This dessert recipe could not be any easier. I used both fresh peaches and nectarines; both were not quite ripe yet but you would never know it from the final results. The first cobbler I've made that the fruit did not turn to mush while baking; the slices remained perfect and were so wonderfully tender. Yum! Now, when baking I rarely change the recipe but my sister said "yuck" when I told her brown sugar was an ingredient so I used all white sugar. We really think it is the best fruit cobbler I have made. (And there will be a time when I will use the called-for brown sugar.) The leftovers (can you believe there were any?!) went to my workplace and the recipe was requested my several co-workers (it is fun to share good recipes and I'm printing them now). I never review recipes but had to with this one. This will be my "go-to" cobbler recipe. Thank you aeposey for sharing!
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This dessert recipe could not be any easier. I used both fresh peaches and nectarines; both...