This post is part of an original TIDBITS recipe, first seen HERE on tidbits-cami.com.
My sister Cami and I have 2 things in common. 1) Our parents and 2) Our love for peaches. So we most definitely agree on this yummy Pressure Cooker Peach Compote, used for topping off desserts, warm breakfasts, smothered on yogurt, etc. – or simply stuffing in your face. Then we’ll have a nice chat about what we don’t have in common, such as; metabolisms, husbands, posterity likeness, personal interests and hobbies . . .
Life is made rich by moments that are rare. First kiss, birth of a child, breathtaking sunrises and sunsets, a peaceful nap, and peaches. Yes peaches. I love them so much I’m putting them on the same level as the birth of a child! In my home, they are the number one fruit and for the very short time that they are in their prime, we eat them on everything! Think yogurt, pancakes, salads, salsa or simply sliced up with a sprinkle of cinnamon, it doesn’t matter, they’ll be heavenly however you eat them. However, I’ll admit, I seriously questioned my son dipping them in ketchup, but who knows, maybe he’s on to something.
My family recently bought a new home and while the house is in a beautiful location, has 2 ovens (yay!), and has enough rooms for all my kids to have their own bedroom (twin boys in one room = disaster), the thing that sold me was 2 blooming peach trees! So we negotiated…how much do you want, great take another ten grand, I don’t care I just need those peach trees! So I’m now the proud owner of peach trees! Oh my, the possibilities!
For this recipe I debated back and forth about dressing them up in cinnamon. But after 2 batches of glistening orange peach compote, I knew this recipe was meant to be all about the peaches. No sweetener, no spices, just let that peach flavor concentrate and shine with the magic of the pressure cooker!
The compote will thicken a bit as it cools, but since I like it best hot, I use a cornstarch slurry to thicken it up-completely optional. Another option is to stir in a tablespoon of chia seeds while it’s hot and cover for 5 minutes. This stores well in the fridge and it can also be frozen. The texture of the peaches will be a bit different after freezing, but it’s still delicious. Now go and enjoy the rich, rare moment that is peaches and eat some while watching a beautiful sunrise, because eating them while giving birth would be weird…amazing, but totally inappropriate.
For our favorite way to use up our peach compote, find our Peaches and Cream Steel Cut Oats with Cinnamon Maple Drizzle recipe here.
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