First, I want to thank all of you who are coming by and participating in Thrifty Treasures every Monday. It's really gotten huge and I think we've even converted a few girls along the way to shopping this way. Ya'll make it so much fun to do this, so thank you from the bottom of my heart. It does make Monday more fun, don't you think? Now, if I could just get through the links in one day, I'd be able to see what all of you have found (didn't make it through them this week yet). I think I'll start at the end of the links next week and work my way backward.
We love some peaches around our house and since we live near peach territory, Chilton County, AL, that’s the fruit we stock up on this time of year. Nothing better than fresh peach cobbler either! This is one easy dessert, so I hope you’ll try it too.
Easy Peach Cobbler
6 large peaches and about a cup of blueberries (optional). Peel and slice peaches
1 Pillsbury pie crust in a pie baking dish, thawed (use the individual pie crust & put in your own pie dish for best results)
4-6 slices of white bread (I used wheat & it was just fine) with crust trimmed off & cut into 1” strips
1 stick of melted butter
1 cup sugar
2 TBL regular flour
Put pie crust in pie pan when thawed and arrange.
Place sliced fruit in next
Melt butter in bowl, add egg, sugar, and flour. Mix until blended (by hand).
Place strips of bread over top of fruit (like lattice) and pour butter mixture over the top.
Bake in 350* oven for about 35 mins. until golden brown.
Enjoy with vanilla ice cream.
I got this recipe from a friend and couldn’t believe it was bread over the top. She used white, but we don’t buy white at our house, so wheat it is. And it tasted just as good to me.
After pouring the butter mixture over all.
It bakes up nice and golden brown with a little crunch to the crust.
With vanilla ice cream, they will be screaming for seconds! I think you’ll love this one. I'm participating in a bloghop today, so check out the other recipes.
Also, added to Jen's Tasty Tuesday.