Saturday, June 30, 2012

Dutchoven Peach Cobbler (a recipe that turned into a photo overload)

A few weekends ago, we went up to the mountain for the first overnighter of the summer! It was LONG overdue! Let me get something straight... we used to spend every weekend on Kolob mountain. I'm not exaturating. In fact, 4 days after I was released from the hospital, after an emergency c-section... guess where we ventured off to? You guessed it.
We love Kolob. If you can't tell.
But back to the subject...
After a long day of fishing
We sat down to an amazing dinner of pork chops, dutch oven potatoes and our favorite baked beans.
These guys are great cooks!
BUT.... thats not what this post was about either :)
It is about the cobbler. The hot, yummy, moist, sweet, peachy cobbler.
It was really that good. And super duper easy!

1 box Yellow Cake mix
2 cups Sprite (or any lemon lime soda)
2 big cans of canned peaches (you can drain the juice or not, if you do, your cobbler will be a little dryer)
1 stick cold margarine

Dump your peaches in the bottom of the dutch oven. Mix the sprite and cake mix together and pour on top of the peaches, spead it evenly. Dot the top with slices of butter.
Now the cooking part is a little forign to me still, the guys did that part.What they told me they did was placed the dutchoven on hot briquettes (about 15-20) and then added 12-15 briquettes to the lid. After 10 minutes the rotated the dutchoven about 1/3 turn and rearranged the top briquettes. Then cooked for another 20 minuted, checking often until cake was set.
Serve with ice cream, or whipped cream, or plain!
then have your husband do the clean up! Because he is sweet like that :)
Nothing hotter than a man doing the dishes! ;)


whiplash said...

One simple trick to cleanup - line dutch oven with heavy duty aluminum foil. Our scouts do this whenever they dutch oven cook - it makes cleanup very easy.

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