I had planned to make a small batch of chocolate chip cookies this afternoon but couldn’t find the Nestle’s chips in the pantry. So, I looked around in the fridge and rescued four white nectarines from the fruit drawer.
After peeling them, I cut them into small chunks, added a half handful of flour and mixed it together with some turbinado sugar. I toasted some walnuts and golden raisins, adding them to the fruit and tossed them together. Into a defrosted Pillsbury crust, dotted the fruit mixture with unsalted butter, closed up the pastry into a small loaf shape and sprinkled the outside with a cinnamon/turbinado sugar mixture.
Preheated the oven to 375 degrees and set it into the oven to bake for half an hour or so. Plan to serve it with scoops of vanilla ice cream for dessert tonight. Yay!