Oatmeal Peach Cobbler, YUM!

Fresh, hand delivered, California peaches have been sitting in my fridge for the last couple of weeks. I tried to eat two a day but it’s too much so I decided to put my baking skills to the test and whip up a peach/nectarine cobbler.

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Usually, I buy all sorts of healthy alternatives for baking sweets but this time, I decided to reward myself and everyone else who is willing to partake.

     I started off by peeling about 8-10 peaches and nectarines (I left some of the brown ripe stuff for extra sweetness)

 

 I started off by peeling about 8-10 peaches and nectarines (I left some of the brown ripe stuff for extra sweetness)

       I used regular butter on the oven pan so that they wouldn’t stick and tried my best to mix and  spread the spears evenly.

 

   I used regular butter on the oven pan so that they wouldn’t stick and tried my best to mix and  spread the spears evenly.

While that sits, don’t forget to preheat the oven to 350 degrees, combine all your ingredients in a medium size bowl and whip the mixture until it’s smooth and fluffy. (I don’t have a mixer so I used a big spoon & whisk)

     Ingredients:  1 cup of granulated suga   1 cup of regular brown sugar   1/2 cup of butter  2 teaspoons of vanilla extract  1 large egg  1 cup of all-purpose flour  1 cup of old fashioned oats   1 teaspoon of baking powder (Last minute I realized I didn’t have any, I used 1 teaspoon of baking soda and a teaspoon of vinegar)  2 tablespoons of lemon

 

 Ingredients:

1 cup of granulated suga

1 cup of regular brown sugar

1/2 cup of butter

2 teaspoons of vanilla extract

1 large egg

1 cup of all-purpose flour

1 cup of old fashioned oats 

1 teaspoon of baking powder (Last minute I realized I didn’t have any, I used 1 teaspoon of baking soda and a teaspoon of vinegar)

2 tablespoons of lemon

    I personally added cinnamon and honey before but you don’t have too. I just wanted more flavor before putting spoonfuls over the peaches. 

 

I personally added cinnamon and honey before but you don’t have too. I just wanted more flavor before putting spoonfuls over the peaches. 

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Pop the cobbler in the oven for about 35 mins and …. VOILA!

 After the 35mins I wanted more oats so I added some on top plus bread crumbs just to give it a more crunchy texture.  

After the 35mins I wanted more oats so I added some on top plus bread crumbs just to give it a more crunchy texture.