Thursday, March 25, 2010

Easypeasy Fruit Cobbler Recipe

1 extra large can of peaches or 2 regular size (Do not drain)
2 sticks of melted margarine or butter (This is not diet food folks!)
1 butter flavor dry cake mix ( Yellow and white will work also, but we prefer the butter flavor.)

Dump the peaches, juice and all into a 9 x 13-inch cake pan. Sprinkle the DRY cake mix over the top evenly. Pour melted margarine evenly over the dry mix. Using a butter knife or spoon, gently poke the cake mix throughout the peaches. Make sure the peaches are not showing on the top. Bake in 350 degree oven for 45 minutes. Check to see if it has lightly browned. If needed, bake 5 more minutes. The cobbler will settle as it cools. It is sooo yummy with vanilla bean ice cream. I also made this with crushed pineapple, adding 1/2 cup brown sugar and 3/4 cup water into the bottom. Both of these are on our Easter dinner menu. 
It is a rainy and more rainy here. The grass will be needing to be cut before Easter if this keeps up. Or maybe we should keep it tall for the little girls to have more fun hunting their eggies. Just hoping we can do it outside. Much more fun than hunting in the house, which we have done before. We are having our dinner on the Saturday before Easter. Will give us more time to play and me not be as tired. 
Hope your day is sweet and your hands are busy.

9 comments:

Milah said...

You won't believe this, I just spent the last hour looking for a "new" peach cobbler recipe! They are all very similar but I was looking for something with a little more substance....Thanks!

kjquilts said...

Yummy!

lani said...

loved the picture of the dog and cat pals i say...but this peachy delight yummy

Penny said...

Yum!

Conni said...

Glad this one made it in and out of the oven safely!! Looks YUMMM!!

Sandra said...

This looks really good. I usually use the cupa, cupa, cupa recipe but this will make a nice alternative for quilting bee group or church suppers.

❦TattingChic said...

Hello there Angela! What a yummy thing to eat! I just stopped by to say thanks for stopping by and entering my blogoversary giveaway and wishing me a Happy Easter! He has risen, it is true! It's a wonderful miracle and we are all blessed by it!
~TattingChic ♥

Laura-IH said...

Ooooh, that sounds good! You're making me hungry!

Laura-IH said...

Ooooh, that sounds good! You're making me hungry!