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Cam Kimler shared Welcome Home 's photo . Slow Cooker Peach Cobbler 4 cups fresh or frozen sliced peeled peaches 1/4 cup sugar 1 cup Original Bisquick® mix ... 1/2 cup sugar 1 cup milk Ice cream
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SLOW COOKER PEACH COBBLER

posted at 5/7/2013 6:54 AM EDT
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Cam Kimler shared Welcome Home's photo.
Slow Cooker Peach Cobbler  4 cups fresh or frozen sliced peeled peaches  1/4 cup sugar  1 cup Original Bisquick® mix  1/2 cup sugar  1 cup milk  Ice cream or whipped cream   Spray 6-quart slow cooker with cooking spray. In large bowl, gently toss peaches and 1/4 cup of the sugar. Turn into slow cooker.  In medium bowl, gently beat Bisquick mix, sugar and milk with whisk until blended. Pour over peaches in slow cooker. Cover; cook on low heat setting 3 hours or until cobbler is set in center.Serve cobbler with ice cream.  http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/slow-cooker-peach-cobbler/915e3a73-6289-4338-8623-2df67c469dce
Slow Cooker Peach Cobbler

4 cups fresh or frozen sliced peeled peaches
1/4 cup sugar
1 cup Original Bisquick® mix
... 1/2 cup sugar
1 cup milk
Ice cream or whipped cream

Spray 6-quart slow cooker with cooking spray. In large bowl, gently toss peaches and 1/4 cup of the sugar. Turn into slow cooker.

In medium bowl, gently beat Bisquick mix, sugar and milk with whisk until blended. Pour over peaches in slow cooker. Cover; cook on low heat setting 3 hours or until cobbler is set in center.Serve cobbler with ice cream.

Re: SLOW COOKER PEACH COBBLER

posted at 5/7/2013 7:48 AM EDT
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Thanks for the recipe - it looks wonderful.

Re: SLOW COOKER PEACH COBBLER

posted at 5/7/2013 8:29 AM EDT
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Looks good

Re: SLOW COOKER PEACH COBBLER

posted at 5/7/2013 3:03 PM EDT
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Thank you, Nellie .......... peach cobbler sounds sooooooo good. 
I gotta' buy some Bisquick.  I'm not certain about making my own.

Re: SLOW COOKER PEACH COBBLER

posted at 5/7/2013 3:19 PM EDT
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This looks wonderful! Thanks for the recipe!

Re: SLOW COOKER PEACH COBBLER

posted at 5/7/2013 5:24 PM EDT
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Nellie, thanks for this recipe.

Nancy, you can make your own baking mix:


You can make your own. Here is one recipe:

* 8 cups all-purpose flour (or 4 cups each all-purpose flour and whole wheat flour)
* 2 Tablespoons baking powder
* 1 Tablespoon salt
* 2 teaspoons cream of tartar
* 1 teaspoon baking soda
* 2 cups dry nonfat milk
* 2 cups shortening

Preparation:
Mix flour, baking powder, salt, cream of tartar, baking soda, nonfat milk, and shortening together in large bowl (if you have a large mixer it is ideal to use for blending this mix but it can also be done quite adequately using a pastry blender to cut in shortening). Add shortening about a half cup at a time mixing well after each addition. Mixture will be mealy when mixed adequately.

Put in air-tight container and store either in refrigerator or at room temperature. Use within about 3 months.


Re: SLOW COOKER PEACH COBBLER

posted at 5/7/2013 5:32 PM EDT
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Thank you Bakery ..... that sounds scary.  Maybe for me it would be easier to buy a little box of Bisquick instead of a pastry blender!

Re: SLOW COOKER PEACH COBBLER

posted at 5/7/2013 10:02 PM EDT
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I have never had a crockpot, so I'm not sure about this recipe. Question - does the cobbler/biscuit topping get crispy after cooking for 3 hours in a covered pot? Or does it get soft and mushy?


Re: SLOW COOKER PEACH COBBLER

posted at 5/7/2013 10:29 PM EDT
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Verlee -- I wondered about the "brown" on the topping.  Do toppings get brown in a crock pot?

Re: SLOW COOKER PEACH COBBLER

posted at 5/8/2013 7:09 AM EDT
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it was awesome tasting to.

Re: SLOW COOKER PEACH COBBLER

posted at 5/8/2013 7:43 AM EDT
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This looks so yummy and easy to make. I was wondering, could you use other fruits as well?

Re: SLOW COOKER PEACH COBBLER

posted at 5/8/2013 9:41 AM EDT
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I haven't made it yet
I have peaches in the freezer and intended to do so yesterday
but while I was out yesterday   I had an accident going in the doorway at olive garden
tore the skin on my left arm just above the elbow         (I must admit that I have developed what's called fragile skin)      so it can be a problem   they put a Band-Aid on it before they would seat me   and I really
needed that comforting soup,        but while removing Band-Aid   it ripped another spot of skin off my arm

having to try to keep the arm straight to keep the bandage in place     so it's probably going to be another week or so before I get back to it

but the crisp look was what I wondered about , because that's what I like
it also appears that whoever made the one in the picture sprinkled sugar on the top

I will definitely add either cinnamon or nutmeg

Re: SLOW COOKER PEACH COBBLER

posted at 5/9/2013 9:23 AM EDT
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Nellie, instead of using Band-Aids, what about using gauze pads over the sore and wrapping that tape that doesn't stick to your skin but does adhere yourself? I've used that for my knees.

In Response to Re: SLOW COOKER PEACH COBBLER:
I haven't made it yet I have peaches in the freezer and intended to do so yesterday but while I was out yesterday   I had an accident going in the doorway at olive garden tore the skin on my left arm just above the elbow         (I must admit that I have developed what's called fragile skin)      so it can be a problem   they put a Band-Aid on it before they would seat me   and I really needed that comforting soup,        but while removing Band-Aid   it ripped another spot of skin off my arm having to try to keep the arm straight to keep the bandage in place     so it's probably going to be another week or so before I get back to it but the crisp look was what I wondered about , because that's what I like it also appears that whoever made the one in the picture sprinkled sugar on the top I will definitely add either cinnamon or nutmeg
Posted by nellie v


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