Don’t have time to make a peach pie? Try these luscious dumplings instead, with peach halves wrapped in buttermilk biscuit dough. Baking them in maple syrup yields a gooey sauce that’s hard to resist.
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Dough too dry on top and soggy at the bottom due to sirup. I wont make this again.
These were disappointing, mostly because of the boring dough, but there wasn't a lot of flavor otherwise either. Not enough maple flavor to make them exciting.
This recipe turned out perfectly and received rave reviews from my dinner guests. The dough was light and flaky and the peaches tender and flavourful. One of the best desserts I've made!
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