MYO: Melt in your Mouth Peach Cobbler

MELT IN YOUR MOUTH PEACH COBBLER 1/2 cup butter 1 cup flour 1 cup sugar 1 cup milk 2 tsp. baking powder 2 to 4 cups peeled and sliced peaches, including juice Place butter in a large casserole dish and place in oven. Heat oven to 350

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  1. #1
    Liss
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    MELT IN YOUR MOUTH PEACH COBBLER

    1/2 cup butter
    1 cup flour
    1 cup sugar
    1 cup milk
    2 tsp. baking powder
    2 to 4 cups peeled and sliced peaches, including juice

    Place butter in a large casserole dish and place in oven. Heat oven to 350
    degrees F.

    As the butter melts in the oven, mix flour, sugar, milk, and baking powder
    together until smooth; set aside.

    Measure out 2-4 cups of fruit including juice (Use slightly less juice than
    fruit); set aside.

    When butter is melted and casserole is hot, quickly pour in the batter, then
    pour the fruit over the top. The fruit will sink to the bottom as it bakes.
    Bake for 1 hour, until brown and bubbly. Let it cool about 1/2 hour before
    serving to let the juices<SPAN class="718503217-16072008">thicken.


    ~Enjoy !~
    Liss
    Creator/Designer
    of www.Budget101.com




  2. #2
    artistic wings
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    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Book Antiqua;">Thank you for these yummy peach recipes! My tree is *loaded* this year, and if everything makes I'm going to be busy making! You can also make peach pies ahead of time and put them in the freezer and then just take them out and bake them (something my Aunt did when she had her restaurant biz). Fresh peach pies... Just frozen for a little bit. LOL
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  3. #3
    Liss
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    <SPAN class="999591819-16072008">>>Thank you for these yummy peach recipes! My tree is *loaded* this year<<
    <SPAN class="999591819-16072008">
    <SPAN class="999591819-16072008">I'm envious of your tree! <g> *sigh* maybe next year.
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    <SPAN class="999591819-16072008">>>you can also make peach pies ahead of time and put them in the freezer and then just take them out and bake them (something my Aunt did when she had her restaurant biz).<<
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    <SPAN class="999591819-16072008">MM... sounds heavenly, thanks for the tip.
    <SPAN class="999591819-16072008">
    <SPAN class="999591819-16072008"> I've got a couple bushels I need to get canned and I found a rather interesting recipe for peach pickles to try this year. I'm anxious to munch on those <G>. If they're yummy I'll post step by step with photos on the site for all to enjoy. <G>
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    <SPAN class="999591819-16072008">Love this time of year,
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    <SPAN class="999591819-16072008">Liss
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    artistic wings
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    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Book Antiqua;">Liss,
    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Book Antiqua;">
    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Book Antiqua;">Our peach tree produces about 1 of every 3 years. This year we got lucky after our hard winter, even with the late freezing we had, it wasn't enough to harm the fruit (yay!!!). The peaches on this tree are like the Lady Elberta style peaches - and when we planted the tree some 13 years ago I never thought they would be as delicious as they are. If you were closer I would share! They are a ways from being ready to pick - end of August, first part of September usually. But hubby and I had to prop up one of the branches due to the weight of what is yet to come. ))))))
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    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Book Antiqua;">Peach pickles sound interesting.. Have never had those. Looking forward to what you put up!
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       <FONT face="Book Antiqua" size="2">Roxanne (Southern Oregon)









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    angies_groups
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    I just bought a bushel of peaches (it will
    be a few years before my trees produce). Tomorrow I’m making a batch of peach
    jam, plum sauce (made with peaches), and I’m going to try a new jelly recipe
    made with the peach pits and skins discarded in the main peach session. I’m
    going to add a bit of ginger to it. Long day tomorrow but I love it!



    Next week, it’s all about canning meats:
    meatballs, chili and some others in my pressure canner.






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    <font size="3" face="Book Antiqua">
    12.0pt;font-family:"Book Antiqua";">Our peach tree produces about 1 of every 3
    years. This year we got lucky after our hard winter, even with the late
    freezing we had, it wasn't enough to harm the fruit (yay!!!). The peaches on
    this tree are like the Lady Elberta style peaches - and when we planted the
    tree some 13 years ago I never thought they would be as delicious as they
    are. If you were closer I would share! They are a ways from being ready to
    pick - end of August, first part of September usually. But hubby and I had
    to prop up one of the branches due to the weight of what is yet to come.
    ))))))


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    12.0pt;font-family:"Book Antiqua";">Peach pickles sound interesting..
    Have never had those. Looking forward to what you put up!


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    10.0pt;font-family:"Book Antiqua";">Roxanne (Southern
    Oregon)






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    Heather Knisley
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    "I’m going to try a new jelly recipe made with the peach pits and skins discarded in the main peach session. I’m going to add a bit of ginger to it. " Recipe, pretty please? Heather

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