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Kind of Old Fashioned: Peach Cobbler

I don’t recall the post where I admitted that I am certainly not a baker. Today, I still stand by that statement. But of course, I had a taste for my kind of old fashioned peach cobbler. I say kind of old fashioned peach cobbler because I didn’t have the time or the ingredients to make peach cobbler from scratch. There weren’t any peaches to peel. There wasn’t any dough to roll out. With a few cans of peaches, a couple of frozen ready to bake pie shells, and some trusty kitchen staples, you can create a peach cobbler that you would be proud to call your own.


‘Kind of Old Fashioned’ Peach Cobbler

3 15-ounce cans Peaches in Light (or Light) Syrup
4 tablespoons of Butter cut in to 4 pieces (3 tablespoons for the cobbler & set 1 tablespoon aside)
2 frozen ready to bake Pie Shells
1 cup of Sugar (set aside a 1 tablespoon of Sugar)
1 tablespoon Pure Vanilla Extract
½ teaspoon Nutmeg
¼ teaspoon Cinnamon

ONEPreheat oven at 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
TWOMelt 1 tablespoon Butter
THREEThaw Pie Shells.
FOURIn a small roaster pan, pour 2 cans of the Peaches in a small roaster pan.
FIVEDiscard the syrup from the third can and pour the peaches in the small roaster pan.
SIXAdd Sugar, Pure Vanilla Extract, Nutmeg, and Cinnamon to the Peaches. Stir mixture well.
SEVENCover Peaches with Pie Shells. Be careful to not overlap Pie Shells where layers are too thick.
EIGHTBrush top of cobbler with melted Butter.
NINESprinkle top of cobbler with 1 tablespoon of Sugar.
TENPoke holes in the top of the crust with a fork. Bake for 30 to 45 minutes or until crust is golden brown.
ELEVENServe with whipped topping or vanilla ice cream.

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