Cheaters Peach Cobbler

This is another recipe that we put into the “Cheaters” category.  We use a box ingredient to make this as easy as possible.  If you have never cooked a cobbler before – this is a great recipe to start with.

 

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Ingredients
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Time: 30 minutes
  • Yellow Cake Mix : 1 Box
  • Butter : 1 Stick
  • Peaches : 2 Can
Directions
  1. Line the bottom of the dutch oven with the peaches including all of the peach juice if taken from a jar or a can. If using fresh peaches, remove the peaches skin and include a half cup of water.
  2. Sprinkle the cake mix on top of the peaches covering the entire dutch oven evenly. Be sure to use a Yellow cake mix and not any others.
  3. Cut the stick of butter into small slices and place around the top of the cake mix. Try to get a lot of slices and place them evenly across the mixture.
  4. Cook with approx 8 coals on the bottom and 15 coals on the top for approx 30 mins.  Turn the dutch oven every 10 mins or so. Aim for a golden brown top.  Adjust time and heat for altitude as appropriate. We have found we like this cobbler a touch over cooked then a touch under cooked.

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