Friday, March 1, 2013

Peach Cobbler

1/2 cup butter
2 (15.25 ounce) cans sliced peaches in heavy syrup
1 cup sugar
1 cup self rising flour
2/3 cup milk

Preheat oven to 425 degrees.  In a 9x9 inch baking pan, place butter.  

Put the baking pan in the oven until butter melts.  

Add peaches with the juice to the baking pan.  

In medium bowl, sugar, flour, and milk.  Mix well.  

Pour over peaches. 

Bake 40 to 50 minutes or until golden brown on top.

This is a recipe from my childhood.  It reminds me of summertime, and I am so ready for winter to be over!  We have had a lot of snow in New Mexico.

Snow in our yard.

The shelves at the grocery store are looking a little bare, and the produce that is there looks a little wilted and damaged.

But this dessert brought a smile to my face along with happy memories of my Mom baking this recipe for us when we were kids.  I love you Mom!

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  1. This looks so delicious! I love the photos as well!

  2. I made this recipe today and served it as dessert. I'm wondering if you forgot to mention some of the ingredients? The cobbler part looked and tasted like glue. But the peaches were good and we smothered it in Cool Whip so we could eat it.

    1. I forgot to say to use peaches in heavy syrup. When you pour the batter on top, you need to try and drizzle it evenly. Be sure to let it bake until it is golden brown all over the top.

    2. Was the butter supposed to be mixed into the sugar, flour, etc. or just left in the dish?

    3. Leave the butter in the dish. Do not mix. Make sur to bake it until it is really browned all over the top.

  3. Is the butter supposed to be mixed in with the dry ingredients and the milk? It doesn't say that in your recipe, but I wonder if that is the problem???

    1. No, you do not mix the butter into the batter. I am sorry you had a problem with it. I just made it again last week without a problem.

  4. Bill loves peach cobbler so this is a must make! It sounds delicious and I hope your stores are stocked now! Thanks for the recipe!