Aunt June’s Peach Cobbler

Because it’s Friday, we had company over, and in preparation for that I spent most of the day getting the house and everything else ready for making lots of pizza, so I didn’t really have just a whole bunch of time on my hands to sit down and think up a subject for a post much less write one.
So, you all get the recipe for what I made and served for dessert.
Lucky you, I made my Great Aunt June’s Famous Peach Cobbler.

Now, if you aren’t from Texas, you may not know what a cobbler is. My friends that just left our house here in South Africa told me it was like a pudding…. If you are from Texas, don’t take offense to that- they have odd ‘puddings’. Think bread pudding. :)

Regardless of what you do or don’t know about it, trust me when I say it is pure awesomeness and you need to make it. It’s super easy, and you probably have everything you need right in your pantry and fridge.

Now, just one more note… I failed completely at getting a final product picture. :( It got gobbled before I thought about taking one. Sorry about that…

Aunt June’s Peach Cobbler

1st Set of Ingredients:
1 stick of Butter
1 Cup of Flour
1 Cup of Sugar
3/4 Cup of Milk
1 teaspoon of Salt
1 1/2 teaspoons of Baking Powder

2nd Set of Ingredients:
1 Cup of Sugar
1 Cup of Water
2 Cans of sliced peaches, drained

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Directions:
Melt the butter and spread in a 9″ X 13″ baking pan.
Mix together all of the first set of ingredients until smooth, and pour evenly over melted butter.

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Mix together the second set of ingredients and pour evenly over batter mixture.

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Bake at 350*F until golden brown and set.
Enjoy warm with vanilla ice cream.
Tah-dah!

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