I canned 28 pints of peaches today. Miss Em was quite concerned through the whole process that I wouldn't save her enough for her to make her "famous, mouth-watering, hot diggity peach cobbler" (do you ever wonder where your kids come up with this stuff?).
So we made peach cobbler. She gave me the general ingredients of what she wanted in there, I added the extras. I would have taken a picture but by the time I got into the kitchen, it was gone. Whatever didn't get eaten by us and our guests had been scooped up to take home for lunches tomorrow. The Farmer had even scooped up a little container for his own lunch tomorrow and put in on the shelf where I always put his lunch.
So in lieu of a picture, just imagine a warm, goey, peach cobbler steaming fresh out of the oven with trails of real whipping cream melting over the brown sugar crumbly top.
Admit it, your mouth is watering right? :) Thought so!!
Miss Em's Famous, Mouth-Watering, Hot-Diggity Peach Cobbler
5 cups fresh sliced peaches (but save the pit so you can grow a gazillion peaches next summer)
1/4 cup splenda brown sugar
1/4 cup splenda sugar
1/8 cup whole wheat flour
Shake some cinnamonony jamma mama (makes perfect sense right?)
Couple little pinches of sea salt
A little tipsy of lemon juice (1 tbsp)
Make a slurry with 1 tbsp. flour and 1 tbsp. water
Butter the butter of a casserole pan. Mix together all ingredients and put into pan. "And you gotta beat it with a spoon so it cooks up just right."
Crumbly Topping (Mix all ingredients together)
3/4 cup splenda brown sugar
1/3 cup splenda sugar
3/4 cup whole wheat flour
3/4 cup rolled oats
Shake some more of that cinnamonony jamma mama for some flavor! (there's moves and everything involved in this recipe)
1 stick melted butter
Some more of that healthy sea salt
Spread half of mixture onto top and bake 350 degrees for 30 minutes in a covered dish. Spread the rest of mixture and bake for 35 minutes in an uncovered dish.
Allow to cool and cover with some yummy whipped cream or ice cream. Sit back and enjoy and wish you'd remember to videotape your children! :)