Caramelized Peach Pull-Apart Bread

Caramelized Peach Pull-Apart Bread
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Last week, my 8-year-old son walked into the house carrying a large box, exclaiming, “Mom, I found this at the front door!” Seeing the surprise and glee that immediately swept over me, he smiled and tried to pass the heavy box to me in a cute, cumbersome, 3rd-grader type of way and asked, “What is it?”

“Fruit!” I replied, spying the unmistakable branding on the box that makes me feel right at homeFamily Tree Farms. Suddenly, I am transported back to the Kings River in Central California – to jet skis and barbecues, to families and friends gathered, and fruit trees exploding with the absolute most delectable fruit imaginable.

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Kings River, California – Summer 2009

This box of fruit from my farmer friends nearly brought me to tears. Those happy, nostalgic, feeling-completely-loved-and-not-forgotten-after-moving-far-far-away-to-Alaska sorts of tears. Inside the box was two flats of a brand new, fragrant, sweet variety of yellow saturn peaches called “Peach Pie” – just for me to try and play around with in my kitchen.

And play I did!

This is a summer version of my extremely popular Caramel Apple Pull-Apart Bread. The original recipe was the 3rd most popular recipe on Alaska from Scratch in 2012. I truly hope you love this peach version as much, if not more! For step-by-step photos on assembling this bread, click here.


Big thanks to Family Tree Farms for the beautiful peaches! Stay tuned for another recipe featuring their peaches on Friday. Check out this awesome video highlighting the Peach Pie variety (plus a quick, fun recipe) from Family Tree Farms.

11 comments
katesatsb
katesatsb

Wow, my family goes to the Kings River as well!!! What a glorious place, I grew up waterskiing on that river every late June.  thanks for this recipe, looks delish!

teylix
teylix

ugh this was good. unfortunately mine rose too much and overflowed a little bit :P which was good news for me because i got to eat the extra part.. bad news for me was that i made the loaf for my mom and sent it off...


but the scrapings i had was so good.. i need to make it again for myself.

angiesrecipes
angiesrecipes

My mouth is watering!! I have to bake this ASAP!

Stine
Stine

I am making this tonight - I am hoping I do them justice. I have never worked with any yeast before... hope it all works AND that they turn out as beautifully & TASTE as amazing as your look. NOM!  


caitlinatplumful
caitlinatplumful

This looks amazing! I live in the UK, and sometimes it can be an absolute nightmare to get your hands on some juicy, sweet peaches. They usually would be more suitable as a cricket ball than as dessert! Would some less-than-ripe peaches still work well in this recipe? It looks perfect for a summer brunch!

The Pancake Princess
The Pancake Princess

Yum!!!! I was saving my peaches to make pie but this looks incredibly amazing!!! Ugh. You might have convinced me to give up my pie plans...

The Well Floured Kitchen
The Well Floured Kitchen

This looks incredible, and I know my kids will love it.  I think the strips of dough are very unique, I usually only see pull apart bread in chunks.  Pinning to try asap!

EmmaHarris1
EmmaHarris1

@caitlinatplumful  you could probably use tin peaches in their natural juice, just try and try them off a bit so it doesn't make your loaf too soggy


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