This peach cobbler is out of this world fantastic!!
You will have to head over to Lark's Country Heart and check out all the other fantastic recipes she supplies.
I spotted a chocolate cinnamon cobbler while I was there, and I am definitely going to try that one too.
Thank you for sharing Lark.
My only regret with this recipe is, I wish I would have sliced my peaches instead of leaving them in halves.
That photo kind of looks like floating eggs, huh?
This is definitely the old fashioned cobbler that I remember as a kid. It has a cake texture along with all the gooey goodness of a cobbler.
This recipe is linked to Ingredient Spotlight at:
Eaten warm, topped with whipped cream.....Oh my goodness! Cobbler Heaven!
There was only a couple changes I made, and I hope you don't mind Lark.
You can't eat peaches without nutmeg. I do believe there is a law written somewhere.
Inspired by Lark's Country Heart
1 stick margarine
2 c. flour
1 1/2 c. sugar
1 tsp. nutmeg
1 TBS baking powder
1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
1 1/2 c. milk
1 (29 oz.) can sliced peaches, juice reserved
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Melt margarine then set aside. In a bowl mix all dry ingredients.
Pour melted margarine into the dry ingredients. Stir until margarine is blended (mixture will be clumpy).
Pour the milk and vanilla extract in, and blend until smooth (I used a whisk).
Pour the mixture into a sprayed 9x13 baking pan.
Place the peaches on top of the batter.
Pour the peach juice over the top.
Bake at 350 degrees F. for 1 hour.
Let set for 10 minutes before serving.
Top with whipped cream while still warm.
"We have different gifts, according to the grace given us. If a man's gift is prophesying, let him use it in proportion to his faith. If it is serving, let him serve; if it is teaching, let him teach, if it is encouraging, let him encourage, if it is contributing to the needs of others, let him give generously, if it is leadership, let him govern diligently; if it is showing mercy, let him do it cheerfully."
Lark's gift pretty much meets all of thee above (to me anyway). God gives us gifts so we can build up his church. To use them effectively, we must realize that all gifts and abilities come from God; understand that not everyone has the same gifts; know who we are and what we do best; dedicate our gifts to God's service and not to our personal success; be willing to utilize our gifts wholeheartedly, not holding back anything from God's service. God's gifts differ in nature, power, and effectiveness according to His wisdom and graciousness, not according to our faith. Our role is to be faithful and to seek ways to serve others with what Christ has given us. Thank you for your servicing gift Lark. You definitely bring a joy to others.