Rose Mary Mogan Recipe

By Rose Mary Mogan cookinginillinois

8 to 10 people
25 Min
35 Min

This cobbler is one of my own personal favorite recipes that my mom always made, when peaches were plentiful. When ever I make it, it always reminds me of being in Arkansas when I was growing up and the smell of cinnamon throught the house, and out the window. I made 2 of these this past Mother's Day, one for my household, and the other for my best friend of 45 years. She was overjoyed. This is Southern comfort dessert at it's best.


6 lb
fresh or frozen peaches, peeled & sliced (about 10 cups)
2 c
sugar or splenda
1/4 c
all purpose flour
1 tsp
ground cinnamon
1 tsp
ground nutmeg
1 Tbsp
pure vanilla extract
1/2 stick
refrigerated rolled pie crust
1 1/2 tsp
1 1/2 tsp

Directions Step-By-Step

Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
Mix sugar with flour, one teaspoon cinnamon and one teaspoon nutmeg. In a large pot add peaches, and stir in sugar mixture and let sit until sugar begin to mix with peaches and create a light syrup.
Then place pot on stove over low heat, and bring to boil, and cook until mixture begins to thicken, about 10 to 12 minutes, or until peaches are tender.
Remove from heat and add butter and vanilla, and stir to mix. Pour half of mixture into a buttered 9 X 13 X 2 inch casserole dish, or use non stick cooking spray.Top peaches with a square of pie crust dough, shaped to fit dish & cover peaches.
Then place in oven and bake in preheated oven for 15 minutes, until crust becomes lightly browned.. Remove from oven and add remaining peaches. Roll out remaining crust and cut into strips. Place over peaches in a lattice design. Mix remaining 1 and half teaspoon of sugar and cinnamon together and sprinkle over top of crust. Return to oven and bake an additional 20 minutes, or until golden brown. NOTE: If you like a lot of crust in your cobbler, then use an additional pie crust.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Pies, Fruit Desserts
Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: Southern

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Rose Mary Mogan cookinginillinois
Jul 16, 2013
I understand, I just had to write down as I went to know how much I was using. You can bake many diabetic friendly desserts, if you feel guilty.

I am not a person that like spicy foods, but I will be happy to try your recipe. I have a recipe for Rose Mary's SOUTHERN CAVIAR SALAD that can be spicy if you add extra Jalapeno Peppers to it. But neither my husband nor I like real spicy foods, although I do make Buffalo wings Hooters Hot Wings Recipe by Rose Mary but I use a little milder hot sauce, that the much spicier ones.
Carol Martin Carol_Martin
Jul 16, 2013
HARD FOR ME TO GIVE A RECIPE AS I COOK BY SIGHT AND SMELL AND KNOWLEDGE FROM YEARS OF COOKING . I DO NOT MEASURE ANYTHING . EXCEPT WHEN BAKEING . I DONT DO MUCH OF THAT At all any more because it isn't fair to my diabetic husband . . I am going to send you a recipe for a Mexican salad . And you can put all the salsa on it or hot peppers in it you desire . ha ha ha !!!
Rose Mary Mogan cookinginillinois
Jul 16, 2013
Thanks so much Carol, I keep saying that I am going to visit Cosco, but have not gone, I hope to one day, the nearest one is about 13 miles away, so I suppose that is why I have never gone because Sam's Club is closer, & I am a member.

We will be visiting North Carolina NEXT WEEK for our Family Reunion, IT WILL BE THE FIRST TIME I have ever been there. I have a Brother there that is a Professor at a University there, and he is also a minister, so both my husband and I are looking forward to out time together with Family and friends. I will be sure to keep you posted.

When I was a kid we had Biscuits for Breakfast and Corn Bread for Supper, and if we had left overs, mama made CUSH FOR BREAKFAST, a sort of stove top stuffing on top of the stove with onions and other spices. Wow hadn't thought about CUSH in some time. smile.

Your Chicken & Dumplings sounds delicious, I have used Rotisserie Chicken for that too. I do have a recipe posted for Remix-CHICKEN & DUMPLINGS DEEP DISH POT PIE that I made from left over Chicken & Dumplings, I made one using Pie Crust, and the picture you see here, I used Crescent Roll dough, and gave it away to my helper and her family, the first time I topped it with the crescent was because I was out of the pie Crust, but I like the puffiness of the dough and will make it on purpose next time with the crescent dough. smile

You see we do cook alike. smile Bisquick is my new favorite go to item, because I always made things from scratch, bisquick makes it so much faster and easier. smile My husband grew up with Bisquick and I grew up with the scratch version. Thanks for your comments Carol.
Carol Martin Carol_Martin
Jul 15, 2013
beautiful day here in Oregon !!!. 2 great recipes rose , thank you so much . I buy my chickens at COSTCO ,They are huge and hubby and I get one a week for just the 2 of us . My roots on my mothers side are from N. Carolina . My grandparents made corn bread every single night of their lives and had the left overs for breakfast the next morning .
I have done pretty much the same thing with Costco chicken . only I use Pepperidge Farm corn bread dressing mix In our family it isn't dressing if it isn't corn bread .Another thing I do with chicken is to make "Quickie chicken and Dumplings " use the same cream of chicken recipe for the liquid .you can take the chicken off the bones or just cut it apart into thighs , drumsticks breast ,etcetera .The chicken goes on the bottom of pan .next goes the onion and celery (I do not use green pepper in this ). Add all the jelled juices in the bottom of the container the chicken came in to the soup mix . this makes it taste like the chicken has been cooked in the gravy from the start . place on the stove and heat until the chicken starts to bubble .I use Bisquick because I never have a failure with it and the dumpling recipe is on the back of the package . make a salad or veggie or both. Serve the gravy over the dumplings . This is quick and easy and yummy

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Rose Mary Mogan cookinginillinois
Jul 11, 2013
Deborah it is always great to get Belated compliments, no matter when you get them. Thanks so much, and so glad you liked the cobbler.