Thursday, May 11, 2017

Try It Thursday: Peach and Cherry Cobbler


Hi! Thanks for joining me for today's Try It Thursday! Make sure you grab my graphic and link-up below to share your favorite recipe of the week. Today, I'm sharing my take on one of the first recipes I ever pinned on Pinterest! 

Robert has always loved cobbler, so when I found THIS recipe from Tide and Thyme, I knew I had to try it. The only problem was that the recipe called for fresh peaches to make your own pie filling, and I just wasn't loving that idea. I also knew that Robert loved cherries, so I headed to the grocery store's baking aisle and picked up cans of cherry and peach pie filling. 

Not only is this an easy recipe, it is a crowd-pleaser. You can satisfy your cherry people, your peach people, AND your people who like them both! Scroll down for the ingredients and recipe!






Ingredients:
* 1/2 cup of unsalted butter
* 1 cup of flour
* 1 cup of sugar
* 1 Tablespoon of baking powder
* Pinch of salt
* 1 cup of milk
* Lemon juice
* Cinnamon
* 21 oz. can of peach pie filling
* 21 oz. can of cherry pie filling

Directions: 
* Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. 
* Melt the butter and pour into a 13" x 9" baking dish.
* In a bowl, mix together the flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, and milk. Throw in a squeeze or two of lemon juice. I like to sprinkle cinnamon into the mix at this time as well.
* Pour the mixture into the baking dish, on top of the butter. Do NOT stir!
* Put your pie fillings into the dish. Again, do NOT stir!
* Sprinkle more cinnamon on top if desired.
* Bake uncovered for 40 - 45 minutes.
* Serve with vanilla ice cream, and enjoy! 

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12 comments:

  1. Looks delicious and I would love the peach and cherries together, I have made a similar one with blueberries and peaches. Bring on the summer fruits, lol!!

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    1. Thanks for linking up! I wish I liked fruity desserts, although I did just make a lemon and raspberry ice cream cake for school. It was yummy!

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  2. YUMMMM...I assumed you'd mixed the two together rather than side by side...smart girl! Looks delish!

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    1. I like to make them side by side for people who prefer one over the other, but I think I have a few people who go for a center piece to get them both! Thanks for linking up!

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  3. How clever is this! It's two desserts in one! And it looks yummy. I say extra cinnamon, too. You can never have enough cinnamon. It's one of my favorite things ever.

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    1. Yes, ma'am! Cinnamon makes the world a better place!

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  4. Oh my Lord does this look insane- I am thinking this may be the perfect dessert for Memorial Day!

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    1. Oh yes it would! Throw some vanilla ice cream on there and you're set! By the way- what ice cream is popular in Massachusetts? Blue Bell is the Texan go-to!

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  5. Like Lisa, I thought you would be mixing them together. I'm a peach girl, so I would definitely be going for that side of the pan! With ice cream, of course!

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    1. Robert likes to mix his up sometimes, but I definitely have some pickier folks in my house. Do you all have Blue Bell in LA?

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  6. Perfect for Memorial Day or the 4th! I always want to make desserts like this but then gravitate to chocolate. It's my addiction.

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    1. I agree- this isn't a dessert that I would eat, but it's usually an easy crowd-pleaser and would be simple but tasty for a BBQ!

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