How To Make Fresh And Sweet Peach Cobbler
I love desserts. I mean, who doesn’t? Between cookies, cakes, pies, and brownies, there’s a dessert out there for everyone. And you know what another absolutely perfect dessert is? Cobbler. You can make cobbler extremely easily, so long as you have at least one type of fruit and a few other basic ingredients. Cobbler is a dessert that’s best served all year round, and I can honestly say I’ve never met anyone who dislikes it.
Southern Living created a recipe for fresh peach cobbler that’s every bit as mouthwatering as it sounds. Like I said, cobbler is a delicious dessert to serve every time of the year, but this cobbler is even better when served during the summertime. Why? Because summertime is peach season, of course!
Sure, you could use canned peaches if you absolutely needed to. But if you have access to fresh peaches, you should definitely use them. Other than the fruit, this recipe requires some basic pantry staples like butter, flour, sugar, milk, etc. Serve warm, fresh out of the oven, and with a generous spoonful of vanilla ice cream on top. Yum.
So, what am I waiting for, withholding this recipe from you? Click here for the list of ingredients and step-by-step directions from Southern Living. Not a fan of peaches? Use fresh blueberries, raspberries, or apples instead. You can tailor this cobbler recipe to whatever your preferences are. And I guarantee it’ll be a hit with anyone you’re generous enough to share with!