It's fabulous! While the crumb is cooking, or cooling, however your timing works out, put the peaches, brown sugar, lemon juice, nutmeg, and thyme sprigs in a mixing bowl, tossing to combine and evenly coat the peaches with sugar. Ingredients Please go to the Instagram Feed settings page to connect an account. INGREDIENTS: 1 pkg. My dad has all these -isms. Let cool. 1 tsp salt In the coming weeks, I’ll be making it with plums, then apples, then maybe even some grapefruit wedges, rhubarb, berries, you get the idea. Serve in bowls with a scoop of peaches, the graham cracker crumbs, and freshly whipped cream, if you’ve got it. Add the peaches and cook, stirring often, until sugar is dissolved and peaches are soft, about 5-10 minutes. Use hands or pastry cutter to combine until crumbly. 5 graham crackers, broken Serves 4-6 | Adapted from Bon Appetit Magazine 3 tbsp (300 g) soft butter. 2 Tbsp (or just a nice nub really) butter This graham cracker crumble takes peaches and cream to another dimension. Sautéed Peaches Did you hear that Dad? Caramel Graham Cracker Parfait The Midnight Baker caramel sauce, whipped topping, vegetable shortening, graham crackers and 3 more Peach Parfait with Salted Graham Cracker Crumble Bon Appétit fresh raspberries, light brown sugar, fresh lemon juice, all purpose flour and 6 more © 2020 Condé Nast. Let cool slightly. 1/4 cup granulated sugar In a large pan (preferably with higher sides) over medium heat, melt the butter. I made the peaches earlier in the day and refrigerated them. To revisit this article, visit My Profile, then View saved stories. Graham Cracker Crumble. In a bowl, whisk together the crushed graham cracker, pastry flour, brown sugar, and salt. Add the melted butter and mix in until the mixture is crumbly and all of the dry ingredients are coated in butter. Basic Graham Style Crust. 6 Tbsp butter, melted Imagine the two of us, wheeling our cart up and down the aisles of the store, giggling and spouting “farpait farpait” at each other – it was a sight. The salty and the sweet make it an ideal combination. Preheat oven to 325°. In a bowl, whisk together the crushed graham cracker, pastry flour, brown sugar, and salt. But back to the giving each other a hard time thing. In a large pan (preferably with higher sides) over medium heat, melt the butter. Plus it isn’t so bad sprinkling a tiny bit on my morning yogurt, fruit, and granola either. Nothing is off limits, and boy do we know how to push each others’ buttons. This was so good. In a food processor, combine the graham crackers, flour, salt, and sugar. You’ll want a few larger chunks, but mostly a sandy texture. Divide warm peaches among bowls and top with whipped cream, raspberries, and graham cracker crumble. Remove thyme sprigs. Heat remaining 2 Tbsp. Heat a medium skillet over medium-high heat. Ad Choices, tablespoons unsalted butter, melted, plus 2 tablespoons room temperature, tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice. Repeat. butter in a large skillet over medium; cook peaches, tossing often, until sugar is dissolved and peaches are soft, about 5 minutes. Preheat oven to 325°. Heat a medium skillet over medium-high heat. 1/3 cup all-purpose flour YOU WERE RIGHT. 2 Tbsp brown sugar 1/4 cup granulated sugar lemon juice in a medium bowl. I won’t share all of them here because he might kill me (if he happens to read this post), but one of my favorites that is relevant to this story is when he says, “You know, it wasn’t actually that hard.” This is almost always in reference to some intricate, fantastic dish he has cooked. https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/35636/graham-cracker-crunch-topping I added a little powered sugar and vanilla to the whipped cream. Top with ¼ cup of yogurt. Cheesecake parfaits are very easy to make. granulated sugar and … 5 graham crackers, broken Serious Crust was inspired by a long summer I spent baking strawberry rhubarb pies - one of my favorite things to make. To revisit this article, select My Account, then View saved stories. Perfect for summer. Transfer to a medium bowl and add melted butter; mix until a few large clumps form. Either cut butter into chunks or use a large-hole cheese grater to grate it into the dry mixture.