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Quickest Peach Cobbler

Contributed By: Phoebe | See all of Phoebe's recipes
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Active Time:  4 Minutes
Total Time:  30 Minutes
  5 servings
The quickest Peach Cobbler on earth (besides buying it from the bakery). Very tasty, using simple ingredients you have in your kitchen already. Peachy, sugary, biscuity goodness. Not too sweet - and easily customizeable to your liking.
RECIPE INGREDIENTS
2 cans (abt 15oz each) Yellow Cling peaches in heavy syrup (drained)
1/3 Cup granulated sugar
1 TBSP cornstarch
1 tsp cinnamon
pinch nutmeg
2 TBSP lemon juice
2 TB water
1 can of at least 4 biscuits** (the kind in the refridgerated section that come in the roll)
**regular biscuits, like buttermilk or "home style"
an extra TBSP sugar for sprinkling on top - Optional
Heavy cream, whipping cream or canned whip cream or vanilla ice cream for topping - optional
A wooden spoon is helpful
DIRECTIONS
Preheat oven to 350*


In a small sauce pan over medium heat, combine sugar, water, cinnamon, nutmeg and cornstarch. Stir continuously and turn up heat a notch.


Once it starts to bubble (about 1 minute), add lemon juice and drained peaches. Keep stirring, and break up peaches with the spoon (if desired; it's easier to serve & eat this way, I think). Continue stirring for about 3 minutes, or until the whole mess has reached a bubble plus one minute.


Dump mixture into small, ungreased, glass baking dish. A 6x6 works well, though size is not all that important, as long as it's two peach-slices high once dumped in, and has at least an inch from the top of room for biscuit topping.


Now, open up your biscuits, and tear off 1 inch chunks and place on top of peach mixture in the pan. Use as much or as little as you like - I use 4 biscuits because I don't want a ton of bread on top. Little spaces between the chunks of dough are OK, because it fattens up in the oven. Sprinkle dough with sugar if you like, maybe a tiny bit extra cinnamon.


Bake at 350* F.


With 4 biscuits atop it, 25 minutes.


Increase baking time by 2 to 3 minutes for each extra 2 biscuits you use, up to 30 minutes for a full can of 8 biscuits.


Out of the oven, serve her up and drizzle with your choice of creams. Enjoy!


Date Added: 05/16/2011
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Rating: 5
by: adele, IA Reviewed: 07/22/2011
AMAZINGLY YUMMY!
Very good and easy! One thing different I did was I rolled the dough into br. Sugar and cinnamon. I made it for a PTA function and it was a BIG hit!
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