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This drunken peach cobbler is a hand’s down one of my favourite recipes I have ever created on the blog. I’ll be honest, I was unsure of how it would turn out but it was just amazing. It is simple, quick and tasty, making it a recipe you can make whenever you have the urge for a sweet treat.
If you are a reader of our blog you will know that I am one for easy recipes. Minimal ingredients that I don’t already have and quick, easy instructions to follow. This recipe ticks all the boxes, it takes less than 10 minutes to get prepared and then 35 minutes in the oven cooking whilst you relax.
Cobbler recipes are traditionally made with fruit and then topped with either a biscuit, batter or scone topping. Here in the UK, we tend to top ours with scone style toppings however for this one I have gone for a cake topping, the soft sponge with the crispy exterior works well with the soft sweet peaches.
We have used Opies peaches with Courvoisier for our recipe and they work perfectly. They contain 5% alcohol or less by volume but they are a perfect combination alongside the cake topping. Depending on the occasion you can finish this dish off with either vanilla ice cream or just some simple cream. Kayleigh and I demolished our portion on its own after taking pictures, so it works well either way.
Drunken Peach Cobbler recipe –
If you are a fan of peaches and have enjoyed this peach cobbler recipe, why not look to use peach and fruit in other great recipes. Peaches are naturally sweet and can be added to a whole host of peach recipes to make delicious puddings.
Opies do a wide range of products including a delicious Mango & Passion Fruit Compote is now available in Waitrose & Ocado. I tried this on top of ice cream at Christmas in July and it was divine! Another product they have is Black Cherries with Kirsch which I plan to make a black forest inspired dish.
Let me know if you give this drunken peach cobbler a go, I’d love to know what you think. You can check out our other recipes here on the blog or if you are after peaches in Courvoisier recipes check out Opies for more inspiration!
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