There Is No Way You Will Be Able To Pass This One!

I think my favorite thing to do in the kitchen is bake. I love making sweets and coming up with new ideas for my classic kitchen recipes. For example, I love baking sweet treats like brownies, but changing them up to include other toppings like sprinkles, marshmallows, or a variety of nuts sprinkled over a layer of caramel. Whatever my husband asks me to make for dessert, I like to find a way to switch it up.


Now, something else I also love to do is eat typical fall desserts in the summer and typical summer desserts in the winter. I guess the weather really has nothing to do with it because living in Miami, we have perpetual summer around here. There is no changing it and it likely will not get cold for over a couple of days, so I like to enjoy the same foods year ‘round. One of my favorites is making a peach cobbler. Well, let’s be honest, I love ALL cobblers. There is just something so so delicious about that crispy topping over a classic fruit layer or chocolate. Whatever the case, I love what is on top (I tend to pick that part out first, shhh!).

Photo and recipe courtesy of Center Cut Cook.




Quick Tip: Use any fruit filling you’d like.


What the heck in McArthur Milk???? Goat milk or something? Never ever heard of such a thing.Called the grocery store and they put me through to the dairy manager and she had never heard of it. Asked several people including a pastry chef and none had ever heard of such thing. So guess we will not be making this peach dessert.

Duh-uh, Patty. If you read the list of ingredients you will see that name brand sugar, butter, etc. are listed. so it would be safe to assume that McArthur is a brand name, not a type of milk. Too bad you won’t be making this cobbler. The rest of us will and we’ll enjoy it on your behalf.

Almond milk would work in this, but coconut mild might give it an extra little something! I would try both to see which you like best.

Absolutely! I recommend almond milk for this particular recipe. You might want to add a bit more butter to get that creamy effect that whole cow’s milk gives.

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