Recipe by SBURBANK
"This cobbler combines huckleberries and peaches. Blueberries can be substituted if huckleberries aren't available. It's great served warm with vanilla ice cream. This cobbler works great with either fresh or frozen fruits."
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This was fantastic! The topping browned about 5 minutes early than the recipe said, otherwise I did everything as stated. Big success with the family - served warm with ice cream.
This was not bad, a little soupy and i didn't really like the topping, i found it kind of boring, i can't really put my finger on it, just for me it was missing a little something something
This was good, but it was a little wetter than I would have liked. I did used frozen peaches, but they were very well drained before putting the cobbler together. I used blueberries as suggested since huckleberries don't seem to be available in my area. This is a very tasty dessert served with vanilla ice cream.
It was very easy to make. The taste was good. Will make again.
Excellent recipe modified. I used six fresh, ripe peaches, and 1 cup blueberries instead of huckleberries. Additional mods: 1) Added 1/4 tsp. cinnamon and 1/8 tsp. nutmeg to fruit mixture; 2) increased topping by one half; 3) to topping added 1/8 tsp. nutmeg and 1/8 tsp. cardamom; 4) substituted buttermilk for milk.
As mentioned by others, the fruit mixture does end with more liquid than typical, however, with the increase in topping it evens out. Delicious and will make again:)
I used fresh peaches and blueberries and it was fantastic! My family loved it and gobbled it all up! I did increase the sugar with the fruit mixture because I knew my peaches were not super sweet and I used more than 3 cups of peaches.
This was delicious and came out perfect. The only change I made was using 1 cup of frozen blueberries (threw them in frozen) and 4 cups of sliced peaches. Topped with whipped cream, it was a nice finish to our dinner.
Advice on how to avoid a soggy cobler -> Its amazing ! I used my own frozen huckleberries i picked myself ! I had a ton of left over juice in the pan tho. And i definately didnt want a soggy cobbler. So i used a syringe to get all the juices out, I then proceeded to use the extra juices and hucks to make a sauce topping ( which freakung rocked btw) and i hand made some whipped cream to go with it as well. This recipe is a winner with minor changes and additions.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Huckleberry Peach Cobbler
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 113
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