Thursday, August 14, 2014


The other night after dinner while we were watching TV, my husband and I both decided we wanted a little something sweet. I remembered this recipe for skillet peach cobbler that I had written down on a note pad and kept picking it up and putting it back down. The recipe didn't say "for two", but that's about all it will feed.

I asked my husband if he wanted some peach cobbler and he said, "Sure."  When I brought it down to him a little bit later, he said, "You've made it already?"

It really is fast.  Peeling and slicing the peaches take most of your time.  I would recommend that you only use ripe peaches. Otherwise, you need to cook them longer.

I told him it was like eating a fresh peach with a little ice cream. Which is true. I used reduced fat biscuit mix and stevia for the sugar. The batter is really thin and cooks up thin, so you really get the taste of the fresh peach.

Best though was the taste.  It was super delicious!!!!!


2       ripe peaches, peeled, and sliced (1 cup)
3       tablespoons stevia or sugar

3       tablespoons margarine

1/4    cup reduced fat biscuit mix
1/4    cup skim milk


In an 8 - inch cast iron skillet over medium heat, melt the margarine

Toss the sliced peaches with the stevia in a medium sized bowl

Pour peach mixture in the skillet and cook for 3 - 4 minutes, stirring often

Combine the biscuit mix and milk in a small bowl

Pour batter over the hot peaches

Sprinkle with nutmeg

Cover the skillet and lower heat to medium low (2) and cook for 10 minutes 
or until batter is cooked

Serve over ice cream

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