Peach Cobbler

So last week, I sat down to write this post. I completed the whole thing, and I really thought I had saved it. Couple of hours later, I am ready to upload the picture and guess what! no post 😦 Its taken me a few days to sit down and get the recipe together

Alright, so why Peach Cobbler? well I love Cobblers, berry cobblers are my fav along with peach cobblers. I think it was when I was in Texas when I got to try my first cobbler. It was a huge meal followed by this yummy cobbler. I came across this recipe on justapinch and I had to had to make it immediately. So the can of peaches were bought the next day and I made it for K and I. This is like the perfect dessert for very busy people!

So last week, I sat down to write this post. I completed the whole thing, and I really thought I had saved it. Couple of hours later, I am ready to upload the picture and guess what! no post 😦 Its taken me a few days to sit down and get the recipe together

Summary

    Ingredients

    1 can Peach : sliced peaches
    1 cup Self-rising flour :
    1/2 cup Butter : – divide it into 2
    3/4 cup Sugar : plus 2 tbsp
    180 C Preheat your oven to / 350 F

    Steps

    1. Mix the flour with 3/4cup of sugar and 1/4 cup of the melted butter together. Sprinkle one-third of this flour mixture on the bottom of this baking dish
    2. Next pour the can of peaches along with the juice over this mixture. The juice needs to cover the peaches if its not add some water. Less later means a dry cobbler, and if the peach is swimming in the juice, you will get a soupy cobbler
    3. Finally, top the peaches with the remaining flour mixture. Also, sprinkle the remaining 2 tbsp of sugar and the 1/4 cup of butter
    4. Bake 30-40mins until its brown and bubbly. Serve hot with some french vanilla ice-cream!
    5. ENJOY!

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