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I have yet to try it, because I brought it to a potluck (and had to have choc cheesecake), but I got rave reviews for this cobbler! What's best is that although I'm originally from Chicago and now live in Alberta, a "southern gent" from North Carolina told me this was the best peach cobbler he'd ever had! Woo-hoo! Thankfully there is a tiny bit left, so I know what I'm having for breakfast tomorrow! Oh, I doubled the recipe but oops, put it in a 9x13, which wasn't quite big enough; it all spilled over in my oven, but it's ok . . .the smell was just yummalicious. Took longer to bake too, this way--about 45 min.
Holy sugar Batman! This was very sweet. If I made this again, I would cut the sugar in half. I used home-canned peaches in the cobbler, and it took me double the time to bake it. I think it would have been great if it weren't so sweet. We may or may not try this again. Thanks Giggle Box!
I had to try another recipe from Elmolvsu's grandmother, and it's a winner as well. So easy and so tasty. Simplicity at its best.
this was wonderful thank you for sharing your grandmothers recipe. my family loved it
Sheer Heaven! I used 6 peaches, which must have been too much for my 8 x 8 inch glass pan because my cobbler made a mess over-flowing in my oven. But this cobbler tastes so incredible, I don't even mind the clean-up! I do suggest however, those using 6 peaches either use a slightly larger baking pan or else use a drip pan under your cobbler to catch those drips ;) Thank you so much for sharing your grandmother's recipe, Elmolvsu! She really knew her cobbler!
This was delicious! I used Splenda in the crust and just 1/2 c of sugar on top and it was plenty sweet. I also used closer to 10 peaches topped with cinnamon because we love peaches. Thanks!
Oh my...call us gluttons, if you will. I decided to make this as a treat during a visit from our son, so with only 3 of us, I expected to have some left-over for lunch the next day. Not! Since peaches are out of season, I used peaches we froze last fall so it took a little longer to bake, but the extra wait was worth. You should have seen the enjoyment on my son's face throughout every bite! This will definitely be a keeper in my recipe collection; in fact, I'm thinking I'll pop another one in the oven this evening! Thank you for sharing with us Elmo!
EXCELLENT! I just made this, served it warm, it was wonderful and easy too! I did add some cinnamon and had to bake for about 40 minutes.
Made mine in a glass baking dish and had to cook 40 min. Turned out great though!
I used 6 small peaches, added cinnamon and 1/2 cup sugar in the batter as well as the topping. It was plenty sweet and baked up fine. It took 30 minutes in my oven. We really enjoyed this cobbler and will make again. Thanks for sharing.