Peaches in Port

This is heavenly! It's easy to make and is a lovely ending to any meal. Perfect to serve company! I thought it tasted even better the second day, as the peaches and port wine melded together, making a very light and smooth dessert. Or maybe you want to use it as one of your fruit groups for the day like I did! LOL I found this recipe in the cookbook Applehood & Motherpie, handpicked recipes from Upstate New York, from the Junior League of Rochester. Mmmm. Enjoy! (Chill time is listed as Cook Time in the recipe.)

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3hrs 10mins
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  • Sprinkle peach slices with sugar and mix thoroughly.
  • Add lemon juice and wine.
  • Chill 1 to 3 hours or overnight.
  • Whip cream with salt and confectioners' sugar.
  • Spoon peaches and juice into individual dishes.
  • Serve with a dollop of whipped cream.
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"This is heavenly! It's easy to make and is a lovely ending to any meal. Perfect to serve company! I thought it tasted even better the second day, as the peaches and port wine melded together, making a very light and smooth dessert. Or maybe you want to use it as one of your fruit groups for the day like I did! LOL I found this recipe in the cookbook Applehood & Motherpie, handpicked recipes from Upstate New York, from the Junior League of Rochester. Mmmm. Enjoy! (Chill time is listed as Cook Time in the recipe.)"
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  1. Whisper
    This is heavenly! It's easy to make and is a lovely ending to any meal. Perfect to serve company! I thought it tasted even better the second day, as the peaches and port wine melded together, making a very light and smooth dessert. Or maybe you want to use it as one of your fruit groups for the day like I did! LOL I found this recipe in the cookbook Applehood & Motherpie, handpicked recipes from Upstate New York, from the Junior League of Rochester. Mmmm. Enjoy! (Chill time is listed as Cook Time in the recipe.)
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