First, I needed to make a sweet dough which I believe, in German, is Mürbeteig, a sweet shortcrust dough. This is then patted into the bottom of a springform pan. Then I added the skinned, quartered peaches. Next it is topped with a cream, egg, sugar, and ground almond mix. I have no idea what this mixture would be called. The recipe calls for a stiff cream to which sugar, a whole egg, and ground almonds are added. This is then topped onto the peaches. Finally, it's finished with some sliced almonds and sprinkled sugar. The recipe from Kirsten is here: German Almond Peach Cake. She adapted her recipe from a German blog, BaBaFo, which has the same whipped cream topping.
The cake is delicious! I could eat it several times a day. Indeed, I've already eaten much of it and will be buying peaches again this afternoon. German and Austrian cakes and pastries certainly add a little gemütlichkeit to life! So I encourage you to visit My Kitchen in the Rockies and put a smile on your face with some good, German recipes, especially those cakes.