Cantaloupe Peach Cobbler


Melissa Johnson Recipe

By Melissa Johnson genealogymama


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Bake
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This is a delicious cobbler for anyone who isn't crazy about peaches! It's perfect for summertime and it's easier to fix than you think. It can be doubled, tripled, and quadrupled very easily. The taste will AMAZE you! I hope you all enjoy it!

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Notes from the Test Kitchen:
Warm cantaloupe?! Turns out it's amazing! I sure never would have thought it up by myself, so thank goodness for Melissa. We just loved this recipe.

Ingredients

1
ripe cantaloupe, seeded, peeled, cubed
1 can(s)
large, peaches - drained
1/2 c
sugar
1/4 tsp
ground ginger
1/2 tsp
nutmeg
1 tsp
cinnamon
1 tsp
vanilla
1/2 stick
butter
1 pinch
salt
1 stick
butter (to be melted in pan during preparation)
TOPPING
1 c
flour, self rising
1 c
sugar
1 c
milk
1 tsp
vanilla
1/4 tsp
cinnamon

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy


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75 Comments

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linda salisbury lindakidwell1017
Aug 13, 2015
this recipe sounds very good and I can't wait to try it. I went through the comments and you pretty much answered all of my questions. I love cantaloupe and I love peaches so this should be awesome. thanks for posting this recipe. God Bless and have a great day.....
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ammie joseph honeywax
Jul 9, 2015
I made this clobber for dinner yesterday(7-8-15),and it was delicious.I have just one question what do you do with the liquid from the peaches? I just added to the ingredients because you will need some to cook it with.The dish is very good,My mother made a cantaloupe pie years ago and this reminds me of her pie minus the peaches.Now i can go back and make her pie. Thanks for bringing back memories.
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Melissa Johnson genealogymama
Jul 2, 2015
I would try to start with about 6 fresh peaches. If you use fresh peaches in a regular peach cobbler, thats what i would do then add more peaches to your taste. I would also cook them some before adding them to the cantaloupe just to prevent them from being too hard. Sometimes fresh peaches tend to be a bit tough unless you cook them. Good luck and please post how it turns out!
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ammie joseph honeywax
Jul 2, 2015
Can i use fresh peaches in place of can,if so how much.MY mother did this when i was a child and i never could find the right combination for it. Thanks for bringing it back. I am making it for the holiday.
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Patricia Butler pbutler111
Jun 8, 2015
I would love to try it, but I need the ingredients quantified somehow. Worlds like "medium" and "large" are relative and subjective. Is a medium cantaloupe 7"? 5"? 8"? Is a large can of peaches 12 oz or 36 oz? Please help!