I've made this twice with whole wheat flour and substituted the sugar with Splenda. It's one of my husband's favorites. Add a scoop of frozen vanilla yogurt and you have a fairly low calorie dessert. It is a little time consuming peeling the peaches, but other than that it goes together pretty easy.
Honey Peach and Blackberry Cobbler
nansmi Posted: 09/06/10
Kaironi06 Posted: 08/22/10
The only thing I would change would be to add less lemon juice, maybe only one Tbs. I am usually not a fan of biscuit-style, cobblers, but this one was fantastic. Substituted dried orange peel for lemon rind.The turbinado sugar was worth the splurge.
MommyG Posted: 09/05/09
My family loved this cobbler. Very nice presentation. A little time consuming to make, but well worth it. Will def make again.
MeMe924 Posted: 04/16/10
At last!!!!! A good, easy cobbler that is WONDERFUL to the taste. Great!!!!!!!
dbspeanut Posted: 09/10/11
TO PEEL PEACHES EASILY AND QUICKLY, DROP INTO A LARGE POT OF BOILING WATER FOR A FEW SECONDS UNTIL SKIN LOOSENS. PULL OFF WITH KNIFE EDGE.
muffinlady Posted: 09/11/11
Can't wait to make this. Wanted to share an easy and quick step to peeling soft fruit. It looks like a veggie peeler but is made to peel soft fruit(peaches, tomatoes etc.) It is by Zyliss and under ten dollars. I got mine at Giant Eagle in Columbus, Ohio but I am sure you can get it on line. Skips the step of hot water or microwave.
Bianca09 Posted: 09/18/12
This came out almost like a shortcake with fruit baked in which isn't necessarily bad I just wasn't expecting that. I have a go-to cobbler recipe and this one is just different. I substituted strawberries for the blackberries and used wheat flour which made the 'biscuit' that much denser. I liked the flavor of the honey with the fruit but could've used just a touch more sweetness and more juice. I will play with this recipe and see how it goes but definitely a must try!
smyers04 Posted: 09/17/12
My family loved the cobbler! A great way to get the kids to eat more fruit! Loved it!!!
8211queen Posted: 09/18/13
I hate to rate because I have not made. But doesn't give me a choice! Has anyone tried making this recipe with frozen peaches?
grdnfan2 Posted: 08/24/13
This is an excellent, easy and flavorful recipe. When making just for us I half the recipe and bake in an 8x8 pan. The dough is virtually fool proof and the fruit filling is sweet enough but allows the flavor of the fruit to come through.