Yesterday seemed like the perfect day to make my grandma’s peach crisp. She made the best peach crisp! We would have it at her house while I was growing up after family dinners. My mom would also make it for us. It was always a favorite!
Yesterday I made it for my family with my sister’s homegrown and canned peaches! It was so yummy! My four and five-year-olds ate all of theirs and even asked for more! It is nice to have family recipes to pass down to my own children and to be able to share some of the tastes of my own childhood.
My grandma also had this recipe published in her Relief Society’s recipe book back in the day. Hopefully many families have been able to enjoy it over the years. I am including the recipe here for others to enjoy!
PEACH CRISP- Recipe by Alice Hanney Tucker
Bake 1 Hour at 325 degrees. Use a 8x8x2 Pan.
Drain 1 lg. Can Peaches (Halves or sliced)
Sift together: 1 C. flour, 1 C. sugar, 3 Tsp. baking powder, Dash of Salt, Dash of Cinnamon or Nutmeg. Add 1 cup Milk. Mix well. Melt 1/2 Cube Butter in pan. Add batter. Place fruit on top and bake.
What family recipes have been enjoyed and passed down in your family?
Have a great day!