My Grandmother’s Fresh Peach Cobbler

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Simple, easy and delicious! Making cobbler has never been easier! I serve this one warm, but you can serve it cold if you want. Go ahead and try it, you won’t regret it

I associate this recipe with fond memories of my grandmother. By the way, she never cooked it. My grandmother loved recipes tested over the years and prepared only what she was well versed in.

In her youth, she never saw canned peaches, and she never heard the word “cobbler” at all. The appearance of this recipe in our family is the merit of my mother.  She tried it somewhere and decided to cook it herself.

Grandmother, a very skeptical woman, was always distrustful of everything new. But she liked this dish so much that it became one of her and our favorite desserts.

This homemade peach cobbler makes the perfect quick and easy peach dessert that I turn to again and again. It makes a delicious summer dessert with fresh Georgia peaches from my local farmer’s market.

But one thing that makes this dessert such a winner is the fact that it’s just as delicious made in cooler months with frozen or canned peaches so that you can make it any time of year.

It’s no secret that cobblers make a favorite dessert. I grew up watching my mama and grandmother make them with fresh fruit often for family suppers.

While Grandmother’s Old Fashioned Peach Cobbler includes a double crust and dumplings and is absolutely divine, it does take a bit of time to make. While I still love to make that recipe sometimes, I make this Easy Peach Cobbler much more often.

Just six simple ingredients, so easy to make even for a last minute dessert and everyone always loves it! It’s one of our family favorites!

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