Friday, August 27, 2010

Peach-Pecan Cobbler~ A Country Home Recipe

Hello Everyone!
Today I wanted to share a great recipe with you!

It involves Peaches!

I found this recipe in the Country Home Magazine 8 years ago.
I sure do miss that magazine.

This is one of my favorite recipes. 
I make this cobbler a lot during the summer.
The recipe and instructions are at the end of this post as well.

I wanted to share a few details with you before I share the recipe~

This recipe calls for cinnamon. so
I wanted to share my favorite place to buy spices from.
Their cinnamon is the best!

I LOVE this pie dish!

The best part about this recipe is the little pecan cinnamon rolls!

Here is the recipe~I hope you enjoy it!

Peach-Pecan Cobbler
Cobblers usually get a dropped biscuit
topping, but here the dough is rolled into 
 pecan-studded swirls

Peach Filling

3/4  cup granulated sugar
1 Tbsp.  Cornstarch
1/2  tsp. ground cinnamon
1/4  cup water
41/2  cups sliced peaches (I do not peel mine)
 approx. 11/2 -2 lb. of peaches


1 cup of self-rising flour
(if you do not have self rising flour add 1tsp. baking
powder, 1/2 tsp salt, and 1/4 tsp. of baking soda to 
1 Tsp. granulated sugar
1/4 cup of butter
1/3 cup of buttermilk

Filling for the Rolls
2 Tbsp. butter, melted
2 Tbsp. brown sugar
 1/2 cup of chopped pecans

Peach Filling instructions
In a medium saucepan, combine the 3/4 cup granulated sugar, the cornstarch, and cinnamon; stir in the water.  Cook and stir until thickened and bubbly.   Add peaches; return to boiling.  Cover and keep warm over very low heat.
Pecan Rolls instructions
In a mixing bowl, combine the self-rising flour and the teaspoon of sugar.  Using a pastry blender, cut the butter until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs.  Add buttermilk and stir until just moistened.  Turn out onto a lightly floured surface.  Knead dough gently for 10 to 12 strokes.  Roll into a 9 x 6 inch rectangle.  (just like you are making cinnamon rolls.  Combine the melter butter and brown sugar;
spread over dough to within 1/2 inch of the edge.  Sprinkle the chopped pecans evenly on the dough surface.  Roll up dough in a spiral, starting with a short side.
Cut the roll cross-wise into six 1-inch thick slices.
Pour hot peach mixture into and ungreased 2 quart square (8x8x2-inch) baking dish.  Or you can use a pie dish like I did.  Bake in a 400 degree oven about 25 minutes or until golden brown.  You have to really watch the last five minutes, because the rolls turn brown fast.  


Rozmeen said...

Hi Maria,

I hope you are doing fine.
Here in the Netherlands it raining all week. Lovely and very tasty post!! beautiful pictures and you know I just love the blue cupboard you can see on the background!!

Wishing you a blessed and lovely weekend.


Anonymous said...

This looks amazing...will definitely be making this soon before summer peaches are out of season! Thanks for the beautiful recipe and pictures. PS- I really miss Country Home too and I absolutely love your pie dish :)

~ Navya

Paula said...

pozytywnie tu u Ciebie :)


fleurcottage said...

love the 'rolls' idea & it looks YUMMY!

NanaDiana said...

Does that ever look good!!! I miss Country Homes too. Did you know that they published a special edition for this Fall? I guess they are going to publish them again on a limited basis.

LOVE the pie dish. I have one that belonged to my grandmother and it is the best pie pan in the world. My 2 daughers have their bids in for it "someday"

I don't ever remember seeing this recipe but will try it this Fall! Diana

Design Love said...

Oh, so yummalicious! Beats the cobbler hands down that I made a few weeks ago....But I'll be enjoying a cherry cheese cake my mom just dropped off for us this weekend!



Anne Lorys said...

Well, we have a peach tree in our new backyard, so this recipe couldn't have come along at a better time!

Have a happy weekend!


This recipe looks amazing and I can't wait to try it. My husband loves peaches. Thanks for sharing all the sources of your goodies too.

Last month I was flying to Chicago to visit our daughters and stopped in the airport bookstore to by a magazine. I was surprised and so happy to see a special COUNTRY HOME MAGAZINE. It was $12.00, but had no advertising and was almost like a book. Full of wonderful homes. It looked like they might be doing more. Hope you can find it in your area.


Unknown said...

I like your recipe, in Australia our peach season is in December at Christmas time and is usually too hot to bake anything! However I think I might try your recipe, can you eat it cold.
My tip for those who don't like cutting butter in is to make the dough in a food processor.

Tamara said...

this looks perfect. much agreed on that lovely pie dish!

Terri Smith said...

Goodness Gracious Alive..I'm actually from Georgia and love every recipe for Peach Cobbler I can get my hands on. THANK YOU so much for sharing this one! This will be my next surprise-dish I'll be bringing to the next family gathering. Won't be a peach left on the dish I can assure you! :))

Love & Sunshine From Georgia,

Anne Marie said...

i think you are on to something here Maria!!! recipes on your blog! because not only can you style the shots mouth watering, but that pie looks absolutely awesome - and I really am "craving" a piece right now -

I'm going to have to try that!

have a great weekend :)
Anne Marie

Elizabeth Leigh said...

This sounds delish:-) by the way, while i was browsing thru target last week I saw Country Home in the magazine section!!! I was all crazy with what the heck??!? It said it was "Fall 2010" edition. In the front cover, from what I read it appeared that the mag is coming back?! Soon to be back on shelves i do believe! Just thought I would share this with you!

Lindsay said...

Those look delicious! I MUST save :)

paige said...

the pie, scrumptuous
images, amazing
chalkboard, to die for

as always a pleasure

Lolo @ The Adventures of Stig and Lolo said...

How cute are those rolls on top?! Our neighbor has a peach tree, and the rule is if the branch hangs over our fence, we get those ones :)

Im gonna have to try this recipe...thanks !

ps - luv the chalkboard recipe :D
pps - thanks for givin me some Michael Buble today!!

Kelli said...

This looks insanely delicious..I miss Country Home too...and Cottage Living!!
Thanks for sharing~

{oc cottage} said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! I think I just gained 10 pounds reading this!!!!

m ^..^

Anonymous said...

I love everything about this post! The pie dish, the cake stand, the coloring of the photos, the peaches! EVERYTHING!

Sissie's Shabby Cottage said...

This is the most delicious peach cobbler recipe that I have ever seen. I am definitely going to try it out.
I love your presentation photos. So pretty.


nat said...

YUMMY!! looks delish!

happy weekend!

Allison Shops said...

The peaches look so good! Love peach cobbler.

As a regular reader of your blog, I wanted to let you know about Atticmag's new linky party - Giveaway Friday! It's a convenient place for bloggers to link their giveaways each week. We've kicked it off with a fantastic giveaway of our own. Five lucky winners will win material to do a backsplash in their homes. Hope to see you there!


Miss Mustard Seed said...

Everything look yummy and gorgeous pictures, as always. I know I'll get some good eye candy when I come here. :)

Allison said...

The Peach Pecan Cobbler looks so delicious! My husband is a peach fan and this will be a nice treat for him. I am going to make this tomorrow! Your cake stands are lovely. Beautiful photos, Maria. My mouth is watering.

Natalie @ Blossoming Visions said...

Mmmmm...This looks like a yummy for the tummy concoction. Thanks for sharing. Peaches are one of my favorite fruits!

Tracie~MyPetiteMaison said...

Hi Maria,
Thanks for the recipe and I love your baking dish, it is gorgeous. I always look over and over my Williams-Sonoma catalogs, so many good things. I used to love going in their store at Stanford when I lived down that way. I will have to try the recipe, we've got peaches falling from our tree right now and I was trying to come up with a new idea.

I've been to sweet Fifi's, she's one in a million!

Love your photos as always! Happy weekend.

manon 21 said...

j'ai fait ce dessert tout l'été ,un souvenir américain pour moi.

A kiss of provence


Monica said...

This is so yummy! The peaches are beautiful. I so miss California fruit!!! Beautiful post Maria.
Love ya. I know the children and hubby appreciated this one!

Bralliz said...

Hi Maria!
Oh, what a beautiful post! Love ur blog... And what a beautiful idea to write the recepie on a big board. Looks great!
Happy Saturday! xxoxoxo alice

mimi charmante said...

Maria - this looks incredible!!! Seeing as it is peach season, I will definitely be making it soon for the boys~
Gorgeous post, as always!

Debra@CommonGround said...

This looks absolutely so yummy. My mouth is watering, and I agree about Penzeys. They have a store in St. Louis that I love to shop. We stock up when we're there.
I know your family must love your baked goods!

AT HOME BLOG said...

Hi Maria,
I love cinnamon!! I my favourite food when I was In USA were cinnamon rolls:-)
I will try this veeeery soon it looks delicious!

vosgesparis said...

for me cinnamon belongs to the cold winter season ;) we bake apple pie, it is cold and the house smells so good.. I also always have a candle with cinnamon smell in the winter ;)

vosgesparis said...

ohh pop over to see what I found in France when I was there last week ;)

Screaming Meme said...

So sad I stopped in here! lol ;) I can't eat baked good unless they are gluten free...I miss sweet treats like this...

Hi, Im Meme from Screaming Meme...I stumbled upon your blog a few months ago and love it! Your home is beautiful! I look forward to reading your blog weekly and seeing more wonderful treasures you create! Stop in sometime for a visit! Meme

BTW...You are gorgeous too boot...:)

Slim Paley said...

ooooh! Such a pretty blog!

Best wishes,

traci said...

that looks to pretty to eat. thanks for sharing the recipe maria. i love the big chalkboard you have it written on. very cute.

Dream Mom said...

Very pretty pictures (love the big chalkboard pic with the recipe). The recipe looks delicious. Ironically, I just made homemade cinnamon rolls yesterday. The peaches would have been a nice addition.

Love the Emily Henry baking dishes. I purchased mine years ago and didn't know how good they really were until recently when I was checking into toxins-I wondered if their was lead in the glaze however their dishes are lead free; it was then that I learned about the clay and heat retention. I noticed there is other bakeware for sale that looks similar to Emile Henry but is probably not as good.

I too miss Country Home Magazine.

sf said...

This looks so yummy!!! I am totally making this for my family next weekend. Thanks for sharing this fabulous recipe.

Anonymous said...

That peach cobbler looks so DElicious, Maria! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe. Thanks, too, for the link to the Macy's website. I'm going to go check it out when I'm done here.
Hope you have a wonderful week coming up.
Hugs ~ Jo :)

Unknown said...

Hello, Maria
What a cute post! I don't cook(yes, I know...I have to learn, eventually), but after seen your step by step and all the images I felt like cooking that recipe.

Laryssa Herbert said...

Those peaches are beautiful!


I made the cobbler this weekend. Loved it so much, I blogged about it. I put a link to your site. Thanks for sharing a recipe that will be a long time favorite in this house.


Fiona's Mosaic said...

I loved country home! This looks like a great recipe too! I think I'll have to give it a go. :o)

Love love love your bedroom!

God bless,

Sandy @ My Shabby Streamside Studio said...

Looks so yummy, thanks for sharing!

Thank you so much for your kind comments on my blog!


Sandy @ My Shabby Streamside Studio

Heaven's Walk said...

Hi Maria! Yummmy!! I just bought some peaches so now I can try out your wonderful recipe! I'm soooo missing Country Home and Cottage Living magazines. They were THE best around. (sigh!) Guess I'll just have to get my 'decor fix' by wandering around your blog instead. lol! Have a wonderful evening, friend! :)

xoxo laurie@heavens-walk

Lisa Gordon said...

Your blog is beautiful and your photography amazing!!!

re:Inspire said...

Oh My! Yum Yum! I want to make those rolls! I also have to have that pie dish!!
Your photos are gorgeous!!

Emma Burgess said...

Ooo, that looks too clever for me...but delicious! You must be an amazing cook!!! Hope you are well. Emma xx

Robyn said...

UMMMM,this looks totally YUMMMMM! Any baked good with peaches in it has my name written ALL OVER IT! Heck, who am I foolin', ANY BAKED GOOD has my name written on it! LOL This one looks sooooo delish and I'm in LOVE love love with your pie plate! I HEART WS products!
Thanks for your super sweet comment on my blog about where I blog! You are so kind! ;-) Luv YA Maria!

La Dolfina said...

I can't wait to try this!
Thanks for sharing your delish recipe!

Robyn said...

HEy Maria! We changed email servers and suddenly I can't get that mail. So, I probably didn't get tons of mail! LOL My new email is THANKS!

red ticking said...

maria.. yummmmm this looks amazing... will have to try it soon... i cannot believe tomorrow is sept 1st... peaches will come to a halt soon... boo... but i do love fall... bring on the apples!
i love your blog... it is so cheery... xx

Parisienne Farmgirl said...

I tell you what my dear - you have outdone yourself with this post! The photos are wonderful! I have a ton of peaches sitting on my kitchen counter - it's such a fun season... giant Michigan peaches. I look forward to it every year.
I don't know what was making my heart swoon more, the peaches in your photographs or the blue door in the background.

Rachel Noelle Pallas said...

~*~I LOVE your giant chalkboard with the recipe on it!! Such a cute idea~*~Your blog is wonderful and your home decor is gorgeous~~~*~*Blessings,Rachel :)

Tricia said...

My that sounds delicious...especially the part about the pecan cinnamon rolls!

Gilda - Sweet Sweet Home said...

Hello I know your blog through Zaire. It is beautiful, very romantic. I decided to follow your blog. Your cake should be very good. A hug Gilda
Excuse my bad English

Simony said...

I am glad I found your blog today, now I am a follower!
Beautiful pictures.

Paula said...

Simply - WOW! I could look at these photos all day - it all looks SO beautiful (and not forgetting tasty!) x

Vintage Home said...

...Oh Yummy I love that pie & the pie plate!...

butiksofie said...

such great pics!!!Looks ooo yummi!Hughs Anja

Teresa said...

Did you know that Country Home has a special Late Summer edition out right now? It is beautiful, with only one ad. Another one is planned for fall. I miss that magazine, too!

paperbird said...

maria this peach cobbler looks amazing and i can't wait to try the recipe. thank you for the beauty i always find here and for the extra calories i am sure to put on after eating your sweet recipe!

eva said...

HI Maria, how are you ? Looks yummy .... as always, I really enjoy your blog, have a great day

Tracy ~Seeking Refinement~ said...

Maria!!! this looks so beyond delish - and I can't wait to hit up a farmers market for some late season peaches...mmmmmmm!!!!!

I love your inspiration - and hope you're well 'up there'!


Tina said...

Hi sweet Maria:) The pie looks amazing! Thanks for sharing the recipe, I cannot wait until Summer so I can make it, especially with the cinnamon scroll topping - they are one of the things I miss most from when we lived in the US - Yum:) Hugs ~ Txx

Colleen said...

Pecan peach cobbler is my all time favorite dessert. So good!

Lindy said...

Love the recipe "presentation". Very cute and fun...
I’ve been a “reader” for a while and love your blog. I’m a follower now!

hardwood furniture said...

Looks delicious! I am looking forward in doing this tomorrow when there are no classes!