Super Simple Peach Cobbler

Summer is my favorite season and part of the reason I love it so much is due to the freshness of fruits and vegetables this time of year. I love snacking on fresh, juicy peaches from the farmer’s market and enjoy cooking them up in recipes like this simple peach cobbler. A recipe doesn’t have to be complicated to be good and this sweet concoction doesn’t disappoint. (Recipe below)

Simple Peach Cobbler Recipe - Town and Country LivingJust a few ingredients come together to create this palatable, sweet dish.

 

Summer Peaches for Simple Peach Cobbler Recipe - Town and Country LivingStart with fresh peaches that are ripe. When they’re ripe, they have better flavor and they’re easier to peel.

 

Peaches and sugar for simple peach cobbler - Town and Country LivingPeel ‘em, cut ‘em up, and add some sugar and cinnamon before baking with the batter.

 

Simple Peach Cobbler Recipe - Town and Country LivingServe this simple peach cobbler while it’s still warm. Mmmm. Serve it with whipped cream or eat it plain.

 

Simple Peach Cobbler Recipe - Town and Country LivingI always hope there will be leftovers so I can enjoy it the next morning for breakfast!

Super Simple Peach Cobbler

4 c. peaches; peeled, pitted and sliced
2 c. sugar (divided)
3/4 t. ground cinnamon (divided)
1/2 cup water
8 T. butter
1 1/2 c. self-rising flour (if  you don’t have self-rising, add 1 t. baking powder)
1 1/2 c. milk

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Mix the peaches, 1 cup sugar, 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, and the water in a saucepan and bring to a light boil. Lower heat and let simmer for about 10 minutes.  Meanwhile, cut up the butter and place in a 3 quart baking dish. Place it in the oven to allow butter to melt.  In a mixing bowl, combine the flour and remaining sugar. Slowly stir in the milk, stirring well by hand.

Take the melted butter out of the oven and slowly pour the batter over it. Do not stir! Carefully lay the fruit on top and carefully pour the syrup into the baking dish. Again, do not stir!  The peaches will sink to the bottom and the crust will rise to the top. Sprinkle remaining cinnamon over the top. Place in the oven and bake for approximately 40 minutes.

Enjoy!

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  1. My favorite cobbler and I am going to the farmer’s market this weekend to get some peaches.

  2. I could taste this. Mmmmmm……
    Faux tasting is probably better for my thighs, but it didn’t leave me near as content.

    Bliss

  3. So yummy:) Our peaches are not ready yet. I normally make jam and cobbler from them. I am sharing on my FB page today:)

  4. Yes, it looks awesome and easy! Thank you for the récipe, I just copied it! Have a nice Summer.
    FABBY

  5. It’s too hot.
    I went to the farm ( and its market ) the other day for peaches and thought about cobbler but its too hot to bake. But we are on the same page about fresh peaches. Love ‘em. Got some sour July apples ( Lodi ) too….oh yum

    Your cobbler looks wonderful though !

  6. My husband is the peach lover in this house. Your recipe sounds and looks delicious. I may have to give it a try.
    Thanks for sharing,
    Suzanne
    Pieced Pastimes

  7. Your cobbler looks wonderful! I love different fruit cobblers in the summertime, especially with fresh peaches! This looks wonderful, wish I could have a big scoop of it with some vanilla ice-cream! :)

  8. You had me at “super simple”! I would love to try this recipe!

  9. Stephanie Garvin-Owsley says:

    Trying this today with my class. Will let you know the outcome.

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