This is by far the best peach cobbler recipe I've found. It tastes more like the peach cobblers my mother and grandmother made. The dessert recipe is simple to make and all the ingredients are readily available. If friends or family are coming by, I can prepare this dessert, pop it in the oven and wait for the oohs and aahs as my guests are welcomed to our home by the warm aroma of fresh-baked peach cobbler. –Member Review
The inspiration from this cake came from Tartine's pumpkin tea cake. I wanted to make a lighter, cake-ier cake, closer to a dessert you'd eat at a dinner party than to a quickbread you'd eat for breakfast. The frosting recipe is based on my idol Dorie Greenspan's Tangy Cream Cheese Frosting.
Whether you're looking for an easy way to entertain guests at a housewarming party, backyard barbecue, or low-key dinner, pitchers of strawberry-peach sangria are the ideal liquid solution. The rainbow assortment of fruit makes for a stunning display
This is my favorite breakfast during peach season! It's sweet and comforting, and so easy because it can be made the night before and just popped in the oven in the morning. This recipe is from the Churchtown Inn in Churchtown, PA, although I modified it slightly. If you use soy milk and a dairy-free margarine, it's dairy-free!
Whether you use canned, fresh or frozen peaches will probably depend on the time of year. Whatever the season, this homey dessert will bring you praises. Try this favorite from the Betty Crocker Kitchens tonight.
This dish makes for a dramatic presentation. I usually take it right from the oven to the table, fill it with peaches and sour cream and serve it with bacon or ham. Whenever I go home, my mom (the best cook I know) asks me to make this. —Nancy Wilkinson, Princeton, New Jersey