There's nothing better than a fresh summer peach.
You know, the ones that are so juicy that when you
bite them they drip down your chin. Like this one.
And right now, since they're so reasonable, we should
be using them every way we can. And the best part:
they make whatever we team them with taste amazing.
And in case you're wondering how to tell if they're
ripe, you'll know it when you squeeze them gently
and they give a little. And if you happen to pick
up peaches that aren't ripe, no worries. You can put
them in a paper bag and keep them on your counter
until they're sweet and juicy. Since we had so many
peaches, I figured we'd take advantage of them with
a twist on a classic summer dessert. We start by tossing
some sliced peaches with fresh raspberries, some light
brown sugar and a bit of flour. Once that's all combined,
we pour this into a baking dish. And what makes this
extra special is this crumbly topping that we sprinkle
on. It's simply a combo of uncooked oats, brown sugar,
cinnamon and a bit of butter. Now all we have to do
is bake it off for about 30 minutes until the whole
house smells like cinnamon. And whether you serve
it as is or with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, I know
you'll love the combo of the peaches, the raspberries
and all that crunchy buttery topping. As always, the
recipe is online. Just type in "Peach Melba Crumble"
so you can have a taste of summer with a perfect lazy
day dessert. I'm Howard in the Mr. Food Test Kitchen,
where every day we're finding a peachy way for you
to say OOH IT'S SO GOOD!!