I’ve never been much of a cook. At all.
Until recently. I’ve suddenly tapped into this whole healthy eating thing, knowing where my food comes from, etc. and it’s made me incredibly interested in cooking. I’ve spent the better part of my adult life with a strong preference to eating out or at least having someone else cook for me. I simply thought cooking was dull and that I was just too busy for the task.
Until recently when I had my aha moment. Get creative in the kitchen. Why not? Do what I want. Not follow a recipe per say but make it up as I go. Creativity is something I’m into so if I can pull it off in the kitchen, I’m in. I’m still focusing on simple recipes yet they’re totally interesting and tasty in my opinion. I’m not onto, say, making dough from scratch or anything like that. But I’m trying to keep it as healthy as possible.
But don’t worry, I’m not ready to jump ship from vintage and furniture into food blogging here. However, when I reviewed the pics I took last week, I realized there were many more food photos than any of vintage treasures and furniture. So without further adieu, I share with you my nearly famous Summer Peachza recipe.
Yes, it’s a Peachza!
This is so easy to make and my favorite dish of the moment. Peaches are abundant this time of year. I seriously can’t get enough of their juicy flavor. We’ve had peach smoothies, peach sangria, warm peaches and ice cream and now Peachza.
To get started, take two peaches and cut them into thin slices.
On a cookie sheet or pizza stone, roll out your secret ingredient…are you ready for it?
Crescent rolls. Pop open a can of crescent rolls and arrange them in your best circle. Don’t worry if the edges aren’t perfectly touching as they’ll bake together.
Now arrange your peach slices on the pie sprinkling with blue cheese and rosemary as you go. I also opted to drizzle some honey on top – can’t get enough of that. Fold the edges up a little to create a crust. You’re ready to bake your Peachza pie.
Follow the instructions on the crescent roll package.
Boom. You have 8 servings of Peachza in about 20 minutes.
Enjoy! This is a perfect for a late summer soiree appetizer or lunch.
Now if anyone has an alternative to crescent rolls, I am all ears! I haven’t been able to find a pre-made whole grain crescent roll at the very least. Maybe I will have to venture into dough making after all…
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