Toasted Peach Sandwich
photo by anniesnomsblog
- Ready In:
- Slather 1 side of each bread slice with cream cheese.
- On 2 bread slices, arrange peaches accordion style; sprinkle peaches with sugar and nutmeg.
- Close up the sandwiches.
- Spread butter on 1 side of the bread.
- Put butter side down in medium-hot frying pan.
- Carefully butter top bread slices.
- Toast on each side until bread is golden brown, 3-4 minutes per side.
- Serve sprinkled with powdered sugar if desired.
this is such a fun idea! i had a slightly squashed peach to get rid of and what a great way to do it! i was out of nutmeg, instead i used pumpkin pie spice. i have seen this done with apple, peaches are way better because you don't have to cook then first. this would also be a great idea for a dessert camping pie or in a toasted sandwich maker. thanks for sharing SusieQusie!
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