6 Reviews

As written this is a three, however, with just a little change it can be a five!!! Do mix all ingredients together including butter, which should be melted, reduce the peaches to one can and you have yourself a yummy, easy-peasy peach cobbler!

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ABAcalvarywife October 18, 2009

Sorry, but this did not work for me at all.

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The Domestic Diva April 20, 2006

I dont know whats wrong with the person who wrote this recipe or those who reviewed it. <br/><br/>1. Not mixing the mixture is a terrible idea, it leads to raw flour in the 'finished' product.<br/>2. The temperature and cook times are just plain wrong, they result in an undercooked dish.<br/>3. Considering the complexity of the recipe this means that the recipe is, for the most part, incorrect. Why anyone has left reviews with 4-5 stars with change recommendations is beyond me. <br/><br/>This is a terrible recipe, go and find another one. Do not under any circumstances try to cook this recipe it will make you ill if you try to eat it.

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liamjharrison January 19, 2014

I used 3 1/2 - 15 oz cans of peaches. I think using smaller cans - may have more juice than just 2 - 28 oz cans. I cooked it a total of 40 minutes because it looked extremely runny when I checked it at 30 min. After removing it from the oven and letting it cool off - it still is very juicy. We had to throw the whole thing away.

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Peter's Mom August 29, 2010

I mixed all the ingredients prior to adding them to the peaches. This included the butter, which, as it is summer here, was very soft, but not melted. I also sifted the flour twice to make it nice and fluffy. I cooked it for 40 minutes instead of 25, too. This made it turn out great!

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toddman March 01, 2010

This didn't turn out for me the first time at all. It was very runny. I tried it again using self-rising flour (or you can add 1 1/2 teaspoons of baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon salt to regular flour), mixing the dry ingredients, adding 25 minutes to the baking time for a total of 55 minutes, and baking it in a 9x13 pyrex pan. It still came out of the oven very runny and kind of strange looking, but I refrigerated it overnight and it set up some. I wish there was a 3 1/2 star rating. I would definitely give this a 5 for taste and ease, but a 2-3 for needing alterations to the recipe and for appearance. I gave it 4 because it was so tasty. I will make it again.

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Chef Schellies November 19, 2006
Very Easy Peach Cobbler