Sunday, September 04, 2011

Peach Cobbler End of Summer

What a way to end the summer Then a Homemade Peach Cobbler. I have seen this delightful summer dish made many ways but for me I like to make it as simple as can be. For myself I add a crust but just on the top.
I'm sure you will enjoy this cobbler and it will be a huge hit on your Labor day picnic

You Will Need!

Fresh large soft semi soft peaches ( I like to use Fresh Georgia Peaches if you can get them )
About 4-6 depending on size and the size of your Cobbler

1 1/2 cub of sugar
1tsp of vanilla
4-6 Fresh Peaches sliced
a pinch of Cinnamon
a pinch of nutmeg
3 cups of Bisquick
1 1/2 stick of butter
1 stick cold butter the other room temp.
1/4 cup of half and half cold cream


Rub some butter on your pie plate as you can see in the photo I used an old vintage casserole dish which looks great on a summer table
pre heat oven to 350
Cut 1 stick of cold butter in slices and add to your 2 cups of Bisquick:
with pasty cutter of food processor make your dough for crust getting it to the crumble stage or of using a pastry cutter make sure the butter is well incorporate. Add two tbs of cold cream or more if needed.
with the rest of your Bisquick add the remaining of cream sugar vanilla and spices  remaining  melted butter all to the batter take your slice peaches and mix real good into batter
in your pie dish or baking pan place batter and peaches ino it
place your dough on top so it will form a crust
Place onto a Cookie sheet as it will bubble over and put into your pre heated oven at 350 bake until crust is golden brown usually around 45 min depending on your oven
Be sure to place in center of oven to bake evenly

Sit back and enjoy the summer's last peaches with my tasty Peach Cobbler


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