Last week I was having company and wanted a nice summery dessert. I was inspired by a Peach Cobbler Recipe that I found at the blog Two Twenty One. It looked easier than pie 😉 and it was!
I had never, ever had cobbler before…maybe it’s not so much a northern dessert? But it was so good, and easy, that I want to recommend it to all of you.
You know this time of year when summer fruit is at it’s peek, and it’s easy to go a little crazy when you’re at the farmers market, and then get it home and think “what am I going to do with all this fresh fruit?” Well, your going to make peach cobbler!
It’s simple if you’ve got peaches, or nectarines (I used some of each) and a little whip cream, all the other ingredients are things you probably have on hand. And it really is a whole-lot easier than making a pie.
I wasn’t too sure about trying a new recipe when I was having company, so I bought a little back-up strudel at the farmers market, just in case. The cobbler was such a hit that the strudel was left over, and the company had seconds of the Peach Cobbler and took a piece home for latter! Now that’s what I call a successful new recipe!
Life is a party, with fresh cobbler around!