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Peach Stove Top Cobbler I was feeling lazy the other night, but really had a craving for peach cobbler, so I whipped this up and it was so good I had to share it.




2 cups of fresh or frozen peaches from last years harvest

1/2 stick of butter (if you’re vegan you could use an equivalent amount of coconut oil or earth balance)

1 tbls whole wheat flour (or whatever flour you have on hand)

honey (as little or as much as you want)

3/4 cup of granola or more or less depending on your personal taste (any kind will do)

CD of your choice – I suggest anything by EmmyLou Harris – cuz her voice reminds me of peaches in the summer.

First, put your CD in the stereo and hit play, then dance on over to your kitchen and place the peaches in an adequately sized pot on the stove and heat on low until they start to warm up. If you use frozen peaches, you’ll want to cook them until they thaw. You may want to add a little bit of water (1-2tsp) to get the peach juices flowing depending on how juicy your peaches already are.

Once they are warm and start to bubble slightly, add the butter, flour and honey. Cook for 10 minutes stirring occasionally until the mixture thickens just slightly. While you are waiting for it to heat up, find someone to dance with in the kitchen and if you are all alone…just grab the broom – it’ll make a good substitute dance partner especially if you put a hat on the end of the handle. The broom also makes a good microphone if you want to sing along. 

Cover the top with granola, turn off your stove and cover for 5 minutes. Then, you guessed it – shake that booty and keep on dancing. This is a great way to keep yourself entertained and also to work off a few calories – pre-cobbler. 

Get out a bowl and fill it with vanilla icecream then spoon your stovetop cobbler on top of it. Enjoy!

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