Cinnamon Grilled Peaches with Sour Cream are the perfect wake-up call just waiting to sweeten up your morning. When you really don’t want to stare at yet another bland bowl of cereal or boring slice of toast, start your day with these creamy summer flavours instead.
Haha, why did we think life would get simpler when we got home?
Busy busy busy. That’s how life is feeling right now. But in very good ways.
There’ve been awesome catch ups with friends and family, furniture shopping and of course, obligatory hotdogs at Ikea (because sometimes there are times when a hotdog is just necessary… amirite?)
On top of all that are the seemingly endless decisions to make as we get ready to move into our new (old) place.
Yep, exciting news! As of tonight we’ll have the keys to our rental place back.
It’s funny, every time thoughts of home popped into our heads while we were away, we both found ourselves thinking of the home we’d just left. Despite having the chance to move closer to the city, or even out into the countryside, we couldn’t get our little suburban home out of our heads.
Plus, thankfully, I think we’d made a good impression on our landlord, which always helps.
It’s just turned Autumn here in Adelaide, but we’ve still got some amazingly good stone fruits to munch through before Winter rears its chilli head.
I’m pretty sure every time we look at peaches now we think of sizzling them in butter and eating them with a dollop of sour cream and a subtle sprinkling of cinnamon. Mm mmm.
This recipe comes to you all the way from Aachen, Germany, where we actually learned it from a friend from Adelaide who was working there as an au pair. So we really don’t know where this recipe calls home. If you do, let us know please!
Cinnamon Grilled Peaches with Sour Cream
Cinnamon Grilled Peaches with Sour Cream are a ridiculously delicious way to start the day.
First up they’re slowly cooked in butter over a low heat for the best flavour. It doesn’t take long before they’re transformed into soft, sweet, and slightly caramelised deliciousness.
We recommend setting them to cook away while you’re brewing up a fresh cup of coffee (and while you do, we’ll have a café latte please, thanks!)
Once the peaches have softened the last step is to top them with that dollop (or two, don’t be shy) of sour cream and a dusting of cinnamon, which helps to balance the incredible sweetness of the cooked peaches.
What’s your favourite breakfast treat? What do you turn to when the cereal runs out and you’ve burnt your last piece of toast?
- 3 peaches halved
- 2 tbsp butter
- 100 g sour cream
- Cinnamon to taste
- Heat the butter in a fry pan over low heat. Place the peaches in the pan flat side down and slowly cook until the peaches start to soften. Flip, and continue to cook until softened through.
- Remove from the pan and place in serving bowls.
- Top with sour cream and sprinkle with cinnamon.
P.S. Can someone please remind us we need to set up our utilities! It won’t be much fun to move into a house with no lights! 😛