Kelley's Peach Cobbler Recipe
Fresh or frozen peaches can be used in this best-served-warm dessert. Top with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream for a truly decadent treat.
I needed a cobbler recipe with frozen peaches so I chose this one. Once I started making it, I was a bit skeptical. It seemed like a LOT of liquid and a LOT of sugar for that small bag of peaches. Well, it ended up being delicious and very well received. All that sugar and butter created a caramelly flavor that was hard to beat My (tiny) modifications were to include a small splash of vanilla in the peaches, bake it a good 10 - 12 minutes longer to a medium brown on top and around the edges and to boil the peach liquid down a bit (3 - 4 minutes) before pouring on top of the arranged peaches. So easy and delicious that I'll definitely make it again. Thank you!
This was a good base for cobbler but modifications were made. I used 1 29oz of canned peaches in heavy syrup. Deleted the water, increased the flour by 1/2c the milk by 1/4c. Divided the butter 1/4 c melted in a pan and the remaining I cut into small cubes and incorporated it into the flour mix before adding the milk. Lastly, cinnamon and nutmeg are a must to add flavor.(added to peaches while simmering). Baked in a 8x8 silicon pan and the end result was great.
I like that the batter wasn’t so cakey as it is with some of the other peach cobbler recipes. However, the butter on the bottom of the pan was too much. It congealed with the batter and made it a weird texture. The bottom and the edges were gummy-almost like an aerated taffy. Just not good. Other than that, it had a good flavor but I had to scrape out the good parts to serve it . I’ll try it next time with much less butter on the bottom and put tiny chunks of butter in the batter instead.
Fresh peaches are spread over a light and tasty gluten-free batter and sprinkled with vanilla sugar in this easy cobbler that serves 2.
Find your favorite peach cobbler recipe! Made with fresh peaches or canned peaches, classic peach cobbler is always a hit.
Try using different varieties of peach and see if you find a favorite. Butter is melted in a large 9x13-inch casserole and the sliced, sugared peaches are arranged in the bottom. Sweet baking powder batter is spooned over the top, and the casserole is baked until the cobbler is bubbly and golden.
Fresh peaches are topped with bread, covered in a sweet butter sauce and baked.