Peach Dumplings

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Peach DumplingsIt’s peach season in my neck of the woods and I’ve been dying to give these a try!  Last fall when I was making some of my Apple Dumplings, I thought, “Hey, these would be good with peaches, too!”  Since then, I’ve been anxiously awaiting the arrival of some beautiful, sweet peaches to give it a try.  And I’ll admit, these babies are pretty dang good.  In fact, I might just like them even better than the apple version.  There’s just something weird about the way all these ingredients work so well together, but it’s amazing.  It’s a quick and easy way to get a delicious dessert on the table in less than 1 hour.  They are dynamite when served warm alongside some vanilla ice cream or fresh whipped cream.  Y’all enjoy!  Peach Dumplings 2Peach Dumplings Pinterest

Peach Dumplings
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Serves: 8 dumplings
  • 1 large peach
  • 1 (8-ounce) 8-count tube of refrigerated crescent rolls
  • ½ cup butter (1 stick), melted
  • ¾ cup sugar
  • ½ teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1½ tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • ¾ cup lemon-lime soda
  1. Preheat the oven to 350°F and lightly spray an 8x8 inch glass baking dish with nonstick cooking spray. Peel and slice the peach into eight wedges, discarding the pit.
  2. Open the can of crescent rolls and unroll them. Place one peach slice on the wide end of one crescent and roll it up in the crescent. Place them in the baking dish. Continue with other rolls.
  3. In a small bowl combine the melted butter, sugar, cinnamon, and flour and mix until just combined. Spoon the mixture over each crescent.
  4. Pour the lemon-lime soda into the empty spaces between the dumplings being cautious not to pour it on top of the dumplings. Bake for 35 to 40 minutes or until crescents are golden brown. Serve warm with fresh whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.

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  1. Just wanted to know if you use all-purpose flour or self-rising flour in the peach dumplings? Or does it matter? Thank you.

  2. Sheelagh says:

    Question: Is there anything I can use besides lemon-lime soda?

    • You can use any time of clear soda, like ginger ale. Are you talking about something other than soda in general?

      • Sheelagh says:

        Thanks, Stacey! To answer your question: I may choose to make these on the fly, and I don’t usually keep any kind of soda in the house. I’ll just get a few cans to keep in stock here. Also – I’ve only been a subscriber for several weeks, and I love receiving your e-mail newsletters. I’m a Yankee transplant to the South and I’m deeply in love with Southern ways and food. Again, many, many thanks for being you.

        • We’re so glad to have you – here on the blog and down South! So glad you’re loving it and I’m just tickled you are enjoying the blog and newsletter. In a pinch, I’m sure a few tablespoons of sugar dissolved in the same amount of water would do fine. 🙂 Please let me know if I can ever help with anything or answer any questions.

  3. Sharyl D. Connor says:

    Can you use can peaches. Thank you very much.

  4. I just made these and they are absolutely delicious and very easy to make. I will definitely make these again. I think I’ll double the batch. Also, these peach dumplings go very well with butter pecan ice cream.

  5. Tried this recipe last weekend, and it was delish and super easy. I prepared exactly as written and I can’t wait to prepare it again using different types of fruit!

  6. I can’t wait to try this recipe on my parents this weekend! Question though….What does the soda do for the dumplings? Can this be an optional ingredient?

  7. Once I saw your post I went to the store to buy the needed ingredients. I got very excited because mine came out looking like yours…. I was a little disappointed though because it was too sweet. I think next time I make this, I’ll add a little lemon juice just to break that sweetness up.
    BTW I love your blog, I feel as if I am gaining weight as I look through your photos!!

    • I’ve not heard that before about it being too sweet. I guess all our tastes are different. I’m glad you’re finding lots of things you enjoy, though!

  8. Vanessa Butcher Johnson says:

    I am going to try this recipe, if I use can peaches do I drain the juice?

  9. Sharon Thornton says:

    I can’t believe I’m just now seeing this recipe! I guess I’ll be making a stop at the grocery store on my way home from work! Can’t wait to try it!

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