Southern Peach Cobbler
I love summer, and the smell of fresh peaches brings back great memories.
I remember when I was a little girl, living with my grandmother in a small town, baking peach cobblers and fried apple pies with her that had come from our fruit trees in the backyard. We'd go out in the early
mornings when the grass would still be wet with the morning dew and pick fresh peaches right from the tree.
That night we would have (for supper) fresh vegetables, peas, corn, green beans, fried squash and juicy sliced tomatoes from our garden and always a pan of hot cornbread with melted butter and of course a bowl of fresh peach cobbler. After supper all the kids in the neighborhood would play outside in the cool dark evenings, catch lightning bugs, and we'd all stare up at the stars in the night sky searching for a shooting star to make a wish on.
I can still feel the cool night air and smell the sweetness of the fresh peach cobblers baking.
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SOUTHERN PEACH COBBLER
½ cup flour
½ cup sugar
½ cup milk
½ teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
½ teaspoon vanilla
½ stick melted butter
Peaches or Black Berries 1 can fruit or fresh fruit cooked down in a pot with a tablespoon of water and ¼ cup of sugar
Pour melted butter in a pan
Mix all ingredients together, except fruit
Pour flour mixture into butter
Gently pour fruit in center of the flour mixture, don’t mix
Optional: You can lightly sprinkle sugar over the top before baking
Bake 350 degrees
35 to 45 minutes until lightly brown on top
Serve in bowls or wine goblets with vanilla ice cream on top