GREAT recipe, Rebecca! This is absolutely DELICIOUS AND EASY! I love to cook & bake & am always on the lookout for a great recipes using ingredients I have on hand..& this one is a hands-down WINNER!
I buttered the glass casserole dish. I didn't have fresh peaches so I used 2 large cans of peaches in heavy syrup. I dissolved 3 TB of cornstarch into 3 TB cold water & then added it to the syrup with one teaspoon of vanilla & 3 TB of brown sugar, & simmered it in a sauce pan until fairly thick (about 10 min), constantly stirring. I then poured about one cup of the mixture over the peaches. I worked the cubed cold butter & cubed cold cream cheese together with the yellow cake mix in a large bowl until crumbly (only takes about 5 minutes.) Then I brushed the top with melted butter & sprinkled with extra cinnamon before baking for 50+ minutes, keeping an eye on the topping to make sure it didn't burn. Baking it a little longer keeps the bottom of the crust from being soggy & firms up & crisps the crust a little better. The juice-ratio was perfect b/c it was thickened.
The topping will soften overnight so for leftovers, I put the cobbler back into the oven on 350 for about 10-15 minutes. Perfect!
I've already passed this revised recipe along to several friends after taking it to a family party. I'll make this many, many more years to come and try out different fruits & cake mix flavor. YUM!
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GREAT recipe, Rebecca! This is absolutely DELICIOUS AND EASY! I love to cook & bake & am...