Peach Cobbler

I love cobbler’s of all kinds and whatever fruit is in season becomes a cobbler! We have a few yellow and some white peaches leftover and I decided last night after I went to bed that I would make a peach cobbler and maybe some peach ice cream this weekend.

Eddie and I picked these this morning and fought the bees the entire time. We were determined they weren’t going to get all that was left. The rain from Hurricane Ida really took them off the tree.
I peeled and sliced them and didn’t have to add any sugar to them. The white peaches are truly sweet and great for a cobbler.
Aren’t they pretty and I peeled enough to double the fruit in the cobbler recipe I make.

My cobbler recipe is so easy, 1 cup each of flour, sugar, and milk, one egg, and 1 teaspoon of vanilla and almond flavoring. Mix until completely lump free. While doing the mixing, I put a stick of butter in a large casserole dish and melt in over. When the butter is completely melted pour the batter in the middle of the casserole dish (it will spread out) and then dump two cups of your favorite fruit in the middle. DO NOT STIR!! Place in a preheated 350* oven and bake until golden brown, usually 45-60 minutes. The batter comes up over the fruit and the recipe can be doubled.

Batter is somewhat thin and the butter slides up the sides of the dish to keep from sticking.
See how the batter oozes up through the peaches! Stick it in the oven and wait! Soooo Good!
Hot out of the oven peach cobbler and all we need is some ice cream to drop on top!! YUM

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