Sweet biscuit dough is made flavorful and tender with cold chips of butter and fresh buttermilk.
Did you know that there are two different ways of preparing peach cobbler? One method involves placing the biscuits on the bottom of your baking pan and pouring the peach filling over the top - as the cobbler bakes, the biscuits rise up out from the bottom. I prefer making ours the other way - pre-baking the peach chunks for 10 minutes, and then adding the sweet biscuit topping. I brush with a little egg wash and a generous sprinkle or two of cinnamon sugar. It's all good!
I've learned that peach chunks cook up more evenly than peach slices, and you really want the fresh peaches to have some shape and texture in a good cobbler or pie.
If you are serving with fresh whipped cream, try adding a tablespoon of cinnamon sugar to that as well - it really adds a subtle layer of sweet flavor that takes this sweet treat over the top!
And I think the only other rule to enjoying this is to serve it while it is still warm from the oven. So good!
With everyone around here today this summer treat is going fast! Hope that you enjoy as much as we do!
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