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Peach Amaretti Crumble

Peach Amaretti Crumble

The farmers market has been flooded with fresh locally grown peaches these last few weeks and I certainly have been enjoying them. This weekend I got a few too many of them to finish in the week simply by snacking on them and it was about time that I got down to making something with them. Crisps, crumbles and cobblers are by far one of the easiest ways too use a lot of fruit and this crumble has been on my mind for a while. The main idea of this crumble was to use amaretti cookie crumbs to make the topping and to hit the peach filling with a splash of amaretto. To continue building on the almond flavours I added some slivered almonds to the topping as well. This crumble was as easy as cutting up some peaches, mixing the topping and baking it and the rewards of so little effort are amazing! The amaretti crumble topping was phenomenal and it went really well with the peaches. Of course, I absolutely had to serve the peach crumble with a scoop of melting vanilla ice cream.

Peach Amaretti Crumble

(makes 4+ servings)
Printable Recipe

Ingredients:
2 pounds ripe peaches (pealed, stoned and sliced)
1/4 cup amaretto
1 tablespoon cornstarch
2/3 cup flour
2/3 cup amaretti cookies (crushed)
1/4 cup almonds (sliced)
2/3 cup brown sugar
1/3 cup butter (melted)

Directions:
1. Toss the peaches in the amaretto and cornstarch and place them in an 8x8 inch baking dish.
2. Mix the flour, amaretti cookies, almonds, brown sugar and butter and pour onto the peaches.
3. Bake in a preheated 350F oven until it is bubbling and the top is golden brown, about 30-45 minutes.

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33 comments:

bellini valli said...

So may peaches this time of the year and so little time. I'd make time for this simple and tasty dessert Kevin.

Jess @ Bakericious said...

peach crumble with ice cream, delicious!

Joanne said...

Amaretto is a new flavor love of mine...this looks like the perfect dessert.

Cathy said...

I brought home a bag of peaches from the market as well and am looking forward to dessert this evening. Using amaretti cookies in the topping is a delicious idea.

Rachel (Two Healthy Plates) said...

Peach and ammeretti?! Yes please!! This looks great, my husband is a cobbler guy so he would LOVE this.

Looks like everyone is posting their peach recipes today - that time of year I guess!

Nina Timm said...

I only had my first encounter with Amaretti biscuits a while ago, also combined with peaches...I was delicious as I am sure your crumble was too!!

Marjie said...

Crushed cookies sound like an excellent topping! Lovely peach crumble, although peaches never last that long in my house.

jose manuel said...

Yo no he cocinado nunca crumbles, pero es que tienen una pinta increible. Saludos

Ana Powell said...

Can you hear the knock on the door?
I am by the door, holding up an empty bowl. I would love some of your awesome and delicious crumble ♥

Claudia said...

Oh - what a natural. I am kicking myself for never doing this. Peaches and amaretti yes. Now, I wonder if I can wait until Friday's Farmer's market to do this...

James said...

Nice combination - I can see a cheesecake recipe in here too.

RamblingTart said...

Ohhhh, I haven't had a good crumble in AGES! This looks divine and I can almost taste those warm peaches.

♥peachkins♥ said...

It looks perfect!

Les rêves d'une boulangère (Brittany) said...

Looks fabulous! Any dessert featuring crumble is always a crowd pleaser, me thinks..

Suzanne aka vivisue said...

Oh, MY! This is decadent! Love it!

Cynthia said...

Yes, the peaches have been super
delicious this summer and I shall
try this dish.

Cheryl said...

I am making this! I just bought 39 peaches, and picked them myself!

The Short (dis)Order Cook said...

I like the idea of amaretti cookies over something like oats. The liquer is awesome too. I love almonds and peaches together.

The Duo Dishes said...

Any crumble and ice cream go together like a married couple. Perfect.

Cara said...

If there's anything to make a peach crumble better, it's got to be booze!

smalltownoven said...

Love this. Can be in the oven in under 10 minutes and only requires one bowl!

Twin Tables said...

Seriously?! This sounds amazing. And peaches in WA are fantastic right now. I now know what our dessert is for our dinner party tomorrow night! Thanks Kev!

Delishhh said...

Nice Crumble. I love the amaretti combination. Will have to add to my list to do. I just posted a rhubarb, strawberry and blueberry crumble today.

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Katy@BlueEyedBakers said...

Yum! You simply cannot go wrong with peaches, huh? Thanks for posting...love love love.

Laurel said...

I have to try this one. It's just getting to the time of year when I start craving fall dishes, this seems like a great place to start!

Magic of Spice said...

Peaches are fantastic...This is a wonderful crumble :)

Karen said...

Yum! I love amaretti cookies. Great use for them on top of the crumble.

Bren said...

I have some peaches in my freezer now that I really should use. Crumble, flan, pie, tart, smoothie, something, right!!

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Avanika [YumsiliciousBakes] said...

I've heard a lot about the peach + amaretti combination. Really have tot try it out for myself, because your crumble looks mouth-watering!

Helen said...

This looks like a great recipe. The Amaretti biscuits are a great idea. I will try this tonight for the family. Thanks for posting!

daniela @ foodrecipeshq said...

Is there any way to make it lighter? No butter and less Sugar, for example? I love the recipe, I'd like to eat it often so I need a lighter version. Thanks

Kevin said...

daniela: You could try replacing the butter with oil or maybe even honey in the crumble topping to make it lighter.

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