The Best Ever Southern Peach Cobbler

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This is the best ever southern peach cobbler, and you should try it today. It is the classic cobbler, made from fresh fruit and a lovely light biscuit top. Since this recipe calls for fresh peaches, be sure you use the true peach with the orange or golden flesh for best flavor. And be sure it is in season. You might want to buy just one and taste it to be sure the peach will ripen well. Peaches can sometimes be plagued with an almost sandy or sinewy texture that does not yield a good peach for cooking. If the peaches are not ripe, just pop them in a paper bag and let them sit a few days. Allow them to get really really ripe for best flavor. You will be glad you did.

This recipe is easy, economical when peaches are in season, and quick to come together. It is fabulous whether served warm or cold. A cobbler is really just a dish, either sweet or savory, that has fruit (or veggies) on bottom. Sometimes, if the cobbler has a base, the fruit or vegetables will be in the middle of the dish. Either way, it is a classic English and American dish, with a long history. The topping can be varied substantially. This recipe is classic. If you want to bump up the nutrition value, you can add about one-half cup of oats or oatmeal to the recipe, and decrease the flour by the same amount. The oats can also be ground fine, if you have finicky eaters that won’t want chunks in their cake.

Peaches are a wonderful and nutritious food that you can be happy to serve your family. They make a particularly sweet dessert due to their high sugar content, but since it is unprocessed sugars, except for those with sugar issues or watching glycemic indices, you can eat away. Enjoy it tonight!Find out how to make this recipe and many others at the website, The Slow Roasted Italian.

Nutrition Facts for: The Best Ever Southern Peach Cobbler From The Slow Roasted Italian
Ingredients: Peaches, white sugar, brown sugar, ground cinnamon, ground nutmeg, fresh lemon juice, cornstarch, all-purpose flour, baking powder, salt, unsalted butter.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 8 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 469, Calories from Fat 162, Total Fat 18.0g 28%, Saturated Fat 11.0g 55%, Cholesterol 46mg 15%, Sodium 419mg 17%, Potassium 469mg 13%, Carbohydrates 75.7g 25%, Dietary Fiber 3.2g 13%, Sugars 50.6g, Protein 4.8g, Vitamin A 20%,Vitamin C 16%, Calcium 8%, Iron 11%

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