If you are lucky enough to have a peach tree in your backyard, or a neighbor who does, right about now you may be wondering what to do with some of those extra peaches. Of course you’ve thought of cobbler, who wouldn’t?
Easy Peach Cobbler
(this recipe is almost TOO easy…feel free to use fresh peaches instead of mushy canned ones!)
1 can peaches (really….use *fresh. So much better)
1 (18.25 ounce) box white cake mix
3/4 to 1 cup butter or margarine, melted
Place butter and dry cake mix in a large bowl and toss it until it’s moist and almost mixed. It’s okay to leave some of the dry lumps in the cake mix as they will get moistened from the peach syrup.
Pour the peaches, with their juices, into a glass baking dish. Top with the batter. Sprinkle this with cinnamon if desired. Bake at about 375 degrees F until golden brown and bubbly.
*If you use fresh peaches, chop/slice/dice/smash them (seriously, mash some. You’ll want the yummy juicy-ness. Sprinkle with some sugar and add more butter <–never a bad thing.