Made in America the Southern cobbler.

 "Without the resources of brick ovens...colonial cooks often made cobblers in pots over an open fire," according to "The Oxford Encyclopedia of food and Drink in America, Volume 2." Cobblers are a quick and easy dessert that combines a biscuit type bread topping with fruit. Depending on the season the fruits used to vary but now you can have cherry, peach, apple, blueberry, strawberry or blackberry cobblers anytime. Cobblers are prepared in a deep cooking dish or skillet where the juices of the fruit often bubble up through the crust while cooking. Folks enjoy different parts of the cobbler and while many focus on the juice and fruit, I prefer a good helping of the crust or bread topping combined with the fruit. The biscuit type topping is enhanced in flavor with the sweet cream buttermilk and real butter powder we use in our mix. We have made it easy to serve your family and a warm buttery cobbler where you only add fruit and milk. My favorite, warm peach cobbler always goes better with a scoop of ice cream on top.



All-purpose flour, cane sugar, real butter powder, baking powder, baking soda, salt and sweet cream buttermilk. No preservatives

How to prepare your fruit filling using fresh peaches:

Make a fresh peach pie filling. Combine the following ingredients in a saucepan, bring to a boil, reduce heat and cook down until tender and thickened.

4-6 cups of chopped, ripe peaches
1-2 tablespoons cornstarch
1/2 cup brown or white sugar
Lemon zest 
Pinch of salt
1 tablespoon unsalted butter

Allow to cool and use your fresh peach pie filling in our cobbler recipe.

Easy and Quick Directions for peach cobbler

1. In an 8x8 baking pan evenly spread either a can of peach pie filling, canned peaches with juice drained, or prepare  your own fresh peach pie  filling.

2. Combine southern peach cobbler mix, 1 cup of milk and mix well.  Pour batter over fruit in baking pan.  

3. Bake in a 350 degree oven for approximately 30 minutes and serve. Delicious!