Sweet Georgia Peach Crumble is a classic summer dessert recipe. This Peach Crumble is made with whole wheat flour and is an easy, fool proof and totally delicious!
When the warm weather hits, there is nothing like a sweet, juicy, Georgia Peach. I have always loved peaches, and found the variety from Georgia to be some of the best, if not the best!
The sweet, fragrant scent, of a soft and ripe Georgia peach is totally hard to resist! I recently received a box from Pearson Farms in Georgia to help spark some creativity in the kitchen.
Honestly, I wanted to set some of these delectable peaches aside to simply eat so I decided a Sweet Georgia Peach Crumble would be in order.
I figured it would use no more than 6 peaches so that would leave enough for my family to each savor some fresh Georgia Peaches for a snack.
After the peach crumble came out of the oven, my family all agreed that it was a great decision. Even though we are in the dead of summer, it was fairly cool enough to run the oven for no more than one hour.
The result? A deliciously sticky sweet concoction of some of the juiciest peaches I have ever tasted, and the perfect balance of crumble.
I am trying to eat more wholesome so I tweaked some ingredients that I’d normally use in a crumble, and incorporated others like egg whites. This recipe uses organic whole wheat flour, and organic sugar.
I figure every small change will hopefully result in something good! The tweaks worked out perfectly because the dessert was awesome!
This Sweet Georgia Peach Crumble really would have gone so well with some ice cream but like I said, I am making some major lifestyle changes.
How Many Calories in a Peach?
Did you know that an average sized peach is just 60 calories and packed with fiber, A, C and E vitamins, potassium and zinc.
The golden warm weather favorite is also fat, cholesterol, sodium, gluten and trans fat free making it not only an ideal snack, but also a featured ingredient in everything from beverages, to appetizers, main dishes and desserts like our crumble!
Ingredients You’ll Need to Make Peach Crumble:
- Georgia Peaches-5, large
- Wheat Flour-6 tablespoons
- Sugar-5 tablespoons
- Light Brown Sugar-4 tablespoons
- Egg whites-2
- Butter-6 tablespoons
- Cinnamon-2 tablespoons
Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.
Lightly grease a small baking dish 9 x 9 or similar.
Wash, dry, core, and slice peaches.
Add them to a large bowl and coat them with brown sugar.
Melt butter and skim foam off the top to clarify it (optional).
In a separate bowl, mix in other ingredient which will create the crumble mixture.
Place peaches in the baking dish, and sprinkle crumble on top.
Bake for 40-45 minutes
Serve warm with some optional fresh cream or ice cream.
More Delicious Peach Recipes
Sweet Georgia Peach Cobbler Crumble Recipe
- 5 large Georgia Peaches
- 6 tablespoons Wheat Flour
- 5 tablespoons Sugar
- 4 tablespoons Light Brown Sugar
- pinch Salt
- 2 Egg whites
- 6 tablespoons Butter
- 2 tablespoons Cinnamon
- Preheat your oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Lightly grease a small baking dish 9 x 9 or similar
- Wash, dry, core, and slice peaches
- Add them to a large bowl and coat them with brown sugar
- Melt butter and skim foam off the top to clarify it (optional)
- In a separate bowl, mix in other ingredient which will create the crumble mixture.
- Place peaches in the baking dish, and sprinkle crumble on top.
- Bake for 40-45 minutes
- Serve warm with some optional fresh cream or ice cream.
No, that is the default! I updated the gram to portion.
A serving size is 1 gram? Then that’s a lot of calories.
Wish people would put the recipe at the top of the page.
My aunt who lives in Georgia makes something similar every time we visit. It got to the point we’d go for the cobber and not the company! ;)
wow! this looks amazing! It makes me want to go grab a peach. LOL
Vera Sweeney says
This looks like an amazing summer dessert! I love when its not to hot to be able to bake in the summer! I need to try out this recipe
valmg @ From Val's Kitchen says
That looks totally delicious! I could go for a piece or two right now!
Being a resident of Georgia, I can say we are all about the peaches! That looks delicious!