Old southern family recipes.  To nourish your body, soul and sweet tooth.  We make TASTE not haste!
 
This dish is a family favorite--it's quick and delicious!  Frozen peaches (add 1/2 cup of water to have extra juice) or canned peaches will work as well.
AUNT MADEA’S PEACH COBBLER

FILLING

1 can 15 oz. peaches (with syrup)*
1 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp vanilla
¼ cup sugar

CRUST

½ cup all- purpose flour
1 tsp baking powder
½ cup milk
½ cup sugar
¼ stick butter (room temperature)

Preheat oven 350°.  Place butter in baking dish and melt in oven.  Mix filling ingredients over medium high heat until syrup is slightly thickened (syrup will coat the back of spoon).  Turn off heat.

* (If you use fresh peaches, mix ¼ cup of sugar with ½ cup water then follow recipe as directed. Make sure the sugar is dissolved before you turn off heat). 

In a separate bowl mix flour, baking powder, 1/2 cup sugar, and milk together in mixing bowl and stir until smooth.

Remove baking dish from oven when the butter has melted.  Pour crust mixture into melted butter.  Pour peach mixture on top of crust mixture.  DO NOT STIR.

Bake 20-30 minutes at 350°.  Crust will rise to the top and brown.  

 


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Alexis
12/23/2013 9:20am

Mouthwateringly beautiful website, girlfriend! Those red velvet cupcakes! And that rum cake! Not to mention the blueberry muffins and the biscuits! The best baked goods on the planet! I've had them all and I want them all again! Be still, my heart!

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Donna K.
12/23/2013 1:09pm

You are in for a treat of life once you taste any of
my beloved sistah Karen's delectable desserts. You can order for the holy days or anytime. She shipped a German Chocolate cake to Florida and it was as though it just came from her oven. The pecans are organic from her family in Georgia.
LA folks can pick up directly.

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Phyllis B.
12/26/2013 1:12pm

Karen,

Thanks again for the pie! It was wonderful!!

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    Karen B.

    Howdy Folks, just sharing a few favorite family baking memories and all the laughter, joy that comes with it. Preserving tradition.

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