Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Peach Cobbler

I made this cobbler a while back, I just finally got the pictures so I can post about it!!
I highly recommend this cobbler recipe - especially when you have fresh, ripe fruit handy.
I can't take credit for the recipe, I found it on this blog:


First, toss the berries or chopped fruit with 1/4 cup sugar (if needed). My fresh peaches were so ripe, I definitely did not need any sugar.
Preheat the oven to 350 while the fruit releases its juice.

Next, melt one stick butter or margarine in a casserole dish (8 x 10 or 8 x 8).
Simply double this recipe for use in larger baking dishes.
-- I use butter when baking and for this recipe I used an 8x8 inch glass pan. --

While the butter melts, combine dry ingredients with milk:
1 cup sugar
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 1/2 tsp. baking powder
2/3 cup milk

Here's my kitchen counter with the recipe and my measuring stuff. I love my mixing bowls, they were a Christmas present from my dear husband while we were still dating!

Next, pour batter over the butter. Don't mix!
Then, spoon fruit over the batter. Don't stir! Bake for 40 minutes at 350.
Here's what it should look like before you bake it:

This recipe makes a crisp, buttery top.Beneath its sugary crunch lies a soft layer of cake and hot juicy fruit.
Here's the final product: (pretty isn't it!!)

Very easy recipe and very tasty - eat it warm and fresh - maybe with some vanilla ice cream on the side :) Have a great day!! Blessings, Sarina & baby

1 comment:

Emily said...

Okay, I am making that like, TODAY! I have the best peaches from Costco, and I want to make sure that none of them go bad. I LOVE peach cobbler...thanks so much for posting that!!!