Peach Cobbler With Frozen Peaches

"Start defrosting the peaches about 2 hours before assembling and baking the cobbler. Timing does not include defrosting and marinating of the fruit"
 
Peach Cobbler With Frozen Peaches created by DOLORES K.
Ready In:
1hr 10mins
Ingredients:
12
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  • For the filling: Defrost peaches completely in colander. Gently toss peaches and sugar together in large bowl; let stand for 30 minutes, tossing several times. Drain peaches in colander set over large bowl. Whisk 2 tablespoons of drained juice (discard extra), cornstarch, lemon juice, and salt together in small bowl. Toss peach juice mixture with peach slices and transfer to 8-inch-square glass baking dish. Bake until peaches begin to bubble around edges, about 15 to 20 minutes.
  • For the topping: While peaches are baking, in food processor, pulse flour, 3 tablespoons sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt to combine. Scatter butter over and pulse until mixture resembles coarse meal, about ten 1-second pulses. Transfer to medium bowl; add yogurt and toss with rubber spatula until cohesive dough is formed. (Don't overmix dough or biscuits will be tough.) Break dough into 6 evenly sized but roughly shaped mounds and set aside.
  • To assemble and bake: When peaches bubble around edges, remove baking dish from oven and place dough mounds on top, spacing them at least 1/2 inch apart (they should not touch). Sprinkle each mound with portion of remaining 1 teaspoon sugar. Bake until topping is golden brown, about 18 minutes. Cool cobbler on wire rack until warm, about 20 minutes; serve.

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  1. Sharose B.
    Flavor was excellent. I followed the recipe exactly as received. The peaches were so hard and not cooked; it was unacceptable. Needless to say of the embarrassment felt that no one could eat it.
     
  2. Ruth M.
    I tripled the recipe. It is deliscious! I used a 1/2 sheet cake pan. I would use more peaches next time it was deliscious. I cut back on the sugar a bit and it was sweet enough!
     
  3. Kgmama
    Followed directions as written using frozen peaches that were thawed and the 8x8 cobbler was excellent! I did not want to waste the extra peach juice or the leftover biscuit topping so using a small rectangle baking dish I made 'about' a triple batch of cornstarch, lemon juice, sugar and salt and added the 2 cups extra peach juice to it. Next I dolloped the extra biscuit mix on top and baked it according to the recipe. Near the end I pushed the biscuits down into the creamy juice so it ran on top of and mostly covered the biscuit topping and baked that for a few minutes extra. We served the extra topping and juice aside the cobbler- YUM!
     
  4. DOLORES K.
    Peach Cobbler With Frozen Peaches Created by DOLORES K.
  5. bes1111
    Very tasty!! I would use at least 3 pounds of peaches next time though, I weighed mine frozen and maybe they were just extra juicy because when well drained I would have liked more peaches. Also, lazy me, I just used Bisquick mix for the topping and it was perfect. Next time I'm trying it with some of the frozen strawberries and blueberries in my freezer!
     

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