Monday, July 27, 2009

Peach Cobbler Trifle

This is a fun little creation. It was the perfect combination of trifle and cobbler. Perfect for summer.

2 sml pkg vanilla instant pudding
1 Cup sour cream
1 1/2 Cup milk
1/2 tsp orange zest
1/2 Cup powdered sugar
2 Cup heavy whipping cream
1 1/2 loaf pound cake
4 C Diced fresh peaches

CRUMB MIXTURE
1 C graham cracker crumbs
3/4 C sugar
1/4 C quick oats
1 tea cinnamon
1/4 tea nutmeg
dash of clove
6 Tbl melted butter
* stir together well and spread on cookie sheet and bake 350 until lightly golden. Remove from oven and let cool.

Cube cake into small bite size squares, set aside.

Whip heavy whipping cream until peaks. In a separate bowl whip milk, pudding and orange zest together until thick, fold in sour cream and once smooth fold in whipping cream.

Wash and slice peaches, stir in 1 Tbl lemon juice and 1+ Tbl sugar to keep them from browning. Set aside.

In Trifle dish layer cake, pudding,crumb mixture, peaches repeating until dish is full. Top with fresh peaches. Chill before serving. Peaches can brown easily so serve within a few hours of chilling.

14 comments:

Tyson and Katie said...

what is orange zest?

Kat Mortensen said...

The finely grated rind of the orange.

MitziB said...

Orange zest is the orange part of the peel of an orange. You can purchase orange zesters at department stores or places like Target, etc. Some zesters peel away the orange part in more of a stringy way; others merely finely grate the orange peel. Just don't get down to the white part (pith). It's bitter!

Julie said...

Yowza, that looks DELICIOUS! Will definitely be trying that this summer.

Lindy321 said...

Orange zest is the colored part of the orange peel. You would use a microplaner to "zest" the orange, but you don't want to get the white part underneath since that is bitter.

Christina said...

Is it when you take an orange and run it along your grater to get the outside skin into little shredds. It has wonderful flavors and oils in it.

Christina said...

Orange zest is the outside of an orange you get when you run it along your graters. It has a great flavor and oils.

Christina said...

Orange zest it the outside of an orange. You take your orange and run it across your grader. It has a good smell and wonderful oils with flavor.

Olive_Honey said...

looks so yummy, I think I know what to do with the basket of peaches I picked up at the farmer's market :)

K.Clark said...

Is there a way to use cooked vanilla pudding instead of instant? All of the instant puddings I've seen have food dye, which my family avoids.

Debra Bradford said...

Can you use frozen or canned peaches?

Debra Bradford said...

Can you use frozen of canned peaches?

Molly Klumb said...

Can you post an attachement or background to your recipe? It looks delicous, but I can't read it! Thanks!

Natalie Helton said...

Oh my goodness!!! This was soooo good!!! You didn't show a use for the powdered sugar, but I assumed it was to be used with the whipping cream to make the peaks. Thank you so much for sharing! it was a huge hit!!