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This is a great old fashioned cobbler recipe defiantly worth the extra effort. My family enjoys this in their own unique ways. My hubby enjoys his cold with a sprinkle of sugar while I only like it hot with a sprinkle of sugar and dash of milk. My kids will eat it hot or cold with more than a sprinkle of sugar and dash of milk. I have also top with ice cream or fresh whip cream. Any way you choose to enjoy this cobbler it is amazingly tasty. You can also substitute other kinds of fruit as well if you like. Mix it up play a little it will be a great end to your meal.

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Servings: 6
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Ingredients

Cost per serving $0.53 view details

Directions

  1. CRUST
  2. Sift dry ingredients together. Cut in shortening until mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Mix in milk to make soft dough. Stire only until moistened.
  3. FILLING
  4. Combine and mix sugar and cornstarch in a saucepan. Add peach juice and boil for 1 minute. Add sliced peaches. Pour into a baking dish. Dot with butter and sprinkle with cinnamon. Drop batter by spoonfuls onto fruit. Bake at 400* for 30 minutes.
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Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Serving %DV
Serving Size 129g
Recipe makes 6 servings
Calories 250  
Calories from Fat 84 34%
Total Fat 9.53g 12%
Saturated Fat 3.18g 13%
Trans Fat 2.14g  
Cholesterol 7mg 2%
Sodium 546mg 23%
Potassium 173mg 5%
Total Carbs 38.47g 10%
Dietary Fiber 1.7g 6%
Sugars 19.02g 13%
Protein 3.62g 6%

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  • Claudia lamascolo
    March 4, 2011
    My search is over !!! I love the ingredients in this, no oatmeal just real cobbler cant wait to try this!!!!!
    1 reply
    • maribeth carson
      March 10, 2011
      Thanks Claudia your review of my recipe was very inspiring & heartening. To many times I have been served a “cobbler” only to be disappointed and left wanting. It helps to know there are still people who think like I do about doing things OLD school! As a side note you can use the crust and substitute the filling with fresh strawberries & lemon extract (or any one you want) for the peaches it makes for a scrumptious unique strawberry short cake. Top with fresh whipping cream blended with crystallized ginger & lemon zest some fresh blueberries atop the whip cream round it of very nicely. MBC
    • ricky
      June 30, 2011
      thanks man this was easy and good i made some yesterday and it is all gone now two of my grandkids live behind me i gave them some and they wont me to make more tomorrow so tomorrow i will have them make it with me so they can make it any time they like very good thanks again
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      Comments

      • Diane Norman
        June 1, 2011
        Can't wait to try this. I been looking for an old fashioned cobbler recipe. Thanks.
        1 reply
        • maribeth carson
          June 2, 2011
          Hi Diane thanks for checking out my cobbler recipe! Welcome to CES it’s a great site to be a part of I am looking forward to seeing some of your creations. I dropped you a line on your profile too.
        • Barbara Robison
          March 5, 2011
          You'll have to help me....I'm a beginner with cobblers! I assume the crust goes on the bottom of the pie pan. Then the peach filling. Then Batter??? What batter?
          1 reply
          • maribeth carson
            March 6, 2011
            Hi Barbara thanks for checking out my cobbler recipe. Cobblers can be a great finish to your meal by mixing different kinds of fruit. In answer to your question the BATTER is what I refer to the dough prior to cooking the CRUST is how I refer to it after it is baked. Prepare the batter in a bowl per the instructions then set aside. Then have a baking dish ready to pour filling in when ready. At this time prepare the filling when you have finished this pour this in your baking dish. At this point this is when you will dot butter and sprinkle over your filling. Once you have done that grab your bowl of batter you have set aside and drop spoonfuls over your filling. DO NOT place any batter in your baking dish until after you have placed the filling in to the dish. During baking the batter will form a nice pebbly crust over the filling. Hope this was helpful good luck let me know how things turned out! Happy-Eating relish the FRUITS!!! Of your labor Maribeth
          • annie
            March 4, 2011
            I agree claudia that oatmeal thing is not real cobbler I can't wait to try this its going to be great thanks for sharing maribeth.

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