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    Junior Member loulou1972's Avatar
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    Hi

    Whilst on holiday in Montana we had a desert called Peach Cobbler.

    Does anybody have a recipe for it??

    Thanks

    Loulou1972

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    There are several posts for cobblers in the recipe section. Just do a search, and they will show up. :wink: I made a cherry cobbler just the other day. I make cobblers the way my Mom always made them.

    Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Put 1/2 stick of butter in a round or square baking dish. Put the dish in the oven until the butter is melted and bubbly.

    Meanwhile, in a mixing bowl add 1 cup flour, 1 cup sugar and 1 cup milk, and 1 teaspoon vanilla. Mix by hand until the consistency of a batter. If I'm making an apple cobbler, I will add a teaspoon of cinnamon.

    Remove baking dish from the oven, and pour in the batter. Add one small can of peaches (I only use a little bit of the juice) or peach pie filling on top of the batter. I use a spoon and place them where I want them to be. You can use either peach halves or slices or you could cut them into chunks. If you don't want to use peaches, you can use any pie filling you would like. Both apple pie filling and cherry pie filling are yummy! You can even use berriies -- any kind. Blackberry cobbler is delicious!!!

    Bake until nice and golden brown. I test it by touching the top of the crust with my finger to see if it's firm.

    Cobblers are especially delicious served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!!! :thumbup:

    My grandmother used to make cobblers in a similar way, but sometimes she would make a crust for the bottom of the pan, pour in the fruit and then top it with a crust. There are many different ways to make a cobbler. Experiment and see what kind you like best! I personally have never met a cobbler I didn't like!!!! :lol:

    I see that you are from the UK. Please forgive me for not converting the measurements to metric. :cry:

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    check = www.allrecipes.com I have gotten some really good ideas form this site.

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    Oooo that cherry cobbler sounds really good :D:D:D

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    Thanks Patty

    Cups are good and i can't wait to give it a go.

    Loulou

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    Simple and good peach cobbler recipe:

    1 c. Bisquick
    1 c. sugar
    1 c. milk
    1 egg
    Mix all ingredients with mixer. Heat oven to 350 degrees. Pour 2 tablespoons of melted butter in 9x13 inch pan. Pour batter in pan. Spoon 3 cups peeled and sliced fresh peaches over batter and stir gently. Cook for 1 hour.

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    Lazy Day Peach Cobbler:

    Mix together well in a bowl:
    1 C self-rising flour
    1 C sugar

    In a 9"x13" oblong cake pan:
    Melt 1 stick of margarine
    Stir in 1 cup of milk

    Stir the flour/sugar mixture into the liquid (DO NOT stir flour directly into the liquid, as it causes major lumps)

    Spoon 1 large (20 oz-?) can of peaches with liquid over the top. Bake at 350 until done.

    Cinnamon or other spices can be added to the sugar/flour mix
    Other fruit with adequate liquid can be used in place of peaches.

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    I use the same receip, I've even used figs, I thought it would be horrible, but my MIL insisted. Bless her heart it was very good.

    I got the "I told you so" line.

    I love her anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by pattilynn
    I use the same receip, I've even used figs, I thought it would be horrible, but my MIL insisted. Bless her heart it was very good.

    I got the "I told you so" line.

    I love her anyway
    WOW! Would've never thought of using figs in a cobbler! Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pab58
    There are several posts for cobblers in the recipe section. Just do a search, and they will show up. :wink: I made a cherry cobbler just the other day. I make cobblers the way my Mom always made them.

    Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Put 1/2 stick of butter in a round or square baking dish. Put the dish in the oven until the butter is melted and bubbly.

    Meanwhile, in a mixing bowl add 1 cup flour, 1 cup sugar and 1 cup milk, and 1 teaspoon vanilla. Mix by hand until the consistency of a batter. If I'm making an apple cobbler, I will add a teaspoon of cinnamon.

    Remove baking dish from the oven, and pour in the batter. Add one small can of peaches (I only use a little bit of the juice) or peach pie filling on top of the batter. I use a spoon and place them where I want them to be. You can use either peach halves or slices or you could cut them into chunks. If you don't want to use peaches, you can use any pie filling you would like. Both apple pie filling and cherry pie filling are yummy! You can even use berriies -- any kind. Blackberry cobbler is delicious!!!

    Bake until nice and golden brown. I test it by touching the top of the crust with my finger to see if it's firm.

    Cobblers are especially delicious served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!!! :thumbup:

    My grandmother used to make cobblers in a similar way, but sometimes she would make a crust for the bottom of the pan, pour in the fruit and then top it with a crust. There are many different ways to make a cobbler. Experiment and see what kind you like best! I personally have never met a cobbler I didn't like!!!! :lol:

    I see that you are from the UK. Please forgive me for not converting the measurements to metric. :cry:
    This is a must do!! I'm checking my pantry for ingredients tonight!

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