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Peach Cobbler Recipe

In this post I share my super easy peach cobbler recipe.  You will enjoy this recipe because it uses basic ingredients found in most kitchen pantries.  Check out the peach harvest from our trees here in our home garden.

Peach Cobbler Recipe

This has got to be one of the easiest and most rewarding recipes I have put together in a while.  It is the end of summer so I’ve been busy enjoying raw harvest and quick salad creations.  At first glace turning the oven on to bake this may make one think it is a long task to create the dish but it is far from that.  Super easy and taste preach cobbler recipe using basic ingredients.  Here is what you will need to make this tasty treat.  If you don’t grow your own peaches, no worries ,  check out local farmers market for what is in season.  The peaches in my garden are harvest during the end of July and middle of August.  Here is what you need for the recipe:

  • fresh peaches
  • flour
  • sugar
  • butter
  • milk
  • sugar
  • cinnamon

Scroll down to get the printable recipe card featuring the Peach Cobbler below.

Peach Cobbler Perfect Harvest

Some people find it hard to believe that we grow tasty peaches in Ohio.  The peach trees we grow in our home orchard provide a bountiful harvest.  Our trees are hardy to zone 5b and do require a little work. You will have to prune the trees to be sure the branches can handle the heavy harvest.  One of the older trees had issues with a peach bore that likes to attack early in the soil.  My Yellow Peach tree doesn’t have these issues even though it is super easy to take care.   Check out Amazon or perfect plants and peach trees that can be sent to your front door in a few days!

Scroll down to get the printable recipe card on this post featuring the Peach Cobbler.

Peach Cobbler Recipe

Recipe by Bren HaasCourse: DessertCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy
Servings

6

servings
Prep time

10

minutes
Baking Time

minutes

20

Ingredients

  • 6 peaches  about 4 cups (peeled, cored and chunked) 

  • 3/4 cup granulated sugar

  • for the batter
  • 5 tablespoons of butter 

  • 1 cup of all-purpose flour

  • 1 cup of granulated sugar

  • 2 teaspoons of baking powder

  • 1/4 of salt

  • 3/4 cup whole milk

  • ground cinnamon

Directions

  • Add the peaches, sugar and dash of salt to a saucepan and stir until combine.

  • cook on medium heat for about 2 minutes or until the sugar is dissolved into the peaches.

  • Preheat the oven to 350*F.  Slice butter into pieces and add to a 6"x9" baking dish.  Microwave butter to melt or place in warm oven.

  • In a large mixing bowl add flour , sugar, baking powder, and salt.  Stir in the milk just enough to combine.  Pour the mixture into the pan, over the melted butter evenly.

  • Spoon the peaches and juice over the batter.  Sprinkle cinnamon over the top.

  • Bake at 350*F for a bout 35-40 minutes or until the top of brown and juice is bubbling on top.  Serve with vanilla ice cream if desired.

  • Canned or frozen peaches can be substituted if undrained.

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At the end of this post I am really hoping you take advantage of the tips on growing peaches we share.  Be sure to make a copy of the Peach Cobbler Recipe so you can whip some up for your family and friends.  More recipes and growing tips can be found on my website.

Happy Peach Cobbler Eating,

Bren

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Bren Haas is the creator of GardenChat which is the first online gardening social community using social media. Her website features gardening tips and tricks, recipes, travel ideas, product reviews, and social media how-to help from her personal and unique experiences.

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