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"I used 2 bags of peaches (love lots of peaches) that I thawed from frozen and put a 1/2 cup of sugar over them, added a splash of vanilla and mixed before dumping over the flour mixture, then I sprinkled a little cinnamon over the top before putting in the oven. Delish!!! I did only put a little margarine on top.."- debbie_r_tuey
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Melt margarine in deep dish or pan. Mix sugar, flour, and milk; pour over melted margarine. Pour the peachesw and juice over this mixture. Do not stir. Bake at 350 F for 45-50 minutes. Serve warm. Top with whipped cream. I have successfully reduce the butter to 1/2 stick and have used various pie fillings in this recipe in place of the peaches. Works equally well. Betty Message From email@example.com (bscoggins) to Prodigys Recipe Exchange Newsletter Posted to MC-Recipe Digest V1 #803 by Roberta Banghart
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theresajones 3 months ago
debbie_r_tuey 7 months agoI used 2 bags of peaches (love lots of peaches) that I thawed from frozen and put a 1/2 cup of sugar over them, added a splash of vanilla and mixed before dumping over the flour mixture, then I sprinkled a little cinnamon over the top before putting in the oven. Delish!!! I did only put a little margarine on top..
jessehartley 7 months agoMake sure it's a deep dish. Add a dash of salt to the flour mix to cut the sweetness. We liked it better with some cinnamon to taste. Use 1/2 stick butter without noticing a difference. Definitely on my favorite list. Very easy, in my oven and deep pan it does take a little longer to cook.
chslydia 11 month agoEasy and good. Just sprinkled cinnamon over the top before baking.
christinaammermandupree 1 year agoPretty good, very easy. Cut the sugar a bit. It didn't get golden brown on top but it was still cooked. Kids loved it!
freckles2stars 1 year agoEasy batter.
Wiccagal 1 year agoNever made a peach cobbler before, this was so easy and was demolished within 5 minutes by the entire family! Great tasting, sweet and tasty.
mstarrp4u 2 years agoI already have this recipe, it is also simple to do and a hit at every dinner.
txsg_tack 2 years agoThis is similar to my great grandmothers recipe bit that calls for 2 cups flour, sugar, n milk and 1 tbsp baking powder. Otherwise exact same preparation. In a 9x12. It's amazing!!!!
rangerwife 2 years agoEasy to throw together and pretty darn good
jnoodle 2 years agoI dont know what I did wrong but this recipe was a giant unedible blob.what size pans did everyone use. Maybe I'll try it again because it does look good
Chefjewels 2 years agoThis resume is just absolutely amazing! My husband gobbled it right up! I made a medium pan not that long ago and it's almost gone! Very easy and quick to make.
Sheenaland 2 years agoAmazon me and my mom made one and it went in like minutes love it :)
Mellylissa 2 years agoJust ok. I baked it a 325 rather than 350 and perhaps that was my mistake. After an an hour and fifteen minutes of baking, it was still runny. Let it stand for 20 minutes, cut it and still more runny underneath than solid. Kids loved it anyway, so it's a win-win!
Brandybrd 3 years agoVery easy, excellent results!
Karachimom 3 years agoLooks good and yummy to eat. I put in some extra sugar on top and Some cinnamon too
normadbfl 3 years agoVery good and so easy
schmidlas 3 years agoDefinitely a quick , easy dessert.....I too would add a pinch of salt to cut the sweetness a bit.
derbyslove 3 years agoI liked it. It was easy to make. I did use apples instead of peach. Don't like peaches that much. It still turned out real good with apples. I have picky eater in my home. Made it Friday afternoon and it was gone by Sunday. That's a good thing in my house.
zahava 5 years agothis was a nice way to end a lunch. the only thing i would do differently next time is add 1/2 to 3/4 tsp of salt to the batter, to balance the sweet. everyone enjoyed dessert :-)