Caramelized nectarines. #easydessert

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Last night I was trying to figure out an easy dessert for my husband and I that didn’t require a ton of work, used what I had on hand and could be prepared in a matter of minutes.

I found a solution in a matter of minutes.

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I admit, I remember seeing my friend Jen post about making these on Facebook a few days ago, so when I realized I pretty much had everything I needed, I went for it.

Caramelized Nectarines

You’ll need:

a few nectarines, the firmer the better
1-2 tablespoons butter
2-4 tablespoons brown sugar

something to serve them with,  I used cottage cheese.

Start by slicing up your nectarines. This is where it’s good they are a little firmer. Otherwise you get a slightly juicy mess like I did. It’s up to you whether you peel them or not.

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Once you have your nectarines sliced up, heat your butter in a large sauce pan on medium heat. You want the butter to just start bubbling but not be browning before you add your nectarines.

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Once your butter is all melty, add the nectarines and brown sugar, stirring to coat until nice and caramelly.

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Serve with cake, ice cream, yogurt or like I chose, cottage cheese.

Easy, simple and delicious.

 

 

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Comments

  1. Angela s says

    This sounds so yummy and easy. My kids would love this. I want to try it with peaches. They are sooo good right now. I’m also thinking for a special dessert it would be good to add a shortcake. Mmmmm! Thanks for this recipe. I’m gonna do it over the weekend!

  2. Miranda M says

    Yum, this looks really good and simple to make! I think I would look for an easy crumble-like topping to go along with this, and maybe some ice cream. Thanks for the recipe!

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