Peach Cobbler Recipe
It’s peach season here now and one of my favorite things to do is break out my dad’s peach cobbler recipe! I love this dish because even though it has absolutely no butter in it, it somehow tastes like a rich, decadent buttery dessert!
This recipe is more reminiscent of a peach bread pudding that a traditional cobbler, but I promise you will love it. Even better it’s a FOUR INGREDIENT peach cobbler recipe! Woot woot!
Here’s what you need:
– 4-5 large peaches
– 1.5 cups of sugar
– 1 cup of self-rising flour (make sure it is self—rising or this will be a flop…literally)
– 1 cup of milk
Remove the skin from your peaches and cut in large chunks. (Like the size you would see in a can.) Put them in a pot with a ½ cup of sugar. Bring to a slow boil and remove them from heat when soft. This usually takes about 10-15 minutes. (Don’t worry – this is the “hardest” part! Ha!)
Mix together 1 cup of sugar, 1 cup of flour and 1 cup of milk and pour into a greased 8×8 glass pan. It is about the consistency of a pancake batter. Pour the cooked peaches on top of the mixture (don’t stir) and bake at 350 for 40-45 minutes.
When you pull it out of the oven, it should have a slightly browned top.
I love eating mine warm with ice cream!
If you make it, please let me know or feel free to comment below with any questions!
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