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Slow Cooker Peach Cobbler

 
Need a simple and delicious dessert that will give you comfort on cold nights?

Yes! 
Do you have a slow cooker on hand?

Yes!

If you replied "yes" to these inquests as well? Then a classic slow cooker peach cobbler is certainly what you desire. This recipe incorporates simple ingredients, minimal prep work as well as a recipe that is flexible. 

Overall,this cobbler on its own is a delectable layered dessert with fresh, juicy, caramelized peaches along with a fluffy, sweet golden brown cake topping.The slow cooker will do all the work for you and the dessert will impress the ones you share it with.


 Lastly,if your not much of a peach lover then try this cobbler with a substitution of any sort of berry. Also, if fresh fruit is not in season,try frozen or canned as a secondary choice.The options are endless with this dessert.

So try it yourself! You won't be disappointed!


Slow Cooker Peach Cobbler 
Slow Cooker Desserts by Jonnie Downing
6 quart slow cooker or larger
Cooking Time:7 hours
Recommend: Cook ahead of time
Used an 8 quart oval slow cooker:Time range:6-7 hours


1 cup all purpose flour
1 1/4 cup granulated sugar,divided
1/2 cup unsalted butter,softened
1 tsp baking powder
1/8 tsp salt
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 cup 25 milk
2 pounds fresh peaches,peeled and sliced (about 2 cups)  
(Not in season? Use frozen peaches (thawed) or canned with water,drained.
1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
1/2 cup hot water


1. In a large bowl,mix together the flour,1 cup sugar,butter,baking powder,salt,vanilla and milk.Mix, until a smooth batter.


2. Spray the inside of the slow cooker with cooking spray.Spread the peaches over the bottom and sprinkle with cinnamon.


3. Cover the peaches with the batter.Cover and cook on high for 1 hour. 


4. After 1 hour,using a small bowl,mix together the 1/4 cup granulated sugar and the hot water,pour over cobbler.Cover once again and cook on low for another 6 hours.Periodically check to prevent any sugar burning when using an 8 quart.The top edge can burn. If that does happen, it can easily be removed.

 See, the top edge burned.Always be watchful! This was 6 hours, probably 5 hours is best with an 8 quart 


It can be salvaged, remove burnt side and it will still be good to serve.



                         Serve,in 4 inch ramekins and looks good as new

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