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Well I know about the southern drawl but this cobbler has me doing the southern drool! If you just quickly take a look at that photo, I’m sure you understand. Now, I love me some pie crust in my peach cobbler but this shortbread cobbler recipe is a nice change of pace and it works really well together. What I like most about this recipe is the presentation. What I mean is that a normal cobbler looks like, well, a cobbler. But this dessert presents itself very nicely and you will be the star of your next potluck or tailgate.
Let us know how yours turns out and share with all your friends. Also, we would love you to post photos of the finished product! I wish I had a photo but the cobbler was gone before I could reach for my camera! So, the picture you see is a professional pic of the cobbler that someone else made. I guarantee that my cobbler didn’t turn out looking that pretty BUT it absolutely tasted like a miracle. I promise you, this is a scrumptious dessert that you simply must not miss out on 🙂
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Quick Tip: Don’t like peaches? How about trying this with pear.