If you like peaches, this recipe will be too good for you to pass by. I suppose that sounds arrogant, but it’s not because I feel that I’ve created a great recipe… it’s because the recipe simply brings out the natural flavor of a ripe peach.

It’s a perfectly light dessert. It’s so guilt free that you could feed it to your kids for breakfast and know you’re actually doing them a favor!

If you’re the kind of person that loves to have a peach so ripe that the juice can’t help but run down your chin, this recipe is for you. Trust me :)

Peach Cranberry Pie with an Almond Crust

Ingredients:

1/2 cup water
1/2 cup almond milk
1 envelope unflavored gelatin
2 large peaches (or nectarines)
1 tbs unsweetened dried cranberries
2 tbs honey (if needed, depends on the sweetness of the peaches)
1/4 tsp vanilla
Slivered almonds for ‘crust’

Instructions:

This pie is delightfully easy! In a medium saucepan, combine the water and almond milk with the unflavored gelatin. Once the gelatin has dissolved into the liquid, turn the burner on medium and watch the mixture. Leave it be until it starts to slowly simmer.

While you’re waiting for the mixture to reach a simmering level, wash and pit the peaches. Use a food processor or similar chopper to coarsely puree the peaches. Add the peaches, cranberries, honey, and vanilla extract to the simmering gelatin mixture.

Once it’s simmering, mix continually for about ten minutes and then remove it from the burner.

Lightly wet down a regular sized pie pan. In it lay the slivered almonds to fully cover both the bottom and the sides (wetting it down helps the pieces stick to the sides and not slide off). Slowly pour the filling into the pan (if you pour fast you’ll dislodge the almond slivers, so patience truly is a virtue here). I also laid some additional almond slivers along the edge of the top of the pie, purely for my own amusement. Carefully move the pie to the fridge and chill over night. Serve chilled the next day.

I actually took this pie and shared it with some of my classmates. Unless someone held their thoughts back, it got anonymously rave reviews! I personally love it, it’s naturally sweet and the peaches blended nicely with the almonds.

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This recipe is linked to My Meatless Mondays, Just Another Meatless Monday, and Mouthwatering Mondays, Tempt My Tummy Tuesday, Tuesday Twister, Tuesday at the Table, Slightly Indulgent Tuesday, Delicious Dishes, Tasty Tuesday, Real Food WednesdayGluten Free Wednesday, Pennywise Platter, Friday Favorites, Foodie Friday, Vegetarian Foodie Friday, Fight Back Friday, The Grocery Cart Challenge Recipe Swap, and Food on Fridays, Momtrends Recipe Swap, and Wholesome Whole Foods.

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22 Responses to Peach Cranberry Pie with an Almond Crust

  1. Stephanie says:

    This looks fantastic! I just used up the last of my peaches making a peach crisp, but I’m saving this recipe to try sometime for sure!

  2. That is one beautiful pie, Aubree! I love the super simple almond crust, especially with the slivered almonds along the edge. :-)

    Shirley

  3. I like the sound of this, the ‘crust’ is a great idea!

  4. Wow, this is pretty genius! Looks fabulous.

  5. Alea says:

    First, how did you know I let my kids eat pie for breakfast???

    You have come up with several great crusts, but this one just may be my favorite. Monday is dessert night at our house, so I will be trying this very soon!

  6. Linda says:

    It seems like I’m seeing almonds everywhere! I do enjoy them, though, and peaches too. So I’m sure this tastes great.

  7. Chaya says:

    I am getting repetitious. You are one creative dudette.

    Peaches are a favorite in my house so this is one, I don’t have to sell. I think, I would have to hide it. Where do you hide a peach pie?

    Thanks for linking this fab recipe to My Meatless Mondays I wait,each week, to see what you are sharing. No pressure…..

  8. Bethany says:

    Wow I might daughter would jump at that pie…found you on Mouthwatering Mondays!!! Love your blog!!!!

  9. Texasholly says:

    YUM! I think you should flaunt it when you have it…that does look delicious! hahaha.

  10. Peaches and almonds are wonderful together – and I love how you have accented them with the cranberry – what a great recipe!

  11. Miz Helen says:

    Just stopping by from Amy’s Blog. Your pie looks soooooo good! I am going to try it. Thank you…

  12. Katie Riddle says:

    Beautiful, whole, real, and delicious, my favorite combo! :)

  13. Brittany says:

    Hi there I saw this on Sweet and Savoury’s Meatless Monday post, and it looked fabulous. Had to pop over and check it out…

  14. Revel says:

    This looks heavenly! I’m allergic to peaches but may try making this using pears.

  15. Brian says:

    This looks pretty tasty! I don’t cook with peaches often enough. I think I need to change that. Thanks for the recipe.

  16. Shel says:

    This looks gorgeous..I am definately going to give it a try.
    Shel

  17. I love that you used almonds for the crust! What a great idea =). This really looks beautiful!

  18. Ann Kroeker says:

    What an unusual and beautiful dessert! Thanks for linking up to Food on Fridays so we can see your artwork. It almost seems like I’ve sampled it with the great photos!

  19. Melodie says:

    This is a unique recipe! Delicious looking too! Sorry I am so late in commenting this week, but belated thanks for linking at Vegetarian Foodie Fridays!

  20. Jerri says:

    This sounds like a wonderful treat for fall. Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites!

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