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FutureStarrPeach cobbler with fresh peaches
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What could be a more perfect ending to a summertime meal than easy peach cobbler? Savor the flavors of summer with sliced fresh peaches cooking away with butter and spices. The topping can made from pantry ingredients you have on hand and peaches can easily be substituted with any fruit you have depending on the time of year. The tang of the lemon juice paired with the sweetness of the peaches is perfectly balanced with the crisp topping. Want to make dessert even better? A dollop of fresh whipped cream or cold vanilla ice cream truly makes it the perfect way to end a summer night.
This dessert is perfect for entertaining guests on a summer night or even during the middle of the day at a cookout. Fresh peaches make this dish absolutely delicious. Top with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and enjoy. (Source: www.myrecipes.com)www.myrecipes.com))Bring remaining 1 cup sugar, peach slices, and lemon juice to a boil over high heat, stirring constantly; pour over batter (do not stir). Sprinkle with cinnamon, if desired. (Source:
This is a very good recipe in it's execution although I modify it quite a bit. I use a lot of peaches and like to use really sweet ripe peaches. First modification, cut the sugar back to 1/3 cup with the peaches and then add a half cup of Bourbon. The Peaches will have a wonderful boozy taste going in but the alcohol will evaporate out during baking. Trust me on this, I have been baking Peach pies for years with Bourbon. The Bourbon will be there when it is done, but it will be subtle and delicious. As I do use a lot of Peaches and tend to make a very big Cobbler when I do this, I also do the cake portion of this recipe X 1.5 with the following changes. I use only a half cup of Sugar for the cake, even with the other ingredients increased by 50%. Since I am using 1.5 cups of flour then, I use 1 cup all purpose and 1/2 cup whole wheat flour. I have found that the whole wheat flour gives a little sturdier cake against all the ripe Peaches and also yields a beautiful brown color on baking. I also substitute half n half for the milk in the recipe. I have found that one stick of butter (half cup) is fine even when making a large Cobbler. The Peaches seem to hold their color better if you leave some of the peels on. I don't recommend leaving the Peaches entirely unpeeled as I tried this once and the skins were just tough enough that you could not cleanly cut the Cobbler by jamming the edge of a metal spatula down into it which was kind of unappealing. The trick is just to leave your Peaches mottled if you will. (Source: www.myrecipes.com)
It was very delicious! I added vanilla extract to both the peaches and dough. Also the pumpkin spice to it as well. The middle didn’t want to cook at first so I lowered the temp and ended up wrapping it with foil and highering the temp again. Overall so easy to make and it was very good, paired well with ice cream. Definitely recommend. (Source: www.myrecipes.com So, to summarize, cut the sugar way back, pour some Bourbon with a heavy hand, substitute some whole wheat flour for some of the all purpose flour, substitute half n half for the milk, and do a very poor job of peeling your Peaches. (Source:www.myrecipes.com))
I made this just now and it came out awesome! I've always wanted to make peach cobbler but was always to intimidated. Thank you for sharing this recipe. So simple and deliciousðŸ˜ (Source: www.myrecipes.com Easy recipe. Tastes delicious. This is the second time we've made it. Great dessert. I used frozen peaches thawed. (Source:www.myrecipes.com))