- Peach cobbler
So I had my first peach cobbler last week…. It was dry, tasted yeast and the peaches were tasteless. Knowing that, you can be sure that I ‘m not going to give you the restaurant name.
My friends all agreed that it was not a real peach cobbler while I couldn’t really say anything except that I didn’t like it as I’d never had any before so I couldn’t compare.
Frustrated as I can be when I end up dinner with a so so-so dessert, I thought that first, peaches desserved a better treatment and that I should give it a try and make my own cobbler.
It was sweet but not too much, with fresh white peaches, crunchy on the top and soft and warm at the bottom.
My friend who is a dessert fanatic told me that it was a very very good one.
And you know what, it took 10min !
- 1 big white peach
- 1 tbsp of sugar + 1 cup
- 113g/4 oz / 1/2 cup of butter
- 128g /1 cup / 4.5 oz of flour
- 1tsp of baking powder
- 1 pinch of salt
- 1 egg
- 1tsp of vanila extract
Preheat your oven at 350°F/180°C, wash the peach, slice it and spread the slices on the bottom of the baking tray on a single layer. Sprinkle with 1 tbsp of sugar.
In a bowl, combine the sugar and butter, add the flour and baking powder, mix. Then add the egg and vanilla.
Spread the batter carefully on the peaches (it must have the consistency of a cookie dough).
Put it in the oven for 30min, till the crust is golden brown.
To serve with crème fraiche, whipped cream or ice cream.