When I think of peach cobbler, I think of home sweet home down in Georgia. To me, it’s just a classic comfort dessert that just brings back so many memories growing up.
I guess it’s appropriate that I love peaches being a Georgia girl. Summer is the perfect time to enjoy them and you probably already know they are the signature name for which the state is often referred.
Perfect For Any Season
Peach cobbler is really perfect to enjoy year round. I like to have it in the summer to take advantage of peaches being in season. But, also love it equally in the fall where frozen peaches can be used.
My Go-To Recipe
My recipe that I have made for years is just as about as simple as you can get.
- Fresh peaches sliced
- Melted butter
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 cup self rising flour
- 1 cup milk.
That’s it! It makes the most amazing cobbler.
However, this recipe hails from a great southern restaurant down in Washington, D.C. called Georgia Brown’s. I remember the first time I had it, thinking this would be hard to beat from the classic recipe I make.
Excitingly, it totally won me over. I loved the filling and the crumb topping, which has crushed vanilla wafers included. Yum! I change things up a bit and use a combination of fresh and canned peaches and you also can add some white chocolate chips to the topping.
Total delight is what comes to mind and I hope the next time you crave peach cobbler, you will give this recipe a try.
The recipe is perfect for two servings using 3 1/2″ ramekins. You can double to make 4 servings or even triple the recipe to make 6.