My hubby can't get enough of this! He LOVES it warm with vanilla ice cream!
Make and share this Kelly's Fresh Peach Cobbler recipe from Food.com.
- In large bowl, combine (toss), peaches, ¾ cup sugar, and ¼ teaspoon cinnamon.
- Set aside.
- Melt butter and pour into an 8” square baking dish or pan.
- In another lg.
- bowl, whisk together flour, baking powder, salt ¼ teaspoon cinnamon, and ¾ cup sugar til all mixed.
- Stir in milk and vanilla til just combined.
- DON’T over mix.
- Pour batter over butter evenly.
- Top batter evenly with peaches, (drizzle any leftover sugar mixture over peaches).
- Bake at 375• for 45-50 minutes, til top is done.
- 4-6 servings.
- (*Serve still warm with vanilla or butter pecan ice cream!) (*Double this for a 13x9 pan).
An excellent, if calorie dense, peach cobbler recipe. I doubled the recipe as suggested for a 9 x 13" pan and was very glad that I made the last minute decision to put a jelly roll pan underneath it in the oven. Overflowed very badly! The doubled recipe calls for 8 large peaches and I had a bunch of small to medium so I guesstimated the volume. Looks like I was a bit off. The cobbler crust is very cake-like and pairs well with the not-so-sweet peach filling. Certainly a winner but will be an occasional offering as it is a very high calorie treat!
Good cobbler. I doubled the recipe and used frozen peaches. It did need a little more juice in it. I will add a little water with the peaches next time or use canned peaches.
The texture of this is a bit more like a cake than cobbler, but it has a nice flavor. Was I supposed to have any sugar mixture leftover somehow? This would be a bit easier to follow if the ingredients were broken out under a Fruit Filling heading and a Cobbler heading with the sugar split up the same way the cinnamon is. Step four and five should be joined in to a single sentence. Thanks for posting.