"This peach cobbler is absolutely the best I have ever tasted anywhere. It's well worth the time to make it. I have never met a person who didn't love this cobbler. You can put an egg wash on the crust if you wish." — TINAFOX
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fresh peaches - peeled, pitted and sliced
all-purpose flour, sifted
I found Tina's peach cobbler to be exceptional. It is appetizing in appearance, very tasty, and quick to prepare. Until this recipe I was never able to make homemade crust for a cobbler. You can use peaches in the can, and I like it served with vanilla ice cream on top.I have gotten several requests to make it for others............Gwen
The recipe said to roll out the crust to 9 x 13 and put on top of the peaches but the picture shows the crust appears to be rolled up into "rolls" and placed on the peaches. Does this picture go with this recipe?
I only used the crust part of the recipe and it was great!!!!! The crust came out perfect, I would recommend it to anyone!
very, very tasty... keep chilled and warm each serving in the microwave and top with a bit of vanilla custard. so gooooooood.
I re-calculated this recipe for 4 servings. For the pastry, I only used shortening. I chilled my pastry for about an hour. I removed from the refrigerator and rolled into a rectangle, sprinkled with sugar and cinnamon. INSTEAD OF PLACING THE PASTRY FLAT ON THE PEACH FILLING, I rolled the pastry into a log. I took dental floss and placed it under the log, lifted both ends of the floss, crossed over and made my slices. I greased an 8" x 8" glass baking dish and poured about half of the peach filling in the bottom of the dish. I placed each pastry roll on top of the peach mixture, spooned the remainder of the peach mixture on top of the pastry rolls and baked until golden. Delicious with vanilla ice cream!
Fresh peach filling was very good. Topping was more like pie to me, that's the first time I've done cobbler topping that wasn't crumbly.
I added cinnamon to the topping as well, and also used all shortening instead of shortening/lard mix.
Pretty good cobbler. Could have used some more topping. I added cinnamon as well. Tastes delicious.
I made this recipe a couple of weeks ago it is great quick and easy. The previous time I made it I was short on time and just use the prerolled instant dough from the store. The filling is so fovorful it still came out great. Acinnamon sugar mixture sprinkled on top makes it pop.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Tina's Peach Cobbler
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 590
** Calories from Fat: 251
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