This is the simplest peach cobbler one can imagine and so delicious….. Place a scoop of ice cream on top and you are in peaches cobbler heaven…yummy!!
1 cup flour
1 cup milk
1cup of sugar
2 sticks of butter
1large can of peaches
In the 350* oven I place my casserole dish with the 2 sticks of butter to be melting….
In a separate bowl I pour one cup of flour, one cup of milk and one cup of sugar and stir well until smooth and creamy…..
When the butter melts I pour the can of peaches in and then I pour the mixture all over the peaches. ( No stirring )
Cook until you have a crust on top about 40 minutes.
Serve with a scoop of ice cream!!!! Yummee!!
If you decide you want a cobbler different than peach then I recommend JR Steven’s book on Cobblers, brown Betty’s, grunts, bucklers and many more, …..He has a lot of excellent recipes and they are easy to follow…they are also delicious….click on the imagine below!!!
The next time you start cooking remember to toss in some of your favorite spices….they are really a good healthy source of nutrients and can do so much in the healing process because they help with inflammatory issues, mood issue and many other issues, too many to name…..I have a book on spices that may help you to understand the importance of using them….
May help: Quell inflammation, inhibit tumors.
Turmeric, the goldenrod-colored spice, is used in India to help wounds heal (it’s applied as a paste); it’s also made into a tea to relieve colds and respiratory problems. Modern medicine confirms some solid-gold health benefits as well; most are associated with curcumin, a compound in turmeric that has potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Curcumin has been shown to help relieve pain of arthritis, injuries and dental procedures; it’s also being studied for its potential in managing heart disease, diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease. Researcher Bharat Aggarwal is bullish on curcumin’s potential as a cancer treatment, particularly in colon, prostate and breast cancers; preliminary studies have found that curcumin can inhibit tumor cell growth and suppress enzymes that activate carcinogens.
May help: Lift your mood.
Saffron has long been used in traditional Persian medicine as a mood lifter, usually steeped into a medicinal tea or used to prepare rice. Research from Iran’s Roozbeh Psychiatric Hospital at Tehran University of Medical Sciences has found that saffron may help to relieve symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and depression. In one study, 75% of women with PMS who were given saffron capsules daily reported that their PMS symptoms (such as mood swings and depression) declined by at least half, compared with only 8 percent of women who didn’t take saffron.
Must-Read: 4 Foods to Boost Your Mood
May help: Inhibit breast cancer-cell growth.
University of Missouri scientists found that this herb can actually inhibit breast cancer-cell growth, reported Holly Pevzner in the September/October 2011 issue of EatingWell Magazine. In the study, animals that were given apigenin, a compound abundant in parsley (and in celery), boosted their resistance to developing cancerous tumors. Experts recommend adding a couple pinches of minced fresh parsley to your dishes daily.
Have you ever learned how to can those awesome fresh foods from your garden or from the market place? There are lots of vegetables that you can use for canning to have for next winter, but also many fruits that you can make your famous jams or jellies or even Marmalade’s with, too……This book is for the ones of us that know very little about this skill….
Don’t forget your paper towels….what kitchen would be complete without them….I use Bounty but there are several brands to choose from….just click on the pictures below and you will be relocated over to Amazon to shop all you want….
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Easter holiday is in 1 week and most of us start cooking this week. We have all traditions to keep, recipes from our grandmothers to prepare and menu to make. Time will pass so fast next week so make a list this weekend with all the dishes you think about making for Easter. It will […]
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Easter is almost here so when you are coloring things with your children you might want to stick with coloring the eggs and not the pets….just a reminder 🙂