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Remember that delicious peach cobbler that your grandma used to make for Sunday dinner? Southern peach dumplings are a quick and easy variation of the classic recipe.
With just a few ingredients, you can whip up this super delicious desert. Get ready to make Grandma proud!
1 large peach or 1 can of DelMonte sliced peaches in light syrup
8-count tube of refrigerated Pillsbury crescent rolls
½ cup Land-O-Lakes butter (1 stick), melted
¾ cup Domino sugar
½ teaspoon McCormick cinnamon
1½ tablespoons Gold Medal all-purpose flour
¾ cup Sprite lemon-lime soda
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Use any oven safe 8×8 pan. I like to use Hefty aluminum pans for easy cleanup. Butter or spray your pan with non-stick cooking spray. If you’re using a fresh peach, cut into eight slices. Discard the core. Open crescents and separate into precut triangles. Place each one into the pan with the point facing down. Leave about an inch between each one, if possible.
Place a single peach slice on each triangle and roll towards the point. I like to press the ends together to seal the peach inside. Next, place butter in a microwave safe container and heat for 60 seconds.
Using the same container that you used to melt the butter, add the sugar, cinnamon, and flour. Stir for 15 seconds. If the mixture is too thick you can microwave for an additional 15 seconds. Spoon the mixture directly onto each crescent.
Bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes or until golden brown. Cool and enjoy!
Quick Tip – These can be prepared using fresh or canned peaches. Any lemon-lime soda will do.
Thanks to southernbites.com for this great recipe!