Peachy Keen Cobbler

Peachy Keen Cobbler created by Sharon123

Out of all the cobblers I have tried, this is my favorite! I got this from one of my sisters, and changed it a litttle. Sometimes I add raspberries or blueberries, etc.

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  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Place peaches in bowl, add 1 cup sugar. Stir and set aside for 30 minutes.
  • Meanwhile, sift all dry ingredients together in another bowl.
  • In separate bowl, add vanilla to milk. Stir dry ingredients into milk mixture.
  • Melt butter and add to milk/flour mixture. Place peach/sugar mixture in 11"x 8" baking dish. Pour batter over top.
  • Bake at 350*F. 30 minutes. Then turn up to 400*F. and bake another 15 minutes.
  • Enjoy!
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"Out of all the cobblers I have tried, this is my favorite! I got this from one of my sisters, and changed it a litttle. Sometimes I add raspberries or blueberries, etc."

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  1. midnitedaze
    Yum !!! I loved it ate almost all within day one :) I also used canned peaches and only have the sugar for the peaches figuring i didnt want it to be to sweet !
  2. MontanaSuz
    I tried this recipe tonight for company. I made a few changes although none major. I used 1 cup of white sugar with the sliced peaches but also added a tablespoon of tapioca at the same time to ultimately thicken the sauce up. Instead of using the remaining one cup of sugar in the topping I substituted the Splenda equivalent. Our company kept saying over and over how wonderful the cobbler was. Thank you for a great recipe!
  3. MontanaSuz
    I tried this recipe tonight for company. I made a few changes although none major. I used 1 cup of white sugar with the sliced peaches but also added a tablespoon of tapioca at the same time to ultimately thicken the sauce up. Instead of using the remaining one cup of sugar in the topping I substituted the Splenda equivalent. Our company kept saying over and over how wonderful the cobbler was. Thank you for a great recipe!
  4. Mom2Rose
    FALL PAC 2008: Outstanding!! I did have to cheat and use canned peaches. But it was fantastic even with the substitution!! I can't wait to make this again!
  5. Sharon123
    Peachy Keen Cobbler Created by Sharon123
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