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I’m putting grandma’s canned peaches to good use in this delicious recipe!
Every year, my grandmother cans her own peaches. She puts up quart after quart of the yummy fruit in her basement cellar and gives me a bunch to take home. You see, grandma lives in Michigan and I live in Pennsylvania so whenever I go to visit she sends me home with her canned goods. I adore this! Who wouldn’t want to eat grandma’s canned peaches during the winter months?
When I came across this delightful no-bake peach cheesecake recipe on the Making Memories With Your Kids blog I just knew I had to make it for myself using my granny’s beloved preserved peaches.
Are you curious as to how to make this yummy recipe? If so, and I know you are, flip on over to the next page for the ingredients and instructions. Enjoy!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Making Memories With Your Kids.
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Quick Tip: This dessert is perfect for a church potluck or family gathering.