Camie's Easy Peach Cobbler

"This is a simple cobbler that is great on a brunch menu or for dessert."
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  • Pour peaches into a 9x9 pan.
  • Cream butter and sugar together.
  • Sift dry ingredients and add to butter mixture.
  • Stir in milk.
  • spread over peaches going to edge of pan.
  • sprinkle with 2-4 Tablespoons sugar.
  • Pour reserved liquid over top, just enough to make wet, if using syrup you may want to skip the sugar.
  • Bake 350 for 30-45 min or until golden.

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  1. I made this with gluten-free flour and it was STILL delicious.
  2. So easy but so very tasty! I used an 8x11 pan, but otherwise kept to the directions. Left out the sprinkling of sugar and didn't use much of the drained syrup (maybe 1/4 cup, if that). Better than any other peach cobbler I've tasted -- loved the different spices in there! -- and it was gobbled up quickly! Tastes wonderful served a la mode :)
  3. This is a great easy cobbler recipe when time is short or peaches aren't in season.
  4. This was pretty good. My opinion (I didn't like it) was affected by the fact that it was not the cobbler I was looking for. That is why I am not awarding stars.
  5. Easily the best peach cobbler I've ever eaten. My husband agrees. That's saying something since his mother is one of those farmhouse cooks that makes everything she prepares taste great.


  1. This is a simple and easy dish great flavors I choose to use frozen peaches instead of canned and used splenda instead of sugar and since I didn't have any reserved syrup I made my own with a little peach schnapps and triple sec - added some fresh whip cream and what an elegant dessert it became!!!


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