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    Georgia Peach Cobbler

    Vegetarian • 40 mins to cook • Serves 6-8

    Produce

    1 can(s) Peaches

    Baking & Spices

    7/8 cup Granulated sugar
    1 cup Self-rising flour

    Dairy

    1/2 cup Butter
    • Amanda Sexton

      Georgia Peach Cobbler (from canned peaches) - Blue Willow Inn recipe - AMAZING - and only 4 ingredients! **can't find this exact recipe, but there are tons of other delicious-looking desserts on here...

    • Pamela Hooks

      Georgia Peach Cobbler ~ TRULY the most amazing, most delicious and seriously the easiest peach cobbler recipe you will EVER Make! You cannot go wrong with just 4 ingredients! Nice and crisp ontop and hot and gooey inside! Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream and you have a delightful dessert!

    • Lydia Shabestari

      Checkout this tasty, low calorie Peach Cobbler Recipe at LaaLoosh.com! With just 3 Points +, it makes a great dessert that tastes decadent, but amazingly low in calories and fat. Anyone who wants to indulge in a rich dessert with no guilt will love this popular Southern Recipe.

    • Diane Royal

      Georgia Peach Cobbler Recipe (from canned peaches) - Blue Willow Inn recipe - AMAZING - and only 4 ingredients!

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