Peach Cobbler in a Mug
Amazing! Probably not a good thing that I tried this recipe! Now I can have peach cobbler any time I want. I used milk instead of water and it came out perfect.
I loved it, I added a bit more milk( I used milk instead of water), chopped a couple walnuts, and used a fresh peach. I put peaches in bottom of cup, and stirred it up just a little. Cooked 2 min on high. A few seconds less probably would be better. It was done and delicious with ice cream!
The only change I made was to use fresh peaches. The flavor was good, but the cobbler never set after cooking for 3 1/2 minutes. Not a favorite of mine.
I really wanted to like this and have a new addition to the things my kids can make in a mug collection but something is off about the recipe. The cobbler was a gummy cake with warm peaches on top. The flavors were ok but it needs some tweaking and possibly cooked a tad longer...not sure...
I only used 1/2 T of sugar, and it was sweet enough for me. It's not the best mug dessert I've ever made, but I will probably try it again some time. Overall, nice flavor, and the texture was fine for me.
I that it's individual serving. I used the small jar of sliced peaches instead. Drained of course. It was great.
Just made this recipe with 2 Tbsp milk and a handful of blueberries on high power for 2 minutes... perfect!
I used wet milk instead of dry milk powder, so I'm gonna try this again sometime.
It was yummy! The texture was a little weird because the batter was SUPER thin and when it cooked in the microwave, it never really "cooked". Just more like warm, thick, goey insides. The flavor was wonderful, but the consistency was interesting. (I used 2 tbsp milk instead of the milk powder + water and fresh peaches)
I had been craving peach cobbler for a couple of days but had not made it by the store for a large can of peaches. Then I found this little gem of a recipe. I'm usually a little skeptical about "made in mug" desserts, but this turned out great and satiated my craving. I used 2T. milk in place of the powdered milk & water and 1/4 tsp each baking powder and cinnamon because I couldn't find my smaller measuring spoon. It was the perfect sized serving with no tempting leftovers.