ancient recipe for oven-baked peach cobbler!!

Combine the flour, cornstarch, salt, and baking powder in a separate basin. Use a pastry blender or a fork to work in the cold butter until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs.

4. Add the milk and stir until combined, creating a thick batter.

Spoon batter into baking dish and distribute it evenly over peaches.

6. Preheat oven to 400–450 degrees. Bake for 40–45 minutes, or until edge becomes golden and filling bubbles.

Seven, let the cobbler to cool for a little before serving warm. Top with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream for a decadent dessert.



Tips for Success: - Use ripe, juicy peaches for the most texture and taste.

- Adjust the quantity of sugar according to your taste and the sweetness of the peaches.

When adding the butter to the topping, make sure it's cold so it can achieve a flaky texture.

Serving the cobbler warm is the most delightful experience.



Advantages to Health: - Peaches are a good source of antioxidants, vitamins A and C, and other nutrients that may strengthen the immune system and lessen the likelihood of developing chronic diseases.

-Whole wheat flour or gluten-free flour may be used in this recipe for those who have dietary limitations.

If you're looking for a healthy way to indulge in a sweet treat, try fruit-based desserts like peach cobbler.



Nutrition Facts: 290 calories are included in one serving.

11 grams of total fat

7.0% Saturated Fat

Cholesterol: 30 milligrams

salt: 125 milligrams

47 grams of total carbohydrates

- 2 grams of dietary fiber



Variations and Substitutions — Other seasonal fruits, such as apples, berries, or cherries, may be used in lieu of the peaches.

For crunchiness, try topping it with a handful of chopped almonds or oats.

Spice it up with ginger and cardamom, among others, for a one-of-a-kind flavor.

If you're looking for a dairy-free option, try using vegan butter and almond milk instead.



Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ): 1. Is it possible to use canned or frozen peaches for fresh ones?

If fresh peaches aren't available, you may use canned ones; however, once taken out of the freezer, frozen peaches should just be allowed to defrost. This is why it's important to drain any canned or frozen peaches before using them.

2. What's the best way to keep peach cobbler that's left over?

- Refrigerate it for up to three days if stored in an airtight container. Do not use a microwave or oven until reheated.

3. Has anybody tried making this recipe before?

Yes, you may assemble the peach cobbler in advance and refrigerate it until it's time to bake, which should take around twenty-four hours.