As a dedicated lover of sweet desserts, my mouth couldn’t help but water as I leafed through Fredericksburg Flavors: Recipes from the Heart of the Texas Hill Country by Case D. Fischer and Mark Wieser. With so many scrumptious options, I couldn’t help but dash straight to the kitchen when I came across the recipe for Fredericksburg’s Golden Peach Pie. Since I’ve discovered that I could make a mean pie, I’ve hoarded only the most delicious pie recipes I could find—and the Fredericksburg Golden Peach Pie fits the bill! Just remember that peach season is almost over, this is the last opportunity to get your hands on those summer peaches and start baking before it’s too late!
Fredericksburg Golden Peach Pie:
3 cups Fischer & Wieser Fredericksburg Golden Peach Pie Filling
2 (9 inch) ready-made frozen piecrusts
Preheat oven to 400° F. Remove crusts from freezer. Fill bottom crust with the Golden Peach Pie Filling and loosen edge of crust from pan. Remove second crust pan. Invert and thaw 10-20 minutes until flat. Moisten edges of bottom crust with water. Place top of crust over filling. Tuck edge of top crust under edge of bottom crust. Crimp to seal, and cut slits in top crust to allow steam to escape during baking. To prevent edges from burning, place foil around outside edge of crust. Bake on cookie sheet near center of oven for 35-45 minutes or until filling is done and crust is golden brown. Make 6-8 servings.
Fischer and Wieser’s popularity soared with this pie, so it comes as no surprise that I was swept away by the mouth-watering sweetness that takes little effort to make. For more wonderful desserts (and other dishes too) pick up a copy of Fischer & Wieser’s Fredericksburg Flavors and throw on your apron!
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