Very rich and delicious, this is a very old recipe probably from the 1950’s.
1- 29oz. can sliced peaches, drained
1 stick of butter melted in an 8×8″ Pyrex pan
1 cup of self-rising flour
3/4 cup of sugar
1 cup milk
1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Pour drained peaches over melted butter
Mix together with a whisk all remaining ingredients. Pour over peaches and butter.
Bake ate 350 degrees for 40 minutes or until top is golden brown.

This is one very easy recipe and the results are delicious.
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  1. I love this Recipe..when you want Quick Peach cobler..but 8 still love the original peach cobbler made with pie crust. I do this one with Apple's and Also with cherries and strawberries And Pineapple And you can mix the fruits to. Thanks for Sharing

  2. My aunt (who was born in 1906) made this with just the peaches, 1 stick butter, 1 cup sr flour, 1 cup sugar, 1 cup milk, made in the same order as yours. Incredibly easy and always delicious!

  3. Hi Phyllis, this is the same exact recipe my mother always made, except she included the syrup from the peaches to make it extra juicy. We just loved it. She has since passed on, but I still make it exactly like her. Thank you! Love all your videos. Please try it at least once adding the syrup. It's
    delish! ☺

  4. Awesome story. I have to go to Walmart even though it is 25 miles away from me. I live in the country and not close to anything really. But I love me a good win-co grocery store. Love, love, love their bulk spices and things like that.

  5. Phyllis, getting ready to make this, none of my wierd substitutions this time. I really love your channel and your recipes, but what I like most is listening to you talk us through what you're doing. Have a great day.

  6. I was delicious! I didn't have peaches so I used pears, didn't have self rising flour so I used a "just add water" pancake mix, also out of eggs  and it still turned out fine. My tummy is so very happy.

  7. This is the recipe I grew up eating. I use pie filling unless it's a dewberry cobbler, then I use fresh. It's so easy and so delicious !

  8. Been feeling like I have lack of energy lately. 2nd day of smoothies may take alittle longer to get my energy back. Thank you Phyillis for the smoothie recipes.

  9. Mrs Phyllis, Remember I said, I would be having a tag on me saying BUTTERBALL and After this!! O-M-O Oh Lord Help me Jesus! Mrs Phyllis the tag is now Going To say like when you see those Trucks Bulling a Mobile Home, it says:::::WIDE LOAD! That's Going to be me, yep that's going to me. Do you ever use splendra? LOL Oh my Lord help me this stuff is just amazingly GREAT!! I'm sending you heartfelt Huggs big huggz 🙂 You are my best buddy Mrs Phyllis. ox ox

  10. I have made this recipe for probably 40 years! My sons favorite! However my recipe calls for the juice off the peaches to be included. Then I sprinkle cinnamon/sugar mixture over the crust midway of the baking. Yum! I need to make this again!

  11. Hey ms. Phyllis that's how I've always made mine. I never put vanilla in it and I put brown sugar on the top. In gonna try it with vanilla next time. It's been years tho.

  12. I made this with a can of Fruit Cocktail in light syrup and it was delish. TY for the recipe. I love going to my Daughter's house in Taylors SC and walking across the street to the BI-LO to shop.

  13. I have a similiar recipe mine doesnt have egg or vanilla and I use the syrup from the peaches instead of the milk it came from my friends grandmother we love it

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