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Texas Peach Cobbler

Updated June 14, 2018
Texas Peach Cobbler
Texas Peach Cobbler
This image courtesy of dessertfortwo.com

Yee-haw! Texas Peach Cobbler is a fruit cobbler recipe that is just bursting with sweet flavor. Unlike other peach dessert recipes, this one calls for almost a pound of fresh peaches. They're flavored with some cinnamon and vanilla, and then surrounded by a sweet, buttery batter. Just assemble the cobbler and slide it into your oven for about 40 minutes. After one bite, you'll reckon that it's one of the best cobblers that you've ever tried.

Cooking Time40 min

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What could I use in place of the half and half in your recipe? I very seldom have it on hand. I do have cream cheese, but I am not sure that would work right in this dish. I could use sour cream, but would that overpower the peaches? I love that you chose to use fresh peaches.

I'm not usually a fan of peach cobbler, but this recipe looks so tempting I think I'll try it.

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