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Broiled Peaches

Broiled Peaches created by Thorsten

Fancy enough for company, easy enough for everyday. Can even be made ahead! Really impress them! Make them with a FLARE! You can even do these outside on the GRILL! Yummy with fresh Texas Peaches! Created by me from a much more complicated recipe found in a French cookbook.

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15mins
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ingredients

  • 28 ounces canned peaches, halved or 28 ounces equal amount fresh fruit
  • 14 cup flour
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • butter-flavored cooking spray

directions

  • Drain peach halves and pat dry a little bit with a paper towel.
  • Mix flour, sugar and cinnamon together.
  • Turn peach halves in flour mixture and spray with butter flavored cooking spray to moisten flour.
  • Store in refrigerator until ready to cook.
  • Just before serving broil in oven just until crisp looking. About 3-4 minutes when about 3" under preheated broiler.
  • For FLARE! pour a little bourbon or brandy over the top AFTER they are plated. Ignite the alcohol CAREFULLY - impressive!
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"Fancy enough for company, easy enough for everyday. Can even be made ahead! Really impress them! Make them with a FLARE! You can even do these outside on the GRILL! Yummy with fresh Texas Peaches! Created by me from a much more complicated recipe found in a French cookbook."
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  1. Munchkin Mama
    Another one of those recipes that is so easy and quick that I never want to be without it. I think I undercooked them because the bottoms were a little bit gummy, I'll know for next time. Still, worth 5 stars for sure. Thanks so much!
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  2. anme7039
    Tasty and easy to make. Very good with ice cream!
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  3. Linda B
    I used fresh peaches and followed your recipe exactly. These were delicious tasting, and I really liked the ease of preparing ahead and broiling when we were ready to eat them.
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  4. evelynathens
    So easy - so good! We all loved them.
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  5. Jessie MacMillan
    This is as easy & delicious as the other reviewers have said. I put the peach halves in the pan pitted side up, then added small dots of butter in the hollow because I didn't have any butter spray. They were yummy. I had some left over, so just put them in the refridgerator, then zapped them in the microwave the next night. They were just as delicious.
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