Nothing moldy about these peaches! They did, due to the fact that it is not quite stone fruit season here, come from a can and we could assume that they were put there by a man…in a factory down townnnnnn. Yep. Uhuh.
I’m just doubling up bands now as an excuse to play multiple songs to ya. I can’t remember if I said this already, but when I started planning for MoFo I compiled a list of foodie bands, and I well exceeded the thirty I needed for the month. So wherever I can, I’m trying to squidge more in.
First up, Peaches – duh. But today I’m featuring a song by Peaches and Iggy Pop, because I love the dude, and also you get to watch a video of them fighting off zombies. Wins all round!
Secondly, the Moldy Peaches. I guess peaches are not so edible once they are mouldy, but they are still fun to listen to because Kimya Dawson is cute.
I had some leftover cherries from the cherry ripe balls I made the other night, so decided to team them up with some peaches for a classic crumble. It worked out EXTREMELY well, as I also had some leftover ginger ice cream from the other other night. My testers for this recipe – Mum, Dad and the Bear all loved it. I always love desserts in ramekins where you feel special for getting your own little pot of something.
Usually when I make a crumble, I just put the fruit, some lemon (sometimes) and spices together for the base – I personally don’t think it needs any more than that. I like my crumbles to be a bit tart and tangy rather than overly sweet – I leave the sweetness for the crumble topping. Because I used tinned and frozen fruit for this one though the fruit was quite juicy – hence adding the flour to thicken it up and create a saucier texture rather than a pool of liquid at the bottom. If you prefer a sweeter crumble, feel free to omit the lemon and add a sweetener.
Peach and Cherry Crumbles
2 cups peaches
2 cups cherries
2 tsp lemon juice
1 tsp lemon zest
1 tsp cinnamon
1/4 cup flour
1 cup oats
1/4 cup flour
1/4 cup coconut sugar
1/2 cup walnuts, chopped
3 Tbsp coconut oil, firm
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp nutmeg
1/4 tsp ginger
1 tsp vanilla
Pinch of salt
Preheat oven to 180C.
In a large bowl, place peaches, cherries, lemon juice, zest, cinnamon and flour. Stir until well combined. Distribute mix amongst four ramekins.
In a small bowl, all ingredients except the coconut oil and vanilla, and stir well. Add coconut oil in small chunks, and vanilla, and stir through – I did this with my hands. Ensure all the oat mixture has gotten some moisture, if you need more oil, add it by the teaspoon.
Distribute crumble amongst ramekins. Bake for 20-25 minutes, until top is golden and crispy.
Serve with ginger or vanilla ice cream, custard or non-dairy cream.
Millions of peaches, peaches for me!
Millions of peaches, peaches for me. Millions of peaches, peaches for free.
I love crumble. 🙂
I love it toooooo! It’s one of those things that I should make more than I do. Plus I think it is a reasonable dessert OR breakfast food!
looks like lots of yum – agree with the tart fruit and sweet crumble as well as the ramekins – I should use mine more – and I need to come back and listen to these as not sure I know either – all I can think of is that silly song about peaches
Ramekins are so great! My mum just gave me a gift of some really cute little ones with lids, so I really want to start using them more for little individual pies and stuff. It just feels so special to have your own little meal, haha. Oh you mean: moving to the country, ‘gonna eat a lot of peaches? Haha.
Those look so great, I love peaches and cherries and crumble!!
Me tooooo…I can’t believe this is the first time I’ve combined the three.
What a clever idea to use the leftover cherries, that is a lovely bowl of classic crumble, it’s filled with lovely goodies…mmm I would be honored to be your taster and tester! 🙂
Nothing beats a good old fashioned crumble 😉