Sunday, June 24, 2012

Peach Hand Pies


Hi there!

It's been quiet over on my end, I know... but I've been busy!  I've gotten quite a bit accomplished this week and it feels so good.  We finally finished Jillian's bedroom and I'm so excited to share it with you... I just need to take some photos.

Another thing I've been busy with is the garden and yesterday we stopped at a local farm and I purchased some corn and peaches to put up for this winter.  

When I got home my Country Living magazine was waiting in the mailbox and inside was a recipe for strawberry hand pies.  They looked scrumptious.  After dinner and the girls were put to bed my husband mentioned he was hungry for some dessert... I was so excited... I had a reason to try this recipe!  When they were pulled warm out of the oven, I actually ate three.  Okay, really it was almost four. 

So I hope you don't mind me sharing another recipe with you!  But this one is a keeper.  I didn't have any strawberries, but I did have the peaches I had just bought so I substituted a peach filling for strawberries, but otherwise I followed this recipe to a tee.  


Tonight we had dinner at our house with all my family so I had an excuse to make more peach hand pies this afternoon.  


I substituted approximately the same weight in strawberries for peaches and substituted the strawberry jam for peach jam.  


I almost always have a helper that is begging to stir something.


Yep, this is me.  These days I'm usually cooking around at least one little girl and sometimes two.  (smile) 


 Like the recipe, I rolled my pie rounds into about a 6" circle. 


This was my prettiest pie.  I didn't worry about them looking perfect. 


Delicious!  Of course the girls and I couldn't wait until dinnertime to sample one.  (Yes, even though I had almost four the previous night.)  


I set aside a pie for Jillian while she ran upstairs to change and caught this little one trying to sneak a bite!  She's quick too.  


  I think they're called hand pies for a reason!  


We had them this evening with ice cream.  So good!

You can find the recipe here.  

Enjoy your week!  I'll be back sometime with some pictures of Jillian's new bedroom and starting to get busy working on the office upstairs.  It's finally coming together!

13 comments:

  1. I received my copy of Country Living yesterday as well and this recipe too, but, I think I will be making them with cherries and blackberries...Cannot wait, they look and sound delicious! Have a great week! Xo, Ashley

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  2. And they were sooooooo good. I'll be down in a few to have a left over one for breakfast! Oh, except there probably weren't any left over ones! ~ Mom ~

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  3. Your home must smell wonderful with all the baking you do. Wish I was your neighbor because I'd be dropping by all the time for a taste! :-) Your girls are adorable!!
    Mary Alice

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  4. Those look so good. I'm going to have to make those! I better go look closer at my Country Living magazine. Love your photos~
    ~betty

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  5. The hand pies look amazing! I can't wait try this recipe out. I haven't looked at my copy of the magazine yet, I'm excited to look through it now. Also, what a cute family you have! ~ Jamie

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  6. Oh,they look so delicious! I'll have to go out and purchase a Country Living magazine now and give them a try. Love peach...anything! Wishing I was your neighbor too. I would be over borrowing a cup of sugar weekly. Smiles. Your girls are going to have such wonderful memories for years to come.

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  7. Oh my those look good and I love the little helpers!

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  8. These look and sound delicious! Can't wait to try this recipe! I got the magazine in the mail, but haven't gotten a chance to read it yet! Really looking forward to it now! :)

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  9. The pies look delish, but your little helpers are even sweeter!

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  10. My mouth is watering. They look so good.

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  11. Mmmmmm! Will have to pick up peaches this weekend at the farmer's market. Looking forward to seeing the reveal of your office, too.

    Erin

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  12. This recipe looks as good as the berry recipe!

    Lynn

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  13. These look so yummy, I am going to make them tonight to carry to a cookout at my in-laws cabin!Thanks for sharing!

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