Just peachy

Too many peaches? No problem .. make a peach cobbler!

“The happiest of people don’t necessarily have the best of everything; they just make the most of everything that comes along their way.”- Unknown

I was a little ambitious at the farmer’s market and brought home far too many peaches.  No worries, it’s time to make MJ’s Fresh Peach Cobbler. 

Here’s what’s needed:

  • Fresh peaches, peeled, sliced into chunks and pitted (they will be juicy & messy but that’s what makes a great cobbler)
  • Sugar
  • Cinnamon
  • 1/2 stick Butter, sliced
  • Frozen Pie dough

Depending on the size of your pan (above is a 9 x 13), you may need to adjust quantities.  (I used ~12 peaches & 2 pie shells.)

Toss sliced peaches with about 2 tbsp sugar & 1 tsp cinnamon.   Break frozen pie dough into chunks and loosely tumble with peaches.  Pour mixture into a well greased pan. Sprinkle topping with 1 tbsp sugar, a little more cinnamon and dots of butter.  (the butter will melt and bake into the juicy peaches & dough … mmm).  Bake in 350 degree oven until dough is cooked .. about 20-30 min.

Enjoy served warm with vanilla ice cream!

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16 thoughts on “Just peachy

  1. There goes my diet. Well worth it.

    • just a little taste does it for me… I use a “ramekin” (buy at the $1 store) it’s the perfect serving size.. Cheers! MJ

  2. Yum! btw your fabulousity squares were enjoyed at my brother’s birthday this weekend. Thanks for the idea. They sat among chocolate cake, cherry and apple pies, and then the squares. By the end of the evening the pan was empty. Now, to make some for us.

    • Yay! So glad they were enjoyed by all … that’s what I love about sharing recipes across this medium .. it’s a way that we can “connect” once again. Cheers! MJ

  3. love your posts emjay, and peaches happen to be one of my favourites!

    • .. thank you, Tink. The great thing is you can use this recipe with just about any fresh fruit – apples, peaches, berries even nectarines and plums 🙂 Cheers! MJ

  4. cooper

    i love peach cobbler. actually i love all fruit cobblers. that looks awesome. Yes, vanilla ice cream please…

    • It’s easy-peasy, puddin’ & pie! I love all fruit cobblers, too … but even though I love blackberry, I like peach the best because there are none of those tiny little seeds to get stuck in your teeth. Mmm … summer! Thanks for popping in, Coop .. MJ

  5. Another recipe to try. And I like yours – they seem to use few ingredients and instructions. In fact, I’ve given you an award.
    http://writingfeemail.wordpress.com/2011/07/26/blog-on-fire-awards/

    • Ever notice I like the really easy but good ones? I always have called myself a “simple country cook” — I make good “real” food and lots of it… Enjoy! And, thank you for the award 🙂 Cheers, MJ

  6. Would it be piggy of me to eat 1/2?

    • Absolutely not ;). In fact, I’ve had it for breakfast once … and it was just as you’d imagine…… mm mmmm good. Cheers! MJ

  7. That looks incredibly easy and yummy! I’ll have to give it a try–peach cobbler is one of my favorites!

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