[donotprint] I’m so excited about this post. I know it’s probably hard to believe, but I’ve never actually made a true cobbler. So, to hear this month’s Kitchen Bootcamp Challenge was crisps, cobblers, and fruit desserts, I knew exactly what I wanted to make. I just didn’t know what type of fruit I was going to use.
I had hoped to try a blackberry cobbler using my homegrown blackberries, until the first heat wave hit. Then, they went kaput. They shriveled up in a matter of days and I knew I would have to change my plans. So, after a trip to the market and some absolutely delicious, juicy peaches fell into my hands, I decided to try a peach cobbler.
I’m really pleased with how this recipe turned out. I did some searching online to get some inspiration and decided on this recipe from foodnetwork.com. The original recipe included bourbon, but I left that out and made a few other changes and was really happy with the results.
The cobbler topping was crisp on the outside and soft and tender on the inside and was perfect with the spiced peaches. I’m submitting this recipe for the July Kitchen Bootcamp Challenge and I hope you’ll go check out all the fun recipes that I know will be there. The roundup will post on July 31, so be sure to stop by and check them out![/donotprint]