Peach Crumble Pie Recipe – Juicy & Fresh With Peaches

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This delicious peach crumble pie is definitely worth a try. It will give you fresh and mouth-watering sensation to your appetite.

Details of Peach Crumble Pie Recipe Video

Uploader: Laura in the Kitchen

Title: Peach Crumble Pie | Episode 1093

Duration: 07:30

Tags: peach crumble pie, pie, peaches, recipe


Hi, guys, I'm Laura Vitale. On this episode of Laura in the kitchen I'm taking advantage of those gorgeous peaches that are still available to us. I'm going to show you what I like to call a peach crumble pie.

So what happened was I really like peach crumble like peach crisp I really like peach pie. I like that pie crust underneath that soaks up all the peachy juices. So combine the two peaches crumble pie fabulous delicious minimal basic ingredients.

But when you're using peaches that are in season that are fresh that are beautiful like does it get better than that I think not. Let's go over the list of ingredients.

Making Pie Fillings

You will need lots of peaches you want to make sure your peaches are firm so that you can slice them and chop them but not so hard that they have no flavor. You also need flour. What I have here is some vanilla sugar if you don't wanna use vanilla sugar use granulated sugar.

Two drop a vanilla extract then for the topping you'll need flour brown sugar cinnamon salt the oats and some butter. This is actually gonna be for the filling and you'll need some pie crust. This is just a standard 9-inch pie crust.

You can buy it at the grocery store which I very often do this was store-bought or you can make a ton of them in advance if you want to. I have not been that smart the summer so I haven't had time to do that.

But I have a great recipe a standard pie crust recipe on my website that I've been using for years and years and I love. So that's my recommendation to you and it's just in a greased 9-inch pie plate. I've got my oven preheated to 350 and we are ready to rock and roll.


Now to my peaches I need to add the flour and my sugar. Now I don't like to add too much sugar because when you're using something in this season it's naturally going to be really sweet and wonderful.

I don't like to add a whole cup of sugar I like to add about 2/3 of a cup and I find it to be perfect but taste your peaches. If you feel like they don't have enough flavor or they're not sweet enough then, by all means, go ahead.

Add a cup sugar flour lemon peaches because you want the flavor of the peaches to really come through and it looks like there's a lot of flour but there really isn't. You do need it because the peaches are going to leach out a lot of their own juices.

You don't want everything to be a really soggy mess otherwise your pie will never hold together. Step one done, step two I've got my flour a very small pinch of cinnamon.


You can also use that bag I love that because it's also reminiscent of a peach cobbler. A little bit of salt and I mix these all together I don't have to do a crazy amazing job. I'm going to add my cold butter and then this is a pastry cutter.

If you don't have one, invest in one through inexpensive. If you make a lot of crumb toppings and things like that this comes in handy if you don't have it just use a fork. It's just more time consuming and I'm impatient I need to get this in the oven and all I'm going to do is just kind of break the butter up into small pieces.

Kind of to resemble the size of peas so that it's distributed well throughout the flower. You can see when it when it collects on top of that like that you just take a spoon or a knife or whatever you have.

Just brush it off and you continue to do that until the butter is to your desired shape or size. Give this a stir and now set this aside to your pie crust just fill it with this gorgeous mixture of peaches.


You can see I've chopped the peaches but I haven't chopped them up so much so that you can't even tell what they are. I still like them a nice large chunk so I would say about an inch or so maybe a little bit bigger. I just carefully peel all of them.

This was about eight peaches to get a total of a little over six cups and then just take them and cut them into thick slices. Then cut the slices in half that's all it's really easy and simple. Just pile that beauty in your pie crust like I mean how gorgeous is that I just wanted a picture of that because it's so fabulous.

Then just top it we're doing a crumble and that is it just cover it with your crumble or crisp. Make sure whichever you call it, I'm just going to pop this on a baking sheet so it makes it easier to get in and out of the oven.


I basically peel them with a knife if they're hard enough you know third right at the right texture. You can peel them with a knife without having to blanch them. But if you find that you're having a hard time peeling them just drop take a peach score at the very bottom with a sharp knife drop them into some boiling water for 30 seconds.

Then plunge them into the ice bath to stop them from cooking further in. The peel will just come right off we've known each other.


This goes in at 350 for around an hour and then I need to cool for several hours before we dig in. Which is going to be like the most like the crucial part for the pie because it needs to set. But the most torching part for me, because I'm gonna, have to smell it and look at it.

It can't eat it my pie bakes for about an hour and I've let it cool for about two and a half or three hours. You want to make sure it's pretty much fully cooled otherwise it's not going to set. Because when you bring this out of the oven all those peachy juices are bubbling and they're so yummy but they do need time to set.


I can no longer wait because it has just been torturing me I'm going to cut a piece of this. I know I should let it cool just a little bit longer. Because I can tell it's still warm but that is okay. We live dangerously around here yes that is like a bit off that is fantastic.

You do want this to cool a little bit further obviously. But as you can see it's gorgeous you've got your beautiful crumb topping, your peaches are just juicy, your pie crust is perfectly cooked. It's absorbed all those beautiful peachy I keep saying peachy because that's what it is.

Now such good flavor you need a good scoop of vanilla ice cream and this would be absolute perfection. Go to Laura in the kitchen come to get the written recipe. I hope you enjoy spending time with me, do not hesitate to hurry up. Make this peach crumble pie this weekend because it is everything. See you next time.