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Harford County, MD
(Zone 6b)

August 25, 2011
11:35 AM

Post #8776307

Since it's such a dreary day today, I got out my bread machine and mixed up some peach cake dough. I wanted a thinner crust so used several pans. The kitchen sure smells good.

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United States
(Zone 5b)

August 25, 2011
11:44 AM

Post #8776318

...and you didn't invite me. Snif... :(
Harford County, MD
(Zone 6b)

August 25, 2011
11:50 AM

Post #8776327

Hey Darius... if you were closer you could come have some. I even made a pan of cornbread and pinto beans.


United States
(Zone 5b)

August 25, 2011
1:04 PM

Post #8776511

LOL. Sounds "down-south appetizing"!
Huntsville, AL

September 19, 2011
11:19 AM

Post #8814975

no must post this looks delicious...
Harford County, MD
(Zone 6b)

September 19, 2011
3:06 PM

Post #8815290

MamaD, I used the Buttery Sweet Bread recipe from After the dough was finished I divided it into greased pans. ( Sometimes I use a large cookie sheet ). Pat it out to the edges of the pan and kind of make a little ridge around the edges, I use my knuckles to push against the pan. This helps keep any juices from going under the crust and making it stick.

Put on the sliced peaches, sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar. Cover with a tea towell and let rise. Then bake in a preheated 375 degree oven till done. Meanwhile take about 1/2 jar of apricot preserves and heat it till syrupy. As soon as you take the peach cake from the oven, brush this on with a pastry brush. You can add a little red food coloring if desired.

This is like the old Baltimore Peach Cake you get in the bakeries. ( Except the dough recipe, like I said, is from Breadworld.) Sadly, the peaches are now gone from around my way.


United States
(Zone 5b)

September 19, 2011
3:31 PM

Post #8815325

Hmmmm, wonder how it would be with canned peaches?
Sioux Falls, SD

November 5, 2011
5:13 PM

Post #8878052

I've never even heard of peach cake! I don't like peach cobbler/pie, but I think I would like the cake! =)

December 20, 2011
6:33 AM

Post #8936774

I think it would be yummy and interesting recipe.Peach fruit is good for health. Peach cake looks so nice.
Greensboro, NC
(Zone 7a)

May 6, 2012
4:59 PM

Post #9113033

Thanks for leading me to Breadworld:lol: Me and my carb addiction thank you:LOL: Just found the Buttery Sweet Bread recipe and saving it.

July 16, 2012
5:32 AM

Post #9206843

Can anyone tell tell me the easy recipe for peach cake I have never tried it making but really like it..


Longboat Key, FL
(Zone 9b)

July 19, 2012
2:47 PM

Post #9211687

You can do this cake and cover with streusel made with melted butter sugar and flour.
Southern Pines, NC

August 7, 2012
12:31 PM

Post #9233201

This sound yummy I love peaches so will have to try this.

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