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Friday, June 15, 2012

Individual Peach Cobblers with Vanilla Ice Cream


At 9pm after Emma has gone to bed and Mike and I are winding down we're always in the mood for something sweet.  Last week, I really wanted just a bite (or two...) of freshly baked, hot and bubbly, crumbly peach cobbler topped with vanilla ice cream.  Who wouldn't?

I whipped up a mini guy for us to share and put the rest of the crumb cobbler topping (I had made too much...) in the freezer.  Perfect - next time I have a craving and have a couple of peaches (or apples or berries...) lying around, I can just grab a handful of topping from the freezer. 

simple crumbly
Cobbler Topping


2 1/2 cups of flour
1 1/4 cup of sugar (or vanilla sugar)
1/2 cup of brown sugar
1/4 teaspoon of salt
1/2 pound of butter, cold (2 sticks)

In the bowl of a mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, add flour, sugar, brown sugar and salt.  Stir together. Cut butter into small pieces (about 1/2 inch cubes) and add them to the bowl and mix on medium low for a few minutes until the mixture starts to come together and is a crumbly texture.


For the individual cobblers, the amount of fruit filling and topping depends on the size of the bowl you're using.  In general, here is the ratio :

2 peaches + 1 tablespoon of sugar +  1 teaspoon of flour + 1/4 cup of topping

For this size, bake at 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes until the filling bubbles and the topping begins to brown. 



To peel peaches easily, drop them in a pot of boiling water for 30 seconds, then put them in ice water.  The skins will peel off easily with the help of a pairing knife.

 

Here is the extra topping ready to go into the freezer for the next last minute mini craving...


These Individual Peach Cobblers are part of my Fresh & Flavorful Father's Day Menu - get all of the recipes here!

9 comments:

  1. This looks outrageous!! I love anything to do with peach and this looks incredible.

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  2. I just came home with a fresh bag of peaches. Now I know what to do with them. Thanks for the idea!

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  3. I ran into your blog thanks to Pinterest, and all I can say is that I am in love with it! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Oh wow does that ever look yummy! This is
    My husbands gave. Thanks for recipe. This
    will be his Fathers Day dessert.

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  5. That cobbler looks delish! The rest of your Father's Day menu looks so tempting, too!

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  6. Anonymous4:13 PM

    Thank you so much for sharing such beautiful recipes that you truly care about. They make me inspired and believe that wonderful beautiful bakers are out there. I cant wait to become one!

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  7. I've used your tip for easily pealing peaches twice, works like a charm!

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  8. Just made them last night, and they were delicious! I'm thinking of making the blueberry crumble muffins With some of the leftover crumble topping here :)

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  9. Hi Jenny, my name is Teresa. I love your blog, I never comment on anyone's blog except my daughters. Thank you for sharing your peach cobbler!! My favorite! Now my hubby and I can make just enough for the two of us.

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