Grandmother's Favorite Peach Cobbler

Grandmother's Favorite Peach Cobbler recipe is one of the most popular deserts that you can find on the internet. Yes, you may find various recipes with added ingredients but no one beats a homemade desert from our grandmother’s very own recipe. With this recipe, it may be the best you’ll ever have as it has a wonderful lemon flavor straight from the crust and be the only recipe you’ll use and pass down to the next generation. There is something comforting about a warm peach cobbler recipe, it is the perfect dessert recipe that hits the spot every time. Peach cobbler recipes are comforting and remind us of home.

Peaches have been growing for centuries. They symbolize immortality and friendship while some consider them a key power food along with staples like apples and pears. There are a lot of health benefits that you can get from peaches.

1 They can help you reduce hair loss as you age.

2.Can also remove worms from the intestines.

3.Can calm an upset stomach.

4.Those who suffer from gout and rheumatism are recommended to eat peaches because they tend to have a diuretic and a light laxative effect.

5.Also helps prevent cancer with selenium – a mineral with antioxidant properties that may help protect cells from damage.

These are just a few of the health benefits that peaches can give to your body. There are a lot more and some are still to be discovered through the evolving knowledge of science. Knowing that your favorite peach cobbler desert can give you more than just satisfying your cravings. The peach is a deciduous tree that is native to Northwest China. It's edible juicy fruit was brought to the Americas in the 16th century by Spanish explorers, and then brought to England and France in the 17th century.

Some of the ingredients you will use in this peach cobbler recipe include peaches, sugar, cornstarch, softened butter, egg, pure vanilla extract, grated lemon zest, flour and salt. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. To start peel, halve and pit the peaches for the recipe. Then slice each half peach into three or four wedges. In a large mixing bowl, combine the peaches, sugar and cornstarch. Then let the fruit stand, stir the mixture occasionally, until the sugar dissolves. Then make the dough for the peach cobbler. Cream the butter and remaining sugar in a medium sized bowl, with a wooden spoon or an electric mixer until it is smooth. Then beat the egg, vanilla and the lemon zest until the batter recipe is smooth. Then add the flour, salt and baking powder until combined. Next, transfer the peaches into an eight inch baking pan. Then drop the dough in rounded spoonfuls overtop the fruit. Bake until the fruit starts to bubble, and the crust is a nice golden color approximately 50 to 55 minutes. Let the peach cobbler recipe cool slightly and serve it while it's still warm. You can serve this warm and delicious peach cobbler recipe with some ice cream or whipped cream.

This recipe blog is created by Kim, who is the mother of two boys and a girl. She has loved cooking her whole life, with baking being her first love. As a teenager she would bake on weekends just for fun, now she is cooking for her family. The recipes you will find on this recipe blog are made with love. Some of the recipes you will find on this site include breakfast taco recipes, chicken recipes, stir fry recipes, dip recipes, pizza recipes, soup recipes, and more. You will also find banana recipes, breakfast recipes, cake recipes and brownie recipes.

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