Peach Cobbler Cookies
Total TimePrep: 30 min. Bake: 15 min./batch
Makesabout 4-1/2 dozen
Very cake-like. Dough seemed dry and was hard to work with. I’ll try again but I’ll add two eggs rather than one and double the peaches.
Really good; I doubled the recipe and froze the cookie dough balls and baked as needed. They were a real hit!
AWSOME I added a splash of peach schnapps
Wow! Not a huge fan of peaches but these are delicious! We have some peach trees that produced a good crop so wanted to use up the peaches I didn't can. Definitely a keeper.
These are excellent cookies! I followed the recipe exactly and the cookies quickly disappeared at a family reunion. I’m going to make another batch and am wondering if they can be frozen. Has anyone tried freezing these cookies?
Really tasty! I added turbinado sugar on top.
Excellent flavor! I made a batch of these with freshly-picked peaches, and they were delicious. They are very moist, though, so not what I consider "cookie jar" cookies. These are "eat within a couple of days" cookies. Fortunately, they're so good, that is not a problem!
Could canned peaches be substituted for fresh in the recipe? After thoroughly patting as much liquid from peaches, of course.
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Very good cookies!!