Peach Stickys

Peaches are a sign of summer coming to an end. We draw the curtain to summer and we open it to Autumn. Autumn is my favourite time of year, it means Thanksgiving is just around the corner. For any of my family reading this, you know why. Sitting at Nan’s table waiting for her pumpkin pie was the most delightful and excruciating experience ever – especially when Grampie hogged the whip cream. Also, autumn is a time for what I think are some of the most amazing vegetables and fruits ever.

IMG_3314Peaches are one of my favourites, the way you bite in and the juice dribbles down your chin. Needing hundreds of napkins to sort out the mess you’ve made. They truly are natures candy.IMG_3301

 

 

Other produce to look for this coming fall are Squash, Pear, Apples, Sprouts, Cauliflower, Garlic, Ginger, Grapes, Radicchio, Sweet Pots, Turnip and so many more. 


Peach Sticky Buns

2 1/2 Cups of All Purpose Flour + more for dusting

1/4 Tsp of Salt

1/4 Cup of Sugar

1/4 Cup of Milk

1/2 Cup of Water

2 1/4 tsp Yeast or 1 Instant Package

2 Tbsp of Butter

1 Flax Egg

1 Cup of Sugar

6 Tbsp of Cold Butter

2 Tsp Cinnamon

3 Peaches Peeled & Thinly Sliced

Combine flour, sugar, salt, yeast. In meantime, in a saucepan heat water, milk and butter until hot. Stir into the dry ingredients and then add your flax egg. Let stand for a few minutes.

In a medium bowl cut butter, 2/3 of the brown sugar, and cinnamon. Put the rest of the brown sugar and some water on the bottom of a greased cast iron pan.

Roll dough into a rectangle on a lightly floured surface.Sprinkle peaches and your butter and brown sugar mix on top. From the long side, roll the dough in making sure not to stretch the dough, pinch down on the seam. Slice evenly and place them cut side up. Rest for 20 minutes, until the dough has near doubled.

Bake at 350F for 35 minutes. Cool before eating.  IMG_3281IMG_3317

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2 Replies to “Peach Stickys”

    1. Wonderful! That sounds delicious, I’m happy to hear. My beets didn’t seem to take well this year. If I had my hands on some I would definitely make some Beet Hummus and I also enjoy putting Beets in soup and stews. I like root vegetable pancakes as well, just a little cornstarch, an egg, grated sweet potato, potato and beet with a dash of salt & pepper😊 For sweets you could try Beet Brownies! Love you too❤️

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