This Peach Brandy Sauce is so perfect for summertime. Served over ice cream, cake, waffles or pork chops, it’s a sweet treat your mouth will absolutely love!
Who doesn’t love a recipe that’s equally as good on sweet or savory dishes? That’s this Peach Brandy Sauce, which is so perfect for summertime!
We served it over grilled pork chops and we were in summertime heaven! 🙂
But, I also like to dream about it swimming in sweet cream, or topped with marscapone. Spoon, anyone?
If you guys could see me blogging as I write this, I know you’d laugh. And, I’m ok with that. 🙂
Because I have a desk job and am blogging all the time, it means I sit behind a desk a lot. A few months ago, I bought a sit/stand desk that I absolutely love. The simple fact that I can raise the desk to standing height and continue to write and blog after I’ve been sitting way to long, gives such relief to a stiff back!
To get even more comfortable, I took advice from a friend, and I bought this Revolution 101 Balance Board Trainer. Let me tell you, learning to ‘ride’ this thing has not been easy. 🙂
You see those knicks at the very tippy top and at the bottom? Those are my life-line. Those are the scars of the board slamming against the far edge of the feet of my desk when I’m falling off the darn thing. See? My lifeline. For without them, I’m afraid I’d be sitting on the floor!
So, imagine this…my desk is elevated 4 feet in the air and on hardwood floors, I mount this “balance board” and pretend to balance comfortably while trying not to get bucked off and land with a thud on the floor.
Yikes! You could even go so far as to say, I risk my life every time I write you a post. 🙂
Well almost nothing. But lets just say I’m not going to be enjoying this Peach Brandy Sauce and then trying to mount that balance board any time soon. I’ve got enough problems balancing on that thing! 🙂
p.s. I really do love this balance board, and it gets easier the more you do it. And after a while, I’m proof you’ll even be able to remove your death grip from the edge of the desk. Ha!
- 1 pound fresh, ripe peaches, cut into pieces, pit removed
- ¼ cup water
- ¼ cup brandy
- ¼ teaspoon nutmeg
- 3 tablespoons brown sugar
- Rinse peaches under cold water. Cut in half, then in small pieces and discard pit.
- Add water and brandy to a saucepan. Add peaches, nutmeg and 3 tablespoons brown sugar. Turn on medium-high and heat until boiling and simmering at the edges of the pan. Turn heat down to medium and let simmer for 8 minutes or until sauce thickens. Remove from heat.
- Serve or store in an airtight container in the refrigerator until ready to us.