You simply have to try this delicious dessert! The Caramel Peach Cobbler unites fresh fruit with a crispy-buttery dough topping: delicious!
If you haven't tried cobbler yet, you need to change that as soon as possible!
This fruit cobbler is perfect for a cosy summer tea party with friends and family - but it just tastes amazing all year round! My peach cobbler is super easy to prepare. And wonderfully variable.
Taste and Occasion
A cobbler is something like a distant relative of a crumble, for which, yes, you bake pieces of fruit with sprinkles. The name "cobbler" derives from the word "to cobble something together".
Admittedly: If you look at it soberly, "cobble something together" in combination with "use leftovers" probably doesn't promise much pleasure at first. But the opposite is the case: the traditional American dessert really tastes heavenly. We like to eat the fruit casserole as a dessert. Lukewarm, accompanied by a scoop of ice cream!
This delicious German butter cake with almonds is a popular sheet cake classic without much effort. The cream icing makes it exceptionally moist.
There are probably endless variations of the dessert. And basically, such a fruitcake cobbler is delicious with a wide variety of doughs. Starting with an airy sponge topping to a buttery crumble topping.
For my peach cobbler recipe, I chose a simple stir-fry dough made with absolutely standard ingredients. I topped it off with coconut flakes and a little liquid cream instead of milk.
How to make the Peach Cobbler
Actually, the Peach Cobbler recipe consists of only two steps: prepare the dough & layer it with the fruits in the mold. This recipe for Peach Cobbler works with canned peaches or fresh fruit.
Crispy crumbles and a fluffy yeast dough with a thin layer of cream in between: The perfect, easy crumb cake from the baking sheet!
The whole thing becomes a special treat if you also lightly caramelize the bottom of the peach cobbler. To do this, simply spread the mold with butter and sprinkle a little cinnamon sugar.
The Peach Crumble recipe is easy to prepare; however, the cobbler is best fresh, still warm from the oven. You can serve it with ice cream, whipped cream or custard.
Or spice it up with a second type of fruit. So what are you waiting for? In 40 minutes, the peach cobbler could be on your table 😉
The Beat Peach Cobbler with Caramel
- 1 square baking pan (8*8 inches/20*20 cm)
For the dough
- 130 grams (1 cups) wheat flour
- 30 grams (0.3 cups) coconut flakes
- 70 grams (0.3 cups) sugar
- 80 grams (0.3 cups) butter , soft
- 80 grams (0.3 cups) cream
- 2 teaspoons baking powder
- 350 grams (2.3 cups) peaches, canned or fresh
- 20 grams (0.1 cups) butter , liquid
- 20 grams (0.1 cups) brown sugar
- ½ teaspoon (0.5 teaspoon) cinnamon
- Preheat the oven to 350°F/175°C. Cut the peaches into wedges (peel the fresh ones first). Mix brown sugar and cinnamon to caramelize. Grease a small ovenproof dish (about 8*8 inches/20*20 cm) with the melted butter and sprinkle with 1 teaspoon of cinnamon sugar.
- Knead all the ingredients for the dough into a relatively soft mixture. Spread the fruit in the pan, lightly tug the dough into pieces with your fingers and spread over the fruit. Sprinkle remaining cinnamon sugar on top. Bake cobbler for about 35 minutes.
I just love the combination of delicious, sweet fruit and a crispy-buttery dough! If you share this love you should definitely try my recipe for a easy and quick summer fruit cake.
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