Super easy Peach cobbler with rosemary and almonds | jernejkitchen
Super easy
Peach cobbler with rosemary and almonds
Light, easy, quick and fruity summery dessert.
serves
6
0
people
preparation time:
10
0
minutes
baking time:
30 - 35
0
minutes

Spaghetti with tomato sauce, eggs, crepes and this peach cobbler are the first four dishes I've learned to make as a kid. I have quite an interesting (and funny) story for each of them, but today I'm going to focus on this delicious, summery peach cobbler with rosemary and almonds. Each year my mum brought home the sweetest locally grown peaches. The stores were closed on Sundays and after me and my sister ate all of the chocolate treats we weren't able to just go and buy new ones, we had to make it work with what we had at home and so this peach cobbler was made. One of the easiest desserts: equal amounts of butter, sugar and flour, plus an egg, salt and baking powder and peaches - you can't get it wrong. Light, easy, quick and fruity summery dessert. Best served with vanilla bean ice cream and honey or maple syrup.

INGREDIENTS
serves
6
0
people
preparation time:
10
0
minutes
baking time:
30 - 35
0
minutes
Peach cobbler with rosemary and almonds
METHOD
slice the peached
    Clean the peaches and remove the kernels. Cut them into wedges. Place a large pan on to medium - high heat. Add the peaches and rosemary. Cook for about 2 - 3 minutes, then add the brown (or coconut) sugar. Stir well and cook until the sugar dissolves. Remove from the heat.
beat the sugar and butter
    In a large bowl beat together the butter, sugar and seeds from the vanilla bean. Beat for about 5 - 10 minutes or until the mixture is fluffy and shiny. Crack in the egg, one by one, while mixing on the highest speed.
Add in the flour
    Add in the flour, pinch of salt, baking powder, stir well to combine. The mixture will be shiny and lovely.
Bake
    Preheat the oven to 190°C / 375°C. Spread peaches evenly around the baking pan (pan size approx. 25 cm x 15 cm / 10 inch x 6 inch). Pour in the batter, arrange over the peaches, sprinkle with chopped almond flakes and bake for around 30 - 35 minutes.
Serve
    Serve the peach cobbler warm with vanilla ice cream and honey or maple syrup.
Leftovers
    Store the leftovers in a fridge for up to 2 days or eat them for breakfast with oats and yogurt.

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