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Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Peach Cobbler's peach season.
Here's another way to enjoy them.

2 cups sugar
2 cups flour
1 tsp. salt
2 eggs

Mix all ingredients together until crumbly.
Line 13 x 9 pan with fresh Peach Slices
(Mix in a little sugar if needed.)
Place the crumbled topping over the peaches,
then drizzle with 12 Tblsp. melted butter overall.
(Note: You can half the recipe for the topping and
make it in a 9 x 9 pan. Same bake time.)

Bake 350' for 45-55 minutes until lightly browned.
Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Thanks to Joan Smith for this one.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I made this cobbler last night for dessert for guests, and it was delicious. Thought 12 tablespoons of butter was quite a lot, though. I went to our local farm stand, and asked for seconds of peaches, slightly bruised and a little overripe. They were perfect for the cobbler. I would definitely make this recipe again. And my guests thought it was yummy with ice cream.

2:34 PM  
Blogger DSL said...

I made it half size in the 9 x 9 pan and just drizzled some (unmeasured) melted butter over the top. I think the next time I'll add some berries with the peaches, whatever I happen to have. Whipped cream is a good topping too!

3:37 PM  

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