Recipe by Angela
"Very easy cobbler. Designed for the laid back person looking for a recipe that tastes like it took a lot of work. Great for other fruits too, enjoy the easy life!"
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1 (29 ounce) can
sliced peaches, juice reserved
Not the best but I can tell you how to make it the best. Reduce flour to 1 cup and add 1 cup of milk. thats it.
This was really easy, I have a similar recipe, that is why I chose to try this one. However, I didn't enjoy this, it was tasteless and too thick, not enough juice. I'll stick to mine.
This recipe was thick,gummy and downright disgusting. It had not an ounce of flavor and I would advice anyone not to try it.
No flavor. Batter did not "easily spread" in pan...thick and chewy.
This is a quick and easy cobbler that gets great reviews from family and friends regardless of the fruit used.I don't understand the bad reviews from most while a very similar recipe in this category got such good reviews,maybe the canned fruit? Just substitue 5 or 6 sliced fresh peaches brought just to a boil with 1 cup of sugar and a asqueeze of fresh lemon juice.
This is actually a good recipe. Expect more of a cake like topping. I actually prefer it over the tradtional type. I have been using this quick recipe for some time and even like it with caned peaches.
Not good at all. No flavor, very thick and rubbery. Would not recommend it.
This was thick, chewy and it didnt have much flavor.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Lazy Peach Cobbler
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 69
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