Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Peach Cobbler

I chose to post this recipe today because I'm hungry for it. I'm trying to stay off sweets for a while; so, I'm hoping that just reading the recipe and knowing how good it would have tasted will satisfy my craving for it. Most people prefer cobblers with a bottom pie crust and top pie crust. I like mine with the cake consistency.

Peach Cobbler
Posted by Donna:

6 T. margarine
2 cups sugar ( l cup for the batter and 1 cup for the peaches)
3/4 cup flour
2 tsp. baking powder
3/4 cup milk
2 cups frozen or fresh peaches ( cut in bite sized pieces)

Melt the margarine in an 8 x8 glass dish. Mix the 1 cup sugar, flour, baking powder, and milk together and pour over the melted margarine. Do not stir.
Mix the remaining 1 cup sugar with the peaches. Add them on top of the other ingredients. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour.

If I use frozen peaches, I put them in a colander, then run water over them and let them drain while I melt the margarine and mix the other ingredients. Right before I add them, I add my 1 cup of sugar to them.

When I double this recipe, I always add about a tsp. of cornstarch to the batter. Of course, you and I know that cobbler has to have ice cream on top.

Well, posting this recipe has not curbed my craving for it. I'm sure we'll be enjoying it tonight for supper!!!!
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