Don’t confuse this peach pudding with the pudding cups you see in the refrigerator section of the grocery store. Rather than a thick custard base, the “pudding” component is more like a batter. At once, butter, cinnamon, eggs, flour, baking powder, milk, and granulated sugar are mixed together until the consistency resembles the texture of pudding. Meanwhile, blanched whole peaches (blanching helps remove the skin) are sliced and tossed into a casserole with sugar. The batter goes on top of the peaches, and then a syrup of brown sugar, butter, cinnamon and water is spooned over the pudding before, during and after the pudding bakes. Whipped cream, ice cream or yogurt are all suitable garnishes.
Recipe: Easy peach pudding