Fourth of July
"Cuppa Cuppa Cuppa Sticka" Peach and Blueberry Cobbler
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Barbara M. September 12, 2020
This was amazing... the second time, after realizing it said 'self-rising flour' and using all purpose flour the first time. ;-)
Ashley M. July 9, 2019
This cobbler recipe is amazing. I used about a pint of blueberries and a peach more so I had to bake it for about 12 minutes more but it was so worth it.
Julia C. September 27, 2018
Friends raved! Thank you so much for this easy and delicious recipe. I made it with raspberries and peaches 🍑. Unfortunately, my peaches were flavorless so I roasted them alone mixed with some sugar, 3/4 cup, 1 tsp. Cinnamon, 1/2 tsp. Cardomen, and 1/2 tsp. Ginger to encourage some preachiness. The recipe is a keeper. My peaches weren’t, but those raspberries. Yum! Lemon crepe fraiche ice cream would be an exceptional a la mode, I think.
MBE August 14, 2018
Two 9 x 13 pans. Home bakers don't generally have pan sizes that exceed a 9 x 13. If your doing that best to simply make two batches.
MBE May 18, 2018
Worth keeping a bag of self-rising flour in my freezer (yes you can make your own but typically the flour in self-rising is made from a lower-protein wheat, so the resulting biscuits etc. are a bit more tender). A great recipe to have on hand during fruit season(sure it will be great with most any stone fruit). I made mine with some peaches I needed to use from the freezer but can't wait for fresh peaches, cherries etc. etc. Also think I will try with rhubarb.
Annelle M. March 2, 2018
One may find that the best results occur from following the recipe as written.
Baiba R. September 10, 2017
I wasn't as thrilled with this cobbler. My mistake was to not use self-raising flour, perhaps, but generally the fruit tasted great - but other cobbler recipes have been better.
kumalavula August 28, 2016
i used 6 tbs of butter, subbed in some corn meal to replace some of the flour and did a mix of nectarines and the last of the rhubarb in the garden. it came out great and the consistency was fine; i would make it in a smaller pan next time so that it's not quite so thin. it was so spread out that it felt shallow when dishing it up but with some ice cream this is divine!
Kymberle C. November 22, 2015
I made this last week only had canned peaches but it still was awesome good. My parents and I sat in a warm house watched it snow and ate hot from the oven cobbler with of course vanilla ice cream on top.This recipe is so easy and quick to make it was the perfect something sweet for after dinner we all crave. Thank you..
Emma H. September 19, 2015
I made this last night for my house mate's birthday- it was SUCH a huge hit. Paired with Tillamook vanilla ice cream- perfection. Thanks for sharing, you made me a very popular lady last night.
Shelli L. September 5, 2015
This is by far the best cobbler recipe EVER. When I first pulled out of oven I thought there was too much butter but after it sat and rested it all came together. This will be my go to cobbler from now on. The only thing I did different is I used only peaches tossed in honey and butter then I roasted them. DELISH!!
Cindy E. July 28, 2015
I'm scared to death to buy fresh peaches for good ones are hard to find. Can you use canned peaches?
Ariadne M. July 24, 2015
Looks so easy--and perfect for the season! Can't wait to try it--thanks so much for sharing. Cobblers are awesome comfort food :)
Ariadne M. August 6, 2015
Made it last week and it tasted fantastic. I just used good peaches from the market, nothing fancy. I'm not sure it rose enough, as I didn't have selfrising flour, so I used the advice of another poster and "made it." Next time I'll try selfrising to see if it makes a difference. Can't wait to make it again!
Windischgirl July 19, 2015
Delicious! I used 1/2 stick of butter, subbed 1/4c cornmeal for some of the flour, and used buttermilk. Making my second one today....I think my first try was under-baked, so I'm also using a slightly larger pan. So easy!
Windischgirl August 12, 2015
Baked in a different pan and this too was delicious on the edges, mushy and underbaked in the center. Baked any longer and it would have burned. Tastes good but I was disappointed in the texture. Any suggestions?
anisa July 29, 2021
Had the same experience. Wish I'd seen this before making. Make sure to use the called-for pan size.
thirschfeld August 21, 2013
This is the cobbler I grew up with. Still make it. The kids love it. Wonderful.
TheWimpyVegetarian August 17, 2013
I'm making this for a party tonight. How long should it bake for? I don't see the time??
Kate W. August 18, 2013
35-40 minutes. I just realized I left out the baking time yesterday! Updating soon.
Honeylishuss August 13, 2013
I found that this cobbler recipe had way, way too much butter. There was a kind of greasy excess to the dessert so next time I think I will try it with about half the butter and see how it turns out.
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