pbocking , 2 years agoGolden crunch of the crust (tons of butter helped :-) made it a winner. I used strawberries with a little lemon juice for more tang. It was great. While the butter is decadent and a treat, less would certainly work.
Brycesmommy , 2 years agoSo good. So easy. I use whatever fruit I have in hand, as we get a ton in our weekly organic CSA box, and I usually have the other ingredients around. I always add brown sugar and cinnamon to the fruit and a bit more on top. Yummy!
seannashorrock , 2 years ago
Brittybabe90 , 2 years agoExcellent recipe! Super easy and delicious! I always soak my peaches in the almond extract along with honey and a little lemon juice. I love that it's easy for the kids to help with as well! Two thumbs up!
Mjcrow06 , 2 years agoEven though I used 4 medium-large apples, it still seemed like there was too much dough, especially around the edges. With either more apples or more careful placement, this should be a really yummy dish! LOVE how simple it is!
amydasherstimpson , 2 years ago
Sujen , 2 years agoSooo easy and sooo good!!
Kjkorny , 2 years agoBest peach cobbler ever!
clarkntinaramsey , 2 years agoVery good and easy, might not use quite a whole stick of butter next time though. I didn't have any almond extract. But it was still so good, thank you for sharing your recipe.
melissaelliott2 , 2 years agoThis is wonderful. Did'nt last long @ my home.
cindyrendon-sanchez , 2 years agoWonderful recipe! I think you can cut the butter up to half though, bc I thought it was a bit much. Other than that, I kept the recipe pretty much the same. I just added cinnamon with the almond extract. And then topped it with a bit more sugar on top for a nicer crust...soooo good!!!
terik1972 , 2 years agoAdded a touch of brown sugar and cinnamon to the peaches. Was really good and everyone enjoyed.
Heisenmeimer , 2 years agoWow, was this good! I halved the butter but other than that....very easy and yummy! I made a rhubarb and strawberry variation and took it to a family potluck. They finished it off and had many requests for recipes. My husband raved about it! Will definitely make it again!
Memelynn , 2 years ago1 pound of butter is 4 sticks, so 1 stick is 1/4 pound ( 1 pound equals 16 ounces, 1/4 pound is 4 ounces)
amandadobbratz , 2 years agoThis is an awesome recipe. Made it for a dinner party last night. It came together really quickly and everyone loved it. Will def make it again.
eatmecakes , 2 years agoi love this recipe. it is so simple and easily changed.
ronda.anderson , 2 years ago
MDurose , 2 years agoMade this with fresh strawberries and 2/3 cup of agave syrup instead of sugar (I was out of sugar :s). Turned out great! Can't wait to try it with peaches and maybe amaretto instead of almond extract ? Oh my....
Sara1290 , 2 years agoSimple, Easy, and Delicious!
Pattyb352 , 3 years agoWe loved it, cut the butter in half.