Easy Dessert Recipes That Are Just Peachy | Today's Special with Ashley Moore



Peaches are pretty special on their own, but Ashley has a few ideas up her sleeve for easy ways to take them up a notch.

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I grew up eating this made with the home canned peaches. Kentucky origin. The fresh peaches were mostly eaten in shortcake if not served as is.

Hi. Your Sonker reminds me of Cupa,Cupa,Cupa. 1 cup flour, milk, fruit. Melt butter in pan, place canned fruit in pan, cover with mixed flour n milk. Bake 400* for about an hour. The recipe has been around longer than described by Dolly Parton in Steele Magnolias, the movie. Your Sonker, you are just cooking raw fruit first for awhile then milk, flour batter n bake more. Great with a scoop of ice cream. I know what I'm cooking tomorrow on these cooler days. Peace to you and yours

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Ashley, I loved the look of each of those desserts and you are a great chef and your family is so fortunate to have you cooking for them. I love peaches and use to eat them all the time, but we don't have them here like we did when I was young and my grandmother cooked cobblers from the ones we got from her peach tree which was beside their house.

What you call Sonker my Mema called a cobbler.
We came from Chattanooga, Tn. area. Mema would make her cobbler in a loaf pan. One stick of butter melted in the pan first. Then she would top with the fruit mixture. ( your recipe is almost identical. ) then she would pour on the batter ( 1 c. self-rising flour, 1 c. sugar, 1 c. milk ). Then she would bake it. SO good, especially topped with Papa's homemade ice cream!!!

If you have super juicy peaches … peel them over a bowl. Put that juice in your dish and you may be able to cut back on sugar

This looks luscious. I do have a question. My broiler has 2 temperatures, high and low. Which were you using? Thx

OMG. I've never heard of a sonker before but now I have to make it! I hope you won't be offended if I sub out the pancake mix I make from my sourdough starter, though! Thank you for the inspiration.

My Grandmother was from Oklahoma and her recipe was very similar-a little more sugar and fresh nutmeg and cinnamon( which yours doesnโ€™t have! First time Iโ€™ve seen this recipe in years!

This looks so good! When I was a kid, me and my cousins would walk/hike out in the hills around my Grannyโ€™s house in WV and go blackberry picking. Then she would make us a blackberry cobbler when we got back. And it just so happens that today, she wouldโ€™ve been 102 – great memories.

A while back I said to myself how great Ashley would be hosting her own clips. So great to see that happening — she's just terrific.

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I only ever check the skins carefully and wash and dry the peaches… Then I cut them in half and twist them off the pit and slice them… The skins are soft to me and they give off the most gorgeous burgundy colour ramdomly in the desert and you get a little fibre too.

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