A Taste of Peachy Southern Goodness

 

Hey Y’all!

 I just felt like something a little sweet today, so I made a quick and easy Peach Cobbler.  Be sure to keep reading for the finished product, Jennifer’s review, and the recipe!

            I used about seven fresh peaches.

Jennifer’s Review:

I’m usually not a huge dessert person, but this peach cobbler was absolutely amazing. I literally could not stop eating it. It’s the perfect balance of sweetness, but it’s not too sweet.

Recipe:

How to Make It:

I added the peaches and sugar to the bowl, as the peaches rendered in its juices. I also added  a teaspoon of vanilla flavoring, 1 tablespoon of lemon juice, melted butter, and a tablespoon of cinnamon. Add a 1/2 cup of all- purpose flour and  a 1/2 cup of water, mix them together. This is to ensure that as your peaches cook, they will bubble in a thick, rich,  and sugary peachy juice.
I cooked the bottom of my  crust for about  10 minutes on 325 degrees.  I poured the mixture on top of the crust. Then you add the top layer,  of dough in the design of your choice. Sprinkle the top of your cobbler with cinnamon and sugar.  Then place your peach cobbler in the oven on 350 degrees for about 40-45 minutes or until the top of your cobbler is a beautiful golden brown.
Add ice cream or whipped cream!
Hope Y’all enjoy!
-Southern Love

Remember  ya’ll not everyone in the South eats fried chicken, but if you fry it just right. We won’t turn it down!

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