Happy September! In today's video, I would like to show you one of my FAVORITE recipes for this month! And that is PEACH CRUMBLE PIE! Peach Crumble Pie is one of my favorite recipe to make every September because this is the month of the in between time! The month of September blends summer and fall together; it is still warm enough to spend some time in the garden, and enjoy our harvest of fruits and vegetables. But it is also a time when we introduce all of the sugar and spice as we turn over and start getting cozy for AUTUMN!
Ingredients for Peach Pie Filling
5-6 Fresh Peaches
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup flour
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
Directions for Peach Pie Filling
1. Wash your peaches, peel them, and cut them into flat slices. Place them in a large mixing bowl.
2. Juice your 1/2 a lemon, which should come to about 2 tablespoons. Add your 2 tablespoons of freshly squeezed lemon juice, to the peaches in your large bowl.
3. Measure out 1/2 cup of brown sugar, 1/2 cup of flour, and 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon. Add all of them to your mixing bowl with your peaches, and combine until the brown sugar, flour, and cinnamon are coating your peaches completely, like a paste.
4. Grease a 9 inch glass pie plate with the end of a stick of butter. Pour your peach filling mixture into the pie plate until it is filled to the brim, and pack the peaches down with a spatula, ensuring all peach slices are laying flat.
5. Set aside so we can make our crumble topping!
Ingredients for Crumble Topping
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup flour
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
4 tablespoons unsalted butter (melted)
1/4 cup crushed pecans
Directions for Crumble Topping
1. In a clean bowl, combine 1/2 cup of brown sugar, 1/2 cup of flour, 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon and 1/4 cup of crushed pecans.
2. Melt about 4 tablespoons of butter and add to your bowl of dry ingredients. Combine until it forms a crumby consistency.
3. Sprinkle your topping over your pie plate filled with your peach filling. Make sure every inch of your peaches are covered.
Place in your preheated over of 350 degrees for about 50-60 minutes, until the top and center of the pie is bubbling. Let cool 20-30 minutes prior to serving.
Serve your pie with a dollop of ice cream of choice, and top with a sprig of mint garnish. You can also use whipped cream instead of ice cream.
If you do decide to try this recipe, I'd love to see your photos! Tag me on Instagram! @BohemianMagicStudios!
Hello Magickal Beings!
Happy First Harvest, and Blessed Lammas/Lughnasadh to all! I am always a little sad when Lammas rolls around because it means the almost end of summer. However, I must admit, I always get excited for all the beauty and coziness that comes with Fall: turning inward, and embracing introspection once again.
But summer is not over yet! First we must celebrate this beautiful sabbat in honor of our first harvest. This sabbat is all about GRATITUDE, ABUNDANCE, FERTILITY, STRENGTH, MANIFESTATION, just to name a few key terms! It's the time of year to harvest all the fruits of our hard labor since the last frost this past winter. Those first seeds we planted come the spring are now growing wild with its ripened fruits on the vine.
We have also just celebrated the Full Blueberry Moon, which is the best time to pick our ripened blueberries off the vine, and put them to use in some yummy cakes and pies! Some other notable representations of First Harvest are Corn, Lavender, Wheat, Lemons, and Breads. I thought all of these flavors would be great together in one recipe, to celebrate the season and sabbat! So below I will be showing you how to make this Lammas Blueberry Cornbread with a Lemon Lavender Glaze!
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BLUEBERRY CORNBREAD RECIPE
BLUEBERRY CORNBREAD INGREDIENTS
LEMON LAVENDER GLAZE
EXTRA MAGICKAL TIDBITS!
Place your cornbread on a beautiful platter and adorn with fresh cut flowers. Sunflowers are a big symbol around this time. I used these cute helianthus! Just check for bugs before putting near your food! You can use this bread platter as an offering on your Lammas altar. Or you can cut a little piece and leave as a little fairy offering outside in your garden. You can put it in a little seashell or acorn cap! Fairies LOVE their sweet cakes and breads!
Thank you so much for using my recipe! If you tried this, I would love to see your photos! Tag me on INSTAGRAM @BOHEMIANMAGICSTUDIOS!
Hello Magickal Beings!
I hope you all had a wonderful Midsummer Solstice and Merry Litha! I hope you are enjoying the slowness of summer, tending to your gardens and knocking some unfinished projects off your to-do list! Before you know it, we'll be turning in for the colder seasons once again. Not quite yet though! We still have a couple more months left to tend our gardens and brave the heat! Even our plants and flowers might be subject to a bit of a draught, so I did some research and found out that a very special flower that I planted in my very own garden, holds some very magickal properties that are said to be used in RAIN MAGICK!
According to Scott Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs, "If pansies are picked when dew is still on them, it will soon rain"! I also found out that Pansies are in fact EDIBLE! As I was thumbing through my copy of Midsummer: Rituals, Recipes, & Lore for Litha, I found a recipe for Shortbread Cookies, when all of these concepts simultaneously crossed paths in my mind. I thought it would be cool to create my own version of this Shortbread Cookie, using Pansies as a topping, and when eaten, it would serve as an intentional blessing to keep my garden well watered by the skies through the hot summer. So I searched for pansy shortbread cookies to see if I could find out how to secure them to the tops of the cookies when I came across a recipe by Sugar and Charm.
The actual recipe I used was a bit of a cross between the recipe I found in the Midsummer Book and Sugar and Charm's website, as well as some add-ons and amendments I made, putting my own spin on things. Instead of the Rosemary as used in the Midsummer Book, I used culinary lavender buds instead, as well as orange zest and some drops of DoTerra's Wild Orange Essential Oil for an extra zesty taste!
Before I get into this recipe, you can actually watch me pick pansies and bake these cookies, along with some other recipes and projects for the Midsummer season in my Youtube Vlog here:
SHORTBREAD COOKIE DIRECTIONS
When your cookies are room temperature, now it's time to have fun decorating them with our beautiful edible pansy flowers! LET'S GO SNIPPETYBIP SOME PANSIES!
PICK YOUR PANSIES!
It is perfectly fine if these are not growing in your own garden. You might be able to find these or other edible flowers at your local grocery store, or specialty store. But if you DO have these in your garden, why not put them to good use!?!? And if you don't, these are a great flower to have in your garden, and you should definitely make a note to plant them next year! They actually will do well if you plant them in the fall... they enjoy the cooler weather much better!
DISCLAIMER: It is important to make sure that your pansies are certified organic, and don't contain any pesticides before using them for culinary purposes. DO NOT get them at a florist. Pick them from your own garden or purchase in the grocery store where they are sold with the intention of being ingested.
COOKIE TOPPING INGREDIENTS
SET YOUR INTENTION!
Now it is time to try one! When you eat your rain magick cookie, set the intention and picture Mother Earth opening her arms and sprinkling her refreshing water onto your blossoming garden. Envision your garden thriving, and reaffirm that you will have a bountiful harvest come the Lammas sabbat! After you finish your cookie, seal it with "SO MOTE IT BE!" and thank Gaia for all of her blessings.
If you try this recipe, post it to Instagram and tag me @BohemianMagicStudios so I can see your lovely creations!
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