My mom’s been making this peach cobbler for as long as I can remember and when I asked her where it came from, she said it’s been in her family for years. As promised, here you go, a good ole’ Southern Peach Cobbler recipe that is about as easy as they come.
It has a stick of butter, maybe that’s one reason why it’s so good. We don’t shy away from butter here in the South. Just ask Paula!
With vanilla ice cream, it’s a real treat! Mom and dad buy boxes of peaches at a local place when they are driving up to their house in the mountains and the boxes are $5 for over-ripe peaches. Mom puts them all to good use and not many are ruined.
She also adds a little sugar to her peaches when they are peeled, so you can do that or skip that step if you don’t need it that sweet. I think the sugar in the topping would be enough.
Out of the oven and ready to eat, after cooling a bit.
Mom is such a great cook, she has fed her family for years and years.
And she also has a green thumb too and grows the prettiest African violets on her back porch.
Hope you enjoy my mom’s Peach Cobbler!
- Fresh peeled and sliced peaches (approx. 6-8)
- One Cup Self-rising Flour
- One Cup Sugar
- One Egg
- One stick butter
- Use 9x12 baking dish
- Fill baking dish about ½ way full with fresh sliced peaches, the more the better!
- Place flour and sugar in mixing bowl, add one egg and mix until crumbly.
- Sprinkle mixture over top of peaches.
- Dot all over with 1 stick of butter.
- Bake at 375* for approx. 45 min. or until golden brown.
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