Monday, May 25, 2009

Peach Enchiladas

When we went to the farm last week to pick strawberries, I took home some recipe cards. One of the recipes was for peach enchiladas. It sounded kinda strange to me, but one of the other moms tried it while we were there and said it was really good.


I tried it this weekend and it was awesome. It tasted kinda like a peach cobbler, only with more breading, and the breading is my favorite part. We ate half of it when I first made it. Later we had the rest of it with vanilla ice cream. I think it might have been even better with the ice cream. Yummy! If you'd like to try the recipe go here, and scroll down, you'll find it under peaches and click on peach enchiladas. They have a lot of recipes for different fruits they sell. Go take a look, you might find something else you like.

9 comments:

Shannon said...

This looks delish. I don't normally eat cooked fruit (I know, I'm weird, haha) but I DO like cobblers. The breading is my favorite part too.

CrystalW said...

I will definetly have to try this recipe. My husband loves peach cobbler, and so do I! Thanks for sharing!

QuiltedSimple said...

This sounds lovely - I make a peach/blueberry crisp - everyone thought i was nuts, and now the kids beg for it several times a week. I'll have to try this one shortly - we love peaches.
Kris

MommaB said...

LOOOks good...peach cobbler is my all time fav desert..

Country Whispers said...

These look yummy!

Kendra at New Life On A Homestead said...

Man, these things make me hungry just looking at them!

Kathleen from Eggs In My Pocket said...

Oh just get the ice cream and I am ready! Thanks for sharing the recipe! blessings,Kathleen

Homemom3 said...

never heard of it but sounds interesting enough to try. Will be headed to the recipe site in a moment. kids wanted to do something fun this summer, looks like they will be baking and planting seeds. Thanks.

Lisa said...

I make th is same recipe with apple slices. You just cut an aple in half, then cut each half in 4 pieces ( total of 8 per apple) , then lay a piece of apple on the roll triangle, sprinkle with cinnamon/sugar, roll up and proceed jus tlike your recipe. Yummy!