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These Peach Maple Walnut Crisps with Champagne Whipped Cream are perfect for summertime. The peaches are soaked in maple syrup, brown sugar and cinnamon and layered with a brown sugar streusel.
Well, it’s back to reality today. After 9 days of travel, I finally arrived home yesterday. I am so happy to be back. The primary purpose of my trip was work, and just about every day was spent visiting the manufacturing facilities that make our snow product. My trip was long, and I learned a lot, but by the end I was ready to get back to normal. I will be sharing more details with you soon!
Right before I left for my trip, I made these Peach Maple Walnut Crisps and topped them with a brown sugar streusel and a Champagne Whipped Cream. Quite honestly, I am not sure what I am more excited about, the peaches or the whipped cream!
I love experimenting with different flavors of homemade whipped cream. I’ve made flavors like Hot Chocolate, Cake Batter, Cinnamon Maple and Coconut. This whipped cream is made with the new Wilton Treatology Flavoring System. The Champagne Whipped Cream is nice and light, with a hint of the champagne flavor. The longer I allowed it to rest, the better it tasted.
Back in April, I traveled to the Wilton Headquarters to learn about the new products they were launching this year and the Treatology System was one of them. The “system” is eight different concentrates that are not your traditional flavors. The flavors are Crisp Champagne, Salted Caramel, Juicy Peach, Sweet Meyer Lemon, Fresh Basil, Warm Cinnamon Graham Cracker, Vanilla Custard and Toasted Coconut. During one of our sessions, we got to taste test various cookies and frostings made with the extracts. I was really impressed by the variety of desserts that can be made from concentrates.
Whenever I make a peach crisp, I follow a similar formula to that of my apple pies. There are three required ingredients: maple syrup, cinnamon and brown sugar. For theses peach crisps, I just slice them up and layer them into the jars.
Another crucial part of a good crisp is the streusel! I am a streusel fanatic! So I started with a layer on the bottom, then some peaches, a layer in the middle, and more peaches and then I piled it up on top. The streusel on top can be patted together, and stacked extra high. When baked, the peaches will shrink a bit, so that is why I pile it high above the top of the jar.
I baked these for about 35 minutes, the larger slices of peach still had a slight crunch to them, and it was awesome! It is best to allow these to rest for 30 minutes before serving. That way, all the juices settle. These are great served with a scoop of ice cream as well!
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Peach Maple Walnut Crisps with Champagne Whipped Cream
- Prep Time: 20 mins
- Cook Time: 30 mins
- Total Time: 50 minutes
- Yield: 5 Jars
This Peach Maple Walnut Crisps with Champagne Whipped Cream are perfect for summertime. The peaches are soaked in maple syrup, brown sugar and cinnamon and layered with a brown sugar streusel.
- 5 medium to large Peaches, peeled and sliced
- ¼ C Brown sugar
- ½ C Flour
- 3 tbsp Maple syrup
- 2 tsp Cinnamon
- 3/4 C Walnuts
- For the crisp
- ½ C Unsalted butter
- 1 C Quick oats
- ½ C Brown sugar
- ½ C Flour
- For the whipped cream
- 1 C Heavy whipping cream
- ½ C Powdered sugar
- 1 tsp Wilton Treatology Crisp Champagne Concentrate
- Peel and slice peaches thin; quarter them if necessary.
- Preheat oven to 350°F.
- In a large bowl, combine sliced peaches, brown sugar, flour, maple syrup, cinnamon and walnuts. Stir until peaches are well coated.
- Prepare streusel by cutting butter into small cubes. Combine butter with oats, brown sugar and flour. Use a pastry cutter or fork to mash the butter into the streusel until very well combined. It should be crumbly when finished.
- Build the jars with a layer of streusel on the bottom and then fill halfway with peach mixture. Add another layer of streusel and fill the rest of the jar with peaches. Pack the top sky-high with remaining streusel.
- Bake at 350°F for 30-35 minutes until peaches are fork tender. Allow to cool for 20-30 minutes to let juices to settle. Serve with ice cream and whipped cream.
- For the whipped cream
- Chill mixing bowl and wire whisk in the freezer for 15 minutes. Beat heavy cream on medium-high until it starts to bubble. Slowly add powdered sugar and increase speed to high. Whip on high until soft peaks start to form. Add champagne concentrate and continue to beat until stiff peaks form. Pipe onto cooled crisps.
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Champagne whipped cream?! I love champagne so that sounds amazing paired with the peaches.
WHEN DO YOU EVER GET AN ANSWER ON THIS BLOG. I ASKED WHERE YOU GOT THE WILTON FLAVORS AND COULD YOU SUBS.TITUTE THE FLAVOR.? ANYBODY OUT THERE ???
Hi Kathleen, I am sorry that you felt my response time was too slow. You may have noticed in my opening paragraph, I mentioned I had just returned from a long trip overseas the day this article was posted. In addition, my family is visiting from the other side of the country, so I am been away from my computer for a majority of the week. I read every comment on my blog and pay special attention to those in question. In fact, when I read your comment, I actually emailed the product department at Wilton to ensure this product was alcohol-free since in your first comment, you noted that you do not drink. So in response to your original question, this is an alcohol-free product, and it is a part of the Wilton Treatology system, for which there is a link in my post, and further details about this product. Additionally, if you are unable to locate this product, you can simply find a substitute champagne extract, but please read to label to see if the substitute extract contains alcohol. Have a good night.
These look amazing! I love that flavorful whipped cream! Can’t wait to hear about your trip!
I can’t wait to hear some details about your trip! In the meantime I’ll be sitting here trying to decide what part of these peach crisps I love the most. The whipped cream sounds amazing!
The champagne concentrate just blew my mind! I need to find it!! This crisp sounds fabulous!