Is going to be hard to wait! This is probably a silly question, but do you combine the two dough discs into one before rolling out? No, just use one dough disk unless you want to top with the other dough disk to top. Great, thanks! Thank you so much for the awesome recipe. At my Tupperware meeting today we had a pie baking contest so after searching Pinterest I stumbled across this recipe.
Although I had to use a store bought crust due to time and I used frozen peaches. Note make sure they are thawed and room temp my caramel hardened as soon as it hit the peaches and took longer to cook. But all and all it was a very good pie. So I took it to the meeting there were 14 entries I think apples, pumpkin, amaretto cheesecake, oreo, butterfinger some really good pies. So thanks for sharing your recipe and I will be making another 1 tomorrow for the family and 2 for Thanksgiving.
Now I can play with the crust. I am gonna enter in the county fair this summer. This looks amazing! Planning on trying it with apples for Thanksgiving. Question: will it keep if made the night before? I make two different kinds: vanilla and maple syrup. I try to use as much as what I preserve over winter, and wanted a delicious peach dessert for Christmas eve dinner! I made the caramel sauce with the liquid in which the peaches are preserved.
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Thanks again for the great recipe! Did you just replace the 1 T of water with peach liquid, or did you replace the maple syrup as well?
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Wonderful share Morgan and outstanding mouth watering photos! The first was as a gift, and I only got to try a slice with my friend, so I wanted to make it again for selfish reasons.
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I made this for a family get together and it was a hit! I made it with gluten free flour as my husband has Celiacs and it was absolutely delicious. The crumble on top was drool-worthy. I made it at night and stuck it in the fridge for the next day. We set it out at room temp for an hour and dug right in.
Just a little confused about one thing. In the beginning you say to set the oven to degrees but there are no instructions as to what to bake at that temperature. You then say to bake the pie at then turn the oven down to Is there a baking step that I missed in the beginning or did you mean to have the temp set at from the beginning? This looks incredible, and that crumb topping sounds amazing!
This pie is magnificant! I have made it twice and both times it has been extremely runny. I added a little more cornstarch and flour the second time and it only helped marginally. Any suggestions? Could it possibly be that the caramel has been too thin? Thickening the caramel more may help, or adding more cornstarch and flour if you live somewhere humid that could be adding excess moisture to your mix or if the peaches are slightly overripe and therefore breaking down more when cooked.
Sometimes I have to adjust for those reasons. Let me know if that helps! Made this pie last week and no one could believe how good it was. I already have request to make it again. Good work! I am a beginner baker and really enjoy it. This recipe looks really good and I hope it will turn out well for me too. I am going to make it this weekend for my bf bday. Could you advise that if using the ripe peaches, like you suggested, would be too watery after bake? Thank you very much! Would using frozen peaches work as well?
Thank you! Thanks for the help-will be working on this pie today or tonight However, I think frozen peaches should work fine in the recipe as-is thawed and drained, that is!
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I made this pie back in January with frozen peaches and it turned out fine. The 2nd time I made it 2 weeks later I used fresh. Maybe add another tbsp of cornstarch to help with the sogginess that can happen with frozen fruit. I just pulled this out of the oven and it smells amazing! I used peaches that I picked locally and skipped the homemade pie crust for a store-bought one.
I also used walnuts instead of pecans, since I had them in the house, and added some oats to the streusel for a bit of texture. This was a lot easier than I expected—the worst part was really just peeling the peaches. It might have been that the caramel was cooked down too much. It continues to thicken as it cools, so that may have been the issue?
Hey I just wanted to say thank you for an awesome recipe! I just made this for a little competition with some friends and this pie won by far out of seven other pies. I looked all over and finally decided to try using cherries grams and it turned out perfectly. Everything else in the recipe was the same from the crust to the topping! I used my own crust recipe but other than that I followed the directions perfectly.
It seems that way that the pie would have to warm up before it could start cooking in the oven which would increase the likelihood of a soggy crust. That said, this ones a keeper and I will be baking this one again. Warm regards, Katie. Hi Morgan, this peach pie looks incredible! I am making it tonight to take to a friend tomorrow morning. Would it be best to refrigerate it after completely cooling down or can I leave it out covered at room temperature? Do you suggest warming it in the morning? So liquidy it was basically like cutting into peach soup! Not presentable at all. Do you have any idea what could have gone wrong?
It was a yummy pie still! Just made this for a BBQ, and it was such a hit! Author Danielle. Using a 3.
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Re-roll any scrap pieces of pie dough as needed to cut out the circles. Place each circle of pie crust in 18 cavities of 2 standard count muffin pans. Gently press the dough down and around the sides, making sure the dough fits snuggly in each cavity. Transfer the muffin pans to the refrigerator while you make the filling. In a medium-sized mixing bowl, whisk together the brown sugar, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, cloves, and salt until well combined.
Then whisk in the pumpkin puree, evaporated milk, and egg until fully combined. Remove the muffin pans with the pie crusts from the refrigerator. Spoon the pumpkin pie filling evenly between all 18 pie crusts in the muffin pans about 2 tablespoons per pie crust.
Remove from the oven and allow to cool on a wire rack for 30 minutes, carefully remove from the muffin pan, then place on the wire rack to finish cooling.
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