Everyday Dorie: Drop-Biscuit Peach (and Blueberry) Cobbler

August 13, 2021 at 1:27 pm | Posted in cobbler, crisps, shortcakes, everyday dorie, groups, sweet things | 6 Comments
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drop-biscuit peach (and blueberry) cobbler

Is it even August if you don’t make at least a couple of peach desserts? This Drop-Biscuit Peach Cobbler is a quick and easy way to a summer classic. The cobbler topping here is made from more of a batter than a dough…rather than working butter into the dry ingredients, you just stir in a buttermilk and heavy cream combo. And you don’t pat out and cut the biscuits, you just spoon them on top of your peaches (if you have some berries, throw those in, too). What you get is a lighter, cakier topping than a true biscuit cobbler, but it’s great on the cooked fruit. I also made the biscuit shortcake variation of the recipe earlier in the summer.

For the recipe, see Everyday Dorie by Dorie Greenspan, and head over to Cook the Book Fridays to see all of our cobblers this week.

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  1. Looks great! I liked this light version and will make it again!

  2. The deep golden brown crust in a brown pie pan with berries peeking through is so adorable.

  3. I agree with your August/fruit reference. We enjoyed this one but the full recipe I think the biscuit/fruit ratio is a bit off but still happy eating.

  4. Yours looks so cute and shareable! Love it!

  5. Your cobblers looks delicious. My granddaughter has been here for a week (first time I have seen her since 12/19) so we decided to make her great-grandmother’s peach crisp instead. It was delicious and a good memory. We bought a box of peaches (40 of them) in nearby Palisades from a family-owned orchard begun in 1932! I have peaches on hand so will get Dorie’s cobbler made next week. We also made Dorie’s pimento cheese – so yummy.

    • a peach crisp sounds delicious! i haven’t made the cheese yet, but have my supplies.


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