Oct 3, 2017

Mini Peach Cobblers

Tracking PixelThis is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Luck's Beans and Fruits.

Living in the South the last two years has sure taught me how to cook some delicious meals. Being in Georgia ( aka the PEACH state ) has also upped my love for all things peaches! Truth be told, cobblers are my favorite thing to devour ( my mother in law has me hooked with so many of her amazing recipes that she creates ! ) and I wanted to take my stab at creating my own cobbler that my husband and our family can enjoy too.

My family and I arrived home late last weekend after a full week at the ocean with my family members and I was feeling rather nostalgic as summer was ending and we were getting into fall. Don't get me wrong, I love the cooler weather when it comes but I wanted to think of how we could keep summer alive just a few minutes more.

BINGO! Peach Cobbler it was and boy oh boy did my toddler and husband gobble it up in minutes! Phew! Now, I'm not just saying it, but it really was one of the best cobblers I've ever made which means you'll want this recipe and make it for yourself and your family like..now! Thanks to Luck’s Fried Peaches with Cinnamon I had almost everything I needed to make this delicious and easy dish! Luck’s always has high standards, delivering premium quality fried peaches since 1947! It’s Authentic Southern taste is perfect for making my southern taste for delicious dishes perfect and because having these fruits already in the ease of a prep canned, it makes it so much easier to not have to peel and slice! #MomWin!

Oh and the best part? It's not only easy to make and eat but you can take it with you on the go! Seriously, how adorable are these mini peach cobblers?! You'll want some to take with you, your friends, your coworkers..oh heck just take them all to everyone!

Here's what you'll need!
1 cup all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup milk
2 (15oz) cans Luck’s® Fried Peaches with Cinnamon(drained)
1 cup sugar
1/2 cup butter

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
2. Put 1 tsp of melted butter into each regular sized muffin tin
3. Combine the first 5 ingredients by hand
4. Put 2 tbsp of batter into each regular size muffin tin ( on top of the melted butter )
5. Put 1 tbsp of Luck's Fried Peaches and Cinnamon on top of the batter
6. Sprinkle with brown sugar and extra cinnamon. ( Can be a generous sprinkle )
7. Bake at regular size muffin tins for 12 minutes
8. Let them cool almost completely before taking out of the pan
9. Can add Vanilla ice cream if desired!

These are perfect for your next get together with family, friends or neighbors! You can find more recipes here! Don’t forget your coupons too!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Luck’s.
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  1. Now you're talking love with those peach cobbler minis. Great for parties. I live in the south, too, and you gotta know how to cook at least one sweet treat so you don't get the evil eye from err'body. lol Thanks for sharing!

  2. I love Peach Cobbler! These look so yummy and easy to make. I may have to try making these soon!

  3. Those absolutely look fantastic! Will have to try those!

    Belle | www.OneAwesomeMomma.com

  4. Girl, you know i'm wanting to make these since I saw them on Facebook this morning. I love cobblers this time of year and these look so easy and so good. I saved the recipe on Pinterest.

  5. Wait these look so yummy... must try.

  6. Yum!! These look positively delicious! And just the perfect size. I love that they're mini so I don't accidentally eat a whole cobbler by myself.

  7. omggggg I am literally salivating!!! Can't wait to make these cuties asap!!!

  8. Literally drooling right now, these look delish!

  9. These look incredibly tasty! I love the fact that they are easy to make, yet look like they came straight from the bakery. I'm looking forward to making a batch or two!

  10. these sounds absolutely divine! they're so cute!

  11. These look so good! I love that they are minis too. Not that that would stop be from eating too many.


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