Here is a recipe you will definitely make more than once, peach cookie cobbler the name says it all!
This recipe is so simple you’ll have it done in no time simple ingredients, easy to follow recipe. The sugar cookie topping is what sets this cobbler off right and I added a special touch using vanilla bean sugar! The vanilla bean sugar takes the Peach Cookie Cobbler to another level for me. You get a rich and delicious burst of vanilla in each bite! The vanilla bean sugar is optional, but I highly recommend making some and using it for this recipe. But no fret, if you prefer to use regular sugar that is quite fine too.
How to make vanilla bean sugar
Get one vanilla bean, you can find this in most grocery stores in the spice aisle. Split the bean open, scrape the seed out with a sharp paring knife. Scrape directly into 1 cup of sugar, with clean hands, mix the vanilla beans into the sugar until well combined and you see the beans through and through. But just know this step is optional.
Here is the list of ingredients;
- Sugar cookie dough (from the grocery)
- 2 jars of peaches
- vanilla bean sugar, or regular sugar
- cast iron skillet, or small baking pan
A very short list makes for a quick run to the store.
Let’s dive into this recipe and let me know how you do, I want to hear all about it in my comments.
Peach Cookie CobblerCourse: DessertCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy
Buttery cookie topping paired with juicy peaches!
2 jars of peaches, drained from the juices and pat dry with a paper towel
2 – 1/2 tablespoons of vanilla bean sugar, or regular sugar
1 tablespoon of cornstarch
1/2 sugar cookie dough package, you may need a little more than half
1 tablespoons of butter for greasing the pan + 1 more tablespoon of melted butter for brushing on top the cookie once its done
- Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees
- Using a small sized cast iron skillet, or small baking pan, grease the pan with 1 tablespoon of butte.r
- In a mixing bowl, add drained and dried peaches, sugar and cornstarch and mix thoroughly.
- Add the peach mixture into the small skillet, or small baking pan.
- Take pieces of the sugar cookie dough, spread one piece out at a time on top of the peaches. Do this until most the peaches are covered . You may or may not use the entire package of sugar cookie dough.
- Bake for 35-40 minutes just until cookie is baked and browned on top.
- With a silicone brush, brush the remaining tablespoon of melted butter on top of the cookie crust.
- Serve with a nice scoop of vanilla bean ice cream and enjoy!