"Very easy and very good." — Linda Brittian
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fresh peaches - peeled, pitted and sliced
white bread, crusts trimmed
1 1/2 cups
egg, lightly beaten
This was really good. I took the others suggestion and used less sugar. I only used about a cup and I used 7 peaches. The only other thing I did was add a little cinnamon. It was delicious and so easy! I will definately make this again!
I'm not sure what went wrong with this recipe as I followed it exactly, but I threw the whole thing in the garbage before anyone could see it. I would not make this again! C. Ferris
This was excellent! My husband wanted to eat the entire thing at one sitting. I changed a few things to make it more healthy. I used Hawaian bread instead of white bread, only used 1 cup of sugar, used 2 eggs and instead of butter I used Parkay Buttery Spray for no extra fat or calories. GREAT RECIPE
This recipe turned out great. My whole family loved it. It is very easy to make. I used 7 peaches to make a fuller filling. I did also add a tsp. of almond extract and 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon. My husband likes those two ingredients added to desserts.
I love this recipe. I have made it a few times and it has always turned out great. I however have made some changes to it. I use 1/4 cup of flour instead of the 2 tblsps. Also I use only 3/4 cup of sugar and the sweetness is just right. In addition, I throw some chopped walnuts on the topmost layer and this really adds punch. Lastly, I serve it hot with a scoop of vanilla icecream. All my guests have enjoyed it.
Made this recipe on a "snow day" afternoon with the kids- was super easy- they did virtually everything on their own with very yummy results!
We used the original 5 serving size recipe- but didn't have fresh peaches so we substituted a 29oz can of lite sliced peaches (definitely would add another 15 oz. can or even another 29oz next time!!!) We also cut the sugar down to 1 1/4 cups thanks to someone else's suggestion and it was still a bit too sweet even for the kids. *Also added about tsp. of cinnamon sprinkled over the peaches.
So good, easy, and inexpensive to make! I just moved into a house with a peach tree, and wanted a recipe that would use only ingredients that I already had in my kitchen. This is it! I am not supposed to eat much sugar, so I substituted 3/4 c of Splenda Blend for the white sugar, whole wheat flour for all-purpose, and wheat bread for white. The recipe may sound a bit odd (bread on peaches?) but, the bread soaks up the butter mixture, brown nicely (even using the Splenda Blend) and develops a mouth-watering buttery sweetness. I made mine with a dash of nutmeg added to the butter mixture. Still absolutely yummy. I think that I will try using a few more peaches next time (perhaps mine were too small) and less of the Splenda Blend (maybe 1/2 c). You must try it!
awesome recipe - ingredients all on hand, simple to make, pop it in the oven, and done! (i did think it was too sweet, despite switching over to brown sugar, and reducing it to 1c. i'll just use less next time :)) my family and friends loved the recipe! What's really nice about the recipe is that you can use it for almost ANY fruit...i've tried pears, apples, peaches...even used it to save some exotic pear-guave-like fruit i bought that didn't taste that great on its own.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Peach Cobbler I
Serving Size: 1/5 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 5
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 182
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