5 Reviews

Mine turned out more like pancakes then pattycakes. My dough was also very wet and not rollable. I coated them with peach syrup and ate them for breakfast. The really great thing is that they hold together like a cake or cookie so my 15 month old could hold one in her hand and eat it. I will make these again because they tasted great.

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Hill Family March 05, 2009

A very interesting recipe Boomie. The (biscuits/shortcake/scones) had a beautiful flavor and texture, but like the others I had trouble rolling and shaping the pattycakes, hence no pictures. The cake was light and fluffy with peices of peaches...yummy. I served with a little icing sugar, cinnamon and whipped cream. Thanks for sharing this treat.

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Baby Kato November 10, 2008

This is a tasty recipe, and I agree with Galley Wench, it is in the same zone as a biscuit, or a scone. My peaches were very very juicy, so I think I had more than the intended amount of liquid, but I added it anyway. The resulting batter was not roll-able, so I just scooped it onto baking trays, and baked as cookies. I also sprinkled a bit of cinnamon sugar on the top of each. I love that these are not overly sweet. I will be packing them this week as kids' lunch box treats. Thanks, Boomette!

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Susiecat too September 20, 2008

Made these as directed, since this kind of cake was new to me! ABSOLUTELY GREAT TASTE, especially when I served it with a peach sauce that I'd made previously for ice cream! Thanks for the keeper! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Every Day Is a Holiday cooking game]

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Sydney Mike August 21, 2008

These are good, somewhere between a biscuit and a shortcake. Or maybe, a scone. I only had two peaches, so cut the recipe in half. It needed just a little something else . . . maybe next time sprinkle cinnamon sugar on the top, or maybe serve in a bowl with fresh peaches.

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Galley Wench August 20, 2008
Peach Pattycakes