Recipe by Jane1947
"This is a quick dessert that is pretty good. It has been around for a while, but I added a new twist. Serve warm with ice cream."
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Wonderful! I doubled the peaches, added some corn starch to the peach juice, added some nutmeg & cloves as well. Added 3/4 c sugar. Will make again.
I never write a review but fill the need in this one. WHAT a disaster this was. I don’t know if peach brand names are packed with different amounts of liquid but this baked for almost two hours and I then had to make a Bisquick top to cover the runny mess. This was the biggest disaster I baked to date. My huby ate it with ice cream said it tasted ok . How much liquid is to be in the can of peach, when I poured on the batter it got lost in all the peach juice? B
This is very easy to make - one word of warning though. The recipe says to use a 9 x 9 pan - do NOT use an 8 x 8 pan unless you have the desire to clean your oven. Thanks for an easy recipe.
One of my mother's coworkers gave me this recipe many years ago when I was 16. I always use vanilla extract in place of the almond extract. I also add half a cup of light brown sugar to the peaches before adding them into the recipe, it makes the juice thicker and sweeter.
I made it with fresh peaches. Use half the butter, or else it tastes greasy, and regular flour works just fine. You can also cut the sugar in half... Also made it with blueberries and again with apples. If using canned peaches (which I have), drain them first, do NOT use the liquid. Melt the butter, pour in the batter then mound the fruit in the middle...delicious!
Love this recipe, but always drain most of juice, use it for the liquid in the batter. Eat with scoop of vanilla ice cream while still warm. Family loves it. Also can make with any kind of fruit pie filling. Cherry is a family favorite.
I love this recipe, it is the absolute easiest cobbler I have ever made and my family loved it. I did, however, add about 1/3 cup of flour to the recipe because mine just seemed a bit too runny and I didn't want to have a mess on my hands, but it turned out perfect. I also mixed the cinnamon with brown sugar before adding it to the top, it makes for a really pretty finish.
I do not keep ready-made self rising flour on hand, I made some with AP flour, baking powder and a pinch of salt. Right before baking, I did sprinkle the top with sugar. Very good peach cobbler, the whole family thought it was delicious. This tastes EXACTLY like the cobbler my Grandma made for me when I was little.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Quick Peach Cobbler
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 148
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