called jam and sometimes conserve. But whatever the name, its constant features are oranges, peaches and cherries.

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