Peach affogato is a simple summer dessert. Top the peaches with ice cream and a simple maple-cinnamon oat granola. Drizzle with cold brew coffee and enjoy!
Remember way back in the day when blogs were new and everyone did “Follow Friday?” I’m thinking of bringing that back because sometimes I’m just so excited about what other talented folks are doing. Yes, I do realize that today Saturday… but regardless, here’s a list of things I’ve loved and drooled over this week. And P.S, if you need one darn simple way to enjoy peaches, scroll down for this pictured Peach Affogato.
This luscious Pecan Roasted Beet Dip with Sage makes me so excited for fall… mmm, sage.
These colorful tortillas! So creative!
Ten Lunch Ideas that Spark Joy.
Craving cozy Black Beans & Rice ever since I saw this post go up.
Speaking of simple things that I really want to eat, I love these non-recipe posts that Jessie of Faring Well has been writing lately.
Cotter Crunch is a new-ish-to-me (gluten free) blog that I’ve been loving lately and these Dirty Chai Dark Chocolate Brownies are calling my name!
I follow exactly 1 YouTube channel and it’s called Hot For Food – you have to check out this video of Lauren’s clever Vegan Back to School Bento Boxes. I love how she uses the leftovers from one recipe to make the next.
I’m a guest judge for this Boos Cutting Board Photo Contest. They make the best cutting boards!
I’m getting totally excited for hot soup season, but I’m still enamored by this idea of Cold Summer Ramen.
For a good dose of wanderlust, scroll through Laura’s gorgeous photos in her Kyoto Travel Guide. Makes me want to jump on a plane to Japan!
And in non-food news, these corgis on a waterslide made my week 🙂
Peach Affogato & some link love
- 2 large ripe peaches, pitted and sliced (optional: grill them*)
- 4 scoops of ice cream (non-dairy, if desired)
- ¼ cup rolled oats
- ¼ cup walnuts
- drizzle of coconut oil (~1/2 tsp)
- drizzle of maple syrup (~1/2 tsp)
- pinch of cinnamon
- pinch of sea salt
- Bake the granola at 325°F for 10 minutes or until toasted.
- Assemble each affogato in a short glass with peach slices, a scoop of ice cream, and a drizzle of cold brew coffee. Top with a sprinkle of the granola crumble. Serves 4
- Preheat the oven to 325°F and line a small baking sheet with parchment paper. On the baking sheet, toss together the oats, walnuts, coconut oil, maple syrup, cinnamon and salt. Spread the mixture into a flat layer and bake for 10 minutes, or until toasted.
wow! looks amazing…I now know what my plan is for tonight! making this 🙂
wow! This is my kind of affogato! Love this
This affogato looks divine, I think it will be my breakfast this Sunday! I mean, it has fruit, dairy, oats, and nuts, so it is qualified as breakfast, right? And I totally agree about grilled peaches! 🙂
Ah I want to try this one tonight, estimated cooking 15min its probably took me more than that 😆
OMG I love Affogato! I discovered it for the first time last summer and I’m hooked. Yummy recipe!
Thank you so much for including my Kyoto travel Guide Jeanine!!! 🙂 And this peach affogato looks FANTASTIC!
Blushing to the max, thank you for the love on my little non-recipes posts Jeanine! Digging the link list, especially those bento box lunches – so cute.
Such a great way to use those peaches!! LOVE this affogato!
Ha – i love these and totally remember the old follow friday posts! Just opened up all these links now about to have a browse… thanks for distracting me deliciously on a Mon morn Jeanine 😉
Last night, I was preparing for a small dinner party. I had Trader Joe’s frozen desserts being thawed in the fridge, waiting to be served. Then this peach dessert recipe popped into my inbox. I thought: oh, I have all the ingredients. I can totally make this. I cut up the peach, mixed the rolled oats, and put them in the oven. It was ready by dessert time, and it was a hit! It looks so elegant and fancy too. Thanks.
Thank you friend! And oh how i miss those blog days. The good ol’ follow friday! Haha.
Love the recipe link shared but yours sound the best !
Such a nice post (and great recipe!). I look forward to checking out these other writers and recipe creators.
Oh so lovely… Beautiful photography. I must try this recipe!