This is a yummy cobbler that is a favorite with our family of eight. You may use up to 5 cups of peaches.

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Ingredients

10
Original recipe yields 10 servings
The ingredient list now reflects the servings specified
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Directions

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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Pour butter in to the bottom of a large casserole or 9 x 13 inch pan.

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  • In the prepared dish, toss together the peaches and 2 tablespoons sugar.

  • In a mixing bowl, combine the 1 cup sugar, salt, baking powder, flour, cinnamon, and milk. Spoon batter over the peaches.

  • Bake for 45 minutes in the preheated oven, or until top is golden brown.

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Nutrition Facts

233.8 calories; 1.8 g protein; 36.1 g carbohydrates; 25.4 mg cholesterol; 179.6 mg sodium. Full Nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

Rating: 4 stars
08/08/2007
This was a great recipe! I used it with fresh peaches and apples. If you didn't like it, here's probably what went wrong- yes, the butter should be reduced by 2-3 tablespoons. To keep the crust white/ golden brown, sprinkle the cinnamon on top of the peaches- putting it in the batter will make it too dark. Finally, this recipe is best with FRESH peaches; canned peaches are so saturated with syrup and other stuff that they don't soak up the butter. Additional juices/ syrup makes everything runny and the crust mushy, so if you have to used canned peaches, drain them really really well. Read More
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Most helpful critical review

Rating: 2 stars
10/29/2003
This recipe contains way too much butter. After it was baked the butter pooled up on top and it took five paper towels to soak it up! What a shame to let all those fresh peaches swim in all that grease. I'd reccmmend that others just butter the bottom of the baking dish or use a reasonable few tablespoons. The topping was flavorful but didn't rise much. It was more crunchy than cakey. There is lots of room for improvement here. Read More
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  • 2 star values: 16
  • 1 star values: 11
Rating: 4 stars
08/08/2007
This was a great recipe! I used it with fresh peaches and apples. If you didn't like it, here's probably what went wrong- yes, the butter should be reduced by 2-3 tablespoons. To keep the crust white/ golden brown, sprinkle the cinnamon on top of the peaches- putting it in the batter will make it too dark. Finally, this recipe is best with FRESH peaches; canned peaches are so saturated with syrup and other stuff that they don't soak up the butter. Additional juices/ syrup makes everything runny and the crust mushy, so if you have to used canned peaches, drain them really really well. Read More
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Rating: 4 stars
08/08/2007
This was a great recipe! I used it with fresh peaches and apples. If you didn't like it, here's probably what went wrong- yes, the butter should be reduced by 2-3 tablespoons. To keep the crust white/ golden brown, sprinkle the cinnamon on top of the peaches- putting it in the batter will make it too dark. Finally, this recipe is best with FRESH peaches; canned peaches are so saturated with syrup and other stuff that they don't soak up the butter. Additional juices/ syrup makes everything runny and the crust mushy, so if you have to used canned peaches, drain them really really well. Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
09/22/2003
I loved this!!! I added cinnamon to the peaches and doubled the batter as suggested for a 9 X 13. Also tried the exact recipe in a 8X8 pan and it was perfect! Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
07/13/2007
I've never made Peach Cobbler until today and I used this recipe...it tasted WONDERFUL I didn't change a thing in the recipe...I used 10 medium peaches that I got over at our local Farmers Market..to peal them easily drop peaches in boiling water for about a minute and then take them out of the boiling water with a opened spoon and put them in cold water. I'll definitely use this recipe again..IT'S A KEEPER. Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
11/02/2005
We love this recipe! This is the best cobbler I ever had. We do double the dough though. The recipe here is just a little too little. I have used this recipe for other fruits as well. Just wonderful! Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
08/15/2005
Yum! I cut this recipe in half and tried to make it a bit healthier:) I used 1T low fat margarine reduced the sugar in the dry ingredients to half and did not put any sugar on the peaches. Cooked in an 8x8 square dish for 30 minutes - perfect! Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
08/12/2011
So simple, yet so good! I cut the amount of butter in half and added an extra cup of peaches - you can never have too many peaches, right? I also used brown sugar vs. white to toss with the peaches and added a generous splash of vanilla. I left everything else the same and it baked up beautifully! It smelled wonderful and tasted even better topped with vanilla ice cream! Read More
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Rating: 2 stars
10/28/2003
This recipe contains way too much butter. After it was baked the butter pooled up on top and it took five paper towels to soak it up! What a shame to let all those fresh peaches swim in all that grease. I'd reccmmend that others just butter the bottom of the baking dish or use a reasonable few tablespoons. The topping was flavorful but didn't rise much. It was more crunchy than cakey. There is lots of room for improvement here. Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
09/04/2003
I made this in an 8x8 pan and was a bit skeptical at first when all the butter was coming to the top but as it cooks the topping rises up. Delicious! My fiance who wanted me to get his mom's recipe actually approved of this one! Read More
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Rating: 4 stars
05/08/2003
I tried this recipe two different ways. Once using peaches and the second time I used nectarines. Both of them turned out great and everyone liked both styles. Next time I plan to use a fifty-fifty split between peaches and nectarines. Read More
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