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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.
Good, basic and versatile cobbler done by my DD today we did one end tinned peach and one end tinned plum with yummy result !
This was just perfect! :) Doubled the recipe but used a few extra peaches just because I had them. Thanks for a super cobbler recipe!
Awesome cobbler. Everyone loved it! I doubled and put into a 9x13 pan but only used about 3/4 cup butter. I also added some frozen blueberries to the fresh peaches. A big hit with vanilla ice cream!
This was easy to prepare and tasted wonderful. Thanks for a great recipe.
Easy to make and delicious. We really liked the topping. Thanks for sharing.
This was a great cobbler. Your method is definitely my favorite for making a crust on a cobbler. I made it as listed, but with whole wheat flour. One of the best cobblers I've had.
My neighbor's peach tree has several branches hanging over my fence with globe size peaches hanging off of it. I couldn't resist and picked a couple when I saw this recipe. I used oven proof bowls and little oven-proof dishes to make this into individual servings. We really enjoyed this with whipped cream and I bet that tree will look pretty empty in no time! Thank you Wildflour.