Celebrate the end of summer with this easy and fun crowd-pleasing dessert during the Labor Day holiday.

Your family and friends will never guess how easy these peach pies are!

 Peach pancakes are super easy, and they're a quick and easy dessert,


Perfect for lazy summer days or a fun Labor Day weekend!


This recipe is old fashioned but a good variety for an apple

They are delicious and easy to prepare, and the preparation time is less than 10 minutes.

The oven is ready. And what a smell while baking. . . Like Cinnabon!

If you are not familiar with these super easy dumplings,

The list of ingredients may surprise you:

 Crescent paste, a can of ginger beer, sugar, butter, vanilla, cinnamon,

And last but not least, the peaches.

They are sweet and adorable as well as big and red, like the name itself !

* ingredients :

° 2 crescent laps

° 16 slices of fresh peaches (if your peaches are small, use 2 slices of peaches for each triangular roll or 32 slices)

° 3/4 cup butter (1 1/2 pieces or 12 teaspoons)

° 1/3 cup brown sugar

° 1/3 cup white sugar

° 1 teaspoon cinnamon

° 2 teaspoons vanilla

° 1 12 oz. can of ginger beer (or choice of citrus soda)

* Directions :

Preheat oven to 350°F and grease a 9*13 baking dish.

Cut the peaches into slices so you have 16 large slices.

Detache crescent paste to triangles.

Roll a slice of peaches into a round, crescent-shaped triangle, starting at the largest end, then place in a baking dish. Don't worry if the peach slice isn't completely covered with the dough.

Melt the butter in a microwave-safe bowl or in a large pyrex measuring cup.

Add sugar, cinnamon, and vanilla extract, stirring well until combined.

Pour dumplings on peaches.

Pour two-thirds of a bag of ginger beer between the dumplings and along the edge of the pan so that the sugar/butter mixture remains over the dumplings.

Bake for 35-40 minutes or until golden brown.

Remove from the oven and leave for 10 minutes before serving. Serve with ice cream, and pour a little sauce mixture over it from the pan.

Enjoy !

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