Friday night I was surprised with a beautiful hospitality gift: a box of ripe Michigan blueberries, picked earlier that day by the hands of those that gave them to me. Saturday morning I was delighted to find boxes of white peaches on the in-season produce table at the Farmer’s Market. Both fruits were already delicious on their own, but when an overcast Sunday evening rolled around, I turned on the oven and put them together. The flavors melted into each other with a little help from some butter and brown sugar. A comforting end to a memorable weekend.
Peaches, halved & pits removed / Butter / Brown sugar, mixed with butter / Blueberries
Bake in a 350-degree oven for about 30 minutes. Baking time will vary a bit depending on the ripeness of the fruit. Delicious alone or with ice cream / whipped cream. The sauce that is created from the juices is perfect spooned over Angel Food Cake.
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Looks beautifully delicious. I love the simplicity of creating such a wholesome treat.
My sentiment exactly. Thank you, tinywhitecottage 🙂
How delicious and beautiful!
I love Michigan. I’m making this this weekend. I just found out I have gestational diabetes so I’m trying to avoid carbs – but I want to eat all the fruit that exists. Thank you for the idea!
All the best to you, Megan! It doesn’t get much better than a MI blueberry.
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This is my reminder to make this, and share with you all.
Mmm, the pictures made my mouth water!
This look so good!! x
Hi, blog n00b here 🙂
The pictures are just so gorgeous! They make me want to have peaches now, right at this moment, but I can’t because there aren’t any around here. It makes my tummy sad. But I will definitely try your strawberry buttermilk breakfast cake, that looks delish as well.
Love what you’re doing – combining an obvious love of literature and food! I’m doing the same at http://warandpeach.com 🙂
OH MY does this look delicious. What great inspiration to blend the fruit flavors together, and who doesn’t love a healthy scoop of brown sugar on top? Yum!