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Peach Cobbler Bars

August 04, 2011

I love twitter for so many reasons. To start, I have made so many fabulous friends. I truly make new friends daily, but I always come across the latest and great information on news, health, fitness, recipes, social media and more. I was so excited when Regan Jones from The Professional Palate posted a recipe for Blueberry Cobbler Bars inspired by her grandfather. I know Regan from her days at Cooking Light and Weight Watchers magazines when I was working at Southern Living.  When I saw her tweet about her recipe, I told her I must try it with peaches. Well, it worked beautifully. These Peach Cobbler Bars are not only so easy, but out of this world.

Peach Cobbler Bars

Prep: 20 minutes
Cook: 30 minutes
Yield: 12 servings
2/3 cup light brown sugar, divided
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1 Zest of 1 lemon
1/2 cup cold unsalted butter
1 egg, lightly beaten
2 cups chopped fresh peaches
1 tablespoon all-purpose flour
1. Preheat the oven to 400F. Coat an 8- x 8-inch baking pan with cooking spray.

2. Combine 1/3 cup brown sugar, flour, baking powder, cinnamon and lemon zest. Cut in butter until mixture resembles coarse meal. Add egg and mix just until blended. Pat two-thirds of dough into prepared pan. Bake at 400F for five minutes. Remove the pan and let cool 10 minutes. Turn oven down to 375F.

3. Combine remaining 1/3 cup brown sugar, peaches and 1 tablespoon flour. Sprinkle evenly over crust; crumble remaining mixture over blueberries.

4. Bake for 30 minutes at 375 degrees, or until top is lightly browned. Allow to cool before cutting into squares.


26 Responses to “Peach Cobbler Bars”
August, 04 2011at 10:19 pm
gosh Alison - these look FABULOUS!!! i'm going to see if we still have peaches when we get home and make a batch of these - LOVE!
August, 04 2011at 07:02 am
A simple dessert that features the brilliant sweetness of these seasonal treats! Beautiful darling!
August, 04 2011at 07:50 am
Love this idea, Alison! You can never have too many peach recipes and I've just added a new one to my collection.
August, 04 2011at 08:02 am
And I love Twitter for the same reasons..The bars look so easy t make and full of fruity goodness.
Sharon says:
August, 04 2011at 09:02 am
Heavenly Alison. I can't wait to make these
LIsa says:
August, 04 2011at 09:02 am
omg. These are going on my weekend list! You go girl!
August, 04 2011at 09:16 am
Amazing. I could eat for BF right now! Have a beautiful day!
August, 04 2011at 09:23 am
Love the soft light on the peaches. Very pretty. Always look for new bar ideas.
Marge says:
August, 04 2011at 09:24 am
Maybe I'll make a batch of each-- blueberry and peach, that is-- it will be like eating with two of my Southern Progress friends!
August, 04 2011at 09:26 am
I know! Twitterville is such a welcoming place to be. These look like little bars of bliss. I DIE.
August, 04 2011at 09:44 am
This dessert just screams Summer! I've been loving all of the peach-filled recipes floating around Blog World lately. Peaches are one of my favorite fruits and I have 2 pounds in my pantry just waiting to be made into a beautiful Summer dessert! Thanks for sharing! :)
August, 04 2011at 09:52 am
oooh, these look wonderful. Such a treat
August, 04 2011at 10:39 am
Oh Alison, these look wonderful! My grandfather would've LOVED these. Thanks so much for including me in your post.
Maria says:
August, 04 2011at 10:40 am
Peaches are so good right now! I bet they are even better in these bars:)
Jeanette says:
August, 04 2011at 11:04 am
What a fun treat, making cobbler bars - blueberries and peaches sound (and look!) so good, perfect right now since these fruits are in season.
August, 04 2011at 11:33 am
So beautiful! I've been wanting to make cobbler bars ever since I saw Joy the Baker make them. I love that these are a little lighter :)
August, 04 2011at 11:37 am
Simple but they look out of this world tasty! I definitely need to try these on vacation next week. We'll be surrounded by fruit farms for 7 whole glorious days. Heaven! Thanks for posting.
August, 04 2011at 12:12 pm
These lok amazing! I also love how helpful twitter is:-)
Kathleen says:
August, 04 2011at 12:17 pm
These look like a bit of peach heaven!
August, 04 2011at 04:12 pm
Love these....they sound SO good!!
August, 04 2011at 04:15 pm
They look fabulous!
August, 04 2011at 05:08 pm
what a gorgeous way to use up summer's fresh, local peaches. the look just delicious!
August, 04 2011at 06:50 pm
I'm giving these a try as soon as we get some great peaches.
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August, 04 2011at 11:56 pm
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August, 05 2011at 02:13 pm
yum, these sound so good! I love peach season :)
Curt says:
August, 09 2011at 11:49 am
Hey, those sound and look pretty darn good! One to try out for sure.

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