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Peach Cobbler

Southern Peach Cobbler Recipes

Are you craving some down home southern cooking food? Well, try my delicious Southern Peach Cobbler Recipe and you will feel like you are right at home again! Watch me easy to follow recipe video that I have posted below for a step-by-step tutorial on how to make this delicious Southern Peach Cobbler in your home today!

Southern Peach Cobbler Recipe

In the South one of the most famous desserts served is Peach Cobbler. This Southern Peach Cobbler recipe is the perfect choice to use fresh juice peaches for. The juicy peaches combined with the spices infused in this delicacy are superb.

Best served warm with generous servings of Vanilla Ice Cream for a dreamy taste that is hard to beat.

It is very easy to make and the taste of the season ripe peaches really makes this Southern Peach cobbler recipe.

It is a perfect dessert to follow a dinner of Southern Fried Chicken, mashed potatoes and Corn on the Cobb. It cannot get much better than this for a true taste of the good old South. Continue reading

Southern Peach Cobbler Recipe

Have you been searching for a delicious dessert recipe that will take you back to all the family dinners at home with the folks? Try my amazing Southern Peach Cobbler Recipe today! Check out my easy to follow recipe video that I have posted below. It provides step-by-step instructions and great tips on how to make the best Southern Peach Cobbler Recipe today!

Southern Peach Cobbler

Ripe juicy Southern Peaches baked in flakey crust and served warm with ice cream. It’s a slice of Southern heaven just begging to be eaten.

An old time Southern favorite enjoyed by many for hundreds of years in the Deep South.

Families will really love this easy Southern Peach Cobbler dessert. Serve this wonderful Southern Peach Cobbler recipe for family and guests. The family and guests will be begging for your authentic Southern recipe. Continue reading

Easy Spiced Peach Cobbler in a Crockpot

Peach cobbler is famous in the United Kingdom as well as the United States. This fruity dessert is covered in pastry and then baked in the oven, although you can make a delicious crockpot version if you prefer. There are also stovetop variations which are popular in New England and other areas but using a slow cooker is still the easiest way to make this classic dessert because once the mixture is in there you just have to leave it. It will not dry out either because the tight lid holds all the moisture inside so your cobbler can cook gently and slowly by itself.

You can use fresh or thawed peaches for the recipe, as both will work. The peaches are combined with vanilla, cinnamon and more, for a mouthwatering result. The biscuit mix means you do not need to make a pastry dough by hand and it gives this crockpot peach cobbler just the right texture. Serve this peach cobbler warm with vanilla ice cream or whipped heavy cream or even both!

You will need a three quart crockpot for this recipe although you could use a slightly bigger one if that is what you have. Feel free to leave out some of the sugar if you do not have a particularly sweet tooth. Most people like cobber recipes to be quite sweet so you can taste the cobbler mixture before adding it to the crockpot if you like. That would be the easiest way to tell if it is sweet enough. Continue reading

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