Peaches N Cream Crumble Bars

 

These peaches n cream crumble bars are the best dessert I’ve ever had with peaches. That creamy filling and brown sugar oat topping!!

 

 

These peaches n cream crumble bars are the best dessert I've ever had with peaches. That creamy filling and brown sugar oat topping!!

 

I don’t think we even need to talk about these peaches n cream crumble bars. Let’s just sit and stare at them. My good gracious they are good. That buttery crust and topping is everything. It’s a little chewy, crisp, sweet and salty. You could eat it lone and be totally satisfied. But why would you settle for that when you could take it to the next level?

 

These peaches n cream crumble bars are the best dessert I've ever had with peaches. That creamy filling and brown sugar oat topping!!

 

 

Let’s add a little cream cheese gloriousness in there with fresh, juicy, sweet, golden peaches. That filling is so sweet, rich, creamy and wonderful. You really don’t even understand how much I love these bars. The crumble is perfect for such a lovely filling. And I actually really needed something delicious to take my mind off of something horrible.

 

These peaches n cream crumble bars are the best dessert I've ever had with peaches. That creamy filling and brown sugar oat topping!!

 

And by horrible I mean annoying. I’ve been bit by mosquitoes before, but this time is just crazy. Yes, we are talking about mosquito bites. Haha, I know!! Doesn’t it seem so lame? But truly, they are driving me nuts! I have 13, 13 you guys! I got 13 bites in jut 30 minutes. So ridiculous. And they just keep getting worse. They are ginormous, as in red and swollen bigger than a gold ball, and the itchiest sons of guns ever. I cannot even explain it! And 3 of them are starting to bruise. Dude, what will make them go away?! See, I did need a little dessert to take my mind off of the itch!

 

Will Peaches Ripen After They Have Been Picked?

Peaches, like apples and pears and avocados and tomatoes (among other fruits), can ripen after being picked.

The easiest method to ripen peaches is simply to leave peaches on the counter.

If you want to speed things up, pop the peaches in a paper bag.

It will contain the ethylene gas the fruit gives off, which hastens the ripening process.

 

What Can You Substitute for Cream Cheese?

You can use 1 cup pureed cottage cheese [or] 1 cup plain yogurt, strained overnight in a cheesecloth” for 1 cup of cream cheese.

 

How Long Will Brownies and Bars Keep?

Properly stored, brownies and bars will keep 3-4 days at room temperature.

They should be wrapped tightly or placed in an airtight container.

 

Peaches N Cream Crumble Bars

These peaches n cream crumble bars are the best dessert I've ever had with peaches. That creamy filling and brown sugar oat topping!!
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Peaches N Cream Crumble Bars

These peaches n cream crumble bars are the best dessert I've ever had with peaches. That creamy filling and brown sugar oat topping!!
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time25 mins
Total Time30 mins
Course: 100 Best Brownies and Bars Recipes
Keyword: bars, cream, cream cheese, crumble, dessert, peaches
Servings: 9 bars
Calories: 352kcal
Author: Sweet Basil

Ingredients

Cream Filling

  • 4 ounces cream cheese softened
  • 1/3 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 egg beaten
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
  • 3 peaches peeled, and sliced

Crumble

  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup all purpose flour
  • 1 cup quick oats
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 3/4 cup unsalted butter melted and cooled
  • 3/4 cup brown sugar

Instructions

  • Heat the oven to 350.
  • In a medium bowl, using a hand mixer, combine the cream cheese, powdered sugar, egg and vanilla.
  • Set aside.
  • Spray an 8x9" baking dish or line it with foil.
  • In a bowl, combine the salt and flour in a bowl.
  • Add the oats, baking soda, butter and sugar, stir with a wooden spoon until everything is moist.
  • Press half of the mixture into the baking dish and bake for 8 minutes.
  • Remove from the oven and allow to cool for 10-15 minutes.
  • Spread the cream cheese mixture over the bottom and layer with peaches.
  • Sprinkle the remaining crumble over the top and bake for an additional 15 minutes.

Nutrition

Serving: 1g | Calories: 352kcal | Carbohydrates: 38.4g | Protein: 4.6g | Cholesterol: 72.3mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 21g
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25 comments on “Peaches N Cream Crumble Bars”

  1. I’ve never seen an 8×9 pan. Is that accurate? Or was it supposed to be 8×8 or 9×9? 

  2. Heat a spoon and put the hot spoon on the bite. It is really weird but it stops the itching and doesn’t swell.

  3. Have made them twice both time they came out very runny? Not something I would want to share . Help??????

    • Hi Stephen, It’s hard to know what happened without being in the kitchen with you. Are you sure you’ve let them set up and not served warm? We’ve never had them turn out runny so I’m very confident the recipe works beautifully, we just need to figure out what is happening.

  4. I have made them twice both times they came out very runny is there a way to prevent this?

  5. I have made them twice and both times they turned out very runny? What is wrong?

  6. Sweet ! I have a small peach tree. Made this in prolly a bit bigger square then 8×8–I used more peaches. Plus-prolly wouldn’t hurt to use the whole 8 ozs of cream cheese! Why not? Gotta make sure you whip out those lumps, was too tired to get out my hand mixer! Was at room temp thou. I sprinkled cinnamon on top of peaches-and a dab of nutmg…yum!

  7. Ooohh…I’ve been longingly looking at the peaches at our local farmers market on Saturday mornings but didn’t have anything exciting to use them in. So I’ve passed them up. Now I have something I CAN’T WAIT to make and Saturday won’t get here fast enough!

  8. May I suggest an edit? I made it they way it was written first, but my cream turned out lumpy, luckily I had extra cream cheese to remake it. I suggest whipping the cream cheese alone first until it is light and fluffy. Then add the powdered sugar and vanilla (as if making cream cheese frosting). Finally add the egg (and if it is too runny then add more sugar). Also, make the crust first and prepare the cream while it is baking so the wait isn’t as long.

  9. I wish to make these bars as dessert for my family Sunday lunch but I have a very large family. If I double the ingredients will be equally delicious and good?

  10. Made these bars and they were delicious. However, my cream cheese filling turned out a little lumpy. I made it twice and it was lumpy both times. I used it in the recipe anyway because it still tasted great, but they didn’t look creamy like your pictures. Is there a secret trick to getting that custard type smoothness in the filling? Thanks so much!

    • Try letting your cream cheese come to room temperature before using. This should take care of the lumps. Enjoy!

      • My cream cheese was room temperature, but my egg was straight from the refrigerator. Do you think that could be the cause?

    • I think the best tip is to always use room temp cream cheese, which sometimes we don’t realize the center is still chilled and will create lumps. A great tip is to place the cream cheese, while still in the sealed foil, in a warm bowl of water until very soft and use an egg that has sat out for 15 minutes. Then beat the cream cheese alone first to smooth it out and then continue with the recipe. 🙂

  11. I always use rubbing alcohol on my bites, it always seems to help..

    I cant wait to try these yummy bars

  12. I need to make these now! So gorgeous!

  13. THIS may just have to be my final recipe to use up the rest of my summer peaches. Hellooooo breakfast this week!

  14. Three started to bruise? I’ve had my share of mosquito bites, but I’ve never been afflicted that badly… And the peaches & cream bars helped? Maybe if you ate another one? Sorry about your bug bites; they don’t sound fun at all! Seriously, the freshness in this dessert and the crumbles on top…

  15. Totally in love with these bars! Wish I had one now!