“I have such a sweet tooth that even when I’m trying to cut calories, it’s tough to skip dessert. So I adapted one of my favorite peach pie recipes to make this light, no-crust delight,” writes Susan Wilson from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Most of the fat and sugar is eliminated from this grilled version of peach cobbler. A perfect finish to a summer barbecue, this dessert always impresses our guests. —Michelle Sandoval, Escalon, California
For a comforting old-fashioned treat, try this yummy peach cobbler suggested by field editor Doris Heath from Franklin, North Carolina. "I sometimes make it with cherries, apples or apricots instead," Doris shares.
This four-ingredient dessert sent by Claire Gable of Camarillo, California easily whips into a spur-of-the-moment sensation. Both of you will be sweet on this satisfying specialty that's made with instant oatmeal and flavorful fruit.
“This cobbler is a little non-traditional,” notes Graciela Sandvigen of Rochester, New York, “but it will soon be at the front of your recipe list because it's an easy and tasty dessert.” TIP: “Serve it warm with French vanilla ice cream,” Graciela recommends.
Old-fashioned, delicious and easy-to-make describe this peach cobbler. Fresh from the oven and served with a scoop of ice cream, it will earn you rave reviews at the table.
-Doris Heath, Franklin, North Carolina