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This post includes two recipes: an Easy Peach & Berry Cobbler and a Scrumptious White Chocolate Peach Milk shake.
Summer is peach season. Since I live so close to a peach orchard, I just have to blog about peach recipes. The only problem is I could not decide which recipe to blog about. That is why I am doing two on this post. I have several peach recipes on my blog including this Easy Peach Tea I added earlier this week.
White Chocolate Peach Milkshake
My family is in love with the Peach Milkshake from Chick fil A. So, I decided to make peach milkshakes using fresh peaches. I had some peaches I picked last year that were in my freezer. The peaches for this shake need to be frozen. I decided to kick mine up a little bit. Truly, I did not want my family comparing my peach milkshakes with their favorite peach shake. To change my recipe up and win this peach recipe battle, I decide to add a family favorite ingredient which is white chocolate. I am so glad I did. White Chocolate and peaches were just meant to be married. They were perfect together. They had a very happy family reunion in my mouth. Everyone loves this shake. YEAH! I just had to share it. I am sure we will still enjoy the other shake, but we will be making plenty more of these delicious White Chocolate Peach Milkshakes.
Hiland Dairy Products
You may notice the Hiland Dairy Milk and Ice Cream in some of these pictures. I have always used Hiland Dairy products, so it was a perfect match for me to help promote. I was excited when they offered me free products to try in recipes. Yes, Hiland Dairy gave me products to use in this recipe, however, the opinions expressed are my own. Hiland Dairy is farmer owned. They make delicious tasting products which are free of artificial growth hormones. This is important to me which is why I love using their dairy products.
If you live in Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma and Arkansas, you are probably already familiar with Hiland Dairy. Did you know they not only make milk, cheese, ice cream, half & half, heavy cream, butter, buttermilk, dips, and yogurt, but they also distribute fresh fruit juices, Red Diamond Teas, almond milk, and soy milk?
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- ⅓ cup milk
- 1 cup vanilla ice cream
- 1 cup frozen peaches (I used fresh peaches that I froze)
- ½ cup white chocolate chips
- Add the milk, ice cream, frozen peaches, and white chocolate chips to the blender.
- Blend until very smooth.
Easy Peach & Berry Cobbler
Growing up I ate plenty of Peach Cobbler and Blackberry Cobbler with fresh peaches or blackberries. My family always made it using the One Cup Cobbler Recipe. If you are not familiar with this one cup cobbler, once you see the ingredients you will know why it is called that. This is probably the easiest cobbler recipe ever. I actually thought my family made it up until I met my husband’s family and they too made the same cobbler. They actually used canned peaches which works well in this recipe too. Anyway, I decided to try this cobbler by making it a little different than normal. I used a cup of fresh peaches, a cup of frozen blackberries, and a cup of frozen blueberries. It turned out delicious.
- 1 stick butter
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 cup self-rising flour
- 1 cup milk
- 2 teaspoon vanilla
- 3 cups frozen fruit
- ½ cup sugar divided (1/4 cup of sugar to toss the friut & ¼ cup of sugar on top of the cobbler)
- Preheat the oven 350 degrees.
- Melt the butter in an 8 inch cast iron skillet. A larger skillet does not work as well. I use 9 inch.
- Toss together the fruit with ¼ cup sugar
- Add the fruit to the bottom of a cast iron skillet.
- Mix together to the milk, flour, sugar, and vanilla.
- Pour over the melted butter and fruit.
- Do not stir.
- Sprinkle the last ¼ cup of sugar on top of everything.
- Bake 350 degrees for 40 to 45 minutes or until slightly brown.
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