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She’s Sharing Her Grandma’s Recipe For Peach Cobbler

Pour in the water, brown sugar, and cornstarch, and let the mixture cook until it starts to thicken, all while stirring often.

Remove it from the heat, then add some lemon juice and butter. Stir to combine everything together. Once the butter has melted, transfer the mixture to a nine-by-thirteen baking dish.

Now, work on the topping for the peach cobbler. In a bowl, mix together baking powder, flour, sugar, salt, room-temperature milk, and melted butter. To make it dairy-free, use almond milk instead!

Spread the topping over the peaches in the baking dish. Then, sprinkle a cinnamon nutmeg mixture on top.

To make it, combine two tablespoons of sugar and a quarter teaspoon each of nutmeg and cinnamon in a small bowl.

Bake it in the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit until the top is nice and golden and the fruit is bubbling. Serve it warm, and enjoy it with a scoop of ice cream!

If you ever want to switch it up, you can try replacing a cup of the peaches with blueberries instead.

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