Honey Cinnamon Peach Pie

Sometimes you just need to bake a pie.

That’s what I tweeted last week when I was baking this peach pie. And, yes, I am going from talking about juicing and eating raw veggies (see this post about gazpacho if you’re not sure what I’m talking about) to talking about the therapeutic value of baking a pie. But, for me, both are equally important… All things in moderation.

Last week wasn’t a particularly good week at my house. It was busy, there was quite a bit of stress, and there were a lot of things that I was dealing with that were completely out of my control.  There were a few times where I felt as though I was on the brink of losing it completely. I’m not complaining (though, it may sound that way). I am just giving perspective.

What kept me from going over the edge was baking a peach pie. It was relaxing and stress relieving.  Even if it was just for a few minutes, I stopped worrying about everything else and just enjoyed the feel of the butter and flour between my fingers. I rolled out the pie dough and carefully wove strips of dough into a lattice crust. It was something I could control.

And, I am a control freak. I like things that I can control. Pie is one of those things.

Honey Cinnamon Peach Pie
(Makes one 9-inch pie, serves 8)

  • Dough for a Double Pie Crust
  • 6 cups peeled and chopped peaches
  • 1/3 cup honey
  • 1/4 cup quick cooking tapioca
  • 1 teaspoon ceylon cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 1 – 2 tablespoons heavy cream
  • 1 tablespoon raw sugar

Prepare the pie dough and refrigerate, if needed. Preheat the oven to 375°F.

In the meantime, stir together the peaches, honey, tapioca, cinnamon, and lemon juice in a large mixing bowl.  Toss to mix well.

Divide the pie dough in half.  Roll out the bottom crust and place it in the bottom of a pie dish.  Fill the bottom crust with the peach filling.  Then, roll out the remaining dough for the top of the pie.

You can simply place the top crust on top of the filling and cut slits in it.  Or, you can make a lattice crust (which, happens to be my preference).

Brush the top of the pie with heavy and sprinkle with raw sugar.  Cover the pie with aluminum foil, and bake for 30 minutes.  Remove the foil, and bake for an additional 30 minutes, until the filling is bubbly and the top of the pie is golden.  Allow the pie to cool on a wire rack before serving.

27 Responses to Honey Cinnamon Peach Pie

  1. I want nothing more at this moment than to sink my teeth into that pie.

  2. Nutmeg Nanny says:

    This pie is gorgeous! We cannot control what happens in our life, but we can control our food :)

  3. Oh I wish we would get better peaches! This pie looks so good!

  4. Francois says:

    Mouth watering … and soul healing…. what more can we ask?

    BTW your crust looks fantastic!

  5. Tracey says:

    Gorgeous pie Jen! I need to get going on baking a peach pie before it’s too late.

  6. Beautiful pie! I want a piece so bad! Love peach pie!

  7. Deb says:

    Your peach pie is lovely! I also bake to relax. Oh yes, and to enjoy the results!

  8. Your pie crust is absolutely beautiful. The pie sounds amazing, but I can’t get over the look of that crust! :)

  9. mis-cakes says:

    this looks fabulous. i need to try to make a pie soon and this might just be the ONE!

  10. Cinnamon… honey… peaches… I’m so on board.

  11. How beautiful :) You really cant beat a good fruity pie for a comforting summer pud, this sounds absolutely delicious :)

  12. Julia says:

    Shoot, I was eating ice cream while I was watching Sick, Fat and Nearly Dead. I only ate half the container though, moderation, moderation. I must confess, I never tire of reading your blog or seeing your gorgeous pictures. Don’t know if I’ve said that, so I wanted to tell you :)

  13. Paula says:

    You are such a great cook and baker! This pie is beautiful. Hoping your coming week hold much less stress for you than this one did.

    *worry about the things you can control, for those you can’t…bake pies and pray*

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  15. Penny Wolf says:

    Your crust is an absolute work of art! The presentation of the pie is lovely but the crust for me is the show stopper.

  16. Taylor says:

    What a beautiful pie! I only dream of making pies as pretty as that :) I wish I had a slice of that for breakfast right now!

  17. Focusing on the meticulousness of pie baking is very soothing. Your peach pie looks awesome my dear. Whoever got to eat it are lucky people!

  18. Tracy says:

    I like things I can control, too…wish there weren’t so many things that I can’t! This pie looks divine. Bookmarking it for when I go peach picking in a few weeks. :-)

  19. I wonder how sweet this pie is. I can smell the aromatic scent of the cinnamon from the photograph.

  20. Stefanie says:

    What an absolutely gorgeous pie! I love the addition of honey and cinnamon to the peaches. And I wish making pie were as relaxing for me as it is for you :) Pie is one of the baked goods I feel I have the least control over!

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  22. I love this pie Jen. We just got a bunch of peaches in our CSA and I was wondering what to do with them… Hmmmm….

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  24. Maria says:

    Your pie looks amazing! I was wondering if it was possible to use frozen peaches for this recipe? Thanks

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