Each August I look forward to the end of the month because that means peach season. It also means making yummy peach recipes like these raspberry peach cobbler bars.
My family loves peaches. I love to get peaches from Brigham City, Utah. This city is well known for their peaches. In the past, I have driven to Brigham City to get peaches and then eat at Maddox while up there. It is a couple hours from my home.
Well last year, I discovered that I could get Brigham City peaches at my local farmer’s market for the same price which saves me time and gas. I must admit though it is a bit sad not getting to eat at Maddox and having a slice of their peach pie!
I really was wanting some peaches a few weeks ago. They didn’t have boxes of Brigham City peaches at the market. I had to have a box because we love peaches that much. They did however have a farm from American Fork there that had boxes. So I decided stray from the usual Brigham City peaches and give them a try. They were delicious!
We love to eat them sliced with a little sugar and milk. My daughter calls it peach cereal. However, when you buy a whole box of peaches you must use them in other ways. I tried a few recipes with them of course. One I am sharing today and I have another one for you tomorrow!
The recipe today not only uses peaches but includes raspberries too. I great combination in my book. You could always use blackberries in place of the raspberries if needed.
This recipe was absolutely delicious! I left the bars as is for the photo so you could really see them, but I highly recommend you eat it warm with some vanilla ice cream. Some sweetened whipped cream would also be a great addition, but I personally love the ice cream.Print
Recipe adapted from Good Things Utah.