Sweet Recipes for National Peach Month

August 1, 2018

August was established as National Peach Month in 1982 by President Ronald Reagan. While peaches originated in China, California grows 175 varieties of peaches and produces more than 50% of the U.S. peach supply.[1]. Fresh peaches are at their peak from June to the end of August, however frozen peaches can be enjoyed year-round. Just thaw frozen peaches for a few minutes for a quick and convenient solution for any recipe that calls for fresh peaches. Try your favorite variety in these recipes at any time of day.

Peaches for breakfast:


Peaches for lunch/dinner:


Peaches for dessert:

  • For a unique twist on a classic dessert, Grilled Peaches and Cream Shortcake starts with vanilla bean shortcake with a scoop of creamy ice cream and homemade whipped cream!
  • Grilled Peaches and Cream ShortcakeTake phyllo shells and fill them with the sweet flavors of your favorite brunch cocktail in these Mini Bellini Peach Phyllo Tarts.
  • Light and delicious, Peachy Panna Cotta is a fresh and fruity summer treat perfect for celebrating National Peach Month!
  • No time to peel peaches? Pick up a juicy, sweet Peach Pie in the freezer case that’s ready in no time.
  • Peach Crescent Dumplings bake into a delicious, sweet and buttery dessert you can serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.


Peaches in drinks:


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[1] http://www.thenibble.com/reviews/main/fruits/peach-facts.asp#nutrition

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