Very Easy Peach Cobbler

"This is very easy and very good."
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  • NOTE: DO NOT MIX flour, sugar and milk together!
  • Flour mixture will cook through the fruit making its own crust.
  • If using blueberries and there isn't enough juice, put berries in pan and add 1/4 cup to 1/2 cup of water and cook slowly.
  • In baking dish put peaches in juices first spreading evenly across dish.
  • Put flour, sugar and milk in a bowl but DO NOT MIX.
  • Pour over top of peaches.
  • Slice butter and put butter slices all over the top.
  • Bake at 350° for 25 to 30 minutes.

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  1. ABAcalvarywife
    As written this is a three, however, with just a little change it can be a five!!! Do mix all ingredients together including butter, which should be melted, reduce the peaches to one can and you have yourself a yummy, easy-peasy peach cobbler!
  2. The Domestic Diva
    Sorry, but this did not work for me at all.
  3. liamjharrison
    I dont know whats wrong with the person who wrote this recipe or those who reviewed it. <br/><br/>1. Not mixing the mixture is a terrible idea, it leads to raw flour in the 'finished' product.<br/>2. The temperature and cook times are just plain wrong, they result in an undercooked dish.<br/>3. Considering the complexity of the recipe this means that the recipe is, for the most part, incorrect. Why anyone has left reviews with 4-5 stars with change recommendations is beyond me. <br/><br/>This is a terrible recipe, go and find another one. Do not under any circumstances try to cook this recipe it will make you ill if you try to eat it.
  4. Peters Mom
    I used 3 1/2 - 15 oz cans of peaches. I think using smaller cans - may have more juice than just 2 - 28 oz cans. I cooked it a total of 40 minutes because it looked extremely runny when I checked it at 30 min. After removing it from the oven and letting it cool off - it still is very juicy. We had to throw the whole thing away.
  5. toddman
    I mixed all the ingredients prior to adding them to the peaches. This included the butter, which, as it is summer here, was very soft, but not melted. I also sifted the flour twice to make it nice and fluffy. I cooked it for 40 minutes instead of 25, too. This made it turn out great!


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