Nectarine Cinnamon-Sugar Cobbler

Nectarine Cinnamon-Sugar Cobbler

Why should peaches get all the attention this summer?  In the South, we love our peaches, don’t get me wrong, but I love that I can just bite right into a nectarine without the peach fuzz. Peach skin is perfectly edible, full of anti-oxidants and is one of the best cancer-fighting foods but I still prefer to peel it for cobbler.

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Not having to peel the nectarines for this cobbler not only gets the cobbler in the oven quicker but the nectarine skins are chock full of fiber and vitamin C.

So, doesn’t that make Nectarine Cinnamon-Sugar Cobbler “healthy”? Ha Ha Well, maybe not the most healthy dessert but adding fresh fruit to any dish is a plus any way you look at it.

This is absolutely my go-to cobbler recipe. What I love most about it is you don’t have to cook the filling before baking and you don’t have to cut in the butter into the crust mixture. You just pour the batter over the fruit and butter and the buttery crust rises to the top as it bakes!

How-To Pics

Melt butter in the oven. Measure flour and sugar, then, milk, and vanilla. Slice the peaches or nectarines and toss with flour and sugar mixture.

Pour the thin batter over the melted butter in the baking pan or casserole dish. DO NOT STIR. Arrange peaches or nectarines over the batter. DO NOT STIR.

Pour the thin batter over the melted butter in the baking pan or casserole dish. DO NOT STIR. Arrange peaches or nectarines over the batter. DO NOT STIR.

Nectarine Cinnamon-Sugar Cobbler. Nectarines can be used anywhere a peach is called for in a recipe-without having to peel it. Served in a square casserole dish with antique spoon.

Bake the cobbler on the middle rack of the oven at 350 degrees for 40 minutes or until the crust is lightly browned and the fruit mixture is bubbly. the texture of this cobbler is cake-like. For a peach cobbler with an oatmeal cookie crumble topping try Blueberry Peach Cobbler. (You can always omit the blueberries and use 4 cups of peaches.)

Enjoy this quick and easy fruit cobbler with nectarines, peaches, plums, bing/Ranier cherries, or apricots. IN the Winter, you can use drained canned peaches.

The Shortcuts:

  • Self-rising flour has the leavening already in it.
  • You can purchase cinnamon-sugar already combined.
  • Nectarines are basically peaches you don’t have to peel.

More Peach Recipes:

Peach Cobbler Version on ABC 33/40’s Talk of Alabama

Picture of Kathleen Royal Phillips and Nicole Allshouse on Talk of Alabama making peach cobbler

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Nectarine Cinnamon-Sugar Cobbler
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
52 mins
 

Nectarine Cinnamon-Sugar Cobbler. Nectarines can be used anywhere a peach is called for in a recipe-without having to peel it.

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: cobbler, easy, fruit, fruit pie, nectarine, peach jam, peaches, summer dessert
Servings: 6 servings
Author: Kathleen Royal Phillips
Ingredients
  • 5 nectarines
  • 1/2 cup salted butter cut into pieces
  • 1 cup self-rising flour or 1 cup all-purpose plus 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 3/4 cup whole or 2 % milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Cinnamon Sugar:
  • 2 tablespoons granulated sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350°
  2. Place butter pieces in a 1 1/2 to 2 -quart casserole dish or 9x9-inch baking dish or pan. Place the dish in the oven to melt the butter while you slice nectarines and prepare the batter.

  3. (About 8 minutes or until melted and bubbly.) If you are still slicing fruit when it ready, just remove from oven.
  4. Meanwhile slice nectarines about 1/2-inch thick. (about 3 cups sliced)
  5. Stir together flour and sugar. Add milk and vanilla and stir until smooth.
  6. Pour batter over melted butter. DO NOT STIR. Arrange sliced nectarines in a single layer over batter. DO NOT STIR. Sprinkle with Cinnamon Sugar. Bake for 40 minutes or until golden brown and bubbly around the edges.

Recipe Notes

Shortcut: You can purchase cinnamon-sugar already combined at the grocery store and even the Dollar Tree.

 

Author: gritsandgouda

Hi! I’m Kathleen. I’m a food stylist, recipe developer, cookbook author, and event planner loving life in a charming town called Gardendale, Alabama, with my husband and two teenage children. I love to cook and laugh…not necessarily in that order.

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