Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Peach Pudding

When I saw a very easy recipe for Peach Cobbler over at Emma Bear's blog and realised I had all the necessary ingredients I couldn't resist giving it a try

Admittedly it was very sweet and I wouldn't put so much sugar in next time but I recommend you give it a try for a quick dessert!

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  1. Not a great fan of peaches but it does look good.
    I'm hoping to make chocolate and pear pudding later!

    B xxx

  2. It looks delicious. I don't really make many puddings, I should make more of an effort.

  3. mmmm yum. I could do with some pudding now.


  4. Looks lovely, good tip about the sugar x

  5. You are such a star in the kitchen, fancy a job as a chef in my home? ;o) Scarlett x

  6. Peach and cherry cobbler is one of my absolute favourites, have never been able to make it quite like my Mum though!

    Jem xXx

  7. hhhmmmmm it's been awhile since i had puddings, i just might make it, it loookss mouth watering! xx susan

  8. Maybe pears or apples could be less sweet than peaches?
    Thank you for sharing the recipe, it sounds easy to make also for hopeless girls ;0)!

  9. Looks delish, Ice cream or whip cream?

  10. Glad you made it. It is very sweet, a bit like me ;) xx

  11. Hubby and I love peach anything, but I agree it can be sweet and so I don't usually add in all the recommended sugar either!
    I just might have to give this a try! Thanks for sharing it....

    Stop by to visit, I'll make the coffee, you bring me that cake!

    Ciao Bella!


  12. Hello, I'm your newest follower. I just saw you on The Blueberry Patch. I love fruit desserts and I'll give this a try for certain. Thanks for the info on cutting the sugar.

    I've enjoyed my visit and reading your posts. Please stop by when you have a moment, I love company and new friends are always welcome.

  13. Thanks for the tip it looks yummy!
    love Kristina xx

  14. Hello there, thanks for popping by and leaving a lovely comment.
    I do hope you go to the charity shop and pick up the Lloyd Loom, it would be such a shame to leave it alone and forlorn.


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