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Peach and Pineapple Cobbler

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Peach and Pineapple Cobbler

Wes Fryer
always a family favorite dessert, at home or when we're camping
Course Dessert
Cuisine American

Equipment

  • Small pyrex baking dish
  • (if camping, use a Dutch Oven, of course!)
  • toothpicks (for testing cobbler breading to see if it's fully cooked)

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Put butter in pyrex baking dish, allow to melt in the oven while preheating.
  • Combine peach juice and pineapple juice with 1 cup of bisquick, add enough milk so the mixture is fluid but not runny (about the desired consistency for pancakes.)
  • Mix in brown sugar.
  • Remove pyrex with melted butter from the oven, pour in cobbler batter mixture.
  • Dump peaches into the dish, on top of the Bisquick mix.
  • Sprinkle with crushed pineapple and cinnamon and sugar.
  • Sprinkle with a little more brown sugar for good measure.
  • Bake 45 minutes at 350 degrees. (You may want to remove after 30 minutes and test with a toothpick. Remove when cobbler breading is fully cooked.)
  • Optional: Serve with a scoop of ice cream!
  • Allow to cool just a little bit before enjoying!

Video

Notes

If cooking in a Dutch oven, use 2 cans of peaches, Depending on the size of your crowd, you might double the bisquick mixture quantities too.’ Be sure to put more coals on TOP of the Dutch Oven when baking. Be careful not to burn the bottom with coals which are too hot.
You may substitute a cobbler mix instead of using Bisquick. Louisiana Fruit Cobbler Mix is good, I also like Calhoun Peach Cobbler Mix.
Peach cobbler is always my favorite, but you can use other fruit cans. Oregon Tart Cherries are great, I generally find canned blueberries are too sweet.
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