Peach Cobbler Recipe

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bakechef

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You are so so welcome! I enjoy this recipe a lot, and I'm glad that I can share it with others!

Thanks for the great feedback!
 

HomeCook58

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it didn't brown and look like the picture. Otherwise it was easy to make. The butter seemed to be puddled also. I left it in an additional 5 minutes and still not brown. However, the peaches were done and I put it out to cool. Since I am cooking for my invalid wife I look for quick things to cook. BTW my oven temp is correct..
 
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GA Home Cook

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I have made this many times and it is great. Some things I have done. Yes you can use canned peaches. I use one of the large cans. I have used canned pears (UMMM), apples, blackberries, frozen strawberries, mango... It's unlimited.
 

bakechef

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The only time that I had trouble with it browning was when I used a high sided casserole dish, now I use a deep dish pie dish and it always browns well with all of the butter and sugar!
 

Lance Bushrod

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I know this is a dated thread but please humor me. I'm hungry for a peach cobbler but no fresh peaches are available. I've got two cans of canned peaches in heavy syrup and if I was to use them, how much sugar would you recommend?

Sir Loin, I was stationed at a reserve unit in WV and had army business at the national guard camp outside of Kingwood. I stopped at a restaurant in town for lunch and had the buckwheat pancakes. I was not disappointed.
 

Cooking Goddess

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Lance, I'm not sure canned peaches would be a good choice. They're pretty much already cooked by the time they're processed. If you're looking to use them up, you could top with a crumble topping, or take a short-cut with granola.

If your aim is to make a baked cobbler, I think frozen peaches are a better bet. Good luck with getting a taste of summer!
 

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