Georgia Peach Spice
Peaches are synonymous with the state of Georgia. In fact, in 1571 Franciscan monks introduced them to the islands off the Georgia coast. The idea behind this blend was to create a seasoning with the typical spice profile used in tried and true recipes for spiced peaches.
Use for sweet peach applications like cobblers and fried pies, but also with stone fruits like apricots, cherries, nectarines, and plums. Add a sweet and tangy flavor to cookies, grilled bananas or peaches, ice creams, and many other desserts. Use it as your secret ingredient for both sweet and savory sauces and dressings. Also try it as a seasoning for poultry and pork.
Vanilla Bean Sugar [sugar, vanilla beans, vanilla extract (vanilla beans, water, propylene glycol, natural ethanol, natural flavors, caramel color)], cinnamon, lemon peel, citric acid, cloves, allspice
Flavor of Georgia Peach Spice
This vanilla bean sugar-based spice is cinnamony with citrus and pungent notes.
Uses of Georgia Peach Spice
Use in both sweet and savory dishes. Add to baked goods like cookies, cakes, and pies. Sprinkle on ice cream and other desserts. Try in sauces and dressings. Season poultry and pork.