Peach Crumble

Baked sweet yellow peaches topped with a crispy crumble. Each bite is filled with juicy diced peaches and a little extra sugary crunch.

Peach Crumble | Cooking with a Wallflower

Did you know that August is National Peach Month? In honor of that, I’ve decided to create another crumble with this delicious seasonal fruit.

You have no idea how amazing this dessert is. But don’t worry, you’re about to. I didn’t know what I was missing out on either until I took that first bite. Warm crispy crumble over sweet, juicy diced peaches. Gosh, my mouth is watering just thinking about them.

Peach Crumble | Cooking with a Wallflower

And guess what? It takes less than 5 ingredients to make this! Yes, less than 5. Peaches, a little butter, some brown sugar, a bit flour. Baked in the oven for about 30 minutes until the peaches become soft, juicy, flavorful and the crumble turns crispy and a golden brown. And viola! You’ve got yourself a tasty summer dessert.

Peach Crumble | Cooking with a Wallflower

A few weeks ago, I signed up to be a recipe contributor over at Ask Anna once a month. Her blog has so much info about pretty much everything related to your home. This is my first post over at her blog. If you’re interested in seeing the recipe for this delicious Peach Crumble, head on over to Ask Anna to check it out.

Enjoy!

51 comments

  1. jennahq says:

    Yum!! This looks tasty. I love a good crumble. I didn’t know it was peach month but I had made a peach compote for my homemade granola this month. I must be psychic!! Thanks for liking my post btw. Happy cooking!

  2. BeNicoMa says:

    Wow Andrea, all you do looks really tasty, don’t wanna know how tasty it actually is 🙂 Just knew the apple version of this so far, will try that for sure! And for the salad of yours, as soon as I have done it, I leave a photo for you. You should check out the Boletus carpaccio, guess it will look much nicer when you prepare it, but the taste, I promise you that, was awesome with mine as well 😀

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