August 23, 2016


The very best recipe in your kitchen this summer should be this cobbler!
Summer is just NOT summer 
without a fresh peach cobbler!
You know what can make it even BETTER?

Add fresh blueberries and a touch of cinnamon!
And...if you insist...
perhaps a scoop of Blue Bell Homemade Vanilla!!!!
The blueberry and peach juice just seeps into that yummy buttery crust...
yes, lovies..this is lovin' from your oven!

3/4 cup flour
2 t. baking powder
1 1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup butter
3/4 cup milk
1 t. cinnamon
3 fresh peaches, peeled and sliced
1 cup fresh blueberries

In a 9 " x 9" baking dish, add one stick of butter (1/2 cup).
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Melt butter in baking dish.

In a mixing bowl, blend together all dry ingredients.
Add the milk, and blend well.
Pour batter over melted butter.
Top with fresh peaches and blueberries. do not stir.

Bake at 350 degrees F. for 35-45 minutes.


  1. Hi Betsy! Oh, my goodness, how did you know peach cobbler is one of my favorites? I have never thought of adding blueberries, which I love so I'm sure even better. Thank you for sharing this recipe! I've had a fun, busy summer. How about you? When we moved this house has an unfinished basement and it is great for storing all of my 'things'! :) I'm ready for fall, not decorated yet, but my body is ready. We actually slept with the windows up last night - marvelous! Thanks for popping in to see me.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

    1. How perfect Sheila. This reminded me of how marvelous it felt to sleep with the windows open while living in Maine! We felt so safe in our little New England Village. It was like days at my grandmothers! That is the most divine feeling! I envy that! The big basements in the north would be perfect for storage! You have such a beautiful home and I love that you share it with your readers! Have a lovely day!!!

  2. I know what I am making this weekend. My Hubby loves peaches and I love finding new recipes to try.

    1. Oh that's so great Betty! I hope you love the recipe! Wishing you a beautiful weekend!

  3. Betsy, your Peach Blueberry Cobbler looks wonderful! I've got four big juicy peaches sitting on the counter waiting to be used. Along with some frozen Maine blueberries, I think this might be on the menu. Your photo is making me hungry! Have a wonderful afternoon. ♥

    1. Hi Martha Ellen! Don't you love easy fruit cobblers! Hope you are having a great week! Let us know if you make your own cobbler! Thank you for stopping by today!

  4. Yum, Betsy, sounds delicious!! These are two of my very favorite summer fruits! Your cobbler recipe is very similar to mine; it's my mom's recipe and I've been using it for years. Ice cream on top is a "must" at our house. :) So much goodness in a bowl.

    Thanks for sharing your recipe and lovely pictures, Betsy, and I hope you have a wonderful week!


    Denise at Forest Manor

    1. Hi Denise! I hope you publish your Mom's recipe sometime....I love treasured family favorites! As always, I love hearing from you! Big hugs!

  5. This sounds delicious!! I have been hungry for some juicy fruit! I wish I had stopped for the peaches when Summer and I were down in south Texas a few weekends ago. I used to go to Grapevine Farmer's Market days and they would have the sweetest white peaches. I still remember the day my friend bought some and gave me one. I also remember eating peaches as a child. I was given one cut in half and thought the crison color around the peach pit was the most beautiful thing! I should paint one sometime.


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