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Have never made a cobbler and this was a great recipe to start out with. Made this for my mom's 87th birthday and it was a hit!!! Did add cinnamon, will be making this again.
Very good. I used about 9 fresh peaches because I needed to use them up. I think with that many peaches next time I will double the cobbler part. I would probably cut down on the sugar also. A little too sweet but still super easy and yummy.
BEST EVER COBBLER!!! thank U for posting made a few changes due to on hand items. used brown sugar and splenda just mixed them for same amount of sugar suggested also used heavy whipping cream for the milk and we always use real butter. baked for 45 mins it was perfect (our gas oven cooks faster than most) everything else was just as recipe. served warm with some whipped cream on top :) this is a keeper making this with apples next! enjoy
This is a very good cobbler. I also decreased the amount of sugar like others.
The family loved this recipe. They like cobblers on the sweet side with no nutmeg and no cinnamon. After warming the cobbler, it's something about the smell of the combination of hot spices with peaches they don't like. This is truly an old fashioned recipe. Thanks for sharing.
This was a quick and easy recipe and very delicious! I think next time I might try using whole wheat flour for half of the flour to make it even more health. :-) Thanks for sharing!
Wow, what a wonderful, easy, and delicious recipe!! I usually don't review a recipe if I've altered it, but in this case, I have to add my five stars. I had three overripe peaches that I needed to cook, but since they weren't enough, I added a cup of fresh cherries and blueberries. I otherwise left the recipe as written. Amazing, easy, and SO delicious!! If I used just peaches instead of adding the tart berries, I would cut the sugar as mentioned by other posters as a personal preference.
This is an excellent peach cobbler recipe. I was a little confused on the butter though? It doesn't say if it is melted butter or not? I used my pastry blender and mashed it into the flour mixture before adding the milk and vanilla. It turned out perfect. Next time I might add more peaches, I used fresh. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
I knew I could not allow this summer to pass without making some peach cobbler. The peaches have been so tasty this year that I seem to buy them every week and they just disappear before I am able to put them into a recipe. Yesterday I had 5-6 peaches just jumping into the bowl saying this was the day! This is such a simple and delicious recipe!! Using the stated 1 1/2 cups of sugar, I do believe you could add a few more peaches into the mix without changing the rest of the recipe at all, if you wanted to use of a few more peaches. I made this recipe as stated, however using a round 1 1/2 qt Pyrex casserole dish with a lid so I could easily store any remainder. The cobbler did bubble up a bit, so if you use this dish, be sure to put a drip tray underneath to be sure to catch and drips and not mess up your oven. I served with a little scoop of vanilla ice cream and I was in Peach Cobbler Heaven!! My summer is now complete, Thanks to you, Countrywife!!
Tryed this and it reminded me of my Grandma's peach cobbler when I was a kid. Have beed looking for a recipe close to her's for a long time and I found it! Thank you!!!