Fresh Peaches With Unwhipped Heavy Cream

Updated on July 28, 2019

Fresh Peaches With Unwhipped Heavy Cream

Many people like to take heavy cream (also called heavy whipping cream) and whip it up to make a light and airy topping for fruit and desserts. Other people like to cook heavy cream with vanilla. My hubby, however, just wanted the straight heavy cream poured directly over his peaches. He sprinkled a little bit of sugar and cinnamon on top, just to sweeten and spice them up, and then he ate them.

Ingredients

  • 5 peaches, ripened and sliced
  • 1 pint heavy cream (also called heavy whipping cream)
  • 1 teaspoon white sugar, or ham spice if you have it
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

Instructions

  1. Place peach slices in a bowl.
  2. Pour heavy cream over the fruit.
  3. Top with cinnamon and sugar.

Buying Peaches

In our supermarket, I often find that the peaches are not yet ripe. In order to ripen them, we leave them in the produce bag, open up the bag a little bit, and let the fruit "air" for a few days. As they sit at room temperature, they get softer and softer.

Once they are squishy to the poke, I peel them (this is the way my hubby likes them). Since each fruit contains a pit, I cut to the pit and then push it off sideways. After removing the pit, I typically end up with about ten to twelve wedges of fruit. I place the wedges in a bowl with a lid in the refrigerator, and then they are easily accessible for later.

Peaches are furry, not to be confused with nectarines, which are smooth. Once ripe, they are ready to eat. We like to peel them, but other people don't.
Peaches are furry, not to be confused with nectarines, which are smooth. Once ripe, they are ready to eat. We like to peel them, but other people don't.
Open bag and let them air for a few days until they are soft when poked.
Open bag and let them air for a few days until they are soft when poked.
Cut around pit and separate the wedges from the pit. Discard the pit.
Cut around pit and separate the wedges from the pit. Discard the pit.
Ready for cream.
Ready for cream.
Heavy whipping cream.
Heavy whipping cream.

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