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Anna's August Bake Off: Peach Berry Cobbler

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Posted by : Anna Olson, Fri, Aug 17 2012

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Get ready for round 3 of Bake Off!

Nothing speaks to summer more than peaches, and while I want to save fruit pie for a fall baking challenge (apple or pumpkin…I haven’t decided) I thought delicious cobbler would fit the bill for August. Cobbler has a fruit base, like a crisp, but the topping is more of a “cake meets scone” texture. 

 

What I am really interested to see are your food photos! Cobbler is “rustic”, and takes a little originality to make it look polished and appealing.  Feel free to get creative with what you choose to bake it in and you can make these individual or even double the recipe to feed a crowd.  I also want to hear what you serve it with – whipped cream, ice cream, au naturel? Have fun and enjoy that true taste of summer!

PEACH BERRY COBBLER
Makes 1 8-cup baking dish
Serves 6 to 8
 
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Ingredients:
6 cups  peeled and sliced fresh peaches
1 cup  fresh raspberries
½ cup  fresh blueberrie
3 Tbsp + ½ cup sugar, plus extra for cinnamon sugar
¼ tsp  ground cinnamon, plus extra for cinnamon sugar
2  eggs
6 Tbsp  unsalted butter, melted
2/3 cup  milk
2 cups  all-purpose flour
2 Tbsp  cornmeal
4 tsp  baking powder
½ tsp  salt


Method:
1. Preheat oven to 375 °F (190 °C).

2.  Toss the peaches, raspberries and blueberries with 3 Tbsp of sugar and ¼ tsp of the cinnamon and spread on the bottom of an 8-cup baking dish.

3.  Whisk the eggs, the remaining ½ cup of sugar, and melted butter together in a large bowl.  Whisk in the milk.  Sift in the flour, cornmeal, baking powder and salt and stir until combined (the batter will be wet).

4. Spoon the batter over the fruit, leaving a little space between spoonfuls to allow for expansion as the cobbler bakes.  Stir a little sugar and cinnamon together and sprinkle this overtop the cobbler.

5. Bake for 35 to 45 minutes, until the peach juices are bubbling and the topping is cooked through (you can lift a piece up to check that it is cooked through).

Serve the cobbler warm with ice cream.

The cobbler will keep, refrigerated for up to 2 days.

From Back to Baking, Whitecap Books, 2011

 
Here's how Bake Off works:    

  • Our hostess with the mostess, Anna Olson,  picks a recipe middle of every month 
  • You make the recipe (follow it or add your creative flair) 
  • Email us (giveaways@foodnetwork.ca) a picture and short descriptive blurb before September17th 9amET for your chance to win! Anna will pick the winner (We are giving away another KitchenAid Classic Stand Mixer and a personalized autographed copy of Back to Baking, Anna's latest cookbook).  

Anna_OlsonProfessionally trained pastry chef Anna Olson is the host of Food Network's Bake with Anna Olson. Anna’s culinary philosophy is based on a common-sense approach of cooking and baking with the seasons, as well as respecting the ingredients, the technique and the process of sharing with others through food. Most of all, cooking and baking should be fun!

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