LadyRein's Recipe Reviews
Posted 7/19/2013 2:03:19 AM
Classic Bisquick® Peach Cobbler
If it helps,
I used can peaches (about 29 oz and an extra can (I like a lot of peaches, and I cut them up. I drained the peaches first and kept the juice for use later. Some like a little more runny cobbler.
In the peaches I added 1 cup of sugar, 1TSP of vanilla, 1/2 Teaspoon of cinnamon, and 1/4 TSP of nutmeg. To cut the sharpness of the nutmeg and peaches, I added a pinch of salt. Lemon juice works too. Taste the peach mixture and make sure it's to your liking. Everybody likes something different. You may add more nutmeg or cinnamon, sugar or vanilla to taste.
I poured the peach mixture into the slow cooker. I cut up 1 stick of butter and spread the slices over the peaches evenly.
For the Bisquick batter I used a little more than a cup (about 1/4 cup more) so it was less runny. But that was me. I wanted a certain consistency and a thicker batter. I also added a splash of vanilla and a little cinnamon to the batter. I used 1 cup of milk as it required and I used 1 cup of sugar.
Poured it over the peaches and it was good to go. In my cheap slow cooker from Walmart, I put it on low and it took more like 4.5 -5.5 hours. A better slow cooker might do it in three.
Note-- we like our peach cobbler sweet. These are just hints that made our recipe come out perfect for those who tried it and failed.
Posted 7/19/2013 1:06:27 AM
Slow-Cooker Peach Cobbler
I have no idea what those that are saying it didn't come out are mad about. I made this recipe and it was an absolute hit!!!! I'm making it again at my family's request. I added cinnamon, nutmeg,& butter, to the recipe, and we devoured it. The dough was perfect! It doesn't get that crispy on the top, but it was really great! If the dough could actually get crispy on the top it would be 5 stars for me!