Recipe: Baked Peach & Thyme Crumble

This is a tweak on The Londoner’s Baked Peaches Recipe – I decided to make a nut-free tweak and I have to say, I’m proud of this! It’s super easy!

For two people, you will need:

  1. Half the peaches and twist to separate them. Remove the stones. Unless you really need the fibre in your diet.
  2. Stick a cube of butter into the dent where the stone was and drizzle with honey.
  3. Bake for 20 minutes at 180°C and about half way I spooned some of the juice back on top of the peaches. 
  4. I whipped up double cream with a glug of vanilla liqueur in it and spooned a generous dollop onto the baked peaches.
  5. You could make a quick crumble with flour, sugar and butter but I took a lazy option of bashing up some digestives  and I added some chopped up thyme leaves to sprinkle on top. 
  6. Serve with some tangy fruits to cut the sweetness of the peaches and there you have it! 

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I'm Sharon, writer of The Plate Escapes food and travel blog. I'm a wanderlusting foodie who writes about everything I ate and all the fun things I get up to as I explore Scotland and beyond! Find me on Twitter/Instagram @ThePlateEscapes

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