Aunt helen's "killer" cobbler
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Aunt helen's "killer" cobbler
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      Title: Aunt helen's "killer" cobbler
 Categories: Dessert, Fruit
      Yield: 6 Servings
      1 c  All-purpose flour
    1/2 c  White sugar
  1 1/2 ts Baking powder
    1/2 c  Milk
    1/4 c  Butter, softened
    1/4 c  Firmly packed brown sugar
      1 tb Cornstarch
    1/2 c  Cold water
      3 c  Fresh peaches, peeled,,
           -sliced in quarters
      1 c  Fresh blueberries
      1 tb Butter
      1 tb Freshly squeezed lemon juice
      2 tb White sugar
    1/4 ts Ground nutmeg
    1/4 ts Ground cinnamon
           Lots of vanilla ice cream
  Make topping first: Mix flour, 1/2 cup white sugar and baking powder.
  Add milk and 1/4 cup butter. Stir until all lumps are gone. Set aside.
  Next, in a medium saucepan, stir together brown sugar and cornstarch;
  add water. Add peaches and blueberries. Cook and stir gently over
  medium heat until bubbly. Add lemon juice and 1 tablespoon butter and
  stir until butter melts. Pour in an ungreased baking dish and spoon
  mounds of topping over the hot filling. Sprinkle with mixture of
  remaining white sugar, nutmeg and cinnamon. To avoid spillover in the
  oven, place baking dish on top of a cookie sheet. Bake cobbler in a
  350F oven for 35 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the crust
  comes out clean. Serve warm with ice cream, or if you are feeling
  frisky, whipped cream. If blueberries are not available, you can add
  one additional cup of peaches to the recipe.
  NOTES : According to the author, Marilyn Schiveley, of Folsom, it's a
  "killer" because it's so good. "It's to die for," she said. "My aunt
  and uncle had a peach ranch in Colorado back in the 1950's, and this
  is a tried and true, never-fail recipe that gets rave reviews every

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Recipe ID 30360 (Apr 03, 2005)

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