Peach Streusel Pie With Ginger

Peach Streusel Pie With Ginger combines the crunchy brown sugar crumble topping of a fruit crisp with the flakey crust of a pie. The filling of sliced sweet, fresh peaches, their caramelized juices mixing with brown sugar and the spice of fresh grated ginger is delicious. You can taste the sweet goodness of summer in each and every bite.

Ginger Peachy Streusel Pie
Peach Streusel Pie With Ginger

All during the summer, people have eaten wonderful sweet peaches in lots of salads, served alongside grilled meats and of course eaten in desserts but not in our home. After searching all summer long to find perfectly ripe peaches, I was thrilled to finally find some at the market that looked beautiful. They were still a little firm so I placed them in a bowl to ripen. After two days, they had the slightest give and you could smell their wonderful peach aroma when you walked pass them sitting on the counter. I had perfectly ripe peaches but now the question became how was I going to enjoy them.

A Bowl Of Fresh Peaches
A Bowl Of Fresh Peaches

Growing up in Texas, the first sweet peaches were always turned into peach ice cream to celebrate the 4th of July. After that, fresh peaches would usually be made into peach cobbler. Both desserts symbolized summer to me and still do. I don’t have an ice cream machine at our summer cottage in Maine and didn’t have enough peaches to make a large cobbler. I decided to turn my six beautiful peaches into a pie and it turned out terrific.

A Slice of Peach Pie, A Taste of Summer In Each Bite
A Slice of Peach Streusel Pie, A Taste of Summer In Each Bite

Peach Streusel Pie With Ginger

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.

  • 1 pie crust – Use your favorite recipe for a single 9 inch pie crust or use a pre made refrigerated pie crust


  • 1/2 c. brown sugar
  • 1/4 c. cornstarch
  • a pinch of salt
  • 1 Tbsp. lemon juice
  • 6 peaches, peeled*
  • 2 inch piece of fresh ginger, peeled and grated

In a large bowl, mix the sugar, cornstarch and salt together, then stir in the lemon juice. Cut the peaches in half, remove the pit, slice and then add to the bowl. Stir in the grated ginger and let rest while you prepare the streusel.

*For easy peeling, bring a pot of water to a boil and blanch the peaches for ten seconds, immerse in ice water, then the skins will slip off easily with your fingers.


  • 1/2 c. flour
  • 1/4 c. brown sugar
  • 1/4 c. butter, cut into small cubes and softened
  • pinch of salt

Place all the ingredients in a small bowl and mix with a pastry blender or fork. Then use fingertips to press into clumps.

To assemble the pie

Place the crust into a 9 inch glass pie pan. Trim to fit, leaving about a half-inch overhang, fold under and crimp the edge. Spoon in the filling and sprinkle the streusel over the peaches. Place on a foil or Silpat lined baking sheet (to catch juices that may bubble over) and bake on the lower rack of the oven for 15 minutes. Reduce heat to 375 degrees and bake for 30 more minutes until the juices are bubbling thickly and the streusel is golden brown. If getting too brown, cover with foil. Remove from the oven and let the pie cool for at least an hour before serving.


I served the peach streusel pie with vanilla ice cream but whipped cream would be delicious as well. It was worth waiting for perfectly ripe peaches to make this pie. Peaches mixed with the caramelized goodness of brown sugar and ginger is a memorable taste of summer. I hope you will try the pie and enjoy it as much as I did.

For many people living in the US, the Labor Day holiday marks the end of summer even though fall doesn’t officially begin until the 22nd of September. I’m never willing to have summer end before it should. To my many friends living south of the equator, I hope fresh ripe peaches will be in your future before too long.

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226 thoughts on “Peach Streusel Pie With Ginger

  1. This is my favorite kind of pie, and with the addition of ginger it’s a real winner. I bet ginger ice cream would be great with it, too. Can you believe summer is so close to being over? I don’t know where the time has gone! Hope your season in Maine has been a good one.

    1. Hi Linda, I thought the ginger went perfect with the sweet peaches. Our local ice cream stand has “Ginga” ice cream…we almost picked some up but I had vanilla in the freezer. 🙂 It has been a nice summer in Maine…even though the weather wasn’t the best this year. Hope you have had a good one as well.

  2. Karen, That peach pie looks delicious! One of our favorite teas is peach-ginger so I know how wonderful those flavors are together. And yes, I totally agree about preserving the summer days. I have been talking about that idea too! Here in New England, while we appreciate the golden autumn colors and the glistening winter days, those precious summer days are too fleeting to rush! Linda

    1. Hi Linda, I appreciate your compliment. The flavor of peaches and ginger go so well together, I’m glad you agree. I think all of us New Englanders want to hold on to every precious of summer. 🙂

    1. Hi Lizzy, I can appreciate how you feel…winter’s cold will be ending for you soon. I’m happy you like the recipe and thank you for your compliment.

    1. Hi Princess, Thank you for stopping by for a visit and your nice compliment. I’m glad that you agree about the wonderful combination of ginger and peaches.

  3. Your pie is calling my name, with a huge scope of ice cream please, thanks.
    Our local peaches are big, sweet and juicy this year, I understand our wacky spring weather was good for our local fruits, expecting the best ever apple harvest.

    1. Hi Norma, This pie is so good…I’m having another slice this evening. 🙂 I had a long wait to get good peaches but they are delicious.

  4. Yum!! I must tell you that the best Strawberry Pie I ever had was on Deer Island there in Maine—and now I must try my hand at this delicious looking Peach Pie–with the remaining Georgia peaches 🙂

    1. Hi Julie, I believe you will enjoy using your delicious Georgia peaches in this pie. I thought it was really good and I’m happy to know that you want to prepare it. Maine is known for having some good pie bakers, I bet your strawberry pie was terrific.

  5. Okay……….Karen……….this one is over-the-top!! The combination of the flaky crust, crunch top and GINGER………..OMG…I bet the flavors and texture is amazing. As much as we like ginger, I never thought of putting it in a peach pie.

    1. Thank you for your lovely compliment, Tin Man…I appreciate it. I believe this pie really does have everything going for it. 🙂 I love fresh ginger in so many recipes and I think you will enjoy it with peaches.

    1. Oh my goodness, Maureen, I can’t believe you lived in Georgia and never had a slice of peach pie. You have no idea what you missed. Well…you will definitely have to try it when delicious sweet peaches are in season. 🙂

  6. Peaches are summer to me too. I was just telling my husband, who grew up eating canned peaches, about my summers in Missouri sitting atop a shed right by our peach tree so I could pick the warm, sunkissed peaches from the top. They were so juicy from ripening right on the tree that it would run down my arms and cover my shirt. I ate as many out of hand as I could and mom would make pies or cobbler with the rest.
    Your peach pie reminded me of those summers of my youth and it is rare that I find peaches that good anymore. I love the idea of adding the spice of ginger. “Perfect!” was my first thought, love this.

    1. Hi Judy, I’m happy that this post brought back such nice memories. I know what you mean about peaches being so juicy that the juice runs down your arm when eating them. They are hard to find like that now unless you go to an orchard where you can pick them ripe off the trees. I’m glad you like my addition of ginger…it goes so well with the peaches. I enjoyed your comment, thank you for sharing!

    1. Hi Paula, It is so hard to find really good peaches anymore…especially the ones we remember that were juicy and full of flavor. I’m glad to know that you like the recipe with the addition of ginger. Thank you for your compliment.

    1. Thank you Laila, for your nice compliment. I agree with you that fresh sliced peaches on top of cereal is such a nice way to start the day.

  7. I’m making a pie today too! Now I wish I had some peaches instead of wild Maine blues! LOL! I also wish you could send me a slice of your delicious pie! Have a wonderful weekend!

    1. Hi Mary, I’m glad that you like my pie but I know your wild blue berry pie will be delicious too. Let’s see…we are an hour’s drive apart, perhaps we could exchange slices at the rest stop on the Maine turnpike. 🙂 Have a great holiday weekend as well.

    1. Hi Donna, I’m glad that you like peach pie as much as I do. I believe you will like this pie as we thought it was delicious. Thank you for your nice comment and enjoy the pie!

  8. Your pie is to-die-for! I bought peaches last week at the farmer’s market and made a cobbler. Now I’m looking for a good pie recipe and here it is. Your pie really looks amazing.

    1. Hi Lynda, It is nice to hear from you, I hope you are almost back to normal now after your knee surgery. Thank you for your lovely compliment. I’m sure your cobble was great and now I’m happy that I could supply you with a peach pie recipe. Enjoy!

  9. It’s hard to choose which is my favorite fruit because they’re all so good, but a fully ripe peach is one of life’s true pleasures, at least to me. We didn’t make a peach pie this year — I can’t believe it! So much other good stuff to make. Well, we’ll make up for it with plenty of apple pies in the fall! Good looking pie — thanks.

    1. Hi John, I’m glad you like the pie…thanks. I agree with you about a peach being one of life’s simple pleasures. It took me most of the summer to find peaches good enough for a pie so don’t feel bad. You know I will be have a few apple pies in my future too with three hundred trees in my back yard when we go back to New Hampshire this fall. 🙂

  10. I always have a hard time letting go of Summer too! And Peach Pie is a must for me every summer. I’ve never paired peaches with ginger but it sounds intriguing!

    1. Hi Jan, Thank you for stopping by for a visit. I’m happy that you like the thought of adding ginger to peach pie, my husband and I thought it was delicious. Thank you for your comment.

    1. Hi Wendy, I’m glad that you like my peach pie. We really enjoyed its crunchy streusel topping and ginger peachy flavor. Thank you for your lovely compliment. Have a wonderful holiday weekend. 🙂

  11. I dislike being allergic to peaches. I wish I could eat them because I would soooooo make this, this weekend. But I think my mother would love this recipe so I’m sending this her way 🙂

    1. Oh Kay, I’m sorry to hear that you are allergic to peaches. 😦 I appreciate that you are sending the recipe to your mother, I hope she will enjoy it. Thank you!

    1. Thank you Dedy, for your compliment. The streusel topping would be terrific with cinnamon and the flavor will go well with the peaches and ginger.

    1. Thank you Traci, for you lovely compliment. I always keep fresh ginger in my refrigerator and thought it would go nicely with the peaches. Since you like ginger the way I do, I think you will enjoy this pie. My husband and I thought it was terrific.

    1. Hi Amy, I’m glad that you like the streusel topping on the peach pie. I love the added crunch with the texture of the soft peaches. I think the ginger was a terrific flavor booster. Thank you for your nice compliment.

    1. Thank you Georgia, for your nice compliment. My husband and I really enjoyed the pie…the fresh ginger was such a nice compliment to the sweetness of the peaches.

  12. Karen, you are driving me nuts …. this is just what I would love to have a big piece of now .. crawling up in my big bed … with some episodes of House of Cards … and with ice cream on top.
    I love the combination ginger and fruit. Not a pie person, but this … no problem.
    Your photos are just screaming at me … eat me .. eAt Me .. EAT ME!
    I wish you a pleasant weekend.

    1. Hi Viveka, I wish I could send you a slice of this dessert…no I wish I could send you the whole pie. 🙂 I hope you have a nice weekend as well. Thank you for your nice compliment and take care. 🙂

  13. Karen-another winner! It looks fantastic.
    We’re in the midst of the Red Haven peach season,–they are especially good this year. As I was slicing up some for the freezer this morning, the juice was just running off my hands. I can’t recall the last time we had such good ones. I shall definitely try this recipe. Not really sure if hubby will leave it alone to cool for an entire hour, however!
    Hope you’re having a great summer. Temps have been cool all month here until this past week. It almost feels as if summer…..wasn’t.
    BUT—-I got a few Brandywine tomatoes so life is good.
    Take care and enjoy the holiday weekend.

    1. Thank you for your lovely compliment, Sue. You are so lucky to be in an area that has wonderful peaches…it took me a long time to find good ones this year. It is hard waiting to cut into this pie but the juices thicken as it cools. I’m so happy that you got some Brandywines! I’ll do a post about my poor tomato plants soon. We have gotten a few tomatoes but we have had cool, wet weather here. I’m fighting just to keep the plants from succumbing to disease and hoping that I’ll get a few more tomatoes to ripen. Let’s hope that next year will be better. 🙂

      1. That’s the thought that keeps ALL gardeners going–“Next Year”!!
        Good luck on your tomatoes, Karen.

  14. Karen, peach pie is is a truely wonderful treat at this time of year, if and when you can get wonderful peaches (like you did). The addition of ginger certainly must be delicious in combination with the peaches and I think I can almost smell how wonderful your kitchen must have smelled when you baked this lovely pie, dear Karen!
    Hope you are having a great Friday and a wonderful weekend! Liebe Grüße aus Bonn – kind regards from Bonn!

    1. Hi Andrea, I thought the fresh ginger added a wonderful flavor to one of my favorite summer fruit pies. I’m glad you like the idea…thank you. Enjoy the weekend with your lovely family.

  15. Summer fruits are so beautiful. I’ve got a basket of apricots destined for apricot crumble bars but it’s going to be a close call after seeing your lovely pie.

    1. Hi Boleyn, I’m glad you like the looks of the pie. Summer’s fresh fruits are all so delicious and I know your apricot crumble bars will be terrific…I love them. 🙂

  16. Hi Karen. Good choice! In my opinion, there is no better way to enjoy seasonal fruit than pie! I just love the addition of the ginger here too. What a nice flavor combo! Thank you for sharing!

    1. Hi Monet, A fruit pie is always good and I thought this one turned out to really well. I’m glad you like the idea of adding the fresh ginger…I think it went perfectly with the sweet peaches. Thank you for your nice compliment.

  17. YUM! Well you must know by now how I feel about my peaches! And ironically I just finished eating the most delicious, ripe, delicate, white peach just before reading this post!

    1. Hi Carol, I’m glad that you like the pie. I had to smile at your comment about eating a white peach. My husband caused white peaches to be wiped out in five minutes at a farm stand in Newbury, Mass. He told everyone standing around him that the peaches he was buying had the most incredibly aroma of any peach he had ever experienced. 🙂

  18. I’ve noticed several very delicious recipes for peaches recently. All of them, including yours, so, so edible! Interesting to note the use of cornstarch (we call it cornflour) as that would turn all of those juices into a thick sauce, I suppose. The reason for writing that is simple as I’m hoping to do a pear (as in sauce) and apple pie over the weekend. Both are in season right now. And I’ve never made pie before! It’ll be bordering on a disaster – and if not my kitchen will be!

    1. Hi Johnny, I’m glad you like the pie. The cornstarch or cornflour, as many call it, is added to thicken the juices in fruit pies. You can also use tapioca or flour. If not thickened, the juices tend to run out of the pie when sliced and can also create a soggy crust. The juicer the fruit, the more thickener is needed. Make sure to use a baking sheet under the pie pan to catch any juices that may bubble over. Good luck with your pies…I’m sure they will be terrific. 🙂

  19. This is such a beautiful, homey looking pie – the kind of thing that should grace every kitchen counter top before summer truly ends. I’ll be buying a basket of peaches this weekend and baking your pie in my kitchen. Can’t wait!

    1. Hi Lindy, I’m happy to know that you want to prepare the pie…thank you for your nice compliment. This is a simple pie but so good with its sweet streusel topping. Enjoy!

    1. Hi Tandy, I had to wait a long time to find great peaches this year but they were delicious. I’ve always associated peaches with ice cream that we had each summer when I was a little girl. 🙂

  20. This looks sooo delicious, Karen! You have inspired me to pick up some ripe peaches from the market this weekend. I am interested in a good peach ice cream recipe. If you have one that you like to use maybe you would share that with us sometime?

    1. Hi Laura, This pie really was good…thank you. I have seen lots of peaches growing during my trips to Germany so I hope you find some good ones at the market. We have an ice cream stand just a block down the road here at the lake that has all natural ice cream that is delicious so I don’t have an ice cream machine.

    1. Hi Bobbie, I wish I could put a slice of the pie in my email and hit the send button. It would cool off just enough by the time it got to you to eat. 🙂 I hope you have a terrific weekend as well…thank you.

    1. Thank you for your nice compliment, Sam. I go by the aroma when I select peaches…they have a luscious smell when they are ripe. I believe you would enjoy the ginger…I thought its flavor was a good complement to the peaches. I hope you enjoy the holiday weekend as well.

  21. Waw! I am ready to lick the screen, Karen! Your ginger streusel peach pie looks just fabulous!
    I am so going to make that today! I would devour it drizzled with home-made hot vanilla custard,…ooh yes! MMMMMM!

    1. Thank you for your nice compliment, Sophie. I hope you will enjoy the pie. Your idea of a hot vanilla custard with it sounds wonderful. 🙂

    1. Hi Mad Dog, I don’t prepare many sweets but I can tell you that this is one delicious dessert. This ginger gives the peaches a great flavor. 🙂

    1. Hi Carolyn, I think aroma is a great way to tell when peaches are perfectly ripe…you can almost smell their sweetness. Strudel is a wonderful way to use fruit. 🙂

  22. Beautiful peaches you have found Karen. We have a bumper crop here in Nashville due to the nice summer weather we had….later summer, right now, not so much. You have made a stunning pie!

    1. Thank you for your nice compliment, Teresa…the pie was delicious. I was beginning to think I wouldn’t find good peaches this year but these turned out to be perfect. I’m glad you had a good crop this year, the south is known for their peaches.

    1. Hi Southern, You are right on both counts. 🙂 This recipe would work well with apples. You know I’ll be having lots of them in my future…the trees in our orchard are loaded this year.

    1. Hi Fae, I love peaches too but it was a challenge finding nice ones this year…these were great. Thank you for your compliment about the pie. The fresh ginger really gave this pie a wonderful flavor.

  23. OMG that is a beautiful summer pie…..So, so, so pretty. Peaches in the south are wrapping up and with any luck fall will be just around the corner.

    1. Thank you Velva, for your nice compliment. I’m happy that I found these nice peaches…the pie turned out great. With fall around the corner, I’ll be picking apples for the next pie we eat. The trees in our orchard are loaded this year.

    1. Hi Kelli, The pie was as good as it looks and of course a little ice cream on the side makes my husband happy. Thank you for your nice compliment.

    1. Hi Becki, I wanted to make something a little different and I thought this pie was terrific with its streusel topping. The fresh ginger really enhanced the flavor. Thank you for your compliment.

  24. Streusel topping is, for me, the best way to top a pie. Add that to your ginger-flavored filling and this pie is the perfect way to take advantage of the fresh peaches at our markets.

    1. Thank you Debra, for your nice compliment. I’m happy to know that you liked the combination. The fresh ginger gives an outstanding flavor to the pie. 🙂

    1. Hi Dana, I love the taste a streusel topping gives to baked goods. It goes especially well on a fruit pie…I think you would really like it.

    1. Thank you for your compliment, Lea Ann…I’m glad you like the recipe. I hope you and your guests will enjoy the pie if you decide to make it.

  25. I can’t believe I haven’t made not one Peach Pie this season. Why oh why has the time just slipped away for Peach Season? Good thing I did manage to freeze some fresh peaches which of course won’t be totally fresh anymore once defrosted:)

    Your Peach Pie looks delicious Karen. I love it with the streusel topping. It just adds that hint of crunch and sweetness. Oh how I wish I had a teeny slice right now!

    Thank you so much for sharing…

    1. Hi Louise, I know where you are coming from. Summer has passed so quickly and these were the first peaches that I found that were nice. Wish I could send you a slice of the pie…it was delicious. Thank you for your nice comment.

  26. Your pie looks so delicious, Karen. Peach is one of my favorites and I usually use a top crust. Your version is mouthwatering and I’m going to try it before the season is over. There is nothing more delicious than a perfectly ripe peach…yum.

  27. The peach pie looks fabulous! I love the idea to add fresh ginger. I have only added sometimes dried ginger to certain cakes, but never fresh one. I must test it one day. Thank you for the inspiration.

    1. Hi Sissi, I’m glad you like the pie…thank you for your compliment. I think you will enjoy using fresh ginger as it really adds so much addition flavor. I thought it went very well with the peaches.

  28. Oh Karen, you certainly have a way of describing your dishes to make me crave them … Immediately. I know exactly what you mean about holding out for just the right peach – not too hard and not all mealy.
    I don’t know if you celebrating the unofficial end of summer up there with the thunder, lightening, and downpour that we had here, but it was quite an impressive Labor Day display.

    1. Hi Diane, Thank you for your very kind words, I appreciate your compliment. Oh yes, nature put on quite a show last night…the weather was just like what you described here at the lake as well.

  29. I’ve been dying for peach pie all summer! Every time I bring home peaches, they always go bad before I can get to them. Maybe I’ll give them a try again at next weekend’s farmer’s market.
    BTW that blanching trick you mentioned sounds handy. Peeling peaches with a peeler or pairing knife is definitely tricky business!

    1. Hi Ruth, It seems if you buy a peach that feels ripe, it goes bad fast but a rock hard one never has any taste. I was lucky with the peaches that I bought…two days and they were “just right”. The 10 second blanch works so good. Once the peaches are cool enough to tough, just rub your fingers and the skin slips right off. I believe peeling any other way is wasteful and as you say “tricky business”.

    1. Thank you Marlene, for your very kind words. I’m happy to know that you like the recipe. I do hope you get a chance to make it, my husband and I thought the pie was really delicious.

    1. Hi Charlie, I was thinking of all my friends from the “land down under” when I ended this post. I know you are all looking forward to warm weather and summer fruit. I’m glad that you like my peach pie with the fresh ginger. Thank you for your nice compliment.

  30. Oh, your pie sounds terrific, Karen! I hate fiddling with double crusts…and the fresh ginger sounds like an amazing addition. I have 10 lbs of peaches in my fridge…and this pie has just made the short list 🙂

    1. Hi Liz, I’m very envious of the 10 pounds of peaches in your refrigerator. I hope that if you use some of those peaches for my pie recipe that you enjoy it as much as my husband and I did. Thank you for your nice compliment.

    1. Thank you Michelle, for your nice compliment. I’m glad that you like the recipe and want to make the peach pie. I hope you will enjoy it..we thought it was delicious.

  31. Scrumptious! I used to make a peach pie with crumb topping which I loved, but haven’t made it in years. I’m really intrigued by the combination of ginger and peaches. I saw it in a jam recipe recently too, and I really want to give it a try. Happy Labor Day!

    1. Hi TW, I hope you had a nice Labor Day holiday too…we have had nothing but rainstorms here at the lake for the last couple of days. Thank you for your nice compliment. I think you will really like how the fresh ginger adds so much to the flavor of this pie and yes, make a streusel pie soon. 🙂

  32. I want this for breakfast! Would love to just grab a spoon and start eating right off my computer screen. This looks SO GOOD! Hope you’re having a wonderful weekend!

    1. Hi MJ, Wish I could pass you a slice of this pie through your screen…it was delicious. Actually, I would enjoy sharing some with you for breakfast as well. We had a nice but very rainy weekend…I hope yours was lovely. 🙂

  33. Peaches and ginger are a perfect combination. I can’t believe I’ve never thought of making a pie like this. Thanks for the great idea!

    1. Hi Beth, This was perhaps one of the best peach pies I have had. Loved the fresh ginger with the peaches…it really enhanced the flavor. Thank you for your nice compliment. I’m happy to know that you like the recipe.

    1. Thank you Katerina, I’m happy to know that you like the looks of the peach pie. It was worth waiting until summer was almost over to find delicious peaches.

  34. What a lovely idea to pair the peaches with ginger Karen, I bet it was fantastically delicious! Your scoop of ice cream looks perfect too, and home made I’m sure. We’re still having a few warmer days so I’ll save this for a slightly cooler time which I’m sure is coming right up!

    1. Hi Eva, I’m glad you like the flavor combination…the fresh ginger added so much flavor to the peaches. Cooler weather has arrived in Maine, it is 65 this afternoon and it is going to go down to the middle 30’s by tomorrow morning.

    1. Thank you Amy, for your compliment. The peaches used in this pie were delicious. I thought that adding the fresh ginger made the pie special.

  35. Oh Karen, this peach pie with ginger topped with streusel sounds magic…and yes, I would love mine served with a scoop of ice cream.
    Thanks for the recipe and hope you are enjoying your week 😀

    1. Hi Juliana, I appreciate your lovely compliment. I think this was an especially good dessert…I’m glad you like it. I hope you are having a nice week as well, thank you.

  36. What a beautiful pie, Karen! Peach pie is my favorite. We’re living near peach orchards now and we’re devouring peaches daily. I keep putting some aside to bake with, but then they get eaten! I’ll have to hide them better and make your pie. 🙂

    1. Thank you Hannah, for your nice compliment. I can appreciate having an orchard nearby to get fresh picked and perfectly ripe peaches. They are so wonderful when they have been left to ripen on the trees.

    1. Hi Kiran, I wish I could share a piece of this pie with you. 🙂 I do think you would enjoy the flavor combination of the peaches and fresh ginger. Thank you for your nice compliment.

  37. Mmm mmm, what a gr8 pic!! I could almost taste it!! Ginger is so good, I’m sure it would be yum in apple pie too.

    1. Thank you Dahlia, I’m happy to know that you enjoyed the photos. Yes, I do think fresh ginger would go very well in apple pie too. I’m going to try it when we start picking the apples in our orchard.

  38. Peaches and Ginger,what an amazing combination.
    Love that you used brown sugar in this recipe ,it’s so tasty and much healthier than its white cousin.
    This pie is such a temptation 🙂

    1. Hi Cory, I’m happy that you like the looks of the pie…it was delicious. I’m happy that you are sharing the post with your readers through a reblog.

  39. We’ve been eating peaches in everything before they start disappearing from the market! Thanks for this beautiful recipe– looks like a brilliant combinations of flavors!

    1. Thank you France, for your nice compliment. I had to smile…I remember when you had told me how much you loved peaches when I commented on your tostadas topped with peaches. I think you would really enjoy the added flavor that the fresh ginger gives to the pie.

  40. Karen, this pie looks absolutely perfect and heavenly! Aren’t fresh summer RIPE peaches just the juiciest and the sweetest? Pinning and bookmarking! Thank you also for the tip to add ginger!


    1. Thank you Roz, for your lovely compliment. I do think you will like the fresh ginger in this pie. I appreciate you pinning and bookmarking the recipe.

  41. Hi Karen – this looks so good… I meant to come by a few days ago to tell you I’d shared a link to it on my facebook page but I forgot. Streusel = awesome, and it’s perfect timing for it too… should make the most of the peaches while we can!

    1. Hi Charles, Thank you so much for adding a link about my pie on your Facebook page…that is so nice. I am happy that I put a streusel topping on the peaches instead of a top crust. My husband was just asking me about you and it wasn’t five minutes later that your comment popped up. 🙂

      1. Absolutely! I’ve always enjoyed the way your love of life comes through your comments and always read them to my husband. He feels like he knows you and asked if I had heard from you lately. Hopefully one of these days we will get a chance to meet. 🙂

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