Quick Peach Cobbler
There is little in life that could not benefit from a little love, a little time, and a stick of butter.
Amen to that!
When life gets hectic, I find peace and balance by hitting the pause button, taking a break and a deep breath, and doing something I love.
Like quilting, reading, writing, or baking.
I accidentally created this quick and easy cobbler recipe when the grocery store was completely sold out of the quicker and even-easier frozen cobblers that come in a box and are almost always fool-proof.
I was determined, though, to serve hot peach cobbler with cold vanilla ice cream to my Mah Jongg group that particular night, so I grabbed what I thought might work, threw it together, and crossed my fingers.
What came out of the oven was incredible, so I had to share 🍑
Try the recipe below and let me know what you think!
With love and hugs,
Quick Peach Cobbler
When the grocery store was completely out of frozen cobblers, this quick and easy peach cobbler recipe started out as desperation but ended up as exaltation!
1, 14.1 oz. Box of Refrigerated Pie Crusts (2 rolled crusts)
3 pounds Frozen Sliced Peaches
1 cup Sugar
1/4 cup Corn Starch
1/3 cup Craisins
1/2 stick Butter
Mist cooking spray in bottom of 9" x 13" baking pan.
Unroll pie crusts and slice into strips (about 1" wide).
Combine frozen peaches, sugar, corn starch, and Craisins in a large bowl. Stir until mixed well.
Place half the dough slices across the baking pan.
Pour fruit mixture into the baking pan.
Place the remaining dough slices across the fruit mixture, tucking in the dough as needed so nothing hangs over the edges of the pan.
Melt the butter (about 20 - 30 seconds in the microwave) and then spread it over the top layer of dough.
Sprinkle cinnamon and sugar over the melted butter.
Bake at 375° until fruit is bubbling and crust is a deep, golden brown (somewhere between 45-50 minutes in my oven).
Serve hot with a scoop of vanilla ice cream...or two.
If you have canned peaches instead of frozen, I think you'll want to drain off the juice before pouring the fruit into the baking pan. Enjoy!