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A Southern peach cobbler may use canned or fresh peaches. A recipe from Trisha's Southern Kitchen on FoodNetwork.com requires two 15-ounce cans of sliced peaches in syrup. A recipe from Southern Living on MyRecipes.com c... More »

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One of the best recipes for peach cobbler is from Paula Deen on the Food Network. It requires only peaches, sugar, butter, flour and milk. More »

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Betty Crocker's recipe for peach cobbler uses Bisquick mix and canned peaches for a quick peach cobbler. It requires little effort and has received 4.5 out of 5 stars as rated by 396 users. More »

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Betty Crocker's recipe for peach cobbler uses Bisquick mix and canned peaches for a quick peach cobbler. It requires little effort and has received 4.5 out of 5 stars as rated by 396 users. More »

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The essential ingredients for a basic peach cobbler are peaches, sugar, butter, flour and milk. Other optional ingredients include ground cinnamon or ground nutmeg, lemon juice, and baking powder. Also, peach cobbler is ... More »

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Traditional peach cobbler is made with fresh peaches,peeled and cut into thin wedges, sugar, lemon juice and a biscuit topping. Bake the peach mixture for 10 minutes, and prepare the biscuit topping in a separate bowl. D... More »

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To make a quick, easy peach cobbler, pour one 29-ounce can of peaches into a 9-inch by 13-inch baking dish. Drain a second can of peaches, reserve the liquid and add the peaches to the dish. Mix one box of yellow cake mi... More »

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