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Peach Pie Dumpling

August 23, 2011
3 Ratings
  • Serves 6
Author Notes

There is nothing complicated about this little dumpling. Puff pastry lining a muffin cup, one cut up peach per cup, sugar, corn starch and maybe a spoonful of homemade blueberry preserves before wrapping it up. It is pure peach, when you you take a bit. I usually make 6 at a time, but they are gone almost instantly. —MyCommunalTable

What You'll Need
  • 1 sheet, puff pastry, cut into 6 equal squares (approximently 4 1/2 x 4 1/2)
  • 6 peaches, skinned & sliced
  • 3 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons corn starch
  • 6 teaspoons heaping, blueberry preserves, optional
  1. Line each muffin cup with a puff pastry square.
  2. Taste cut peaches. If they are super sweet, cut the sugar. Mix peaches with sugar and cornstarch.
  3. Fill pastry lined cups with peaches piled high.
  4. Dollop a teaspoon of blueberry preserve on top, if desired.
  5. Pull corners of the square up together and twist, then seal.
  6. Place muffin tin on a baking sheet to prevent messing up your oven. Bake in a 400F preheated oven for about 30 minutes. Pull out when pastry is puffed up and golden brown, inside peaches are bubbling up. Cool and enjoy. So hard to wait.

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  • LiveToEat1960
  • inpatskitchen
  • Lizthechef
  • lorigoldsby

23 Reviews

dymnyno August 29, 2011
This is my kind of recipe: pure good ingredients and simple directions with a delicious result.
Lizthechef August 29, 2011
Doesn't it scream "easy dinner party dessert" ?
MyCommunalTable August 29, 2011
Thanks dymnyno
LiveToEat1960 August 28, 2011
Delicious and as cute as can be! Made them Friday night sans preserves and again on Saturday night but that night I threw some raspberries in as well, as I was short on peaches. I think I need to not buy any more puff pastry for awhile. Thanks for posting!
MyCommunalTable August 29, 2011
So glad that it worked out for you. I was just thinking I need to buy some more puff pastry. I have a feeling that I will be making apple dumplings in the fall.
inpatskitchen August 25, 2011
This is soooo cool! Love the whole concept!
MyCommunalTable August 25, 2011
Thanks, inpatskitchen.
Lizthechef August 24, 2011
This is my kind of baking - thumbs up!
MyCommunalTable August 24, 2011
Mine, too. Thanks.
heirloom August 24, 2011
wow! look awesome ! what a nice idea!
MyCommunalTable August 24, 2011
Thanks, heirloom
lorigoldsby August 24, 2011
great idea! love the size of these! did you use the giant (texas) muffin tin?
MyCommunalTable August 24, 2011
I actually used a silicone muffin tray. I think it is basically standard size. Thanks lorigoldsby
lapadia August 24, 2011
Love these, MCT!!
MyCommunalTable August 24, 2011
Thanks, lapadia. You know of my love of things wrapped in dough.
Niknud August 24, 2011
That is so stinking cute it boarders on obnoxious! Oh wait, that's just me being envious of your gorgeous little dumplings......
MyCommunalTable August 24, 2011
Thanks so much for making me giggle and the compliment.
mrslarkin August 24, 2011
oh. my. goodness! i could sell a gazillion of these at the farmers market in ten seconds flat. Well done, MCT!
MyCommunalTable August 24, 2011
Oh, they are gone that fast in my house. I wait to see what seasonal fruit or chocolate something you will use in your version. You will love how easy. Thanks, mrslarkin.
boulangere August 23, 2011
How simple, how beautiful.
MyCommunalTable August 24, 2011
Thanks, boulangere
boulangere August 24, 2011
I hope to test this when it comes up as an EPC.
MyCommunalTable August 24, 2011
How sweet are you? Thanks.