As I gear up for my adventure to the South, I thought I would try out a few Southern classics. My boyfriend and I are taking a little vacation / road trip down South along the East Coast. We are starting off in Maryland for a fun-filled family Crab bake, headed over to Washington D.C. for a little history and night life, flying over to Myrtle Beach for a taste of South Carolina, driving down to Savannah for a little Southern love, and lastly stopping in Orlando for some Florida fun. Do not worry, I plan to have my camera strapped around my neck the entire time – so stay posted for few detailed posts of what I learned while on our adventure.
Anyways, because of my love for the South I thought I would kick start our little trip by making a classic old fashioned Southern Peach Cobbler. This recipe was given to me by my food-loving co-worker (and friend!). I love the addition of fresh spices in classic recipes so I added a little twist and upped the ante by lightly adding in some fresh nutmeg and cinnamon into the mix. I cannot wait to taste my way through the South and hopefully will come back with tons of yummy recipes and photos to share; but for now, enjoy this delicious Southern Peach Cobbler.
Southern Peach Cobbler
with freshly ground Nutmeg + Cinnamon
6 Cups of Peaches, peels and thinly sliced
Nutmeg, freshly ground
Mix together the Bisquick®, milk, butter and white sugar in a large bowl. Once thoroughly mixed carefully spoon the mixture onto the peaches. Place back into the oven and bake for 20 minutes or until the top has become golden and crisp.
Set the cobbler aside to cool. Slice and serve warm topped with your favorite vanilla ice cream.