Sunday, June 7, 2009

SMS Bear's Peach Cobbler.....



I just HAD to make this recipe! Why? Because my nickname for DH is Bear!!! Anyway, he loved this peach cobbler. I must confess, I used frozen peaches, and it still turned out great.



I made a mini, one serving size of the cobbler; but made the whole recipe for the topping. I cut out the topping and froze what I didn't use, now I have a cobbler I can put together FAST! I think you could use almost any fruit you have on hand and just add some sugar, cornstarch and spice.



Would definitely make again. Many thanks to Andrea of Nummy Kitchen for a fast and easy recipe, great pick!!!

22 comments:

The Bahens said...

I used fresh peaches, but I think in the future, I'll just use frozen since it sounds so easy! Great job!

Katiecakes said...

what a great idea freezing the ingredients. Cobbler in a hurry :)

Katie xox

Cristine said...

Your cobbler looks so great! I used frozen peaches, too, and thought it turned out wonderful!

Jessica said...

What a great idea to save those biscuits! I wish I'd thought of that but I'm going to make a note in the book so that I'll remember next time. I'm glad your DH liked this one!

Tracey said...

I scaled the recipe was back too - I wish I'd thought to make the full biscuit recipe so I'd have them for next time :) Your cobbler looks terrific and I'm glad you enjoyed it!

Hornedfroggy said...

Cute! Love the idea of freezing your extra topping! :)

Flourchild said...

So did your bear like the cobbler!? I love your dish of cobbler it looks so good!

Alwayzbakin said...

It looks yummy! Good idea freezing it. I can't wait to make this one again.

Sarah said...

I almost used frozen peaches, but ended up doing a fresh mango cobbler instead. I'm glad to see how well the frozen worked, for future reference - your cobbler looks great!

karen said...

Love the fact that this can be frozen and baked again.

HanaĆ¢ said...

Yum. Yours turned out great. Love how your biscuits puffed. Great job!

Michele said...

I love your idea of freezing the extra dough! Genius!

Megan said...

Love the biscuits in a bag - I'd be tempted to eat them as is!

Mermaid Sweets said...

Love the mini cobbler that is so cute, and great idea on freezing the leftover topping.

margot said...

Such an adorable little cobbler, glad your bear liked it. And that is such a great idea to freeze the biscuits!

PheMom said...

I think I would have been happier with some frozen ones as well. There was just something off about the bottled ones I used. Anyway, we really liked the biscuit topping. Your freezing idea is great!

Pamela said...

What a great idea to freeze the extra biscuits! Looks wonderful and I'm sure it was enjoyed!

Shandy said...

Now saving biscuits by freezing the extra is a fantastic idea! When I used my canned peaches, I took the fruit syrup and froze that in an ice cube tray to use in fruit drinks. Hubby wanted an oj with peach vodka and I dropped in a couple of the peach nectar cubes to keep the drink cold and not delute the flavor. Your brilliant! =) and your single cobbler looks delicious!

Basically, Baby Boots said...

You're right, by using frozen peaches it is a fast and easy recipe. Even your uncooked biscuits look good, with little bits of butter mixed through out the dough. Thanks for the great freezer tip!

spike. said...

Glad you liked it, those biscuits look perfect

hotovenwarmheart said...

Hi Robin!

Your cobbler looks fabulous! You are so clever to bake a reduced portion but make the full recipe of biscuits to have on hand in the freezer. I often do the same, as I'm usually baking for 2, but I never would have thought of freezing the extra biscuits. Now you can switch it up and bake a number of different cobblers with all sorts of fruit fillings throughout the summer!

I wanted to introduce myself- my name is Joy and I'm a brand new blogger and SMS baker. I'd love for you to check out my site, and I look forward to getting to know you better during future weekly posts! :)

Kaitlin said...

It's helpful to know that frozen peaches would work - it's still a bit early for peaches so the fresh peaches were quite hard to work with. Thanks for the tip!