Georgia Peach Cobbler Recipe UK
Our Georgia Peach Cobbler tops stewed fruit with a scone-like dough for a quick and delicious fruit dessert. It is one of our best cobbler recipes.
This cobbler shouldn’t be confused with its cousins the crumble and the fruit crisp. To be pedantic, our recipe is a “slump” straight out of the South as we used our favourite recipe from my aunt in Kentucky. A “slump” is a cobbler that doesn’t have a uniform shape. It “slumps” as it is placed on the plate.
We would serve this with clotted cream but on the day we were cooking, we happened to be out. Ice cream or whipped cream is also a good choice but we aren’t fans of custard..
The fruit for cobbler is your choice – the most well known is, of course, peach cobbler but we love it with nectarines and brown sugar.
You can do rhubarb and strawberry, peach, blueberry, raspberry or cherry. You can even use canned pie filling if you need something quick.
If you are using fresh fruit – like cherry or rhubarb – just add a bit of water and sugar and cook your fruit down to a lumpy syrup before topping and baking.
Best Cobbler Recipes UK
Here is a quick round-up of some alternative recipes to help you find what just what you are looking for.
Cherry Cobbler, Good Housekeeping Magazine
Pear and blackberry cobbler, delicious magazine
Blueberry Cobbler, Tesco
Huge thanks to Josh at FoodForThought.uk for asking for this recipe. He was specifically looking for cobbler and we hadn’t posted a recipe yet. So, please give a nod to Josh and the blessings of the Internet when you try this recipe for yourself.