Sunday, November 27, 2011


                                                         Peach Cobbler

Cobbler is a fast easy desert that is simply awesome. It always makes the family and guests just swoon. Its made several different ways but this way is easy and tastes the best in my opinion. It is a crumble top cobbler 


  • Fruit (Apples, pears, peaches even bananas all make great cobbler experiment to find the one you like most) 
  • Unbleached flour
  • Brown sugar
  • Unsalted butter (Room temp)
  • Dash of salt. 
PROCEDURE: The amounts of the dry ingredients vary depending on how much fruit you are using. The more crumble topping the better cause people just love it. The formula is one equal part each flour, butter and brown sugar to start. With your fingers pinch and blend the butter into the flour till it beads and is completely incorporated. If it is too wet continue to add flour a little at a time until it forms like bread crumbs or even lumps the size of peas. Then add the brown sugar and salt,  pinch and blend again until it is all mixed together.

Slice the fruit into an oiled baking dish of the appropriate size. Spread the crumble topping over the top of the sliced fruit loosely, dont pack it down.

Preheat the oven to 400 and bake the cobbler for 15 mins. then lower to 325 for 45 mins.

Ill edit in some procedure pics tomorrow. I'm gonna make some apple cobbler.



  1. So if I want to use 1 stick of butter, then I would use 1/2 cup of flour and 1/2 cup of sugar? the mixture come put smooth, almost like peanut putter (minus the oil). are you calling it crumbles because this is what you get after you cook it?

  2. No shouldnt be at all like peanut butter. But if you have already used it it might still be good. The layer will just be thin. I will rewrite that recipe. When you are blending the flour and butter and it seems to wet you have to keep adding flour till it starts forming up like breadcrumbs, or even the size of peas. Then blend in the brown sugar. There are some variables and some things you can control by changing the increments. Some people like a thin topping others like it thicker then the fruit layer. I hope it turned out edible.