Sunday, March 1, 2015

PEACH CRUMB SLAB PIE

Slab Pie Recipe  @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com


Peach Crumb Slab Pie is a fun way to serve pie like a bar.  The crust is rolled  to fit a rimmed jelly roll pan and shaped into a rectangle instead of round.

You can experiment with other fruits that are available throughout the year.  If using fresh fruits add juice of one lemon to avoid browning but now I used canned peaches that have been drained well.

We are not adding much sugar to the filling since the peaches are already sweetened.  Adding sugar to the crust as well but this is entirely up to your preference.

Don't worry if your crust tears while you're rolling it out, just patch it back together. You'll know it's good when you press the dough into ball shape.  If it is overly dry, add one tablespoon of ice water at a time.  At this point, you  can cover and refrigerate it.

PEACH CRUMB SLAB PIE
Yield   :  12-16 servings depending on size

CRUST
1 cup rolled oat
2 cup all purpose flour
230 g butter
1/2 - 3/4 cup sugar
3-5  tablespoon of ice water if needed

FILLING
1 can x 825 g canned peaches drained
1/4 cup sugar
1/3 cup flour

Slab Pie Recipe  @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com


DIRECTIONS

Whisk flour, rolled oat  and  sugar  in a mixing bowl.

Grate the cold butter into dry ingredients using the large holes of box grater.

Using /pastry cutter/ mixer or your finger tips,  quickly rub in the butter until  the mixture  resembles bread crumbs.

Gradually add a tablespoon of ice water at a time, use your fingers to press the crumbs firmly together to form a ball of dough.

Wrap the dough in plastic,  chill for 30 minutes-1 hour.

For filling, combine sliced peaches, sugar and  flour..

Roll out  2/3 of the pastry on floured  board  to fit 9 x 13 in jelly roll pan with some overhang. Carefully transfer onto baking sheet, pressing into the corners.   Fold  dough over to create thicker edge.  Heat the oven @ 180 C.

Spoon the filling onto prepared dough.. Crumble the balance of the pastry over the filling.

Bake until  topping is crisp for 35-45  minutes. Cut into slices to serve.

Slab Pie Recipe  @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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27 comments:

Rafeeda AR said...

that looks amazing! would love to try a smaller portion...

Medeja said...

I think would be nice with fresh peaches too :D

Easyfoodsmith said...

Your description of this pie is making me drool :P
Looks delicious and very tempting

mail4rosey said...

That looks better than a slice of pie to me (and I like pie!). Almost like a breakfast treat. Of course, my opinion might be jaded because it's breakfast time and I'm hungry. ;) :)

Julie said...

mouthwatering one!!

Adeline Lee said...

Looks good.

Blair Lonergan said...

This looks so delicious! I can't wait for fresh peach season to arrive to Virginia so that I can make this dessert with some local goodies. :)

Winnie said...

Sooo colorful and mouth-watering dessert!!

padma veeranki said...

This looks so yummy...I want to grab that:)Thanks for sharing dear:)

Jenni DeWitt said...

Oh my goodness, yum!!!

KaCee said...

This looks so yummy! I will have to try it out!

Jess said...

Oh wow...what a creative recipe!

Thanks for joining the Link Up this week!

heather gilmour said...

Looks great! Love desserts with fruit filling and this crust is awesome!

Spring cleaners Battersea

Maria said...

This looks so good, I love simple and easy dessert recipes like this, they are always the most delicious! Wish I had some of this with a big scoop of ice-cream with my afternoon tea today!!!

Grace D said...

Ahhh YUM!! This looks super easy - love how there are not very many ingredients in this one. Stopping by from the Bajan Texan... would love for you to stop by my baking blog to say hello :) x

Amber Harrop said...

Well I would love a slice it looks fantastic - Thanks for linking up to Pin Worthy Wednesday, I have pinned your post to the Pin Worthy Wednesday Pinterest Board.

Stone Cottage Adventures said...

This looks yummy and so simple! Thank you for the recipe AND for hopping on board The Great Blog Train! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

Bridget/The Recipe Wench said...

Yummy! Thank you so much for sharing this recipe on the Inspire Me Mondays Link Up. Have a wonderful weekend and we hope to see you back again next week!

Kristen Campbell said...

Yummy! Love the combination of peaches and bananas! Thanks so much for taking the time to join us at the #HomeMattersParty – we hope to see you again next week! Feel free to bring a friend :)

Rattlebridge Farm said...

Wow, this looks delicious! Thanks for adding this fab recipe to Foodie Friday!

Tanya @ Moms Small Victories said...

Yum. Looks delicious. I love easy to make desserts that only look complicated. I love anything with a crumb topping :) thanks for sharing with Small Victories Sunday linkup. Pinned to our linkup board. Hope you join us again this weekend.

Corinne Schmitt said...

This looks absolutely delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe and linking it up at This Is How We Roll Thursday.

Debi Bolocofsky said...

Yum! Thanks so much for sharing with Adorned From Above's Link Party.
Have a great week.
Debi

Linda Grigsby said...

Please tell me how much butter and size of canned peaches in ounces or cups instead of grams....thanks.

Linda Grigsby said...

Please clarify how much butter and size of can of peaches from grams to ounces or cups. Thanks.

Treat and Trick said...

Hi Linda..the butter needed is 16 tablespoon and the weight of the canned peaches is 29 oz

Nici @ Posed Perfection said...

Looks delicious! Thanks so much for sharing at my Creative Ways Link Party! I hope you'll be back to share more awesome posts this week!
Blessings,
Nici