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    Default yummy peach cobbler

    This recipe works great with Apples or Pears. We had friends give us a quart of
    canned pears. Oh man o man. YUMMY in this recipe. Once I ran low on peaches
    so I did half peaches; half canned (store bought) pears. Everyone RAVED about
    how delicious it was. Also I have used Pioneer Mix simply because the taste of
    Bisquick is too identifiable. Homemade mix works better too.

    Yummy Peach Cobbler
    By Lori Fields

    This is actually a Peach Cobbler that combines two recipes into one.

    Heat oven to 375

    2 21-26 oz cans of Cling Peaches, pears, or apples; You can use fresh cut fruit.
    just add 2 tblsp water.
    ? cup sugar
    1 Tblsp Cornstarch
    ? tsp ground cinnamon
    1 tsp lemon juice

    mix the ingredients together in a pan, cook, stirring constantly, until mixture
    thickens and boils. Boil and stir 1 minute. Simmer on low until topping is
    finished being prepared.

    ? cup sugar
    1 cup Pioneer Baking mix (or bisquick, or homemade mix)
    ? cup butter
    ? half & half (you can substitute with milk)
    ? tsp vanilla

    Mix sugar and baking mix, cut in butter, add cream and vanilla.

    Pour fruit mix into baking dish. Spoon dollops of topping over fruit mix. Bake
    25 minutes or until golden brown. Serve with fresh vanilla ice cream, delicious

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    Default Re: yummy peach cobbler

    what is ? mean for the topping????????????

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