Dessert Tonight – Peach Cobbler with Home Canned Peaches

I was straightening up my pantry today and found a bag of Fowler’s Mill Shortcake and Cobbler Mix. I got super excited at the thought of using my canned spiced peaches to make a Peach Cobbler.  My mother-in-law works for them and come Christmas time we get a lot of great mill presents such as Peach Cobbler - COLORADO URBAN HOMESTEADERApple Crisp Mix (my favorite), Buttermilk Pancake Mix (my husband’s favorite), Buckwheat Pancakes (my mom’s favorite) and more.  They are made in Ohio.

My recipe for homemade canned spiced peaches came from the Better Homes and Gardens Can It!
. You can also read my review here: Book Review of Can It!

I followed the directions on the back of the Cobbler Bag for making the dough.  I rolled out the dough into little individual circles to place in my Fiestaware saucers.   Then on top of that I strained a jar of the spiced peaches and poured them over the dough.  On top I sprinkled a crisp crust of equal parts brown sugar, flour, and quick rolled oats and cut in about 4 teaspoons of butter.  Bake for 25 minutes and viola!   Peach Crisp Dessert.

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One thought on “Dessert Tonight – Peach Cobbler with Home Canned Peaches

  1. Looks Yummy! The Apple Crisp Mix will work for the topping. That’s what we use at the mill for the Dutch Apple Pie Topping. Enjoy!

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