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Just because a dish is quick to prepare, doesn’t mean that it can’t be special too. This recipe mimics the flavors of a peach pie, without all the work. Prepared cookie dough is used to make a warm and gooey skillet cookie, which is then topped with Blue Bunny Premium Vanilla Bean Ice Cream, an assortment of pie spices, and fresh peaches. It’s a dream for summer, and so easy to pull together!
The hectic nature of summer always sneaks up on me. We usually have a lull in activities after the holiday that lasts until April. In April and May, there’s a smattering of events and activities, but we’re largely at home on the weekends. In June, things change. Family reunions, barbecues, birthday parties, wedding showers, swim lessons and weddings start to take over our weekends. It’s exciting at first, but by July, I’m crying “uncle” and praying for fall to come!
Lately, I’ve really been focusing on side dishes and desserts for the blog. In this busy season of the year, I need to prepare dishes for barbecues almost every week. I don’t want to spend a ton of time, but I still want to bring something that I’m really proud of.
To get ready for this recipe, I visited my local Wal-Mart Super Center. I picked up Blue Bunny Premium Ice Cream in the Vanilla Bean flavor, which is my favorite! It has a very natural vanilla flavor from the use of real vanilla (as evidenced by the black vanilla bean specks you can see throughout the ice cream!) Creamy and delicious!
I also picked up some prepared cookie dough, and fresh peaches from the product section, then I was on my way home to put this recipe together.
Ready to make a delicious treat that will “wow” your guests without a lot of effort?
Sit the ice cream out to soften. Meanwhile, preheat your oven and press the prepared cookie dough into a greased cast iron skillet. Place the cookie in the oven to bake, then add the pie spices and almond extract to your softened ice cream. Return the ice cream to the freezer to chill out while the cookie finishes baking, and you slice up the peaches.
Serve the spiced ice cream on top of the cookie while still warm, top with fresh peaches, and serve!
My family gave me the the “blue ribbon” for this delicious dessert. You can check out more delicious recipes that use Blue Bunny ice cream at their Suns Out, Spoons Out page, and see the full list of flavors and get coupons here.
Psssst! Blue Bunny and Wal-Mart may be hosting a demo in your area this week, featuring Blue Bunny ice cream and Wal-Mart Produce fresh peaches! Click here to see a list of stores that will have a demo!