Lazy Peach cobbler. Tamara Lee Back to Recipe Review this recipe. Stir together sugar and peaches; spoon over batter. In a bowl, mix together the flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, and milk and pour over butter.
Lazy Peach Cobbler Lodge Cast Iron This famously sweet dutch oven peach cobbler is so simple, we had to name it lazy. From what we've heard, there isn't a boy scout out there who hasn't baked a lazy cobbler over the fire in a cast iron dutch oven. You can cook Lazy Peach cobbler using 8 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Lazy Peach cobbler
- It’s 1 box of butter cake mix.
- You need 1/2 lb of real butter.
- You need 4 can of sliced peaches.
- It’s 1 1/2 cup of brown sugar.
- Prepare 1/2 cup of white sugar.
- You need 2 tbsp of vanilla extract.
- Prepare 1 of nutmeg.
- It’s 1 of cinnaminn.
This easy dessert is perfect for finishing off any camp meal. Mix sugar, flour, milk in bowl and pour into melted butter. Into center of mix, pour can of fruit with syrup. Combine all ingreadiance in mixing bowl (remember: only the juice from the peaches.) Poor batter into pan over melted butter.
Lazy Peach cobbler step by step
- preheat oven to 350.
- open cake mix and sprinkle thin layer at bottom of pan.
- open cans of peaches and pour into pot turn pot on med.
- add brown sugar, white sugar, vanilla, nutmeg and cinnamon (to taste) to peaches let simmer for 5 mins.
- spoon peaches inside of pan adding as much or less slurry as you want.
- evenly pour the rest of cake mix on top of peaches.
- melt butter in sauce pan and pour melted butter on top of cake mix.
- take a spoon and gently blend butter with dry cake mix.
- place in oven and bake until golden brown..
Drop peaches throughout the batter Sprinkle sugar and cinnamon on top. Mix together flour, sugar, baking powder and salt. I know some cobbler recipes call for a pie crust on top, but technically, fruit topped with irregular pastry is called a pandowdy. Think top crust only pie, but a little more "shabby-chic". Sometimes the batter in a cobbler is dolloped into the pan by large spoonfuls, giving at an appearance more like cobblestones.