5 Reviews

Very good cobbler. I used 1/2 cup of sugar with the fruit and I added blueberries because blueberries and peaches are great together. Thanks for the recipe.

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Wendy13 June 23, 2003

I halved the recipe, and used 2 cups of frozen mixed berries (blueberries, blackberries, raspberries). I wanted a berry crisp that used oats - and this fit the bill perfectly. I used whole-wheat flour, and only wished I had vanilla ice cream on hand to enjoy with this! It was delicious and fairly healthy to boot. Thanks!

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newspapergal October 10, 2006

It was a pretty good peach crips, but it had too much nutmeg for my taste. I think if I made it next time I would omit it and maybe add a little vanilla instead.

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Tishie6253 January 18, 2008

This was just good enough, nothing special. It may have been our peaches, which were nothing great. But when I made it, it was bland and sweet and not much else. The texture as good. I think some spices added to the peaches, or some lemon juice or rosewater would have helped.

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Alanna Dean September 23, 2007

I used peaches and blueberries, added 1/2 cup sugar like Wendy13. We found it to be a lttle too sweet for us. The topping was toooooooooooooo sugary for us. And we like sweets. Baked at 350 F for 35 mins. Used a 10x6 baking dish.

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Young Living in Texas July 14, 2003
Peach Crisp any fresh fruit can be substituted