Peach Cobbler Recipe – My Grandmother’s peach cobbler recipe is a traditional Southern peach cobbler! This heirloom recipe makes the best peach cobbler that has always been a staple in my family for generations.
Summers always mean cobblers around our house. It’s hard to pick a favorite, but I think fresh peach cobbler probably gets the vote most often when I ask which cobbler my family would like for dessert.
Being from Georgia, we just can’t wait for fresh peaches to reach their peak so we can enjoy Grandmother’s peach cobbler recipe. Their heady scent completely envelopes you as you walk into the grocery store, the farmer’s market, or even up to the back of the farmer’s pickup truck alongside the road.
The peaches you find on the back of that farmer’s pickup truck are some of the best, ya know. They are usually full, soft, and just bursting with juice as you bite into them. Perfect for any number of peach dishes or just for eating right then and there on the side of the road.
I remember stopping by with my Grandmother as she’d buy baskets and baskets of peaches during the summer. Along with making peach preserves and any number of other peach dishes, she’d always make a fresh peach cobbler for supper. A lattice-topped sensation filled with rich and buttery peaches.
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