Saturday, August 20, 2011

Peaches and Cream Pie + Bayou Blues

Here's a heavenly treat that I love to make when I'm having guests or when I'm just in the mood for a little something sweet. The scrumptious flavors in this Peaches and Cream Pie are divinely delicious and when I tell you that it's the best and the easiest peach pie that I've ever made, then you know that I mean it, cher! Enjoy!

Peaches and Cream Pie

Pastry for a 9 inch single crust pie
(homemade or store bought)
3/4 cup sugar
1/2 cup flour
2 cups sliced fresh or frozen peaches
1 cup heavy cream

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line a 9 inch pie pan with crust. Combine the sugar and flour in a large bowl and mix well with fork. Add the peaches and toss to coat evenly. Add the peaches to the pie crust and spread evenly. Pour the cream evenly over the peaches and bake for 30 to 35 minutes or until set.

Cool before serving and top with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Fabulous!

I'll be sharing this at:

Saturday Nite Special
Sunday Showcase Party
Sweet Indulgences Sunday 
What's Cooking Wednesday
Full Plate Thursday
Show and Tell Friday
Friday Potluck

Bayou Blues

It's been a hot and stressful week, here in Cajun country, and I'm chillin' out tonight with some good ole bayou blues. Here's a little clip of one of my favorite blues bands, gettin down at the Simi Cajun Blues Festival. Grab yourself a cold one, cher, and crank it up for this "hotter than hot" band. Cheers!

  Hope ya'll are having a great weekend! Merci beaucoup for stopping by!


Linda Starr said...

Gary loves peach pie, most of the time it's too sweet for me, but this one looks so delicious, oh boy I am hungry for something sweet right now, I am drooling.

Miriam said...

Oh yum! ANd just in time forpeach season!! :), Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

Cloudia said...

Bayou Pie-you!

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Drick said...

good golly - this has to be the best peach pie yet, can't stop looking at it - I don't think I would add ice cream to this one, oh now, who am I kidding....

California Girl said...

I haven't been trying your recipes of late because my husband is on a strict diet, a la celiac style which means no simple carbs, no gluten, etc. He's being treated for lyme disease and this is part of the process and boy does it limit one's cooking choices.

Peach season now and this looks unbelievable. sigh

A Kitchen Witch said...

Looks like comfort food to me! Thanks for sharing.

ellen abbott said...

Oh well now I'm going to have to go buy peaches and all the Georgia peaches are gone. Only california peaches now and they are unreliable. Just as likely to be mealy as sweet.

Thanks for the boogie.

Gypsy Heart said...

Would it be unlady like to just put my face in that pie and
eat? :-)

Can't wait to try it!

Eddie Bluelights said...

Peaches and Cream Pie and an ice cream . . . . and a cool beer. Well you don't have to ask me twice - consider it done LOL. And some hot music as well - you do spoil us - all I want now is to find a nice Cajun lady to teach me the dance steps LOL. Cheers cher, Eddie

Kat said...

That is one nice lookin' pie! Yum. Still enjoying your music videos too. Thanks so much!

Kat said...

P.S. No wonder this is one of your favorite bands! They are great.

Kittie Howard said...

OMG! Diet be damned, this looks to good to pass up - I'll take pie over cake any day - looooved the clip....thanks, cher!

Rosaria Williams said...

Oh yes!
Just what the doctor ordered.

Mary said...

This looks wonderful. I've never added cream to a peach pie before. I bet it tasted amazing.

Ali said...

That looks delicious Marguerite!

Natasha said...

Hi I found you on Monday Mingle. Everything looks great. I can't wait to try out some of the recipes.

hidden art of homemaking said...

Marguerite, that looks so good and I just so happen to have some peaches that are ripe and ready to use..this must be fate!! thanks for such a beautiful blog...

Chats the Comfy Cook said...

For me, it is the cream that makes this so special. A plain peach pie is already delicious. This has to be over the moon.

I invite you to link this to Bake with Bizzy.

Pam said...

Great pie, great video! That says it all!

Marguerite said...

Linda- Well, if Gary loves peach pie, then you'd better make it for him. :) Thanks, glad you like it!

Miriam- Thanks, it's so easy and I hope you give it a try!

Cloudia- LOL- You can say that again! Thanks for stopping by!

Drick- Merci, cher, it's scrumptious, but becomes sinful with the ice cream on top. Hope you try it!

Cal. Girl- That diet doesn't sound like too much fun. :) Thanks, glad you like it!

KW- Thanks, it is and it's so easy to make. I hope you try it. Thanks for coming by!

Susanna Powers said...

Hi Marguerite, This looks pretty easy to make so I want to try it after the heat breaks. This could be a main course for me! In the meantime, maybe a peaches-n-cream snowball with vanilla ice cream topping. it's lovely and appetizing. thanks, sp

Angie's Recipes said...

A perfect pie recipe for the stone fruit season! Looks delectable!

Simona said...

This looks so delicious Marguerite!

Foodiewife said...

Hello, old friend!
I made a pie similar to this, and loved it. Love me some peaches!

Anonymous said...

YUM... that rocks... and the tunes are cool too!
Have a fantastic week!

Shauna said...

I'm new here love it! Hope you will come visit and follow me too :) Shauna from

Donna @ The House on the Corner said...

Oh my goodness that sounds awesome!!! I LOVE peach cobbler - but I haven't yet been able to make one like I remember from my childhood - this sounds like it would be close :-D

Thanks so much for joining the Tuesday Train!

Marguerite said...

ellen- You can always use frozen peaches if you can't get good fresh ones. You're welcome, glad you enjoyed it!

Gypsy- lol- Not at all! Thanks, so glad you like it and want to try it! Enjoy!

Eddie- Merci beaucoup for your sweet comment, cher! Spoiling people is one of my specialties! lol Cheers!

Kat- Thanks, cher, hope you try it! You're welcome and I'm glad you enjoy them! They are fab, especially the guitar player.

Kittie- Totally worth the calories, cher! Thanks, so glad you liked the clip and you're welcome! Good luck with the hurricane! Stay safe!

rosaria- So good to hear from you! So glad you liked it! Thanks so much for stopping by!


girl, you KNOW i love me some sweet sweet peaches and cream!!!!!! hush my mouth!!!

Kim McCallie said...

That pie looks delicious! I'd love to have a slice of it. My boss is spending Labor Day weekend in New Orleans. We're all so jealous! He's threatening to send photos of himself eating at all the famous restaurants! Thanks for sharing on Sweet Indulgences Sunday.

Katie @ This Chick Cooks said...

What a fabulous looking pie. Peaches are so delicious!

Quay Po Cooks said...

Nice fresh peaches are hard to come by here so we normally use canned peaches. Your pie looks very delicious!

Jessica | Cajunlicious said...

How in creation did I miss this incredible pie! Job well done!!!

Velva said...

As always, delicious. Perfect for these sweltering summer days.


Midlife Roadtripper said...

That pie looks divine. Might have to try that. Your blueberry bread pudding was a big hit with the family. This probably will be too.

Honey at 2805 said...

Your peaches and cream pie with a dollop of ice cream is what I would call summertime comfort food.

I hope you will consider joining my first Potpourri Friday party next week! Link-up will begin on Thursday afternoon!

Have a great weekend!

readwatchrelax said...

oh...goodness!! will have to make this for The Hubs..he'll love it!!

visiting from friday potluck

Miz Helen said...

Hi Marguerite,
A good Cajun Boogie and a nice slice of your Peaches and Cream Pie, wow how much better could life get? Hope you are having a great week and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
Come Back Soon!
Miz Helen

AMY said...

I don't think I've ever had peach pie in my life? But after seeing this post I most definitely want some!

Made my mouth water! I'm a HUGE Pie fav dessert ever!

Hope you're enjoying the end of summer!

Anonymous said...

This looks so good! I'd love for you to pop by and link this up with So Sweet Sundays! I'm your newest follower. :)

Cloudia said...

did you see Anthony Bourdain in his Cajun episode this week?!

I NEVER saw him rave about food or a culture this way.

I may never see Istanbul, but I WILL dance and eat in your dear Acadia!

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Magic of Spice said...

Peaches and favorite! Beautiful and delicious Marguerite :)

Slice of Southern said...

This looks delishhh! I want a piece right now. Great recipe!