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One Cup Cobbler

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This is a very easy cobbler that has become quite popular with my family. They request it all the time! This recipe is for peach cobbler, though you can use any fruit you’d like. I also love to use blueberries or blackberries. This recipe is enough for a square 8×8 or 9×9 pan, but you can always double it for a bigger crowd, which I often have to do. Serve this warm with some vanilla ice cream for a quick and easy dessert.

Ingredients

  • 2 cups Peaches, Cut Up
  • 1 stick Butter
  • 1 cup Self-Rising Flour
  • 1 cup Sugar, Plus Extra To Sprinkle On Fruit
  • 1 cup Buttermilk

Preparation

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Peel and cut up peaches. Sprinkle them with a bit of sugar and set aside. (I occassionally take a shortcut and use O’Sage’s canned peaches, which are wonderful).

Place a stick of butter in a square glass dish or a casserole dish of equivalent size. Place in the oven and let it melt while the oven is preheating.

Meanwhile, stir by hand the self-rising flour, sugar, and buttermilk. Stir it well, but it will look slightly lumpy.

Remove the melted butter from the oven. Place your fruit in the dish. You should completely cover the bottom of the dish with the fruit.

Next, pour the batter on top of the fruit, making sure to pour it evenly around the dish. Don’t forget the corners!

Bake for about 30-40 minutes, or until the top is a golden brown. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream!

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m19s99u on 7.1.2010

We made this last night to use up some peaches before we leave on vacation for the 4th…and now I will be buying MORE peaches to take with us to make this yummy treat! Wow!!! So good, and SO easy. I did leave the sugar off of the peaches, because we like our fruit desserts to be a little on the tart side, and it was perfect. This would be a great dessert for company–the ease and tastiness are perfect!!

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Mommy's Kitchen on 6.16.2010

I made this and loved it. I love buttermilk and how it makes everything so nice and fluffy. I blogged about it today. I did add a bit of vanilla extract because I add that to everything. So yummy!!

One Cup Cobbler aka Buttermilk Peach Cobbler.
http://www.mommyskitchen.net/2010/06/buttermilk-peach-cobbler-visit-to-our.html

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Caitlin on 5.25.2010

This sounds so good! Can’t wait to try it!

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carlyl on 5.21.2010

You just pour the fruit over the melted butter. Buttery fruit- it doesn’t get much better than that :)

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mccallann on 5.21.2010

This sounds yummy. Do you put the butter into the rest of the batter or do you just pour the fruit over the butter? Thanks!

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LenaInATL on 12.30.2011

Great recipe! Only change I made…I add a little cinnamon (couple shakes) to the dry ingredients to give the dough a little more taste. YUM!

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m19s99u on 7.1.2010

Outstanding!!!! Really easy, and so tasty. My husband and I loved it, and I saved the rest in the refrigerator to double-dip tonight after dinner! We will definitely be making this again this summer, especially once the Michigan peaches are out!

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