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May 26, 2017

SOUTHERN PEACH COBBLER


Yes, you CAN have a peach cobbler in spring...
ALMOST as good as a peach cobbler in summer...
you know the cobbler created with all those fabulous fresh summer peaches!
And, you can substitute CANNED peaches for the fresh variety!
I promise you, it's gonna knock your socks off!


SOUTHERN PEACH COBBLER
1 (29 ounce) can of sliced peaches 
2 T. sugar
2 t. cinnamon
1/2 t. nutmeg
1 t. vanilla

Bring all of these ingredients to a boil in a medium saucepan.
Allow to simmer for 5 minutes.
This makes a beautiful syrup.

For the batter.........
In a separate mixing bowl.
mix together
1 cup flour
1 cup sugar
1 t. baking powder
1 cup milk
1 T. melted butter

Blend all these ingredients together
and set aside until ready to
pour over melted butter.

In a baking dish, melt 1 stick of butter 
in a preheated 350 degree oven.
Remove from the oven,
and spoon peaches and most of syrup over melted butter. 
pour batter over the peaches. Do not stir.
Reserve remaining syrup.
Bake for 45 minutes.
Allow to cool slightly before serving.
Serve with vanilla ice cream
and spoon some of your reserved peach syrup over all. 


This is going to be great!

21 comments:

  1. Have a Wonderful Memorial Day Weekend. May 30th is my hubby's B'day. He had requested Peach Cobbler rather than a cake. I'll make your recipe :-> Hug Ms Mae for Grammy-
    AKA Blanche ^.^

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    1. Hi Blanche....I wish your hubby a very happy birthday....enjoy the recipe....Mae sends love as do I.

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  2. This is the recipe I've been looking for. I saw someone make it on TV with blackberries. She said everything was one. All I could remember was one cup of flour, one cup of sugar and one cup of milk. Thanks for filling in the blanks for me. I'm making it for Fellowship Time at church on Sunday.

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    1. Sounds wonderful Kathy...hope y'all enjoy the cobbler...warm hugs.

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  3. I remember my grandmothers making peach cobbler. It really is my favorite cobbler. But I also like blackberry cobbler. We had blackberry bushes and it was fresh and so good!
    Brenda

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    1. Hi Brenda....thank you for reminding me of this...my grandmother had blackberry bushes also and we were treated to the berries over ice cream....thank you for visiting today...hugs.

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  4. Boy does this cobbler make my mouth water, Betsy. I make a similar one and you can really use any fruit, from canned peaches to frozen blueberries. Have a nice weekend. ♥

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    1. Exactly Martha Ellen..most any fruit should turn out well. Enjoy!

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  5. I guess i'm the only one who wants to know what size baking dish you used... and you didn't REALLY mean 12 t. of nutmeg did you??? I'd really like to give this a go.. its my hubby's favorite... but i need that info.. Hugs! deb

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    1. I would have been horrified if anyone used 12 teaspoons of nutemg....dear oh dear.....I used an 11" x 13 " baking dish Deb! Now you should be good to go....

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  6. This sounds so good! Question.... does it really call for 12 t of nutmeg ?? Thanks for your answer.........

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    1. oh my goodness Chris...I really need new readers....thank you...1/2 teaspoon nutmeg...!!!!!

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  7. Thank YOU!! I do plan to make this over the weekend.... I appreciate your answer!! :-)
    (It would have been "interesting" w/ 12 t. of nutmeg!!)

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  8. This just sounds and looks so wonderful. There are some desserts that are good any time. :):) Blessings for a wonderful holiday weekend. xoxo, Susie

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    1. Have a very wonderful and blessed weekend dear Susie.I hope you try this recipe and enjoy it.

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  9. That sounds wonderful! I'm working on revising this basic recipe to suit my eating plan....

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    1. Terrific Deanna.....let us know what you come up with.

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  10. It sure looks great! I love Peach Dump Cake made with canned peaches so this must be comparable.

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    1. Me too Vee....love a dump cake! Summer and cobblers seem to just go together beautifully! Thinking of you love!!!

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  11. Tomorrow. Making this tomorrow!
    And a favor plz? Write a cookbook! I'm having a hard time organizing all the recipes that I make of yours!!!

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  12. Peach Cobbler is my most favorite dessert ever. Many thanks for the recipe. I could use a nice bowl of it right this minute. LOL

    Again, thanks so much and have a great Memorial Day and the rest of the week.

    Nary

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