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Peach cobbler crumble

Though rare, it makes for a special treat on a cool autumn day.

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Peach crumble, not to be mistaken for a peach crisp, has a decadent buttery topping. We piled the topping on so you don't get stuck with any lingering peaches that are crumb-free. This is best served with a cold scoop of ice cream on a warm summer day, but just in case you get the craving midwinter, we wrote up the best way to freeze peaches.

Bake until topping is golden and peaches are bubbling, 45 to 50 minutes. (Source: www.delish.com)Pour peaches and juices into a large baking dish. Sprinkle crumb topping evenly over peaches. (Source:ww.delish.com)))

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Make the filling: Combine peaches, granulated sugar, lemon juice, cornstarch, and salt. Transfer to an 8-inch square baking dish. (Source: www.marthastewart.com Add a cup of raspberries or blueberries to peach or apricot, or strawberries to rhubarb. (Source:www.marthastewart.com wI have been making fruit crisps all summer with all different fruits. I am going to try this topping with a peach-plum-blueberry mixture I have waiting in the fridge. (Source:ww.marthastewart.com)))

This is fantastic! I wasn't sure it was going to taste that good because when it first came out of the oven it didn't look as crispy as I would have liked ...but it tasted fabulous!! I brought it to a lunch and the dish was licked clean. Will definitely add it to my peach season favorites. (Source: www.marthastewart.com)

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Made exactly as written using beautiful farmer's market peaches. It certainly was easy to throw together, but I was disappointed. The topping had an off taste (too much salt?) and it was gummy underneath the browned surface. In addition, I didn't care for texture of the fruit using cornstarch as a thickener. (Source: www.marthastewart.com Made exactly as written using beautiful farmer's market peaches. It certainly was easy to throw together, but I was disappointed. The topping had an off taste (too much salt?) and it was gummy underneath the browned surface. In addition, I didn't care for texture of the fruit using cornstarch as a thickener. (Source:www.marthastewart.com wThis was really wonderful. I peeled my peaches because I like them better that way in a crumble or cobbler, and I served it with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream when it was still warm. I like it so much that it really is more like four servings for us. :) This is one of my favorite desserts and truly is one of the greatest joys of summer. (Source:ww.marthastewart.com)))

I used blackberries with my peaches and it turned out delicious. It is a little crunchy on top like a crisp, but really easy to make. I would make this again in a heartbeat. (Source: www.marthastewart.com Well, I had to make a peach-raspberry crumble like they showed in the magazine almost right away after I got it. It was very good, although the topping was a bit salty tasting, or something... I will make it again but try to alter the salt - other than that, loved the crumb topping. I have to say too, I'm really surprised to see comments like Kt556's - so negative! It really bothers me to see people respond that way on a public site, esp. in regards to some thing as innocuous as a recipe.

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