Friday, August 5, 2011

{everything's peachy}

Our neighbor shared some peaches with us.

Peeled & Cut up Peaches
Water & Sugar Added
Simmered until tender

This recipe is a basic cobbler recipe,
but with a topping to add it over the top!

butter in pan
(love this old enamel pan - perfect for shelling peas in)

Ingredients gathered

Mixed by hand and placed into the pan.

But, wait!
Do you see the sugary shiny ingredient on top?

Sugar and vanilla blended with a fork and placed on top,
makes for a crispy sweet topping.

Warm - straight from the oven.

How do you like yours?

with Ice Cream
without Ice Crean

I prefer mine the next day,
after it has chilled in the refrigerator.

The next time you make a peach cobbler,
you try adding the sugar & vanilla on top.

See what you think!

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Anonymous said...

Looks YUMMY!!!!! Peach cobbler and peach pie are one of my favorites. I have never added the sugar/vanilla mixture to a cobbler, I will have to try that sometime.

Have a good weekend. How was the first day of high school?


Sherri B. said...

I'll take mine any way I can get it and I would be a happy woman if that plate was in front of me right now!

Have a great weekend!

Nellie's Cozy place said...

Hi Karen,
wow, I'm sold, be right over!!

I love peaches in just about anyway you can serve them. That cobbler looks absolutely scrumptious.
I like mine after it has been in the fridge too,
and with some icecream or not!!

Like the idea of the vanilla flavoring mixed
with the sugar, will have to log that in my
mind for Fall and Winter, that is usually when
I do my cobbler making!!

Thanks for sharing, the pictures were wonderful,

Blessings, Nellie
Nice to meet you by the way!!

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

I have been craving peach I have no excuse...but I can say, my pictures wouldn't be as pretty and my kitchen not near as clean...I can just smell this!!!!!!!!!

T's Daily Treasures said...

Yummo! Definitely with ice cream. I made a blackberry apple crisp yesterday. In fact, I think I need to go heat up a piece now. I already have the vanilla ice cream softening up. :) Have a wonderful weekend. Tammy

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

I love your pretty enamel pan! The cobbler looks great and I will try the vanilla sugar:@)

Anonymous said...

Muy buena receta, mis felicitaciones.

Julie Harward said...

Hi Karen, this looks so good! I love what you did with the top of it, a good idea. Thanks for sharing this. I think I might add peaches to everything, love them. :D

mississippi artist said...

I am definetly going to try the sugar-vanilla topping. I put peaches in the freezer last week and made peach peel jelly. I had never heard of such till a friend told me-it was delicious.

Lori said...

I would like mine all of the above please!

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

Karen---your photos are positively gorgeous -- I am almost smell that baking :)


Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I am stuffed after just having had a big meal,but this looks sooo good.I'l have mine warm with ice-cream,please.

Leckeres für Mensch und Katze - Goodies for a pleasant life said...

I´m getting hungry, if I read this. Sounds very yummy! :) Thanks for stopping by. Hope to see you again! LG Tina

Dorothy said...

That looks WONDERFUL! I love warm peach cobbler with ice cream! Heavenly!!

Anonymous said...

I'm on my way, Karen!!! I love mine warm with ice cream. We have a bbq restaurant closeby that has it on their menu! I always save room for dessert.

Yolanda said...

This looks so good. Hope your are staying cool from one Mississippi girl to another.

New Every Morning said...

My mouth is WATERING!!! Have any leftovers? :)