When I see a recipe marked “GRANDMOTHER’S” I completely trust it and in 100% of cases I am sure of an excellent result. Because granny for me is a holy and wise woman, and it will be a great impudence to speculate on the name if this is not true.
MY FAVORITE PEACH COBBLER;
I associate this recipe with fond memories of my grandmother. By the way, she never cooked it. My grandmother loved recipes tested over the years and prepared only what she was well versed in.
In her youth, she never saw canned peaches, and she never heard the word “cobbler” at all. The appearance of this recipe in our family is the merit of my mother. She tried it somewhere and decided to cook it herself.
Grandmother, a very skeptical woman, was always distrustful of everything new. But she liked this dish so much that it became one of her and our favorite desserts.
What are the ingredients for peach cobbler?
All ingredients for a peach cobbler are easily accessible and usually at hand. The dough includes flour, sugar, baking powder, and milk.
In this recipe, I used canned peaches, which makes it easy to cook cobbler, as you can find them on the shelf at any time of the year. Use fresh peaches when it’s peach season preferably, and replace the syrup with peach juice.
HOW TO MAKE ‘GRANDMOTHER’ PEACH COBBLER?
Follow the simple recipe below to make this delicious Peach Cobbler from scratch.
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Cut the butter into pieces, put it in a baking dish, and put it in the oven for several minutes until the butter has melted.
- In a bowl, combine flour, one cup of sugar, and baking powder.
- Add milk and peach syrup to the bowl, mix everything with a whisk.
- Put the peaches in melted butter.
- Pour liquid batter on top.
- In a separate bowl, mix half a cup of sugar, ground cinnamon, and nutmeg, mix.
- Sprinkle peaches on top with a mixture of sugar and spices.
- Bake for 45 to 60 minutes in a preheated oven until golden brown. Cool for 15 minutes before serving.
In this cobbler, you can replace canned peaches with fresh ones. Peel them and remove the stone. Replace the syrup with half a cup of peach juice.
Can I make peach cobbler with canned peaches?
Canned peaches are used in this recipe. The syrup interferes with the dough. But, you can replace canned peaches with fresh ones. Peel them, remove the stone. Cut into halves, slices, or cubes. Replace the syrup with half a cup of peach juice.
Why is my peach cobbler gummy?
The gummy filling can come from peaches. Never use canned pie filling. Choose canned peaches from good manufacturers. Fruits should be resilient and not spread apart under the fingers.
You will avoid this problem by replacing canned peaches with fresh ones. Choose hard, slightly unripe fruits. Frozen peaches can also be used. Just make sure that you have thawed them completely and removed the excess fluid.
Can you freeze peach cobbler?
Cobbler can be frozen in two stages. First, you can freeze it before baking. When all the steps for the recipe have been completed, cover the baking dish with cling film and foil.
Be careful not to spill the batter, place the baking dish in the freezer on a flat surface. Before cooking, defrost the cobbler overnight, and then bake it.
Secondly, you can freeze a ready-made cobbler. Wait until it has completely cooled, wrap it with foil, and place it in the freezer. Before serving, defrost it in the refrigerator overnight. Serve cold or lightly preheat in the oven.
How to store peach cobbler?
It is best to store the peach cobbler in the refrigerator. Cool the cobbler, and then cover it with cling film or foil and store for up to 5 days. You can also fold it into a plastic sealed container with a lid.
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GRANDMOTHER FAVORITE PEACH COBBLER
- 1 stick butter
- 1 1/2 cups sugar
- 1 cup flour
- 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
- 3/4 cup milk
- 1 can (30 ounces) sliced peaches in syrup
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1/3 teaspoon nutmeg
- Melt the butter in a baking dish.
- In a deep bowl, combine flour, a cup of sugar, and baking powder. Add milk and peach syrup, mix.
- Put peaches in melted butter, pour in liquid batter. Mix half a cup of sugar with cinnamon and nutmeg and sprinkle on top of the peaches.
- Bake at 350 F for 45-60minutes until golden brown.
- Use halves of peaches, cut into slices or cubes as desired.
- Different brands of canned peaches may contain different amounts of syrup. If your dough is too thin, add a few extra tablespoons of flour or corn starch.