Fourth of July is just around the corner!
And with that comes the need for some really delicious desserts! I mean, the burgers and hot dogs are certainly important, too but c’mon dessertsssssss…..
Sure, you can go the apple pie route. That’s classic. I”m not telling you not to make it… but how about we add a new pie to the mix this year?
This summer pie is fresh, light, and delicious. It has a delicious cinnamon sugary crumbly topping that is (probably) the best part! You can go the homemade pie crust (go, you!) or keep it simple and buy a crust. Whichever you decide to use, it is positively amazing! Any idea what kind of pie I’m talking about? (pretend you didn’t read the title! haha) You guessed it!
Peach Crumble Pie!
This is a family favorite! You can top it with some whipped cream to make it even lighter and cooler for the summer heat, but know that it is amazing just as it is. You can certainly enjoy this cooled down, but you’re going to have a hard time restraining yourself from taking a slice right out of the oven!
This is a simple, easy to make pie, using fresh peaches, but you can certainly used canned if that’s what you’ve got!
A quick tip on oven temps: since we all have differently powered ovens, 30 minutes in mine might be different than 30 minutes in yours! Keep an eye on it and if it begins to brown too much, cover it with some aluminum foil so the top doesn’t burn. 🙂
OH! And if you want to make a double batch of crumble, I won’t judge. Pile it on! Yummm.
Peach Crumble Pie
- 1 9 inch pie crust or a homemade pie crust
- 5 large peaches sliced and peeled
- 1/2 cup melted butter
- 3/4 cup white sugar
- 3/4 cup brown sugar
- 1 cup flour
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1/4 teaspoon ginger
- 2 pinches salt
- 1 Tablespoon cornstarch
- Preheat the oven to 375 and line a baking sheet with aluminum foil (to place your pie on and catch any syrup spills). Make pie crust or open your store-bought one and press into 9 inch pie plate.
- In a large bowl, whisk together both sugars, flour, salt, cinnamon and ginger. Add melted butter and stir with a wooden spoon until it has come together.
- In a separate bowl, toss the peaches with cornstarch and around 3/4 of the mixture you previously prepared. Pour into pie crust.
- Crumble the rest of the mixture and place on top of the pie. Use it all (and maybe even some more if you want it extra crumbly!
- Place the pie on baking sheet and bake for 40-50 minutes or until filling is bubbly and the top is golden brown.
You might want to make these for your Fourth celebration as well!
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61 thoughts on “Peach Crumble Pie”
Yummy, yummy, my stomach sings
I bake from time to time myself. This looks so amazing. Think I’m going to try it.
Hope you enjoy it!
This looks absolutely amazing! I’ve actually never tried peach pie but I feel like with a scoop of vanilla ice cream (or even by itself) this would be heaven! Thanks for sharing your great recipe!
yesss, vanilla ice cream makes it wonderful!
I love that we can easily print the recipe. This looks wonderful.
Glad it will be easy for you to make 🙂
Looks amazing! Peach pie has always been my favorite, especially in the summer!
Yess, so good! Especially with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top!
That crumble on top looks amazing. I could eat a whole pie full of just the crumble 🙂
hahaha, I will admit I have to restrain myself from picking all the crumble off the top 😉
I have been on such a pie kick recently and this looks absolutely delicious! I can’t wait to make it
You’re going to love it!! Let me know how it goes 🙂
This has made me hungry. It looks amazing and I can’t wait to give it a go!
haha it’s so delish! Enjoy it! 🙂
This looks delicious! I’ll be giving it a try soon. Thanks for posting the recipe!
Hope you enjoy it!! 🙂
This looks delicious!! I’m not usually one to make crumbles or pies. I’ll definitely have to try this one 🙂
Yes! Give it a try. With some vanilla ice cream on top…yummm!
This looks delicious but I don’t think I could pull it off. I’ll pass this to my sister, the baker in the family 🙂
hahaha it’s a very forgiving pie… the crumble disguises any first time baker’s mistakes 😉
I have some overripe peaches in the fridge and this looks like a perfect idea to use them! Like how easy the recipe is, thanks for sharing!
Awesome! It also works great when you freeze peaches when they’re in season so you can use them year round 🙂 Enjoy!
What a delicious-looking recipe! I have to try it some time!
Enjoy it! 🙂
I recently tried a peach pie myself and it was fail! Taking notes! This one looks awesome 🙂
This one is pretty delish! And very forgiving for someone who doesn’t bake much… tastes amazing no matter what! Enjoy!
Que Rico! I love a fruity pie in the late summer. Post fourth of July is when all those peaches and cherries are overflowing. Time to bake a pie! I know you love baking, have you ever seen that old show “Pushing Daisys?”
No, I haven’t seen it! I will have to look it up 🙂
I would put vanilla ice cream all over this and eat it all in one sitting!
hahaha, yesss! So good!
I too love the crumble top the most! But you need delicious fillings too, and a peach pie is so yummy! Everything looks amazing.
Yesss, agreed! And fresh peaches are an amazing filling!
Oh my! I will definitely be trying this!
Nothing beats good, fresh peaches. I’m seeing tons of them at the farmers market right now and have brought home several bushels 🙂 This pie recipe looks scrumptious and a great way to enjoy some!
ahh I wish I had a farmer’s market nearby so I can pick up some fresh fruit and veggies! Enjoy!
I love the aroma of fresh peaches. When I was a child, my aunt had an orchard. We would pick peaches every summer. This is the perfect and delicious way to showcase them. Love wonderful rustic desserts. Would be great with some ice cream. Perfect for BBQ parties.
That is so amazing! I wish I lived someplace like that. Hope you are able to make the pie and enjoy it 🙂
I’ll be that disappeared in a flash! It looks absolutely delicious. I’m not a confident pie maker yet but always on the look out for gorgeous recipes like this to try.
hahaha, well this is a great pie for someone like you then! The crumble is forgiving so it hides any mistakes 😉
Peach pie is my favorite, love the crumble on top.,
Yess, the crumble is delish!!! 🙂
This looks so inviting. The crumble topping looks perfect and I bet the cinnamon and ginger added a pleasant flavour.
I love pies with a cinnamon crumble! It makes such a sweet flavor!
Yum yum, I need some of this right now! You’ve made me really hungry. That crumble top is so pretty.
Yes, the crumble is a great addition! 😉
I love this pie! Pie crust and crumble. I also love that it only requires a bottom crust. I love desserts like this. I just bought frozen peaches yesterday, would they work? I’d love to make this and double the crumb 🙂
yess! I so enjoy a crumble pie more than a double crust pie! I do believe frozen will work as well! 🙂
I love fruit crumble but I’ve never made it as a pie or with peaches! Def need to try this!
Yum! Any crumble pie is delish!
Peaches are my absolute favorite fruit, this pie looks amazing and what a fun adventure.
Yes! Peaches are so delish! Buy and freeze some to make this pie in future months 🙂
Peaches are awesome! I am sure the way this pie is looking it will last a minute on my dinning table. We will devour it in a jiffy 🙂
haha yes, it always goes pretty quickly…especially with some ice cream 😉
I absolutely love crumble on pies! This recipe is definitely a hit.
yes!! I always make extra crumble for my pies 😉
I have never made a peach crumble pie before. Always been afraid at the outcome. The pie looks great! Looks very tasty.
This one is so forgiving! You should give it a try 🙂
This is in the oven right now! I just made a zucchini banana bread right before, with a streusel top. I had leftover of that so I mixed that with the peaches and saved ALL of the crumb mixture for the top! I’m so excited!