Peach Crumbles for Two are perfect for those last couple of peaches in your kitchen. Whip up these quick and easy individual crumbles for a wonderful summer dessert to share with your favorite peach lover!
My tendency every summer is to go a little overboard with fresh fruits. It’s just so hard to resist all those great seasonal flavors! That tends to leave me with a little bit of this and that sometimes. That’s when an easy, scaled-down dessert is just the thing.
These Peach Crumbles for Two are one of my favorite things to make when I am craving a peach treat but don’t have enough peaches for a big dessert. You only need about a cup of chopped or sliced peaches to make these darling desserts.
As is the case with so many crumble desserts, these are made even better with a scoop of ice cream. Add a scoop to these warm crumbles, grab a spoon, and dive in! Vanilla is a great choice, of course, but don’t hesitate to branch out with other flavors like butter pecan or coconut. Or how about adding a drizzle of caramel sauce? Yum!
I like to make these crumbles in shallow dishes so there’s more surface area on top for the crumb topping. Any 6- to 8-ounce baking dish will work, though. Ramekins are always a good choice. You can also make this in just one 12- to 16-ounce baking dish. Just keep in mind that if you use dishes that are taller and not as wide, you may not need all of the topping from the recipe.
If you’ve got a couple of peaches lingering in your kitchen, turn them quickly and easily into these delicious Peach Crumbles for Two. These beauties are also great when you don’t want leftovers or just want something special for a meal for two. Add this recipe to your go-to list for desserts in a hurry!
More Desserts for Two
- Double Chocolate Skillet Brownies for Two
- Mini Skillet Mixed Berry Pies
- Dark Chocolate Bourbon Bread Puddings
17 Comments on “Peach Crumbles for Two”
I love peach crumble! Looks so delicious and comforting. Such a great dessert with some ice cream on top ♥
Is there supposed to be sugar in the topping?
Oops! Yes, I’ve updated the recipe to add the sugar. Thank you, Gloria!
Jennifer, I made this numerous times this summer and it was delicious 😋. I was going to switch to apples. Have you made it with apples?
Thanks, Marge! It should work just fine with apples. Enjoy!
Works well with pears too banging
Yay! We bought 150 pounds of freshly picked Georgia peaches this summer. Absolutely divine. We have been on a jam making binge, coming up with with every variation of peach jam imaginable. (My personal fav is chocolate peach). Yum! But we haven’t found the time to bake yet, so this recipe hits the nail on the head, and shall be served at dinner tonight, perhaps with a little sweet dark cherry sauce to gild the lille. Thank you!
That’s a lot of peaches! Enjoy, Susan!
Can smell and taste this terrific recipe right through the screen. Gonna make this tonite and add toasted and chopped Texas pecans to gild the lily.
This is so yummy! I have made it numerous times! My mom had it and then went home and made it the next day. We love it. The only thing I do wish is that there was a “multiply button.” Some recipes give you the measurements for how much you want to make… 2 servings is just not enough!
I’m glad you enjoyed it, Hannah!
Made these last night and they were SO good. Even my hard to please husband really liked them! That is saying something! Definitely making these again and again!
That’s great to hear, Kathleen!
I made this tonight with some of our own fresh peaches and it is delicious! Added a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Definitely making it again. Thanks! 🍑
Yes, ice cream is a must! So glad you enjoyed it!
I don’t have any oats. Can I substitute the oats for 3 TB more flour? Thanks
Hi, Laurel. That should work. If needed, you can add a bit more butter to make a crumbly mixture.