If you feel the urge to try to duplicate the world's largest peach cobbler at home, here is the recipe. But from experience, we suggest this undertaking be left to the professionals. Below is a great recipe for a cobbler you can make at home as well as other great peach recipes. There's no better dessert than one made with the sweet Georgia Peach.
75 gallons sliced fresh Georgia peaches
150 pounds of self-rising flour
150 pounds sugar
32 gallons milk
90 pounds of butter
Divide self-rising flour, sugar and milk into six equal parts and pour into six clean trash cans. Mix thoroughly with clean boat paddle. Sizzle 90 pounds of butter in a 5 ft. x 11 ft. baking pan six inches deep. Pour in batter then add 75 gallons of sliced peaches. Bake at 350 degrees for about four hours until golden brown. If you can’t get fresh or fresh frozen peaches, you better be prepared to open a lot of giant cans of peaches.
2 cups sliced fresh Georgia peaches
1 cup self-rising flour
1 cup sugar
1 cup milk
1 stick of butter
Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. Mix together 1 cup self- rising flour, 1 cup sugar and 1 cup milk. Melt butter in microwave oven and pour into empty disposable baking pan. Be sure butter is sizzling and then add batter mixture and top with fresh peaches. Bake 25 to 30 minutes in the pre-heated oven until golden brown. If you can’t get fresh or fresh frozen peaches, use one large can of Georgia peaches.
For more Peach Recipes, visit the website of the Georgia Peach Council.
Blender full of sweetened fruit
1 can of evaporated milk
1 can of condensed milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
Add evaporated milk, condensed milk and vanilla to fruit and blend. Pour into ice cream churn container and add whole milk to the fill-line. Stir and freeze in electric
or hand cranked churn.
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3/4 as much sugar as pulp
Peel and cut peaches, remove seeds from the oranges and lemon. Grind in a coarse meat grinder. To this add 3/4 as much sugar as pulp. No water. Cook until clear. Pour into jars.
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2 cups washed and drained fruit
2 cups sugar
Bring to boil, stirring constantly. When boiling hard, add 2 tablespoons vinegar. Turn down heat, cook slowly for 30 minutes. Do not stir
anymore. Pour into jars. For best results cook only this amount at a time.
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