Grandma Baskin’s Peach Cobbler

Shop early to find the super sweet peaches at the Coppell Farmers Market this June, with the promise of more to come this July.

Many varieties of peach trees grown all across north and east Texas didn’t get enough chill hours this past winter to be highly productive. Farmers report that late season peaches will bear the most fruit this year.

Here’s a favorite of our market manager’s, Amanda Austin. Her Grandmother Baskin’s peach cobbler.

1 *homemade pie crust (or store bought), cut into 1 inch strips.
4 Cups of ripe peaches , skinned and pitted
1 Cup of sugar
3 tablespoons of unsalted butter, cut into bits
Ice cream

Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Lightly grease 2 quart casserole. Gently mix sugar and peaches.

Lay strips of pie crust on bottom of dish. Then alternate layers of  peach mixture and pie crust strips, dot with butter as you go. Finish with layer of pie crust strips. Bake 45 mins until top is golden and filling is bubbling .

*We recommend this pie crust  recipe for taste close to Grandma Baskin’s.


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