I have a question about the ingredient "cinnamon" on the recipe "Farmer's Market Peach Crumb Pie" from ashley_samuel_pierson.
Isn't 1\4 cup an awful lot of cinnamon? Also, how come so much sugar?
So... from baking a lot and glancing at other measurements, I'm going to assume it was a mistaken click. That should be 1/4 teaspoon, not 1/4 cup.
Yes, that is what I figured, BUT proofreading a recipe before posting is important.
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I just looked over the recipe and noticed it calls for 3 1/4 cups of sugar which is a huge amount of sugar for 5 peaches. Maybe Ashley will see this and make adjustments its possible she meant 3/4 cup sugar and we know its 1/4 tsp cinammon.
Yes, it was just clicked on wrong, I made the corrections. Yes, I did proofread, but it still was missed. Sometimes it's just one of those days! Sorry about the mistake.
Thanks for the input!!
It happens to all of us, I left the main ingredient out of the list of ingredients and proof read the recipe multiple times. The pie sounds absolutely delicious!
That honestly makes me feel much better! Have a great night, and again, thanks for the kind words!!
Hi ashley_samuel_pierson, While I was asking ingredient questions, my husband was actually baking the pie. He made the crust using his favorite recipe, he is the pie baker in the house, but made your peach filling and topping. The pie is delicious.
I am so glad you enjoyed it!
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