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    • Peach Cobbler Mix in a Mug

      Peach Cobbler Mix in a Mug

      2 T. sugar
      2 T. flour
      1/4 tsp baking powder

      Measure all into small Ziploc baggie, seal & shake to combine.

      1 (4 oz) container snack size peaches

      Place the peaches cup in a mug lined with tissue paper, add the cobbler mix on top.

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      Melt 1 T. margarine in mug & melt, when done, add mix & 2 T. Milk, whisk well. add peaches on batter and cook 2 more minutes.
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      Comments 3 Comments
      1. Irishcolleen's Avatar
        Love it! So easy! Is this cooked in a microwave, though?
      1. FreebieQueen's Avatar
        Quote Originally Posted by Irishcolleen View Post
        Love it! So easy! Is this cooked in a microwave, though?

        Yes, or you could put the ingredients in a ramekin and cook them in the oven for 14-17 minutes at 350F
      1. Irishcolleen's Avatar
        Tried this, last night. It was ok, but even with an 1100 watt microwave, it needs to be cooked 2 1/2 minutes. I think the next time I make it, I'll put it in a regular oven for the 14-17 minutes at 350F, and see if it comes out better.

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