Peaches and Cream Pie

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Fresh ripe peaches make this Peaches and Cream Pie refreshing and delicious. And a pre-made crust makes it easy! Peaches and Cream Pie makes a for a perfect summer dessert to bring to your next potluck dinner or get together. You might also want to try my Strawberry Pie (with Jello!) if you have fresh strawberries begging to be used fresh!

slice of peaches and cream pie with whipped cream and mint leaf

Peaches and Cream Pie | With Fresh Peaches

It’s over 100 degrees in Portland this week and I baked a pie. In my house. Which has no a/c.

Wait, who’s idea was this? —>a statement I’ve heard a lot from my husband these last few days.

Let this be a lesson to show how dedicated I am to this blog of mine.

You’re welcome, America.

It could also prove my insanity. But that’s neither here nor there. Another topic for another day.

So, yes. Back to the topic at hand: I baked you all a pie. A delicious, refreshing, sweet and creamy pie.

If you think you can’t make pies, think again. This is like a pie recipe 101 for dummies. Anyone can make this and succeed because it is truly that easy. Just start with a premade crust and go from there. Or if you’re feeling a little a little risque, make one from scratch. Few ingredients, easy peasy steps and it comes out delicious every time! Just be sure to use ripe peaches. Do that one thing and you are GOLDEN.

Main Ingredients Needed

  • 9 inch pie crust– baked and cooled.
  • Cream cheese, granulated sugar, vanilla- whipped together to create the cream part of our pie.
  • Fresh ripe peaches– juicy ripe peaches are the best!
  • Lime juice or Lemon juice– used to help the peaches from turning brown.
  • Whipped cream– totally optional

How To Make Peaches and Cream Pie | Directions

Step 1: Make Crust

Make a pie crust and bake that sucker! This is a great recipe. Or this one is good too. You can also make it easier on yourself and use a store bought, pre-made crust.

Step 2: Whip Cream Cheese Mixture Together

Whip cream cheese, sugar and vanilla together until smooth. Spread into the bottom of pie shell and refrigerate whilst you work on the peach portion of this recipe.

Baked pie shell with cream cheese filling
washed whole peach

Step 3: Slice Peaches

Slice cheeks off of fresh peaches and cut into slices. Toss with lime {or lemon} juice. The acidity in the lemon juice prevents the peaches from turning brown. Then, arrange in concentric circles around the pie.

sliced peaches in a bowl
sliced peaches in a bowl
peaches and cream pie

Line them up all pretty lookin’ on your pie and that’s pretty much it!

Peaches and cream pie with pieces missing

Slice it up, add some whipped cream if you feel so inclined and give it a taste!

I tell ya, fresh and juicy summer peaches are the bomb!

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Storing Peaches and Cream Pie

Store remaining pie in the fridge. Transfer to an airtight container or tightly placed plastic wrap over the top. The pie should be good in the fridge for 4-5 days.

Obsessed with peaches? Try these recipes out next:

Have a wonderful Tuesday!

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Fresh Peaches and Cream Pie

Fresh ripe peaches make this Peaches and Cream Pie refreshing and delicious. And a pre-made crust makes it easy.
servings 8 servings
Prep Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour


  • 1 9 inch pie crust baked and cooled, This is a good recipe
  • 8 oz cream cheese softened
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 2-3 fresh ripe peaches
  • 1 tablespoon lime juice or lemon juice
  • whipped cream optional


  • Prepare pie crust according to recipe directions.
  • Whip cream cheese, sugar and vanilla together until smooth. Spread into the bottom of pie shell.
  • Slice cheeks off of fresh peaches and cut into slices. Toss with lime {or lemon} juice, then arrange in concentric circles around the pie.
  • Refrigerate until ready to serve. Cut into slices and top with whipped cream.


Calories: 252kcal | Carbohydrates: 23g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 16g | Saturated Fat: 8g | Cholesterol: 31mg | Sodium: 193mg | Potassium: 135mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 10g | Vitamin A: 503IU | Vitamin C: 3mg | Calcium: 35mg | Iron: 1mg
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Peaches and Cream Pie
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  2. Sara h

    This is amazing! I made it today and everyone loved it. I did double everything so there was more heft to it. Will be making this again soon! Think I might try this with blackberries too.

  3. Renee

    This looks so delicious! I love peaches!! perfect for summer. I love strawberries and cream also would I be able to substitute strawberries with this recipe?

    1. Lauren

      Portland has very mild weather the entire year except for a couple weeks in the summer. Most homes don’t have ac here. It usually gets up to mayyyybe 90 in late July/early August, but this summer has been particularly hot.

  4. Erin @ The Spiffy Cookie

    So pretty! I love peach season I am going to be so sad when it’s over. Every year it’s a mad rush to eat as many peaches in sight haha.

  5. Becky

    Simple fresh desserts are the best. I almost feel bad cooking or mixing up fruit with anything else right now. It is just so good on its own, and especially good on top of this cream pie- oh my!!

  6. Natalie @ Paper & Birch

    This looks so refreshing!
    The only way I can bake right now is to drag our large portable a/c from our bedroom to our living room every day. I’m praying for rain right now 🙂

  7. Ashton

    YUM! I use that cream cheese filling in all of my tarts, and it’s seriously so good. I bet it’s absolutely divine paired with a pie crust and peaches! Pinned 🙂

  8. Connie

    What a beautiful pie! I bet this could be made as a no-bake version with a premade graham cracker crust for those less dedicated than you but would love some pie 😉 (You know, someone like me.)