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.
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.
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!
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]
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.