- Tasteful Entertaining
Did you know that April 13 is National Peach Cobbler Day? Who doesn’t love peaches?
Peach cobbler is a deep-dish fruit pie, made with peaches and biscuits (or its equivalent).1 Peach Cobbler Day was created by the Georgia Peach Council in the 1950’s to promote the consumption of canned peaches.1
To celebrate the day, we’ve gathered three of our favorite cobbler recipes featuring Libby’s® Canned Fruits from a few of our guest bloggers over the years who created these quick, easy and delicious dishes.
Looking for a light, delicious spin on a classic peach cobbler for your weekend brunch menu? Try this Easy Breakfast Peach Cobbler featuring Libby’s® Peach Slices in 100% Fruit Juice by Jessica in the Kitchen. No need to worry about calories because this cobbler is only 195 calories per serving, compared to the normal 330 calories per serving.2
Peaches and Cream
For anyone looking for an alternative to white sugar when making a peach cobbler try this Easy Peach Cobbler, which swaps out white sugar for pure maple syrup by Thrifty NW Mom. A quick and tasty recipe that can be enjoyed year-round using Libby’s® Canned Peaches.
For another spin on the tasty dish try Salubrious RD delicious Apricot, Bacon and Ginger Mini Cobblers. The mini cobblers are filled with Libby’s® Apricot Halves in Pear Juice, along with savory bacon and a dash of ginger. After just one bite your family will be asking for seconds.
Try the recipes above and for more ideas visit Libby’s® Recipe Box.