Baking and Cooking, Uncategorized Individual Peach Cobbler August 12, 2020 Laura Leave a comment Individual Peach CobblerFresh peaches make yummy cobbler, fruit on the bottom with a sweet biscuit on top. You will need a peach or 1 cup, drained, canned peach slices1/4 cup biscuit mix (like Bisquick)1 Tablespoon milk1/8 tsp lemon juiceSome sugar and some cinnamonAnd, preheat the oven to 350 degrees. First we have to get the fuzzy skin off the peach.Ask for help because you will be working with a sharp knife.With the sharp knife, cut a small X in the bottom of the peach and place it stem end down on a microwave safe plate.Place plate with peach in microwave oven and cook on high 30 seconds. This will loosen the skin. This is called blanching, slightly cooking something. ( If you want to blanch more than one peach, add an additional 10 seconds cooking time for each peach, two peaches take 40 second and three would take 50 seconds.)While the peach is blanching, fill a medium bowl with cold water (you can add some ice-cubes if you have them). this will help loosen the fuzzy skin and cool the hot peach. When the peach is cool enough to handle, carefully pull the skin back from the X you made. keep pulling until all the skin is removed. Cut the peach in half and carefully remove the pit.Be careful, peeled peaches are slipperyThen cut the peach halves into thin slices. Put peaches in a 1 1/2 cup size baking dish and sprinkle with 1/8 tsp lemon juice and stir well. This will keep the peaches from turning an ugly brown.Add 1 Tablespoon of granulated sugar and a dash of ground cinnamon.What is a dash? A dash is like one shake only with a little sweep to it.Stir well again Combine 1/4 cup all-purpose flour, 1 Tablespoon milk and 1 Tsp granulated sugar in a medium mixing bowl. Mix ingredients with a spoon until they clump together in a ball you can pick up with the spoon. With you fingers, gently pat the ball of dough into a thin round, slightly smaller than you baking dish.Place the round on top of the peaches in the dish and press down gently. Sprinkle with 1/8 tsp granulated sugar and several dashes of cinnamon.Place in 350 degree oven and bake for 25 to 30 minutes, until bubbly and biscuit is golden brown. While you wait, lets clean up the dishes and utensils we used.Mom, Dad or the babysitter will appreciate this.Put a very small amount of dish soap in the mixing bowl. Fill with hot water and wash all the spoons, knives, plates and other items you used. Rinse well and set on draining mat or dish drainer to air dry. And there you have one serving size Peach Cobbler.Let it stand about 10 minutes before eating. You don’t want to burn your tongue.If you have whipped cream of vanilla ice cream, they go very well with Peach Cobbler.I hope you are all having fun trying new recipes and learning cooking skills.Next week, Pigs in a Blanket.