Today, while at the grocer with my daughter (I only went along for the ride) but... I couldn't help it, the IFFY produce buggy had a couple of good finds. There was this batch of Peaches marked $1.99 it was about 3 lbs.
I decided today would be the day to try a recent recipe that I pinned on Pinterest.
I got the original recipe from Keeping it Cozy --she did a fine job with the recipe.Be sure and click on over there and get that recipe. I actually followed this one-- she used other fruit besides peaches; and suggest you use what you have on hand or in season. I had blackberries in the freezer for a recipe such as this...but I'll wait and make it later on; besides, how much cobbler can two people eat?
I love cooking all my casseroles and cobblers in my big cast iron skillet. Do you like using cast iron? I warmed this up with a little butter and then added the peaches and sprinkled some flour...(tip: stir slightly after sprinking)
It turned out to be quite delicious.
I didn't have cream but I did have some butter pecan ice cream so just a dollop on top was all that was needed make this a delightful little dessert.
Here is a special Tip:
As I was getting all the ingredients together, I noticed I was out of Brown Sugar-- here's what I did.
First, I googled What to substitute for brown sugar... I found several recipes for MAKING YOUR OWN.
So here it is... Pretty simple.
2 1/2 cup white sugar
2 TBLsp of Molasses
Stir together until mixed well. They also suggested using a Food processor; which I don't have. I have the equivalent of a Braun hand blender...it worked just fine. This recipe is for light brown sugar. For darker sugar; add less white sugar.