Southern Peach Cobbler
Everybody loves this recipe, even my friends who do not like sweets. Excellent with fresh whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.
Everybody loves this recipe, even my friends who do not like sweets. Excellent with fresh whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.
Very tasty, BUT I too, got a soggy mess. I think next time the peaches should be close to drained (very little syrup) AND maybe 1/2 cup milk. I knew putting the batter in the dish that it would not puff up and turn cakey - the batter was just too thin. THen with all the peach syrup on top (even though I held back quite a bit) it was just too soupy. Great taste though!Read More
So easy and good! Perfect for a last minute dessert. I didn't have self rising flour so I added baking powder and salt. I also added cinnamon since we all like it. It was delicious. My family will be wanting me to make this one often.
I halved the recipe, except for the sugar, using 1/2 cup white, 1/2 cup brown. I also used 4 of the single serving peach cups instead of canned fruit. added a good bit of vanilla and cinnamon to crust mix. also sprinkled the tops of the peaches with brown sugar and cinnamon. Baked for 40 min. in a 8x8 glass dish. This came out soooo good, no problems with raw center as others mentioned. This is the recipe I will use for peach cobbler from now on! So easy and quick and good! YUMMY!! Thanks so much!
This was great! We adjusted the recipe to serve 12 and cooked it in a 9x13 for 35 minutes. Then covered it with foil to prevent overbrowning and baked another 10 minutes. We also used fresh peaches ~6 cups (3 lbs) tossed with 1/4 cup or so of sugar. Bake in 9 x 13
I am basing my review off of my mom`s recipe. The recipes are very similar. The only difference is that she uses regular flour (add 2 t of baking powder) and the sugar is only 3/4 a cup of white sugar if using canned peaches. For fresh soak in an added 3/4 c of white sugar. Also, she adds 1/4 t of salt. I use 1 t of vanilla extract and for the milk half the 3/4 c is half and half and the other half is whipping cream. I have always baked it in a an 8x8 dish (CLEAR GLASS for fruits always) and never ended up with a soggy cobbler.
I used 9 ripe freshly cooked peaches and juice for this recipe (9 peaches, 3/4 cup of peach juice, 1/4 cup of lemon juice, 3/4 cup sugar and 1/8 tsp cornstarch cook over Medium heat until tender. I made alterations to suit my families taste. for batter: 1 cup of self-rising flour, 1/2 cup sugar and 3/4 cup of milk. Hint: Evenly distribute the batter and peaches and juice working from the ouside/in. As even as possibe. Top with cinnomin before baking. I baked at 350 for 1 hour in a 10x10x2in. pyrex dish. THIS IS THE ULTIMATE PEACH COBBLER. Don't roll and weave dough it takes forever and it isn't as good as this recipe. Super Great recipe. 2 thumbs up.
Quick, easy, and delicious; my three favorite words.I made this once as is, which was totally wonderful. But the second time, for personal preference, I wanted to cut back on the sugar. I used 2/3 cup with half white and half light brown. The peach taste was more dramatic with less sugar, nonetheless, my guests really enjoyed this recipe as is. Easy and excellent. Thanks Fanny.
This was really good! Following some advice I changed the sugar to 3/4c white and 1/4c brown. I also added some cinnamon and vanilla to the "crust" mixture. Instead of one large can of peaches I had 2 smaller ones so I drained one and left the other in the syrup. Baked for about 40 min and it came out wonderfully! I had no problem with sogginess like others said. **Update** I've made this twice now and I think "sogginess" is dependent on baking dish size. First time I did it in a larger dish with absolutely NO sogginess, second time in a smaller dish and the middle was all mushy. And a couple of hand fulls of oats over the top of the peaches really added something great to this!
Overall very good. I added 1 tsp. cinnamon and 1 tsp vanilla for extra flavor. Needs to cool at least 30 min before eating, though.
I was looking for a simple cobbler recipe to feed 450 people this last weekend, and without first trying it, I trusted the ratings on this one and just did it. It was wonderful! One thing to be sure to use unsalted butter.
Not accustomed to self-rising flour, I had bought my first 5lbs for another recipe and was in search for other recipes and happened across this one - what a good find! This recipe is definitely a keeper! I used our home-canned peaches and sprinkled some cinnamon on top of the batter. The first bite to the last was remarkably delicious! Fast & easy - a must try.
I've been making this recipe and receiving complements on it for years. If using canned fruit, I first use heat and corn starch to thicken the syrup. Add a pinch of cinnamon and a couple of tbs. of brown sugar to the peach filling. The brown sugar/cinnamon makes the peach filling. extra rich. For fresh fruit, in a pot and on medium heat add 1/2 to 1 c. of water and 1/2 to 1 c. sugar to fruit (adjust by taste- different fruits will require more-less sugar and adding more-less water). Bring to boil, stir until filling thickens a little, and cool before pouring over batter. Fresh blackberry cobbler is also a winner at my house.
I have been making this recipe for over 50 years. It is my favorite cobbler recipe. But slight changes: 1 c. flour, 1 c. sugar, 1 c. milk, 1 tsp baking powder. I also put fruit in first, then pour this mixture over the top. Sprinkle sugar over the top. It is truly great! Can be made with ANY fruit. I like it with Blackberries best. For true Southern flavor, serve with sweet cream poured over the bowl of hot cobbler.
Its nice to see a true southern cobbler.Its simple and easy. This is the way grandma made it..Be careful not to go too heavy on the canned peach syrup or it will be too gooey.I usually double the recipe for a 13x9 glass dish.But I only use the syrup from one can of peaches.
I've made this recipe (with a few small tweaks) several times and I love it. It always turns out perfect and it's so easy to make and cheap. I'm in college and don't have a whole lot of dishes to work with so I really love this recipe because all that gets dirty is the pan I make it in, a small tupperware for mixing, and a measuring cup. So here's what I tweak: I use both white and brown sugar, and those add up to just a little over a cup. Mostly white sugar, probably about 3/4 of a cup. Then I add a little dash of cinnamon and nutmeg to the sugar and flour. A few drops of vanilla extract to the milk, and then I sprinkle more cinnamon and nutmeg over the peaches once I've spooned them over the crust mixture. This is by far the best peach cobbler I've ever had. Between me, my roommate, and my boyfriend, it's gone in a night or two.
best peach cobbler you'll ever make. There are never any leftovers! Note: instead of milk you can use 3/4 cup of juice from the peaches, use rest of juice with peaches on top. and don't try to double the recipe (I have a large family and double almost everything) but for some reason this doesn't turn out right when doubled. Also works wonderful with cherry pie filling I usually make one of each they both disappear.
This cobbler was excellent. The only changes I made was that I used one cup of milk and flour instead of 3/4 cups. I also added a little cinnamon and nutmeg to the flour mixture. I baked it until the edges were golden brown. To those reviewers complaining that the cobbler was soggy in the middle, a cobble is supposed to be somewhat soggy with a nice crunch from the edges. If it wasn't, you'd be having sweet bread with peaches.
Very tasty, BUT I too, got a soggy mess. I think next time the peaches should be close to drained (very little syrup) AND maybe 1/2 cup milk. I knew putting the batter in the dish that it would not puff up and turn cakey - the batter was just too thin. THen with all the peach syrup on top (even though I held back quite a bit) it was just too soupy. Great taste though!
Following advice of others, I baked this in my large casserole dish rather than my 2 qt to avoid a soggy middle and it turned out great! I also used 3/4 cup white sugar and 1/4 cup brown and added about a teaspoon of cinnamon to the flour mixture. This was so good, I had to keep myself from eating it all!
This is what I was looking for! It is great, I just had to adjust for the self rising flour since I didn't have any..I used all-purpose and added 1tsp of Baking powder and 1/2 tsp of salt. I also used frozen blueberrys after I thawed them and sweetened them with sugar.(just drain some of the juice before adding them to the mixture! Will Make AGAIN, and again and again...God Bless!
Awesome recipe! After making as-is, I tweaked the 2nd time...I used regular flour and added 1 tsp baking soda. I also added 1/4 tsp salt, and a dash of cinnamon and nutmeg. I also lightly sprinkled the top with brown sugar about halfway through baking... PERFECTION!
Recipe results in a consistently good cobbler with just the right thickness!
Tasty and good. I made a single serving with a peach cup in the microwave. Used a lot less sugar than called for (single serving 2 Tbl. only used 1, next time I will use a lot less. Added a little cinnamon, vanilla extract. Topped it with whipped cream.
I used a can of peach pie filling, regular flour with a teaspoon of baking powder, and cooked an extra 15-20 minutes, so about an hour total. turned out great.
Awesome! I made it on a cold night here in Florida and boy did the warmth stick to your ribs. The only thing I would add to it would be cinnamon IN the mix before I bake it. Other than that this is the hands down best recipe for Peach Cobbler!!
good cobbler, just do not try to double this recipe!
This was an outstanding base to a great peach cobbler. I followed the advice of other reviews and added vanilla extract to the batter (approx 1tsp). I then used two 15oz cans of peaches in heavy syrup. Drained the juice of one and used the whole can of the other. Before adding the peaches to the dish I added spices to the peaches only. I also added a tsp of brown sugar in addition to the white sugar. It was superb. I had to make twice in two days because everybody did not get some. It disappeared overnight. Good thing this is a cinch to make.
This was very tasty! I followed the advice of some other reviewers and added a bit of cinnamon and vanilla to the crust mixture. I used two cans of peaches since my cans were a little smaller, so I ended up with less breading, but it was great! We topped it with some vanilla ice cream and enjoyed it.
This recipe is so easy. I have tried several peach cobbler recipes but none came out as good as this one. It was delicious. I sprinkled sugar & nutmeg on top before baking.
Very easy to make and great taste. Modifications I made to the batter: Add 2 tsp cinnamon, Add 2 tsp vanilla, Substituted 1/2 cup Splenda blend (which is 1/2 Splenda and 1/2 sugar) for the 1 cup of sugar Definitely a keeper and I plan on making it again.
This cobbler was sooo yummy! I did add 1 tsp cinnamon & 3/4 tsp nutmeg. My husband is a peach cobbler fan & he said he wouldn't change a thing! So great because everything you need is already in the kitchen... no special shopping trip needed! I plan on keeping this recipe on hand... 'specially for when unexpected company drops by!
This recipe turned out very soupy. There was so much juice in the peach part that the topping just sunk in and disappeared (it might need some thickening agent). Also, the baking soda made it taste kind of bitter. It's too bad--it was for a bunch of guests and I was very embarrassed at how it turned out.
This was a horrible recipe....maybe I did something wrong...but yuck! The crust got beautiful and golden and yummy looking, but the inside was raw and gooey and gross, even after extra cvooking time! What an embarrassment in front of company.....I followed the recipe exactly. I won't make this again..
This tastes great, but it turned out greasy. 1/2 cup of butter is entirely too much. Once you scooped it out, you could see butter floating on top of the peaches. I made this again and just used 1 tablespoon of butter and I liked the result much better. I also used 2 cans of peaches and drained them really well so that it wouldn't be soggy.
This was my first cobbler and it turned out so good. Thanks for a great desert!
I think this is a great recipe. I just made it tonight, cut in half (small family), used 1/2 white and 1/2 brown sugar added nutmeg and cinnamon on top and had to bake 40 minutes, but it came out great. True there's not much crust, but I don't like much crust and what there was was crispy and delicious. Will definitely make again.
Good dessert in a pinch. Definitely might have been better with ice cream, but sweet and tasty on its own.
Amazingly good cobbler...and soooooo easy to put together...my only recommendation is to please please please follow the directions and use a deep baking dish or else put a baking sheet under a regular baking dish because this cobbler does bubble...it ended up all over the bottom of my oven!!
This was excellent. I sprinkled sugar, brown sugar and cinnamon on top before baking, and it was very yummy! Next time I make it, though, I think I will put less butter than it calls for.
this is by far my favorite recipe. I've used it several times. Since I live in CA I either use fresh peaches, or frozen from my moms tree. This is so easy and it's delicious. One note though, I haven't figured out how to store it if we don't eat it all. The crust gets mushy, but I don't usually have that problem!!! I wanted to add that I made this for a friend's son that is allergic to milk, so I made a really small portion and used soy. It made no difference. It was still delicious and he gobbled it up, enjoying his own personal dessert.
I've made peach cobbler this way for many years, but have always used 1/2 cup butter, 1 cup white sugar, 1 cup self-rising flour and 1 large can of peaches (in lite or heavey syrup) and basicly baked it the same way. My family loves it. It is good with ice cream.
Wonderful recipe! Definately use a larger container to prevent soggy crust. I can't believe the reviews that change the recipes, then have the nerve to lower the recipe's rating! And one review said the baking soda made it bitter, when the recipe doesn't even have baking soda in it! Thank you SLOANF for this recipe!
Oh my gosh. This was the peach cobbler recipe I've been looking for. So good, so easy.
I had five large nectarines that needed a home. I tried this recipe with fantastic results. I used 1/2cup regular sugar and 1/2cup brown sugar in the batter. It took 55 minutes to set up and came out delicious. Thanks for sharing this simple delight!
OMG SO GOOD! Who knew it would puff up so light and fluffy! I love the crust on peach cobbler but this was almost like a bread type dough which I love! Making this for my sister's birthday!
This was very good! I did drain the syrup from the peaches (as recommended from some reviewers) and I baked it in a 9.5inch dish. It was ready in exactly 40mins.
This recipe gets 5 stars for how incredibly simple and easy it is. All I did was add about 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon to the top before baking. Would be amazing when peaches are in season. Was a hit!
very yummy and simple
This is so easy and so, so good (and I'm not even a cobbler fan!). I've made this several times now at my boyfriend's insistence (everytime he does the shopping he comes home with a can of peaches, just for this). I only use about half the butter and 3/4 cup of sugar, plus add a dash of vanilla and cinnamon. Definite keeper!
I must admit- I didn't think that this would turn out very well- but I was totally wrong! It turned out great! I took some of the suggestions and cut back on some of the sugar and used 1/2 white sugar and 1/2 brown sugar- the taste was wonderful- not too sweet, just right. The only problem that I had was that it didn't really "look" all that great- I belive that I can fix that if I really try to distribute everything evenly and maybe add a little cinnamon or something to the top. Good stuff!
I always keep a can of peaches in my pantry so I can whip this up if ever I need a dessert. So easy and so good. A few tips: Don't melt the butter. Just cut it in cubes and line the bottom of the pan. Also, to address the "soggy mess" issue, I was taught this recipe as the rule of ONE: 1 cube butter, 1 cup self rising flour, 1 cup sugar, 1 cup milk, 1 (15 OZ) can Peaches, (NOT 29 OZ), Cinnamon to taste, (Optional). Using 1 cup/cube of everything and 15 vs 29 oz. peaches takes care of the consistency problems. I've also brought it uncooked to a gathering, threw it in the oven when I arrived and we had hot peach cobbler with ice cream just in time for dessert. Yum!
This was so good and so easy to make! I only had peaches in own juice so I didn't add all of the juice. This may have caused it to be just a little runny.
I liked this recipe but I did alter it a bit. I omitted the nutmeg. I used 1 cup of white sugar and 1/2 cup of brown sugar, I used the peaches in the can with heavy syrup, I did drain some of the juice but not all. I let my mixture simmer for about 45mins in a pot. I poured it in a pan and added the spoonfuls of topping and put it in the oven for about 30 minutes. This was my second time trying a peach cobbler and the first time my family didn't care for at all. This one they loved. They even congratulated me. I will use this again.
This is such a great cobbler! I like to use fresh peaches...have also used blueberries! This is an all time favorite recipe! And its SO easy!
I made this with 1 small box of gluten free Bisquick, coconut sugar, Splenda brown sugar (1/2 and 1/2 in Bisquick mixture),substituted almond/ coconut milk (unsweetened) for the milk and Earth Balance butter. Doubling the recipe as you see, with 6 C of fresh sliced peaches. I used 1/2 C more of the coconut sugar to create a natural syrup, then tipping it off with approximately 1/2 C Splenda brown sugar mixed with cinnamon to taste. Baked it for 40 mins at 350. Peaches came out caramelized and with a thick natural syrup. Great recipe for an "Eating Clean" alternative for those that are juicing for healthiness! :-) http://m.allrecipes.com/recipe/22778/southern-peach-cobbler/photos
I have used this recipe several times and it is just wonderful. My husband really enjoys it and it is so easy to make.
Yum. Decadent. Serve with ice cream. Oh. My. God.
I didn't care for this recipe at all. I followed the directions, but perhaps I did something wrong. I found it to be very wet and runny! Also, there wasn't nearly enough "crust". I like a lot more crust and this was pretty thin. I'll have to keep looking for a cobbler recipe that I like better.
This was amazing! It was the best peach cobbler I've ever had! The only changes were fresh peaches and regular flour with baking powder and salt. This is a keeper!
I had misplaced my Southern Cookbook and I thought this recipe would be a good substitute. I was very disappointed.
Yummy...I added pumpkin pie spice and cinnamon and doubled the batter.Delicous!
I have been looking for a recipe like this one for over 10 years now. I remember this from when I was a kid and now I can make this cobbler for my kids. Loved it. I added a little cinnimon to mine and it came out great.
I was disappointed how the cobbler turned out. I should've drained the juice from the peaches, as the cobbler turned out soupy. I did add cinnamon to the crust. I'm not sure if I would give this another try.
HEAVENLY....just heavenly. Took maybe 5 min. to throw together (as is). I wasn't sure what a 2 qt. dish was (duh!) so I used one of the square pyrex casserole dishes (about 8 in. square and a good 2.5 inches high); which turned out great because it bubbles up and needs the extra height on the dish. Had I used a pie pan it would have been a huge oven disaster. The end result was that it didn't run over in the over, and cooled to about 1 1/2 inches high. A real keeper !!!
I am giving this 4 stars simply because I feel it would be unfair to rate it lower. My cobbler ended up a soupy mess with crust that was more like a large noodle stuck to the bottom of the pan and a butter/peach soup on top. That being said it TASTED good. I followed the instructions to a T and can't determine where I went wrong. Really wishing mine looked like the picture!
Try sifting the flour and sugar together… It makes it so very airy....and switch the heavy syrup peaches to the light ones...if you're trying to watch your sugar… This was to be up in making it for years…enjoy!!!!!!!!!!
First cobbler I ever made and it's a hit at my house. I have since revised the recipe to all organic products including eliminating the white sugar and adding a 1/2 teaspoon of baking powder, pinch of kosher salt, cinnamon and nutmeg and I sweeten the organic milk with agave nectar. Still rocks.
This was just the recipe I was looking for. It was soooo yummy that after tasting it I decided to take a picture of how it turned out so everyone could see.
Thanks for getting me cooking again! This was sooo yummy! and I dont like cobbler! I made it twice in 2 days, and later the 2nd night, i used the recipie but nixed the peaches, added chocolate syrup and peanut butter.. to die for!
This is a good recipe. I make it often. It is so easy to prepare. I add a little almond extract to bring out the flavor of the peaches. I also cut back on the sugar and butter also. I prepare every recipe to meet my family's taste.
Delicious nothing like a quick simple southern dessert. The reason I gave it four starts is because the recipe as it is is lacking a little something something as the other viewers mentioned. But next time I know it will be 5 stars as I add a little vanilla and cinnamon to the peaches.
Easy, delicious, perfect. I've made this several times and modified it with adding cinnamon and nutmeg or mixing 1 tsp. vanilla into the milk or adding 1/4 cup of oats to this dry mixture. Each modification is still heavenly.
I made this recipe and Old fashion Peach Cobbler for a picnic (read that review) Took the other one this stayed at home. Even after cooking it an extra 25 minutes the center would not get done. Gooey mess and bottom was starting to burn. Maybe I did something wrong? My husband ate around the sides and really liked the taste but definitely couldn't take it to the picnic.
Instead of using peaches, I made this cobbler with 2 cups of fresh sliced strawberries from one of those you-pick farms and sprinkled an extra tablespoon of sugar on top before baking and it was fabulous. This crust was absolutely delectable! It's very buttery and the sugar caramelizes on top...yum!
Doubled the recipe & used my biggest Pyrex dish (4qt)... had to bake for about 20 minutes longer, but it turned out GREAT! Used 1 1/2 c white sugar, and 1/2 c brown sugar as suggested. Added cinnamon, nutmeg & vanilla to the 'batter' mix, and drained 1/2 the liquid out one of the cans. I loved using the light syrup - it kept the sweetness level down & went GREAT with the homemade vanilla ice cream that we made for the 4th. Great recipe & SO easy!
This is my first peach cobbler and it was so easy and tastes like it should have been alot harder to make. My family loves it and everyone keeps asking me for the recipe.
Not bad! Good for a not same chocolate desert. One reviewer doubled using 2 cans peaches but only 1 with juice & 9x13 pan. I did that & it was perfect! I used probably 2 tbsp less butter and put 1 tsp each nutmeg & cinnamon in dry ingredients then 1tsp vanilla in the milk. Only use the self-rising flour, per reviewer and it was perfect! It cooked over an hour and got deep golden/brown.
i found the crust too sweet. and too sticky from the peach syrup. so i ended up using half the sugar the 2nd time and mixed brown and white sugar together. i also mixed this recipe wit a peach crisp recipe. put the crust mixture on the bottom and crisp on top to tasted better the second time. also i advise to add cinnamon.
Very good cobbler, but mine turned out a bit runny. It was still warm when we ate some, but not hot. I only added 1/2 tsp cinnamon to the batter. I used salted butter. I liked the way the top came out crispy chewy. I did have to cook this about 20 min longer than stated and would have given it more but the top was already browned. Maybe it is supposed to be soupy like that at the bottom? It's good otherwise though, nice flavor. Thanks.
was soooo good,next time i made it,i had to make one for my neighbors!!!
This was amazingly easy and tasty! I put my own spin on it by using fresh large yellow peaches, I cooked them down until tender using the syrup from that. I laid fruit first in a 2qt pyrex then batter and topped with cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and a slight dash of ginger. Result, A delicious, spiced very very perfect peach cobbler. I will add vanilla to batter mix to try next time,and may add the spices to be mixed with the batter next time. I cooked for about 35-40 minutes and served with vanilla bean ice cream. SOOO easy to make you can't mess this up! Also I followed batter recipe to a T but added evaporated milk instead of fresh, so creamy! Thanks a bunch, will use this batter recipe for all future fruit cobblers!
Delicious, but a little too buttery for my taste. Next time I think I'll cut the butter down to about 5 tbsp. Very tasty, though!
I bake this with my 10 year old son about twice since I've found it here on this site. It is one of the most simple and delectable recipes that I have come accross. Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful recipe
THIS is now my peach cobbler recipe. I love cobbler with a pie crust, but this is so easy, AND it's actually more delicious! I scaled it up for 40 servings and baked it ahead (it takes longer in a bigger dish), taking it out when it was baked but not brown. Then I browned it during dinner and served it hot. Four guests argued over who got to lick the pan. There's no need for ice cream with this stuff. It's too delicious to hide.
I've made this 2 times in the past 2 weeks. I like mine sweet, so I use peaches w/ heavy syrup. I add vanilla and cinnamon to the crust. It's so easy to make. Love it.
This was my first peach cobbler and I still can not believe how easy this was, followed the recipe and had no problems. My husband is a fan of peach cobbler and said this was a very good cobbler. Definetly will keep this recipe and will make again.
Very good and very easy.
This was the best cobbler I have eaten and it was so easy. It wasn't to sweet but just sweet enough if you use the lite peaches in a can.
Fast and easy. Great to take to new moms or sick friends with a meal. (I always deliver it with a container of Hagen Daz vanilla icecream.)
This is WAY too easy to be this good:)
I made this recipe as quoted, and it came out a bit too oily. I am not sure if 1/2c is too much butter, or if I should drain all syrup from the peaches. Either way, this peach cobbler was very good served with marionberry ice cream!
I thought this recipe was fantastic! I also added the cinnamon and vanilla which gave it a great flavor. Since my husband and I like the "bread" part a lot, I used 1 1/4 cups of flour and milk respectively. I only had peaches in heavy syrup, but it tasted great just the same. I will definitely make this one again!
Okay the flavor was really great but mine came out too soggy & mushy!
This recipe is 16 years older than dirt. I got this recipe when I was in girl scouts and my girl scout leader got it from hers and so on.... It is a very good recipe but was meant for cooking outside in a dutch oven. It is very delicious but for a more spectacular desert try to get a little more creative and use the Old Fashioned recipe listed on this site with the lattice crust.
I was looking for a recipe similar to one of my friends whose cobbler I loved. This appeared to be it so I decided to try it. It was very easy, as I am not a very good cook, and quite delicious. Once I made it I could tell something was just a bit different than how my friend makes so I called to find out. She puts a dash of vanilla extract in with the flour, sugar and milk and tops it with a bit of nutmeg, also she uses peaches in a light syrup. I would definitely make this again, but with the little differences.
So easy. So good.
This was excellent. I changed it just a bit. Instead of 1 cup white sugar, I put 3/4 and I used fresh home grown peaches with a squirt of lemon. I mixed the peaches with the batter in the baking dish, then topped with brown sugar which made it crunchy on top. To die for! OH YEA, I added cinnamon and nutmeg to the flour. I did not have self rising flour so I put in a tsp of baking soda.
Wow! This is a perfectly easy to make comfort food. I made this for a family dinner dessert and everyone loves it. I actually used 1/2 cup of sugar and got the perfect sweetness I prefer. The only complaint I got is some think its a bit salty - I think it's the butter I used. I'll definitely make this again, but I'll be sure to use unsalted butter next time.