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Thread: Super easy peach cobbler

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    I have not made this yet but I am going to. I just picked two large bags of peaches at my sister inlaws house. I found this super easy recipe. Its a video...http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6i...bler_lifestyle

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    Looks like an easy recipe, I will try this one.

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    Thanks for the link! Several recipes I'll be trying especially around the holidays for quick desserts etc.

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    Thank you

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    Sure seems quick and easy and worth a try. Sounds yummy. I have my own canned peach pie filling.

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    wow thank you !!!!

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    Sounds great and easy will sure try this at our next church luncheon. Thanks for sharing.

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    I have a simple and quick reciepe:

    2 cups s/rising flour
    2 cups milk
    2 cups sugar
    1 stick oleo/butter
    1 quart or so of peaches (or any other fruit, canned or frozen or fresh).

    Mix first 3 indredients together, pour into 9 X 13 greased pan. Pour fruit over the batter, then cut oleo/butter into pats and place at radem over the top. Bake @375 degrees for about an hour or until golden brown on top.
    The batter cooks up through the batter and makes its own crust.

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    Mine is close to the one above.

    1 cup self rising flour
    1 cup milk
    1 cup sugar
    1 cube butter (melted)

    Mix all together and pour over fruit mixture.
    Bake in a 9 X 13 pan at 350 for 50 to 60 minutes
    or until brown.

    It is simple and wonderful. I keep fruit in freezer
    and dump in dish and bake when I have company.
    If you have any questions you can call me 510-223-7217
    or email: craftynell@yahoo.com

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    This sounds good...I have more peaches. i will have to try this.
    Quote Originally Posted by maryb44662
    I have a simple and quick reciepe:

    2 cups s/rising flour
    2 cups milk
    2 cups sugar
    1 stick oleo/butter
    1 quart or so of peaches (or any other fruit, canned or frozen or fresh).

    Mix first 3 indredients together, pour into 9 X 13 greased pan. Pour fruit over the batter, then cut oleo/butter into pats and place at radem over the top. Bake @375 degrees for about an hour or until golden brown on top.
    The batter cooks up through the batter and makes its own crust.

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