all i can say is yummmmmm . . . a simple to make peach cobbler! *cook's note: a 28oz can of peaches, drained, or 4 to 5 large fresh peaches skinned and sliced can be substituted for the frozen peaches. i use only real butter and real vanilla!
i cannot remember where i got this recipe, but i like it because these ingredients are usually always in the house, even if you need to go grocery shopping. great way to ease a sweet tooth! and, my toddler loves it!
a family recipe for a classic dessert.
you can also use this tantalizing recipe to make peach crisp (which i highly recommend.) very easy and delightful. at its best when served hot. use fresh fruit whenever possible.
food & family fall 2005 issue.
an easy crowd pleaser. i've given this recipe to so many people and all love it. this was from a newsletter put out by a local gourmet cooking store that also does cooking classes called sweet basil and the chef was andy broder.
my mother-in-law makes this recipe, and it is the most wonderful peach cobbler i have ever tasted. whenever the family gets together this is what i request for dessert, and there is never any left! and best of all it only takes four ingredients!
lip smacking, can't stop eating, best peach cobbler ever! super easy and keep a spoon handy :)
a smaller-sized apple crisp. easy and delicious.
a.1. original sauce recipe contest entry. tangy a1 ganache takes a creamy cherry cobblet tart to new heights!
my friend gave me this easy peach (any fruit) cobbler recipe
old family recipe that is fairly easy to make.
i found this recipe years ago, o.k. i admit it was in high school in a cook book put out by home ec teachers that i got from my teacher. it's one of the best easy cobblers i've ever had. i generally add more nutmeg or cinnamon than the recipe says, but i'
blueberry peach crisp - lighter than usual - very little sugar. a way to make blueberries (especially tart ones) delightful! alaskan blueberries have 10x the antioxidants of regular blueberries too. kids and adults alike love this flavor!
i got a recipe from a friend for pear cobbler. it was really good. i decided to come up with my own recipe. the only thing that i kept the same was the sugar and flour measurments.
ps this is easy. cherries yum. what can i say...
this recipe which came from a first magazine is the absolute best i've ever eaten. prep time includes peeling the peaches.
there are only 6 ingredients to it and you can use any pie filling you like, apple, cherry, peach etc. tastes great with some vanilla icecream! it is so simple, you won't believe how good it turns out!
this is a wonderful dessert to serve after a special dinner. the amaretto and pears are a lovely combination. dh loved this so much he had 2 servings. i didn't have 6 custard cups so i used a small glass cake pan. i found this recipe in our local newspape
a friend of mine gave me this recipe several years ago after she brought this wonderful dish for a potluck. when i made it at home, my mother was so impressed, she called my aunt to tell her about the recipe. well, we were surprised to learn that my a
easy to make with a cake mix and oh, so good. for a more fruity dessert, double the pineapple and cherry pie filling.
wonderful apple-caramel taste!easy peasy, too. serve with your favorite ice cream or whipped cream. had this recipe for eons; but think it was an entry in a long ago pillsbury's bake-off.
got this recipe from an amish woman who worked at a bed and breakfast we stayed at in berlin ohio
this dessert fills the whole house with a wonderful aroma. it is simple to put together and is made in a 9x13 inch pan so it can feed a crowd. serve warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
this is a wonderful dessert for any time of the year. i use frozen bagged fruit just for ease but you can use fresh. a new twist to a tried and true dish! enjoy.
cobbeler that can be made with any kind of fruit filling. i got this from my sister.
this is yet another great recipe from my mother-in-law whose baking and entertaining in a small farming community is renowned.
this fabulous dessert is 3 ww points a serving and can be made with fresh, canned, or frozen fruit. it is adapted from a recipe in the
give cherries a golden, crunchy cobbler crust with this versatile mix. for a quick gift, put a batch of it-along with a can of pie filling and serving directions-in a decorated bag.
this is a very good apple dessert sorta like apple crisp made very simply with a cake mix. for those who do not like coconut you can omit without a problem and add nuts or raisins. i use a mixture of granny smith and gala apples and slice them directly in
this is so easy to make and so good to eat - it would be a shame not to!
tasty and easy dessert for cold fall evenings
this recipe was found on www.sydneymarkets.com.au & is posted here for the zaar world tour 5.
i came up with this after combining a couple different recipes. use whatever dried mixed fruit you like; i like cranberries, blueberries, raisins, strawberries, etc. goes great with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream on top. yummy! entered: jun 14, 2005
this was on barefoot contessa and it is fabulous! she calls for macoun apples, but i used granny smith and would do it again. the family enjoyed this very much. perfect for the holiday seasons coming up.
this great dessert is from the new vegetarian epicure. i've used it with several combinations of fruit - basically whatever i have on hand - and it's always been good. while the apple and pear combination is excellent, i've also had great results with m
from anne lindsay cookbook. this uses the minimum amount of fat and sugar with lots of fruit and oatmeal for fiber. this tastes so good especially in the cool autumn months. i often use frozen mixed fruit like strawberry/blackberry/blueberry/raspberry.
we love apple crumble but i wanted to make something a bit different tonight and came up with this-it's based on my apple crumble recipe though.
another magazine recipe, really nice pudding.
i love puddings and this is a great way to cure your sweet tooth while using up some of those lovely autumn apples.
this is an easy and delish desert that is excellent on a summer day served warm with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream.
one of the better recipes for bread pudding. the vanilla sauce recipe may be cut in half if desired, but it is so good, you might just want to prepare it with the stated amounts.
this is my husband's absolute favorite bread pudding. i'm torn between this one and the "old fashioned" version from southern living. both are fantastic. this comes from rosie's bakery book which i love despite there not being any pictures!
a quick yummy dish for brunch. original recipe from sunset october 2009 but i added the bacon and cheese on top. i don't have an ovenproof skillet so i cooked the butter, sugar, cinnamon and apples in a saucepan, poured the egg mixture in a greased 8" sq
this recipe was given to me and was supremely delicious! hope y'all enjoy!
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