What else can be a better ending to the joys of summer than a delicious peach cobbler? Savor the flavor of summer enjoyment before the time slips through your fingers only to return next year.
Even a simple fresh peach combined with some butter could bring new meaning to the sweet taste. If you don’t have any peaches, you could use any number of fruits as a substitute. Try experimenting and combining different fruits to see the conflict of flavors as the bitter bite of a lemon fights to overcome the syrupy sweet embrace of the gentle peach.
Additional creams like ice cream, whipped cream, or even just fresh milk can add a smoother sense to the usual tang of sweet peaches. The peach is truly a special fruit, and there are so many ways that you can prepare it. We’re sure that you want to prepare this sweetness grenade, so without further adieu, we give you 15 different ways to prepare peach cobbler.
1. Cinnamon Peach Cobbler
Start by preheating your oven all the way up to 375 degrees Fahrenheit so that it’s ready for the cooking to come. Grab a large baking dish and grease it up. Mix some flour, milk, and butter in a bowl until the three blends together and then add a cup of sugar in. Stir well until everything has been thoroughly mixed together.
Place your peaches in the baking dish and sprinkle them with a tablespoon of sugar then cover them up with batter. Don’t stir the mixture though as it would make the cream too thick and hard to work with.
Stick the baking dish in the oven and cook it for half an hour or so until it starts bubbling and adopts a healthy brown color. Adding some cinnamon sprinkled on top can boost the flavor and improve the presentation. The cinnamon sprinkles add some zing and give the cobbler a gourmet feel.