Perfect Peach Cobbler

Happy Tuesday everyone!!
In honor of my summer coming to a close, I want to share with your one of my 
favorite summer recipes!
Peach Cobbler…
For some reason, I’ve always assumed cobbler of any kind would be hard to make. 
There is the fruity filling, the sweet syrupy goodness, the golden crust, the inside bready-ness. How do you get all of these consistencies in one dish?
Well come to find out…it’s not that difficult. 
BUT before you scroll down…remember this is NOT part of a diet plan, so pretend you are preparing it for a summer grill out you are having with friends, but then gobble most of it down yourself because it’s 
THAT good. 
Especially with a little homemade vanilla ice cream 
(and by homemade I mean at Blue Bell’s home). 
Here is the recipe.
Peach Cobbler
1 stick butter, melted
1 cup sugar
1 cup self-rising flour
1 cup milk
4 peaches (fresh is best)
Whisk together sugar, flour and milk. Stir in the melted butter and pour into a greased dish. Sprinkle the peaches on top & let them sink in. Top with extra sugar if you wish. And you should wish. Bake at 350 for 40-50 minutes. {or 75 min. if you accidently turn your oven off in the middle…whoops!}
and don’t forget the ice cream!



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