Classic Bisquick™ Peach Cobbler
Whether you use canned, fresh or frozen peaches will probably depend on the time of year. Whatever the season, this homey dessert will bring you praises. Try this favorite from the Betty Crocker Kitchens tonight.
My Grandmother would make this quite often when I was younger, she would always use. Bisquick Mix only, and Land O Lakes Butter, Hoods Milk and all the other recepie items. She had nine children so before my mother gave birth to me she had been using this product, for dumplings,biscuts,and cobblers. So, as I got older I was raised on these cobblers, and of course Sara Lee Popovers, but, Strawberry, Peach, Blueberry and apple cobbler was the thing to eat on a seriously cold New England day, topped with homemade whipped cream, and Vanilla Ice Cream. Never forget the strong Swedish Coffee or Tea. Memories of foodsno one will forget.
If you don't like nutmeg, cut it by half and use that half as cinnamon. Put a couple drops of vanilla in and use 1 cup of cane sugar. Cane sugar is sweet, but not as sweet as regular white sugar. Make sure you drain the peaches thoroughly or it will turn out soggy. I also put organic vanilla in with the peaches. I made this for Thanksgiving and It was very good. I doubled everything in the recipe to have plenty. Turned out perfect. The key to baking it is to first put it on the bottom rack towards the burners for about 30 minutes. Then put it on the top rack for about 20-25 minutes until it's a golden brown color or light brown.
This is quick and easy. Very delicious. I used Betty Crocker Gluten Free bisquick. I added cinnamon and vanilla and a dash of nutmeg. I will make this again.
Use boxed baking mix to make this easy cobbler!
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Find your favorite peach cobbler recipe! Made with fresh peaches or canned peaches, classic peach cobbler is always a hit.
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