October 25, 2011
TWD- Peach Cobbler
The recipe is called the "Upside Down Plum Cake" and after I baked it, I realized it tasted exactly like a perfect homemade peach cobbler. Before I became a crazy baker, I used to dump fruit in a baking dish, top it with a yellow cake mix, and dot the top with butter. The end result was delicious and our typical peach cobbler. This recipe is a little different. You melt the butter in the pan (while the oven is preheating, genius!), pour in the batter, and top it with the fruit. The fruit ends up on the bottom and the tender cake on top. It's simple and delicious, totally flexible and a keeper. I know peaches are about done but I'm going to try this again with apples and berries and whatever else I can get my hands on (and I think you should too!) You can see the recipe here at Becky's blog as well as the rest of the TWD crew here. Please forgive my quick pictures but the entire family was dying to eat this.
Do you have any favorite fall desserts? This one is bound to become a tradition for us!
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I can perfectly understand what it feels like when you find out that you miss the main ingredients of a recipe - and you have no intention to go to the store to buy new ones... Glad you thought about this other fall recipe!ReplyDelete
I baked my cake with apples. I was not about to go search for figs! Your peach cobbler is beautiful!ReplyDelete
I made the Plum cake twice because it was so good--and easy! First time I ever cooked with plums.ReplyDelete
It looks great with peaches, apples, berries. One great dorie recipe!
YOu've done a great job - and peach cobbler sounds SO delicious. Glad you are enjoying cooler weather :)ReplyDelete
I loved this too :)ReplyDelete