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Oven Baked Peach Cobbler

June 27th, 2016 12:30:00 pm

Baking is so much easier when you don't have to grease and flour your pan. Our nonstick titanium is a convenient and flexible kitchen tool because you can go from sauteing to baking to frying, in the same pan. This recipe for peach cobbler is very simple, and a quick way to use your fresh peaches. Oven baked peach cobbler on the table in an hour... pop it in the oven ad forget about it until dinner is served.

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Ingredients:

  • 1/2 stick butter, melted
  • 1 1/4 cups turbinado or organic sugar
  • 1 cup self-rising flour (or add baking powder and salt to regular flour)
  • 1 cup whole milk
  • 3 cups fresh peaches

 

 

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Choose a Titanium Pan for baking, approximately 3 quarts in size. Whisk 1 cup sugar with flour and milk. Melt butter in your titanium universal pot sold here. Add the melted butter to the flour mixture. Rinse and prepare your fresh peaches. These are from our tree, in abundance. Pat them dry.

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Pour your batter directly into your Titanium Skillet. You do not need to grease or flour the pan! Sprinkle the Peaches over the top of the batter. Sprinkle 1/4 cup sugar over the peaches.  Pop the pan into the oven for about an hour, until golden brown and bubbly.

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Sprinkle with some more sugar for another minute of baking. Pull it out and let it cool. Notice it is not stuck to the pan, so the clean up will be really simple as well.

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We hope you enjoy fresh oven baked peach cobbler while the peaches are in season! Don't forget to serve it with Vanilla ice cream or fresh made whipped topping.

 

 

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