Old Fashioned Peach Cobbler
Each bite has a delicious covering of caramelized sugar!
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to make during peach season.
Why you'll ❤️ Old Fashioned
This is a simple to make fruit dessert to enjoy when peaches are in season!
Make this all year round - frozen peaches can be used too!
The caramelized sugar topping is delicious!
– Fresh peaches
– Nutmeg & Cinnamon
– Pantry staples
This Southern cobbler is simple to make and will quickly become a new favorite.
This cobbler has an unusual crispy topping which is created by pouring
over a batter that has been topped with sugar. The sugar is caramelized as it bakes forming this amazing crispy topping.
This is the type of recipe you’re going to find in a Southern church cookbook.
You can prep this Southern-style peach cobbler in about 15 minutes thanks to a short ingredient list. It takes even less time if you leave the skins on the peaches.
Some fruit cobblers use cornstarch or flour as a thickener.
However, in this recipe, the peaches cook down and release some of the peach juices but most of the liquid is absorbed into the topping.
What I really love is that there is no sugar added to the peaches, just lemon zest and juice.
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Pro Tip: If your peaches aren’t quite ripe, here are some tips for
how to ripen a peach
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