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Bisquick Peach Cobbler

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Bisquick Peach Cobbler Recipe
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1 cup Original Bisquick baking mix
1 cup milk
1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1/2 cup butter or margarine, melted
1 cup sugar
1 can (29 ounce size) sliced peaches, drained


Heat oven to 375 degrees F.

Stir together Bisquick, milk and nutmeg in ungreased square baking dish, 8x8x2 inches. Stir in butter until blended. Stir together sugar and peaches; spoon over batter. Bake 50 to 60 minutes or until golden.

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472 calories, 20 grams fat, 75 grams carbohydrates, 3 grams protein per serving.
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Maybe it would have been better with Original Bisquick rather than the Heart Smart formula, but I was very disappointed. The recipe calls for the "batter" to be in the bottom of the pan with the peaches on the top. Mixing 1 cup Bisquick with 1 cup milk and 1/2 cup butter results in a very thin mixture. I wouldn't call it a batter. When I baked the cobbler, some of the mixture did rise to the top and baked adequately to become a decent biscuit-like topping. However, the mixture that combined with the juice from the peaches stayed in the bottom of the pan and did not bake. It became a gooey, raw-tasting paste that was very unpleasant to eat. I won't waste any more peaches on this recipe!

CDKitchen Staff Reply:
Sorry to hear that you didn't have luck with this recipe. It does specifically say, however, to use the original Bisquick product. Given all the other positive reviews, that could be the reason yours didn't turn out.

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Member since: March 3, 2008
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This peach cobbler is so easy to make and is a great meal-ending treat. You can enhance the peaches by stirring in a teaspoon of cinnamon. A nice streusel topping could be added right before baking. Serve warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. The canned peaches could be substituted by canned cherries or blueberries.

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If you are looking for a traditional summer dessert, look no further! This fast easy recipe is sure to be a hit at any family gathering. Using canned peaches and Bisquick makes this tasty cobbler quick and easy but no one will suspect how fast it was to put together. When your friends and family taste this, you are sure to get rave reviews.

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Member since: June 18, 2011
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What is better than peaches? How about peaches in a delicious Bisquick crust? That's basically what this cobbler recipe accomplishes - pure bliss. Eat it with vanilla ice cream, and you won't be sorry. This always impresses at potlucks and Thanksgiving feasts! Great for picnics, too!!

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Made it for the third time this season. Used coconut oil, not butter, almond milk and peaches picked fresh from my tree. Also doubled the recipe.

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Changed it a little. Used almond milk, coconut oil and fresh picked from my tree peaches. It made a big hit here!

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Member since: February 1, 2008
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I make this all the time. I have tried other fruits but peach is our favorite. It's quite good with canned pears though.

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This recipe was so easy to follow, and was to die for. My husband even liked it, and he's hard to please! but it got his stamp of approval. I did add brown sugar to one of the cups. It was fantastic!!! I've had southern style peach cobbler. But I have to say this is better!!!

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OMG! So easy - so good! Used fresh Apricots and added 1-2 Tbs of bourbon and 1 Tbs sugar to macerate the fruit and gave them a little smoosh. Mixed up the other ingredients - totally didn't follow instructions! Dumped batter into pan, then dumped fruit into batter, baked, fabulous!

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i found this recipe years ago in a magazine, i cut it out, made it a few days later, and to this day i'm still making it. I make it for family gatherings of course i have to double it, but it goes over so very well. I would certainly recommend making it this way, next new flavor is to try the apple filling. Great job Bisquik!!!! :)

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my daughter and i wanted something simple for desert and decided to look for a peach cobbler recipe that was easy. after reading the recipe and all the comments i did end up cutting down on the sugar to 3/4 of a cup, using 1/2 cup milk and 1/2 cup peach juice instead of 1 cup of milk. i also added about 1/4 cup more bisquick and cut the ammount of butter in half. i had no nutmeg so we used 1/4 tsp cinnamon and 1/4 tsp vanilla extract in the peaches and the crust. we topped it off with some sprinkled sugar 5 minuits before it was done and let me just say that it was awesome with some vanilla ice cream and fresh whipped cream!! great recipe!

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1) This is a great recipe, especially when you can adjust the serving size.
2) I used the peach juice most of the liquid and the rest used milk.
3) I used about half of the sugar.
4) I used about half of the butter.

It came out wonderful and I'm so excited. We froze 15 quarts of peaches in the fall, so now we have a great recipe to use them in!