Very tasty recipe but too sweet for my tastes. I would cut down on the sugar next time or use more peaches.<br/>I wanted to use butter instead of margarine, but since the recipe didn't specify hard or soft margarine I used melted butter, which seemed to work just fine.
This was delicious and I will make it again and again. It was great with fresh carolina peaches. I used much less sugar than the recipe calls for and still loved it.
efWonderful, rich and easy-to-prepare recipe. Everyone loved it. 5 stars for everyone (I don't love the flavor of butter as much as most people, so it was a little too butter rich for me). I will make it again since it was such a big hit. <br/><br/>Thank you very much!<br/><br/>Also, the second time I made it, I halved the sugar/water topping... it was delicious, so I'll do it again to keep the sugar lower. I also used 1/2 whole wheat flour. Superb dessert!
This is amazingly simple to make, but tastes like something only the most skilled southerner could make!! Yes all, I'm from Texas, can't cook and this is spectacular! Now, if yall will excuse me, I have to start scooping out the Blue Bell ice cream now! Thank you for this recipe. To all, have a good day!
Thank-you Countrywife for this delicious Peach Cobbler recipe. It was easy and when fresh peaches are in season this is a keeper! I did add a little cinnamon and nutmeg but otherwise followed exactly as written. A hit with my picky eater family.
I used canned peaches since it is late fall and very easy with no prep. I removed the peaches with a slotted spoon so some of the juices from the can got in the bottom of the pan which was really good. I also did not use all of the sugar mixture on top of the cobbler. It turned out juicy and really delicious!!
My husband and I loves this, not to doughy, I used two ounces Peach Brandy with the water and sugar, just because I had it. Might try Nutmeg next time or not. Will try other fruits, or maybe Sweet Potatoes. A 9 inch round baking pan worked perfect.
It was my first time making a cobbler and I was serving a group of 8, so I needed a good recipe. This was a huge success. I modified it just a a little. I used butter instead of margarine (who uses margarine?) substituted a little brown sugar for some of the white sugar in the liquid, and added some cinnamon in the dry mixture. I also increased the number of servings by adding more peaches and making a bit more dough. I was expecting a very sweet cobbler since the peaches were sweet, but it was not too sweet. Everyone had more than one serving, even the guy who "doesn't eat desserts". I brought home an empty pan.
Excellent, easy cobbler. I added 1/2 tsp. each cinnamon and nutmeg, and reduced sugar to 1/2 cup for the glaze. Also used brown sugar for the sugar in the batter itself. This was excellent with vanilla ice cream. Used eight medium-large peaches. Will definitely make again.