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Paula shows you how to make the best Peach Cobbler, a Georgia favorite! Added on November 04 2010 | 190 Comments
Hi Paula Im from Mazatlan,Mexico im on vacations here in tn.im watched your programs in my city, an every times when come to knoxville cook a corn bread I like it. God bless you and your family.
By GABRIELA on January 11, 2013
By Cherelle on December 01, 2012
WOW I CANT BELIEVE I FOUND YOU MS DEAN I LOVE YOUR SOUTHERN HOSPITALTY I MAKE SOME OF YOUR RESICPES BUT NOT AS GOOD AS YOURS IM MAKIN YOUR PEACH COBBLER FOR CHRISTMAS MY HUSBAND BLESS HIS SOUL COOKS NOT ME HES BETTER I ADMITT BUT WITH YOUR P COB I AM SURE TO DO GOOD I WATCH YOU ALOT HE LOVES TO COOK.. IM GETTING BETTER WITH YOUR HELP YOUR RESICPES ARE SO HOMADE AND EASY TO FOLLOW. LOVE AND HAPPINESS TO YOU, AND TASTEY HOLIDAYS TO YOU AND FAMILY. FROM THE PAYNE FAMILY ROCKFORD ILLNOIS
By JENNY PAYNE on November 30, 2012
Love the new video...it's like I'm in your kitchen cooking w/u. I watched the video a couple of time...and you give a Bake time, but no temp time. I'm really to bake this cobbler for Labor Day. I will let u know how it turns out. I've been trying to find a quick/simple cobbler recipe,I think I have found one..... Thanks for sharing.
By Gladys on August 31, 2012
I love all Paula recipes ,she is simple the best and might i add your candles make my house smell wonderful they are Great! I hope you make a peach cobbler scented one too.
By C.Rouzier on August 27, 2012
Paula I have made your Peach Cobbler receipe many times and my family and friends absolutely love it. It is easy to make and delicious with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. A true summer favorite especially with those sweet Georgia peaches. Thanks for sharing with us.
Love you bunches,
By Dotti Montsdeoca on August 15, 2012
Looks very good. Excited to try. What was the temperature of the oven for the peach cobbler?
By Janet Virata on August 14, 2012
My husband is a diabetic so this is my version of a sugar free peach cobbler. I use a 13x9 casserole dish which I spray with Pam , then I put 4 cans of no sugar added peaches and 1 box of pillsbury sugar free yellow cake mix . I stir all of this until it is well blended then I top it off with about 18 pats of butter and a few sprinkles of cinnamon on top of the cobbler.bake this at 350 for 35 to 40 minutes or until golden brown.we then top it off with Kroger Vividly vanilla sugar free ice cream and it is so yummy! I love your recipe but I try not to eat desserts in front of my hubby that I can't convert to sugar free.. love ya best dishes.
By Lisa Thomas on August 14, 2012
Pauladeen Have you ever fix a recipe for a Diabetic.
By Jo Ann Garretson on August 14, 2012
I have tried a lot of your dishes and this is a quick dish to if you have people over.
By Patricia Mallard on August 14, 2012
My kids groaned when I said, "This looks delicious. I think I'll try it."
They said it didn't appeal to them. They wanted something else..I made it anyway..The three of them raved about it!
By Lisa on July 11, 2012
it looks great can't wait to try this out.
By Anita Moriarty on July 09, 2012
OMG, this cobbler is sooo yummy. I saw the video for this and went immediately to get peaches. I did use buttermilk instead of milk and added cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla.
It was easy and quick. If you like the old fashioned hand-rolled flaky crust, you may be a little disappointed, but I wasn't. I had a bowl with vanilla ice cream. It was so good, I immedately took the remainder to my neighbors. If I hadn't, I would have eaten it all. I put this one in my recipe bank for future use.
By Darlene Hall on July 07, 2012
I do it almost the same way, but rather than pre-cooking the peaches, I just peel, slice & add about a half cup of sugar & then dump them right into the same butter, batter that you made & they turn out delish without the extra step. Same thing, but one less step & easier. Nothing beats homemade peach cobbler!
By Sharon on July 07, 2012
This is a no fail receipe. It's just fantastic... When you have those fresh Georgia peaches, "oh my". I call this my quickie desert ! Someone ask can you use can peaches. Yes, but only if you can't get fresh peaches. Use a large can. Love Paul Deen. Bye from Memphis.
By Martha Woods on July 07, 2012
I love baking peaches. I am going to make this. We have great peaches where I am located. Thanks Paula. Love your show. We tried to eat iin your restaurant when we were there and we could never get a reservations. We even stood in line early in the morning. Still could not get in. We will try again because we want to live in your area before long.
By Marilyn Dennis on July 07, 2012
Great recipe. Easy and delicious!! We love peach cobbler in Montana too!!!
By Susan Trimp on July 07, 2012
I have made this peach cobbler several times and I think it is wonderful, and also ate it at the Lady and Sons resturant last summer. Love Paula Deen.
By Brenda Sims on July 07, 2012
1. Can anyone tell me how many grams is one butter stick?
2. Has anyone tried it with other fruit (when it's not peaches season)?
would you recommend?
By Varda on July 07, 2012
I love, love, love all of your cooking. If you ever come to Lexington, KY...i would love to meet you! Thanks so much for being such a wonderful cook & host!
By Bett Pilcher on July 07, 2012
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