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21 EASY Canned Peach Recipes To Enjoy All-Year-Round! ๐Ÿ‘

Looking for Canned Peach Recipes? Us too, so we put this list together for you. We can’t always get our favorite fresh fruit year-round, so a handy can of peach slices or halves will do the trick for a variety of meals and snacks in a pinch.

We have probably all experienced a time when we were craving peaches only to realize they were not in season. 

At that point, there are three options. 

Simply go without. 

Grab a bag of frozen peaches and let them thaw. 

Or visit the canned fruit section of the grocery store. 

Are canned peaches good for you? 

Canned peaches do still have nutrients and contain vitamin C, E, and folate

The downside to canned peaches is that they are often packed in heavy syrup which can contain a lot of added sugar.  

But hey, you can easily rinse the juice off. 

Recipes with canned peaches tend to fall in the dessert or salad categories. 

However, when considering what to make with canned peaches, the favorites that come to mind are cobbler, crumble or peach pie. 

But there are lots of other choices for what to do with canned peaches like french toast, cakes, or cookies! 

The canned peach dessert recipes cover just about everything from muffins to pudding. 

Keep in mind that some recipes using canned peaches lean towards the savory side like Glazed Salmon With Peaches or a delightful Peach Salsa

#18 is surprisingly delicious and you definitely don’t want to miss it.

The time has come to explore the world of Canned Peach Recipes to satisfy that not-summer-time peach craving! 

Some of these specifically itemize canned peaches on the ingredient list, while others say fresh or canned can be used. 

Let me know which canned peaches recipe you decided to give a whirl!

The first of my canned peach recipes is this delicious Peach Cobbler Bread which makes two beautiful loaves. 

Who can resist a slice of sweet bread any time of day? 

No yeast to rise and pre-sliced well-drained canned peaches. 

You know the drill, measure out dry ingredients and wet ingredients, combine, pour, bake! 

A powdered sugar glaze is optional but glorious!

Many recipes with canned peaches are served at breakfast like these peach pancakes! 

These are just delightful being made with cinnamon, peaches, and brown sugar! 

Served with maple syrup or not, they are delicious! 

I think the magic is in the buttermilk

Adding butter and more peaches on top of the peach pancake stack makes them even more irresistible! 

Easy is a wonderful word and when put in a title with canned peaches you know it is going to be scrumptious! 

These dumplings are gooey on the bottom and crispy on top which turns out to be magical! 

Using crescent dough, separate into triangles, add a peach slice, roll up, and place in a baking dish. 

It is topped with a butter mixture of sugar, brown sugar, and cinnamon, and a bit of Fresca is added on the side for baking.

On wildly fun mornings, have some ice cream with the peach dumpling for breakfast!

This is a fantastic make-the-night-before casserole of sorts canned peaches recipe! 

The layers include sliced peaches warmed with sugar, cubed French bread, and diced cream cheese covered in an egg mixture! 

Refrigerate overnight and bake for an hour the next morning! 

Certainly, a satisfying way to start a day that everyone will love!

A creative decision for what to make with canned peaches would be an upside-down cake! 

There is something freeing about knowing it gets flipped over that relieves any stress or worry about it turning out “just right.” 

The bottom layer includes butter and brown sugar and peach slices lightly pressed into it. 

The cake layer is poured on top for baking. 

Cool a bit and then flip onto a cake plate. 

It is irresistible and served warm with ice cream! 

A lovely fruit salad is another great idea for what to do with canned peaches! 

And this is no ordinary throw the fruit in a bowl and serve fruit salad. 

Oh no. 

This is a “fluff salad” with all kinds of wonderful flavors and textures creatively enjoyed together. 

Just look at this ingredient list of peaches, blueberries, vanilla pudding mix, cottage cheese, and whipped topping! 

Doesn’t that sound amazing? 

I know!

Cobbler is probably at the top of most folks’ favorite fruit desserts and it is nice to know it is also found among canned peach dessert recipes as well. 

This one is inexpensive, simple, and seriously quick to make coming out of the oven ever so tasty! 

The melted butter on the bottom is topped with a mixture of flour, sugar, baking powder, and milk

The peaches are added and the cobbler is baked to perfection! 

Recipes using canned peaches are typically on the straightforward side and this one is also another make-the-night-before recipe! 

Overnight oats in a jar to make peach cobbler is something I would certainly want to wake up to in the morning! 

But it could just as easily be an afternoon snack. 

Each jar includes old-fashioned rolled oats, milk, vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg, yogurt, and the peach mixture. 

Refrigerate and serve with toasted pecans sprinkled on top! 

If you enjoy peach cobbler, this next item up on my canned peach recipes list is cookies which could possibly become a favorite as well. 

They include instant oats, whole wheat flour, cinnamon, baking powder, salt, coconut oil, egg, almond extract, honey, and peaches! 

These delicious cookies are sure to make folks smile and be requested again and again!

A fruit-based salsa made this list of recipes with canned peaches and I for one am ecstatic about that! 

Salsa can and is served year-round and who knew how wonderfully well peaches and limes go together! 

Salsa can go with chips or tacos but also on chicken or fish beautifully! 

Typical ingredients for sure, so dicing is the name of the game! 

Be sure to make at least an hour ahead so the flavors can be fully incorporated.

This salad using canned peaches combines three layers of different flavors and textures with sweet peaches, cream cheese center, and salty pretzels. 

The crust is made of crushed pretzels, powdered sugar, and melted butter. 

The gelatin layer is made of gelatin, boiling water, and peaches. 

The cream cheese layer is cream cheese, powdered sugar, and whipped topping. 

Altogether it is a beautiful, slice and serves salad dessert!

Multiple variations exist between any canned peaches recipe. 

So, if some recipes seem to be overlapping it is probably because at some point they are. 

This recipe reminds me more of a bread pudding-style creation. 

The base is a cubed butter cake. 

The custard layer is made of milk, eggs, vanilla, and sugar, and half is poured over the cake cubes to soak. 

Then rest is added with sliced peaches placed on top. 

The extra treat is the heavy cream and sugar mixture drizzled on top before baking.

When a breakfast to go is needed, muffins can absolutely be what to make with canned peaches! 

A muffin with a streusel topping is hard to beat! 

The muffin part has all the expected ingredients along with chopped peaches. 

The streusel topping is made of flour, sugar, baking powder, cinnamon, and butter. 

Peach cobbler to go! 

I did not forget about pie when compiling my list of what to do with canned peaches! 

Here we have a decadent pie recipe that also includes strawberries. 

It begins with a graham cracker crust. 

The filling is made of cream cheese, sugar, and milk. 

Peaches are placed on top and a glaze with strawberries is the final layer. 

It serves up best after four hours of chilling. 

When easy is your preferred skill level for canned peach dessert recipes, this one most definitely fits the criteria. 

All that must be done is to add ingredients one on top of the other. 

First peaches, next one can with liquid and one without, then cinnamon with a dry cake mix (that does not have pudding mix in it) and finally melted butter. 

No stirring. 

Just add layers and bake!  

Here is one of the rare entree recipes using canned peaches

It starts with salmon which pairs perfectly with peaches and adds whole grain mustard for some flair! 

A brown sugar and mustard mixture is made and brushed on the salmon along with the drained and diced canned peaches. 

Then the salmon is baked and broiled a bit at the end. 

Served on rice for a complete and delightful dish!

Each one of these canned peach recipes has a little something unique giving each a flavor that sets it apart. 

This one has a decidedly citrus flavor which brightens up the sweet peaches a lot! 

It starts differently with the peaches being coated in brown sugar, cinnamon, and cornstarch. 

Then the topping includes oats, brown sugar, salt, cinnamon, melted butter, lemon and lime juice, and zest. 

After sprinkling this mixture on top of the peaches it is ready to bake until nicely browned. 

Gotta love recipes with canned peaches using them in fresh salads! 

This one has a nice balance between juicy and sweet with crispy and pepper flavors. 

The recipe for the elderflower vinaigrette is included and can be made ahead of time. 

The salad includes baby arugula, peaches, crumbled feta cheese, toasted pine nuts, and the elderflower vinaigrette. 

Different and delicious!

Here we have peach bars with an oatmeal crust, a canned peaches filling, and a crumb topping. 

Again, similar ingredients as many others, but combined or layered differently. 

The thick old fashioned oatmeal mixture is pressed into the bottom of the baking dish. 

The seasoned peaches are placed on top with the rest of the crumble mixture to bake! 

Allow to fully cool before slicing!

Something different is headed our way with this canned peaches recipe! 

Fritters! 

You know, those deep-fried, bite-sized morsels of deliciousness! 

Here they have peaches in the dough which fries up soft inside with a crispy outside that is dusted with powdered sugar. 

The key to success with these is to keep the oil temperature steady so the fritters cook evenly.

To conclude our list, I selected this award-winning recipe using canned peaches from the 1950s.  

There are lots and lots of beautiful pictures to walk you through all the steps. 

There are three layers to this Boy Bait including the cake, the jam, and the crumble. 

The layers are luscious and there really is no way to go wrong when peaches and blueberries are baking together!

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The bottom line

Canned peach recipes are delicious and versatile just like fresh peaches.

It was great fun collecting these recipes with canned peaches and I hope you enjoy making some of them as well!

21 EASY Ways To Use Canned Peaches

21 EASY Ways To Use Canned Peaches

21 Easy Canned Peach Recipes to enjoy not only just during the summer but at any time when you have a craving for peaches!

Ingredients

  • Peach Cobbler Bread
  • Brown Sugar Peach Pancakes
  • Peach Dumplings
  • Peaches And Cream French Toast
  • Peach Upside Down Cake
  • Peach Blueberry Fluff Salad
  • Peach Cobbler
  • Peach Cobbler Overnight Oats
  • Peach Pie Oatmeal Cookies
  • Peach Salsa
  • Peach Pretzel Salad Dessert
  • Canned Peach Pudding
  • Peach Cobbler Muffins
  • Peach Strawberry Pie
  • Peach Dump Cake
  • Glazed Salmon With Peaches
  • Peach Crumble
  • Summer Peach Arugula Salad With Elderflower Vinaigrette
  • Peach Crumb Bars
  • Peach Fritters
  • Peach And Blueberry Boy Bait

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