Peach Cobbler

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Peach Cobbler

1/2 cup unsalted butter
1 cup all purpose flour
1 cup granulated sugar
1 tablespoon baking powder
1/8 teaspoon salt
1 cup milk
4 cups fresh peach slices
1/3 cup brown sugar
1 tablespoon lemon juice
Ground cinnamon

Heat oven to 375 degrees F.

Melt butter; pour into a 13x9-inch baking dish.

Combine flour, granulated sugar, baking powder, and salt; add milk, stirring just until dry ingredients are moistened. Pour batter over butter (do not stir).

Bring peach slices, brown sugar and lemon juice to a boil over medium-high heat, stirring constantly; pour over batter (do not stir). Sprinkle with cinnamon, if desired.

Bake 35-40 minutes or until golden brown.

Makes 6-8 servings

Adapted from Southern Living
JUNE 1997

31 comments:

  1. sounds like a perfect weekend to me! hot tubs and peach cobbler, apart from the $6 cheap wine...lol :)

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  2. We all have to be good at something:D

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  3. Love peach cobbler, this is a great recipe! When peaches are in season I am not sure if any other dessert could possibly top a peach cobber - with vanilla ice cream of course:-)

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  4. This peach cobbler is the perfect dessert of the end of summer... I kinda sad that summer is ending even if I LOVE fall...

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  5. Sounds like a great weekend for sure! Love the classic peach cobbler recipe as well. Yum!

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  6. Oh my goodness, I really do need to try this recipe - it looks so yummy!!!! Thank you!!!

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  7. Yes, it is true. You ARE a natural born bakerwoman. It amazes me!

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  8. My family always called this "Rose pie" because the cobbler part "rose" to the top! You are right...it is DELICIOUS!

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  9. I used this same recipe...just without cooking the peaches first...I should totally try that!! I made this with blackberries this weekend for a delish blackberry cobbler!!! It is a family fave!

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  10. I've been devouring peaches like crazy lately so I'll have to struggle to save some for this...but it'll be so worth it when I do!

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  11. looks delicious! how pretty is your hair?!!

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  12. When I was little, we took a family road trip from NY to Texas to visit my mom's cousins. I remember going on a tour at the Blue Bell factory and everyone saying that it was the best ice cream in Texas, but I haven't had it since then. I don't think they sell it in NY :(

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  13. you can bet i'll be making this. oh man oh man.

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  14. Wow, that does sound like magic! And I think I will try it with apples and pears soon :)

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  15. That looks delish!

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  16. That peach cobbler looks so good! I definitely want to try this recipe soon.

    I'm glad you had a great Labor Day weekend!

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  17. I love peach cobbler! The topping to yours looks perfect!

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  18. I love when food does magic things. This sounds soooo good, but why did you cook the peaches? Is it just to mix them with the sugar better?

    Ditto about your hair. It's so purdy.

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  19. The peaches are so tasty right now I have a hard time doing anything but eating them straight out of hand. This cobbler looks pretty good though, I think I might be convinced to throw a few of these beauties in the oven. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  20. The top is a perfect golden! Looks like a great dessert to transition into fall.

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  21. Mmmmm, peaches. I can't get enough lately :)

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  22. Nice cobbler! Very good to enjoy the rest of the summer!

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  23. Urg, I can't believe I forgot to make this this year! I was always amazed by the magic of making it too, how the dough rises around the peaches :)

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  24. Thanks everyone!

    Averie, *shudder* that wine was awful!

    Claire, I like that name!

    Mini, thank you!!

    Shannon, I don't think they do, either. :( I can ship you some! I wish I could tour the Blue Bell factory!

    Sue, I'm not sure. I think they'd be fine without cooking them. I was afraid to screw up the recipe, so I followed the directions. And thank you!

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  25. Emily this looks divinely, deliciously wonderful.
    xo
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  26. *Sigh* I miss summer too. I know it's officially still summer till the 22nd, but the pools are closed, so it's not the same.

    Is that inspired by the Paula Deen peach cobbler recipe? I have made that once or twice and it's a similar method. It's quite tasty for sure.

    Don't worry about the fishing thing. Baked goods taste WAY better than fish, esepcially your baked goods.

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  27. Hi, So glad I found your blog! It is wonderful. I made this cobbler and everyone loved it. It is definitely my new favorite cobbler recipe, and so fun to make. Peace, Stephanie

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  28. millions of peaches, peaches for me. yes, fresh, juicy peaches are grand, but fresh, juicy peach cobbler is superb!

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  29. Ok, I've made this peach cobbler twice now. It's absolutely wonderful!!!!! My family has raved about it both times.

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