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Fresh peach cobbler

🍳 55 min

🔥 978 cal

✍️ by Taisiia Dobrozorova

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Fresh peach cobbler

9 g

Proteins

146 g

Carbs

5 g

Fats

Servings

A cobbler is a fruit pie laid out in a baking dish and covered with dough, which can be turned upside down before serving. It is famous in English and American cuisine. So, it is not surprising because the cake appeared in the British-American colonies. 

Let's start with the fact that such desserts are for those who like more healthy fillings. These are berries and fruits, not dough. This cobbler is more like a fruit and berry puree with shortbread cookies. Interestingly, in their homeland, England, cobblers are cooked unsweetened - with meat or mushrooms. Namely, berry cobblers are loved in the United States.

If you like more decadent tastes, the peach also goes well with blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries. We are sure that the cake will become one of your favorites!

Essential ingredients

  • Butter 82.5%

    25 g (5 tbsp)

  • Flour

    40 g (¼ cup)

  • Sugar

    50 g (¼ cup)

  • Baking powder

    2 g (¼ tsp)

  • Milk 2%

    60 g (¼ cup)

  • Peaches

    50 g (1 pieces)

  • Lemon juice

    5 g (1 tsp)

  • Cinnamon

    5 g (1 tsp)

Ingredients to taste

Salt, Raspberries

How to make

Please follow the next steps:

  1. 1

    First, melt butter in a baking dish.

  2. 2

    Add flour, 1 cup sugar, baking powder, and a pinch of salt. Pour in milk, stirring just until dry ingredients moisten. Pour batter over butter - but do not stir the mass.

  3. 3

    Bring remaining peach slices, lemon juice, and 1 cup sugar to a boil over high heat. Stir constantly; pour over batter (remember, we do not stir). Sprinkle with cinnamon, raspberry, or any favorite berries.

  4. 4

    Bake at 375°F for 45 minutes or until golden brown. Serve the cobbler warm or cool at tea time. Enjoy your meal!

Weight Loss Tips

  • Chew your food more thoroughly. Research shows that it can reduce calorie intake at mealtimes.

  • Remember that there are more than 60 names for sugar, including sucrose, dextrose, high-fructose corn syrup, muscovado, etc.

  • Honey is 80 calories less per 100 g than white sugar and contains an enormous concentration of minerals and vitamins.

Additional Information

  • Cooking Method

    Baking

  • Recipe category

    Breakfast, Desserts

  • Recipe cuisine

    American

  • Tools

    Oven, Knife, Cutting board, Bowl

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