Fresh fruit cobblers are a perennial classic, and for good reason.
So simple, so easy – so delicious.
First off, and perhaps most importantly, you’re starting with a base of browned butter. I think this provides the depth of flavor that takes this particular recipe over the top. So, browned butter, poured into a baking dish. Then goes the flour/sugar/baking powder/milk (I also added salt) mixture. It doesn’t get stirred at this point – just poured right on top. Add your fresh peach (unpeeled!) slices, again – no stirring, and sprinkle brown sugar over the top, and that’s it! You could use any cobbler-friendly fruit you desire with this super-simple recipe – I almost added some blackberries, but then decided last minute to leave it as-is. I did think it was a bit sweet; next time, I might cut the sugar down a bit.
I love how rustic and comforting this dessert is. Nothing fancy, nothing tricky – just good, old-fashioned love in a dish.
Head over to Pink Parsley for the full recipe!