I have stated before, I love peaches. This is an easy peach cobbler recipe with frozen peaches that is sure to leave you smiling after every bite. Every aspect of this recipe is rich and indulgent. It is exactly what you want from a dessert.
I made a peach trifle a few weeks back. It was one of my vintage recipes I had found, and I thought that peaches sounded fantastic. In that recipe I used canned peaches. When I got the craving for a peach dessert this time around I had one of those “duh” moments. Instead of using canned peaches, I should be using frozen!
Naturally fresh is best, but when it has been a long, cold, and rainy spring, you begin to lose hope that you will ever taste a fresh peach again. Frozen peaches worked wonderfully in this recipe and they were almost as good as the real deal.
Grandma’s Original Recipe For Peach Cobbler Kentucky Style
My grandma grew up in Kentucky. When I was going through her recipes, I saw a recipe for Peach Cobbler Kentucky Style. I love southern food, and anything Kentucky style sounded amazing! Here’s the recipe:
- 2 cups fresh sliced peaches (frozen worked fantastic)
- 1 cup white sugar
- 1 stick of butter
For the Batter:
- 1 cup flour
- 3/4 cup sugar
- 2 tsp. baking powder
- 1/2 tsp. salt
- sprinkle of nutmeg or cinnamon
- 3/4 cup milk
Cover the peaches with 1 cup of white sugar and set aside to draw out the juice. Melt 1 stick of butter in an 8″ baking pan. In a separate bowl, combine the flour, 3/4 cup sugar, baking powder, salt, and cinnamon. Add the milk to form a thin batter.
Carefully spoon out the batter over the butter in the baking pan. Do not stir. Add peaches on top of the batter. Do not stir. Bake in an oven at 375 for 1 hour. Peek in occasionally, not all ovens require 1 hour. Use this recipe with other fruits.
What I Loved About This Recipe
Oh my goodness, where do I even begin? I loved every aspect of this easy peach cobbler recipe with frozen peaches. Each step was thoughtful and perfectly calculated to deliver a superior dessert. I was skeptical of all the butter the recipe called for. Then I remembered, Kentucky style. Sugar and butter go hand in hand with Kentucky style. I trusted the recipe and was richly rewarded.
The butter rose to the top with the batter as it cooked. The result was a brown butter, butterscotch flavor to the batter. It added a depth to the cobbler that is usually missing. My cobbler was done in about 50 minutes.
This was by far the best recipe that I’ve baked for cobbler. My mom said it tasted just like her mom’s growing up. In their household they had cobbler all the time. I hope you enjoy the recipe as much as we have!
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