Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Dutch Oven Peach Cobbler

I'm not a huge dutch oven user.  But for this recipe, we'll break it out.  We had a crowd over for FHE and this dessert on Monday--it was a hit.  This recipe comes from Brad's brother, Randy, who we would always beg to make this at every family get together.

Dutch Oven Peach Cobbler
2 large cans peaches
1 small/regular size can peaches
2 yellow cake mixes
12-14 inch dutch oven
28 charcoal briquets

Light briquets so they are hot and ready to use.  Meanwhile, stir the cans of peaches (with their juice) together with the dry cake mixes until well combined.

Line dutch oven with heavy duty foil (not required, but so much better for clean up).  Pour cake/peach mixture into dutch oven.  Cover with lid.

Place dutch oven over 10 hot coals that are on a heat safe surface--we just do on the dirt in our backyard.  Place the remaining 18 coals on the top of the lid.

Cook for 45 minutes - 1 hour.  Serve with vanilla ice cream.  

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