Friday, July 25, 2014

Easy Peasy Southern Peach Cobbler

You will need 4 cups of fresh peaches, peeled and sliced. 
 My family loves cobblers of any kind but this one might just be my favorite.  It is incredibly easy and doesn't include any battle wounds in order to gather the fruit (like blackberry cobbler).  We often serve it when we have guests over for dinner or dessert over.

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.  Spray casserole dish with non-stick spray.  (There is probably plenty of butter in this dessert but I don't like to take any chances.)  Peel and slice 4 cups of fresh peaches OR you can use a large can of peaches (drained).

The batter
 Melt one stick of butter.  Drizzle over the peaches.  If you are as forgetful as I am and accidentally mix the butter in with all of the other ingredients it will turn out great!  You can also reduce the amount of butter if you would like to cut costs or calories.

Mix together: 1 c. all purpose flour, 1 c. sugar, 1 t. baking powder, and 1 c. milk.

Ready for the oven!
 Pour batter over the peaches and butter.  DO NOT MIX.

Bake for 40 minutes or until top is slightly browned.  In my opinion the dish is best served warm.  When I have served this after church I bake it so that it is done right as we are about to leave.  Then I just turn the oven off and leave the cobbler in the oven. When we get home it is still hot.  You could also try making it in the CrockPot.

Serve Peach Cobbler with plenty of vanilla ice cream and lots of friends.

Does your family enjoy peach cobbler?  

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