Thursday, April 28, 2011

Apple and Peach cobbler

I received these two cans of peaches as a compliment when we were in the mall the other day. At first I was really not sure what to do with them. I had thought o f giving them away to a friend when S suggested that I should bake something with it. At first I thought of baking an eggless cake with the peaches but then I found this recipe in The book called Delectable desserts of the world. This recipe had some simple ingredients and looked enticing. So I decided to give this a shot. I am glad I did because this dessert, apart from being extremely simple to put together, is very decadent and delicious. The flavours of the peaches and apples  along with the biscuit crust compliment each other very well.

This dessert is made up of thick bubbly layer of juicy sweet fruit covered by a crust. The dough for the crust can either be dropped by spoonfuls or it can be rolled and cut into biscuits. Either way, you end up with beautiful golden brown biscuits that are crisp on the outside, soft and flaky on the inside.
I have taken the shots in a hurry so I did not have the time set up the props. So please excuse the photographs

Apple and Peach cobbler recipe:
Preparation time: 20min
Baking time 25mins
Serves- 4

Canned peaches- 2, 8oz can
Apples-2, peeled, cored and chopped into bite sized pieces
Sugar- 3tbsp
Cinnamon powder- 1/4tsp
Plain flour- 2tbsp
Juice of 1/4 lime
For the topping:
Plain flour- 1 cup
Baking powder- 1tsp
Salt- 1/4tsp
Vanilla- 1/2tsp
Butter- 4tbsp
Cream- 3tbsp
Condensed milk- 3tbsp
Vanilla ice cream to serve


For the fruit stuffing:

  • Drain the syrup from one can and set aside. Discard the syrup from the other.
  • In a sauce panMix the chopped apples,  canned peaches, sugar, lime juice and the reserved syrup.
  • Mix the cinnamon powder and the flour into the fruit mixture, toss and set it aside.
For the topping:
  • Combine all the dry ingredients and the butter and pulse in a blender for 6-7 times
  • Add the condensed milk, vanilla and the cream and pulse again for 5-6 times
To assemble the cobbler
  • Scoop out a tbsp of the topping mixture and plop them on the fruit mixture. The dough should be patchy and should not cover the entire surface
  • Bake in a preheated oven at 220C for 20 to 25 mins till the syrup bubbles on top and the topping is browned.
  • Serve warm or cold with Vanilla Ice cream. 
This cobbler is my contribution Nancy's Your best recipe Event


  1. Sounds and looks interesting...tempting as well

  2. Looks so tempting and yum... Would be a nice combo...

  3. Oh My God! I need to have a giant piece of that delightful gorgeous cobbler with 2 big scoops of vanilla ice cream. I'm going to be craving this all day:)

    US Masala

  4. Very tempting and wonderful cobbler. Looks heavenly.

    Hamaree Rasoi

  5. Cobbler looks fab! Tempting pics!!

  6. Havent prepared gobbler since a long, am drooling over that first click,yummm!

  7. OMG!!! What a fabulous & tempting cobbler!!!! Would love to have some now!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

  8. my mouth is absolutely watering..I feel like grabbing from the gorgeous clicks...hats off dear..:)
    Tasty Appetite

  9. That is a lip-smacking post - clicked on the link the moment I saw it on FB! I have yet to try to make one of those -- good one to remember

  10. What a lovely recipe and wonderful photography!

    This would be divine with a scoop (or two) of vanilla ice cream! Thanks for sharing!!

  11. Love how juice and moist it looks! i never made cobbler before .. have to try sometime :)

  12. I have lots of apples and I was just looking for a recipe in fact. I found you at my friend tastyrecipes. I lived in New Delhi for 5 years and I just love Indian food. I-m following you from Trapani, Sicily.

  13. Lovely bake, Nishi! Have never baked such delicacy with fruit. Lovely.

  14. Great cobbler, looks yummy and tempying.

  15. Incredible, lovely preparation...just love it:)

  16. Thanks for participating in April's YBR :) Your cobbler is making my mouth water.

  17. Your cobbler recipe looks wonderful


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