Peach Cobbler

When L was younger, her sister used to make this amazing berry cobbler for almost every family gathering. So, with a craving for some cobbler, we decided to make our own version but change up the fruit. We combined our love for peaches and our love for sweet, sweet goodness to create this delectable peach cobbler. Perfect for potlucks, family gatherings, or any holiday party. This cobbler will have people running up to you begging for the recipe.

For the filling:

6 cups peaches (about 9 small peaches), peeled & diced in varying bite-sizes
2/3 cup granulated cane sugar
¼ cup brown sugar
¾ tsp ground cinnamon
1 tbsp all-purpose flour

For the dough:

1 ½ cups all-purpose flour
2 tsp baking powder
2 tbsp brown sugar
½ tsp salt
6 tbsp nondairy butter, room temp
½ cup nondairy milk

(Makes 10-12 servings)

Preheat oven to 375°.

In a medium-size pot over medium heat, add the peaches, 2/3 cup cane sugar, ¼ cup brown sugar, 1 tbsp flour, and cinnamon. Stir and bring to a boil. After 5 minutes of boiling, smoosh about half of the peaches with the back of a fork and turn down to low heat.


In a food processor or high-speed blender, combine the 1 ½ cups flour, baking powder, 2 tbsp brown sugar, and salt. Blend in the butter 1-2 tablespoons at a time with short spurts until the mixture becomes crumbly. Slowly pour in the milk with the machine running until the dough holds together.

Pour the fruit filling into a 10-inch square baking pan. Drop the dough by the spoonfuls overtop the filling. Bake on center rack for 35-40 minutes. When finished, the dough should look slightly hardened and the filling should be bubbling.

Serve immediately by itself or with vanilla nondairy ice cream. Enjoy!

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