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This cobbler combines huckleberries and peaches. Blueberries can be substituted if huckleberries aren't available. It's great served warm with vanilla ice cream.
Advice on how to avoid a soggy cobler -> Its amazing ! I used my own frozen huckleberries i picked myself ! I had a ton of left over juice in the pan tho. And i definately didnt want a soggy cobbler. So i used a syringe to get all the juices out, I then proceeded to use the extra juices and hucks to make a sauce topping ( which freakung rocked btw) and i hand made some whipped cream to go with it as well. This recipe is a winner with minor changes and additions.
Yummy, and not difficult. I substituted frozen blackberries for the huckleberries, and I liked the additional tartness. I made this in a solar oven for a solar cooking class and everyone raved.
These peach cobblers and crisps share a versatile ingredient that you probably already have in your pantry: oats!
Sweet Georgia peaches are topped with homemade biscuits creating a bubbling Southern-style peach cobbler perfect for summer nights.
This dessert has a cobbler-type pastry baked below the tangy huckleberry filling.
This peach cobbler is so quick and easy to prepare using 7 simple ingredients and is great for busy families; everyone will love it!
Fresh peaches are spread over a light and tasty gluten-free batter and sprinkled with vanilla sugar in this easy cobbler that serves 2.
Find your favorite peach cobbler recipe! Made with fresh peaches or canned peaches, classic peach cobbler is always a hit.