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Summer's over, but you can still have your peaches in this crazy quick 'n crunchy cobbler!
A fresh baking dish of steaming spiced peaches emerges from the oven, finds it's way topped with granola and slathered in caramel sauce to create a beautiful, rich Caramel Peach Cobbler dessert that's so easy, it'll have you dancing in the kitchen with a spoon and your groovy pants.
Ready to get cooking? Welcome all the flavors of fall into your house by making this simple, broiled peach cobbler. To get started, just grab a bag of Cascadian Farm organic frozen peaches and toss them in a little baking dish.
Toss a bunch of sugar and your favorite spices right on top. There's not a single quicker way to warm up frozen peaches than with cinnamon and spice.
Did someone say butter? Yeah, you're going to need melted butter. This has everything to do with flavor and nothing to do with your waistline. Just keep telling yourself that.
Toss your peaches into the oven and broil them until they are golden brown and bubbly.
Once broiled toss a bunch of Cascadian Farm granola cereal on top. That granola is as organic as your peaches. This has everything to do with your health, and nothing to do with your bathroom scale. Just keep telling yourself that.
Caramel baby! Drizzle it right on top of your granola.
All you need now is a scoop of ice cream. Make it organic if you please, just make it BIG. Like I said, this has NOTHING to do with your waistline, bathroom scale, or diet plan. Grab a spoon and enjoy!
More Easy Peach Treats
If peaches are your thing, try these easy dessert recipes that start with delish frozen peaches:
Peach Pie Recipe
Easy Peach Kuchen Recipe
3-Ingredient Peach Crisp Recipe
Peach Upside-Down Cake Recipe
Creamy Peach Smoothies Recipe
More peaches? Sure! Try our awesome Peach Cobbler Recipes collection for lots more cobbler versions to try!
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What's your favorite way to eat peaches?