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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 6
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 392.3
  • Total Fat: 16.2 g
  • Cholesterol: 43.4 mg
  • Sodium: 153.3 mg
  • Total Carbs: 60.9 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 2.2 g
  • Protein: 4.3 g

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Miracle Peach Cobbler

Submitted by: VAMANOS

Introduction

This isn't a particularly healthy recipe as it uses refined sugar and white flour. Adding it in order to track nutrients, as I have some peaches that won't last and must all be used today. Sharing because there doesn't seem to be another recipe like this in the database. This recipe has been in my family for decades, and it's a quick and easy way to use fruit that's getting too ripe. Almost any juicy non-citrus fruit will work, especially peaches and berries. This isn't a particularly healthy recipe as it uses refined sugar and white flour. Adding it in order to track nutrients, as I have some peaches that won't last and must all be used today. Sharing because there doesn't seem to be another recipe like this in the database. This recipe has been in my family for decades, and it's a quick and easy way to use fruit that's getting too ripe. Almost any juicy non-citrus fruit will work, especially peaches and berries.
Number of Servings: 6

Ingredients

    Butter, unsalted, 2 tbsp
    Granulated Sugar, 1 cup
    Baking Powder, 1 tsp
    *Flour, white, 1 cup
    Salt, pinch
    *Peaches, fresh, 3 cup slices
    Milk, 1 cup

Directions

Melt the butter in a baking dish, allowing it to cover the bottom and grease sides of pan.
Mix remaining ingredients.
Batter will be thin.
Pour into buttered dish, over the batter spread 3-4 cups canned or fresh fruit.
Bake in a moderate oven 375 about 45 minutes.
The batter will rise through the fruit and form a brown crust.

Makes 8 good-sized servings. Could make more, especially if adding ice cream. I prefer to put milk in it for myself.

I also like this recipe with canned pie cherries--not pie filling--but drain the juice before adding contents of can(s). Then drink the juice--it's good for you!






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  • I drained some canned peaches I got from someone. I drained them first, put half cup of the juice in place of milk. I also added 1 t. almond extract to the peaches. It was very good. - 3/20/12

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  • I'm sure Splenda can be used and whole wheat flour. - 9/24/11

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