Thursday, July 21, 2011

Peach Cobbler for One

Hey everyone! Every once in a while you just have to treat yourself to something special! I had a beautifully ripe peach so I thought I'd make a cobbler. It can be made in any single serving baking dish, this pie dish is 4 1/2", you could also use a ramekin.

I wanted you to see the cakey part...

Peach Cobbler for One
2-3 tsp butter (I used 3 tsp in the pic, I'll cut back next time)
2 Tblsp brown sugar, divided
3 Tblsp A/P flour
3 Tblsp milk
1/4 tsp baking powder
1/8 tsp salt
Nutmeg to taste
1 peach chopped

Directions:
  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Melt butter in bottom of baking dish in the microwave.
  3. Mix 1 Tblsp brown sugar, the flour, milk, baking powder salt and nutmeg if using.
  4. Pour batter over butter.
  5. Chop peach and microwave for 20 seconds.
  6. Place peach on top of batter.
  7. Sprinkle with remaining 1 Tblsp brown sugar.
  8. Bake approx 25 minutes.
Notes:
  • I didn't bother peeling the peach.
  • I happened to have Half and Half so that's what I used.
  • Put a tray under it in case the cobbler bubbles over a bit.
  • I have a small counter top oven, mine was done in about 22 minutes.
  • This is Slap Yo Momma Good folks!
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39 comments:

  1. I am going to try this, absolutely! You can substitute other fruit, too, I guess, like an apple? xo,

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  2. YUM.......MEE. Looks just delicious. Can I use a photo of it for a post coming up? Link back to Earl, of course. :+)....He IS the ruler of the kitchen there...right...? :))
    hugs, bj

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  3. I love a recipe for one!! sometimes we like to indulge all on our own. This looks fantastic. Do you think I could use the equalivent of frozen peached, thawed, chopped and patted dry?

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  4. What a WONDERFUL treat Lynn :)

    Blessings!
    Gail

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  5. Oh, Lynne, this looks really good! I am so gonna get some peaches now. Great job!

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  6. I don't think I've eaten any peach cobbler in years! Dang... you're making me fat girl!!

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  7. Oh does this look good!
    Hugs,
    Lisa

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  8. Yes,,,,I like this for one...that'd be ME cause I can make it with my Gluten Free Flour. Thanks for sharing so many good good recipes.

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  9. I may make this one day when my blackberries are ripe in large numbers. Yum.

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  10. I just had the last of our peaches for lunch...all alone, no good cakey stuff. Now I'm wishing I had waited to see this first! Yum.

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  11. Hi Lynn, Now I know what to so with my ripe peaches. Just two. My hubs will want some of this delicious stuff!
    Hugs, Jeanne

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  12. Oh wow...that looks soooooo good!

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  13. Oh my mouth is watering! That looks delicious. I'm going to stop and buy some peaches on my way home from work. Thanks for sharing the recipe. laurie

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  14. This looks so amazing. I am going to try this. I have never thought about making a single serving of anything...it's a side effect from having teenage boys.

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  15. Looks good, L! I like that there is a nice portion of cake with the peaches!

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  16. I would eat this for breakfast... peaches! What a great recipe for me. During the week it is just Bobby and me so I don't like to keep sweets around. Perfect for us! And because it is not too sweet I will love it!
    Yvonne

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  17. This is wonderful...I have the perfect dishes for it! Thanks, Lynn!

    XO,
    Jane

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  18. Yes, everybody does need a treat & this sounds like a delicious one! Yum!!

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  19. Although this looks amazing, I have to stick with my old recipe that uses the 9x13 baker. Way too many mouths to feed! :)

    Blessings, Debbie

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  20. Sounds delicious! I like that it's small, just perfect for one or two people.

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  21. Yum....looks delish! Thanks for stopping by. Keep cool:)

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  22. Wow, this is just perfect for me! Often I want something sweet but don't want to make a whole recipe that will end up getting tossed. Great idea, Lynn!

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  23. Hi Lynn... I am in need of a huge cold front. I'm melting...

    This looks so yummy. If Jordan sees this post, he'll be showing up on your doorstep.

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  24. Now you're talkin'! Earl had much rather have peach cobbler than pickles!

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  25. I have some nectarines that need eaten up. This is certainly easy enough for the girls to try. I am going to show them. Thanks!

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  26. I'm making 2 of these for our dessert TONIGHT!! Just enough for us & NO LEFTOVERS, which is a good thing, 'cus you know who eats them. LOL

    Thanks Lynn! You always come up with the bestest ideas.

    Hugs,
    Rett

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  27. Holy yum! This looks fantastic! The peaches are amazing this year. I came over from Sweets for a Saturday by the way. Love your blog!

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  28. This is perfect, since my man doesn't like peach cobbler. ;)

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  29. I love the fact you didn't peel the peaches! I'm your newest follower :)
    Mary

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  30. Its winter in Oz but I cant see why a trained mini size carton of fruit wouldnt work :) thanks for the small size

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  31. That looks delicious! Yum.
    Sherry

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  32. We are empty nesters! We have 6 grown children. A dessert for one or two is just what I need. This looks delish!

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  33. This looks so good. I love peaches.
    New follower from Sweets for Saturday. Hope you follow back.

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  34. It looks so yummy! Nice recipe! Thanks for sharing:)
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

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  35. I'm trying this tonight! Thanks for the recipe :)

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  36. Be nice if all of these people would actually TRY the recipe and THEN comment on it rather than saying how nice the picture looked.

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  37. I just made this and it was perfect amount for one person and so good. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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