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Saturday, August 21, 2010

Peach Cobbler Recipe


peach cobbler

I'm not sure I'll be able to stay connected, so I'm going to just pass along the peach cobbler recipe. It's an adaptation of one I found on line. Thanks for all the great comments. I'll try to respond as the new week begins!

preheat oven to 425 degrees F
six servings:
6 fresh peaches, peeled and sliced
1/4 c sugar
1 T lemon juice
2 t cornstarch

toss the peaches with the other three ingredients
Grease an oven-safe 8x8 inch pan
Spread peaches evenly in pan
Bake for 10 minutes

Meanwhile, use your favorite biscuit recipe and mix up enough for one biscuit per serving. Add just a little extra milk so the dough is soft. Drop dollops on top of the peaches and bake an additional 10 minutes till the biscuits are slightly browned.

Serve warm, with whipped cream or topping if desired.



6 comments:

Ann said...

Boy does that ever look good.

Glynis said...

Yummy. You have given me a great idea for the mountain of plums I have been given. Thanks!

Jean said...

I have a similar recipe. I love peach clobber!

Secondary Roads said...

That looks so good . . . Yum yum.

Auntie E said...

I love peach cobbler. i will have to try this recipes.

Sharkbytes said...

Ann- I know... I wish there was some left.

Glynis- mmmm, I bet plum would be good too. Might need more sugar.

Jean- yeah, they are probably all similar. But I know this one works now.

Chuck- I'm happy to share!

Auntie E- Let me know if you like it or have another, better one. I think the lemon juice gives it a little oomph, and keeps the peaches bright.

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