Thursday, May 9, 2013

Rated 4 Paws


Today was one of those days I pretty much stayed inside because of the weather. I’m hoping the rain didn’t wash out my garden beds.  More rain to come later this evening. While inside, I made up a shopping list and cut coupons for tomorrow’s grocery run into town. 

I made some homemade bread to go with our chicken, for dinner tonight. 

 
 

I also made a homemade peach cobbler, one of Bulldog Man’s favorite desserts.  I’ve provided the recipe below for your convenience.  Bulldog Man rates the cobbler with 4 sticky paws J 


Peach Cobbler
½ cup melted butter (place in bottom of 9X13 pan)

                                                       Batter
1 cup flour
1 cup sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
¼ teaspoon salt
2/3 cup room temperature milk
1 room temperature egg

Mix batter well, and then pour batter on top of melted butter in pan
 
Filling

1 (28 ounce) cans sliced peaches, drained (I used 28 ounces frozen peaches)
1 cup sugar
1teaspoon cinnamon
½ teaspoon nutmeg

Mix filling well, then spoon over batter – DO NOT STIR!!!!

Bake 35 – 45 minutes at 350 degrees or until batter comes to the top and is golden brown.
 




Great recipe by: Suellen Anderson

24 comments:

  1. Oh gosh, I need to bookmark this. We have teeny little peaches on our peach tree and I love peach desserts!

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    1. Leigh,

      I love peach desserts too, lol

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  2. I think I will try this tomorrow! I still have a few jars of canned peaches from last falls trees that need used up! :)

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    1. Kim, You will like this recipe it's so easy.

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  3. My favorite too, just behind any citrus deserts (e.g. Key Lime Pie, Lemon Meringue, anything Orange Julius flavored, etc.).

    Hope the garden fared well my friend.

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    1. DFW,

      Oh I live Key Lime Pie!!!! We used to go to this place when we lived in Davie, Florida to pickup pies, they were so delicious. They even made Lemon Meringue. Now I make my own because you don't find this kind of stuff here where we live.

      Garden fared well, thank you. I was worried with all the rain we've had.

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  4. ohhh...I love me some peach cobbler and my waistline attests to that! Looks very good!

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    1. Mamma Bear,

      I'm the same way Mamma Bear, I love it but it doesn't like my waist or my hips or just my entire body, lol

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  5. I need to try this one....I have never done it this way.

    Looks delicious.

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    1. Glenda,

      It is very delicious, and easy to make.

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    1. PP,

      Yes MMMMMMM, chicken was finger licking good and the peach cobbler was so good. There's a little left, the boys nearly killed it.

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  7. Oh wow! I have everything I need to make this cobbler. YAY!!! I'm going to be making this soon. Well... maybe sooner. Like today. hehe.
    I hope ya'll didn't get washed away with all this rain we've been getting. My yard is a wet mess and I sure can't even walk in the garden without sinking to my ankles. So you see, its a VERY good day for a cobbler!
    Thanks

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    1. SCI, hey there sweetie!!!!

      Don't say that too loud, my boys almost ate all of ours. They may head up your way for more, lol

      I went out again this morning and the garden is really wet but doesn't looked washed out. I can only pray, and start again if things don't grow.

      Let me know what you think about the cobbler.

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  8. This is similar to what I call my lazy cobbler...any fruit works well.

    Sounds like a very good day to me.

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    1. Gail,

      I consider it an easy recipe, great day my friend!!

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  9. Oh I wish I had of been at your house:) Looks good. B

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    1. B,

      Better hurry up, it will be gone before you know it, lol :-)

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  10. I am not big on desserts. I don't care for things that are sweet, but peach cobbler is my weakness. Yours looks yummy!

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    1. A Girl,

      I wish I wasn't big on desserts. I like a dessert every now and then. Peach cobbler is a good weakness to have, lol :-)

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  11. I sympathize with you on the rain. But the smell of fresh bread would sure be welcomed in my house!

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    1. Michaele,

      Granted we need the rain but not all in 1 hour. I've always loved the smell of bread baking. They should make a candle called bread baking, what do you thing?

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  12. Oh, this looks great! A little different from mine, but maybe even better!! ..Maybe,, Haha!!

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    1. Thank you, yours is probably better, lol!!!

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