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Roasted Peach Boats + Yagoot Giveaway {Recipe}

Peaches in the summertime, apples in the fall, if I can't have you all the time, I won't have none at all. - Gillian Welch, Back In Time roasted peach boat recipe It's the height of peach season and my family is going through a peck a week. That's fifteen pounds of peaches!

We each eat several fresh peaches daily, I canned nine pints, and we cook them into pie and cobbler. Wanting a lighter dessert for a recent meal, I created these roasted peach boats.

Oven roasting peaches concentrates their flavor and reduces the flesh to a smooth, scoopable texture. Scoring the peel before cooking helps the skin break easily with the edge of a spoon. The small bowl holds a dallop of freshly whipped cream, portion of crunchy granola, or in this case, a scoop of Yagoot frozen yogurt.

scored fresh peachroasted peach boat

Yagoot asked me to create a recipe with their new Yagoot@Home line of frozen yogurt. Filled with live active yogurt cultures, Yagoot is a tangy and low fat alternative to ice cream. Pints of seasonal flavors are available in their shops in Cincinnati and Columbus.

Yagoot Gift Card Giveaway

Yagoot is offering two twenty dollar gift cards for readers of Hounds in the Kitchen to try their yogurt. If you want a chance to win, simply leave a comment with your favorite frozen yogurt topping or serving idea.

lil peach boat

Roasted Peach Boats

Makes: 2 Time: 30 minutes Ingredients: 1 fresh Ohio peach (I am loving the Branstool Orchard peaches this year.) 2 teaspoons brown sugar 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Method: 1. Cut peaches in half and remove pit. 2. Score a shallow 'X' on the rounded outside of each half. 3. Place scored side down in a oven-safe roasting pan. 4. Sprinkle flesh with brown sugar and cinnamon. 5. Roast in a 350 degree oven for 30 minutes or until peach is soft. 6. Allow to cool for five minutes. Top with whipped cream, granola, frozen yogurt, or ice cream.

NB: You can make a big batch of roasted peaches at once, cool, and store them in the fridge for up to four days. Bring them to room temperature or reheat before serving.

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Giveaway details: Two $20 gift cards will be awarded at random to two separate commenters. Prize ERV – $20. Prize is provided and delivered by Yagoot; Entrants agree to not hold Rachel Tayse Baillieul or Hounds in the Kitchen liable for the prize. Entry open to US resident adults 18 years of age and older. Entries as comments on this site will be accepted from 2 pm EST Tuesday August 7, 2012 – 2 pm EST Wednesday August 15, 2012. Two winners will be chosen on Wednesday August 15, 2012 by random.org and notified via email. In the event that a winner does not respond within 48 hours, new winner(s) will be selected.

Disclosure: Yagoot provided me with gift cards to cover the ingredients of creating a recipe using their yogurt. All opinions are my own.