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Peggy's no sugar added Peach Shortbread Vegan Kosher

A warm biscuit smothered with plant based butter, and topped with warm, fresh peaches. The best part, this is a no sugar added recipe.

butter covered biscuit in the bottom of a white bowl topped with freshed warmed seasonal peaches
Peggy's Peach Shortbread Remade at my Casa

Wait, what was that trip you went one for, Olivia? It was all to get to Peggy's house. Peggy is my one of my best friends. Peggy is her sister. She is a beautiful woman and a good friend to the Jewish population. Rant Absolutely adores her. She lives in a house on some acreage in Missouri and has a vegetable garden with the most flavorful tomatoes I have ever had. This is her recipe. Straight from the Midwest.


We were supposed to do a video on this when I was there, but there was no time with all the Shabbat preparations. She has given me permission to use her recipe. i was so happy that she did. Its hard to find a low surgar recipe that is both vegan and kosher AND delicious. Of course Peggy puts a tremendous amount of love into what she does. Her's will always be better than mine. Without further ado, I present to you Peggy's Peach Shortbread



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This recipe takes 10 min of prep time, 12 minutes to bake and yields 6 servings


The supplies needed are: measuring spoons, mixing bowl and dough blender or spoon, a round cake pan, and a peeler, knife, cutting board for the peaches. You will need the following ingredients: 1/4 cup vegan butter (1/2 stick), 1 cup non-dairy milk, 2 cups of flour, 1/2 teaspoons baking soda, 1/2 teaspoons baking powder, 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt, 1/2 cup water, 2 peaches.

ngrediant bowls  on a faux wooden tray with three peaches and 1 cup of nondairy milk
Kitchen Round up

STEP 1 Pre heat over to 375 F. Place the butter on the bottom of the bowl, cover with 2 cups of flour. Combine well, mashing the butter into the flour with the spoon (here's where it really helps to have a dough blender.

All the ingridiants uncombined in a metal mixing bowl




Combined batter in a glass pyrex mixing bowl with wooden spoon
Try to see if you can refrain from eating all the biscuit batter before it cooks!

STEP 2 Add the baking soda, baking powder, and salt to the bowl. Combine. Then add the 1 cup of non-dairy milk to your bowl . Combine until batter becomes a slightly thick, but still runny constancy. Place in a round pre greased cake pan. Cook for 12 minutes or until thoroughly done.



peeled peach with green all pourpose peeler on a blue scuffed up cutting board on a kitchen counter.
A good peeler is really essential.

Step 3 While the biscuit is baking, peel and slice the peaches. The slices should be a normal thickness, like the ones found in a can.




Bright yellow peaches seen through a glass top of amedium sized saucepan.
If your peaches are sweet and ripe, there is no need for added sugar.

Step 4 Place your sliced peaches in a medium sized saucepan. Add 1/2 cup of water. Heat on medium heat until all the water has evaporated. At this point, your biscuit will likely be done. Take out of the oven and let cool.



Step 5 Cut the biscuit into 6 slices. Place each slice into a bowl. Butter the top with vegan butter.





Step 6 Place the warm peaches on top. Serve immediately.













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a tabrl set for shabbat with italian dinnerwear, a menorah and resh white table linens.
Peggy's beautiufl shabbat table.

This Shabbat was really very special to me. I got to spend it with friends that felt like family. The food was amazing, everyone shared in the work and contributed something to the table. It was worth all the travel to have this one special night.


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Spiced Maple Whipped Butter

Prep Time 10 Minutes Bake time 12 minutes Makes 6 servings

Ingredients

  • 1/2 Stick (1/4 cup) Plant based Butter

  • 2 Cups flour, sifted

  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda

  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder

  • 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt

  • 3 peaches, 1/2 cup water

Directions


  1. Pre heat over to 375 F. Place the butter on the bottom of the bowl, cover with 2 cups of flour. Combine well, mashing the butter into the flour with the spoon (here's where it really helps to have a dough blender .

  2. Add the baking soda, baking powder, and salt to the bowl. Combine. Then add the 1 cup of non-dairy milk to your bowl . Combine until batter becomes a slightly thick, but still runny constancy. Place in a round pre greased cake pan. Cook for 12 minutes or until thoroughly done.

  3. While the biscuit is baking, peel and slice the peaches. The slices should be a normal thickness, like the ones found in a can.

  4. Place your sliced peaches in a medium sized saucepan. Add 1/2 cup of water. Heat on medium heat until all the water has evaporated. At this point, your biscuit will likely be done. Take out of the oven and let cool.

  5. Cut the biscuit into 6 slices. Place each slice into a bowl. Butter the top with vegan butter.

  6. Place the warm peaches on top. Serve immediately.





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