Peach Cobbler For Breakfast

peach-cobbler-sl-257827-lAs I mentioned in a previous post, I didn’t like my actual birthday cake. I originally wanted a peach or cherry pie but was vetoed.

I posted my comment to Facebook and my friend Hollie responded by bringing me a peach cobbler the next day.  It was so good and the most beautiful part was that  she shared a childhood memory. 

Hollie
Hollie bringing over homemade peach cobbler and ice-cream

Hollie’s grandmother would give her peach cobbler for breakfast during her summer visits by putting some in a bowel and adding  milk.  Hollie said it was just like eating oatmeal. She eagerly shared her recipe with me.

Well, I made some last night and it’s good, not as good as Hollies after all she’s been making it for years, but good.

My Peach Cobbler
My Peach Cobbler

I also picked up 5 large peaches at the Farmers Market and since Gluten-Free flour takes longer to bake opted for organic regular flour. The chore is peeling and slicing the peaches, but once that’s done it’s easy sailing from there.

Hollie’s Peach Cobbler:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees

Cut Peaches:
-3 if they are large and 4/5 if small

-Slice and put in a bowl.

-Sprinkle a little sugar (about ¼ cup)

-Let it sit until later in recipe

Take your pyrex and put 1 stick of butter in the pan. 
Put in oven until all is melted. (size of pans: 9 x 13, 8 x 8)

Mix together:
1 Cup of All Purpose Flour

1 Cup of Milk

1 Cup of Sugar

¼ tsp of Salt

2 tsp of Baking Powder

Place peaches in the pyrex pan of melted butter

Pour batter over the peaches

Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon

Bake for 45mins or until  edges are golden brown

(TIP** I usually add a little more sugar and cinnamon when there is 15mins left of baking time)

I just had some for lunch, with a little bit of ice-cream.  I’ll go back to being healthy again on Monday.

Do you guys have a favorite recipe?

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