Peaches

Chef Eric’s Peach (or any fruit you like!) Cobbler

Fruit cobbler! Goes well at the end of any meal, especially in the summer!

 

What You’ll Need

12      Peaches, peeled and cut into 4 – 6 wedges

2       Vanilla Beans, split in half

1 ½ Cups     All Purpose Flour

½ Cup         Sugar

½ teaspoon  Baking Powder

½ teaspoon  Salt

¾ Cup        Butter, small diced and cold

2/3 Cup      Heavy Cream

 

What You’ll Do

–       The day before you serve this, combine the peaches and vanilla beans.

–       Fold together, cover, and refrigerate.

–       Scrape the beans from the vanilla bean pod and mix.

–       Put the mix in your baking dish of choice.

–       Place the flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt in a mixing bowl.

–       Mix with a paddle attachment.

–       Mix in the heavy cream.

–       Mix in butter just until the dough combines. There should be chunks of butter still visible.

–       Remove and refrigerate until needed.

–       Spoon the topping on.

–       Bake at 350 degrees until bubbling and golden brown.

 

This is great with ice cream!

Mix and match fruit! Make with nectarines or add blueberries and blackberries.

Enjoy!

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