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Firefighter_Chris
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PostPosted: Sep 15 2008    Post subject: Peach Cobbler Reply with quote

Got a great cobbler reciepe this weekend to make on the smoker.
2 bags of frozen peaches
12oz can of 7up
yellow cake mix
cinnamon/sugar
honey

Mix can of 7up and yellow cake mix together in a bowl. Place the two bags of frozen peaches in a big foil pan and pour batter on top. Smooth batter over peaches sprinkle cinamon on top of batter evenly and then pour honey on top of that to finish it off. Place on smoker for a couple of hours or until you think it is done. You can cut into it and check batter. Pull off smoker serve with vanilla ice cream. Best damn cobbler I have ever had.
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PostPosted: Jan 15 2009    Post subject: Reply with quote

I made a pan of this peach cobbler at our New Year's Eve party - it is fantastic - and very easy to make! Thanks Chris for posting it!

I used apple wood for the smoke so it wasn't an over-powering smoke flavor.
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RLane22
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PostPosted: Oct 29 2009    Post subject: Reply with quote

what temp did you smoke at?
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Firefighter_Chris
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PostPosted: Dec 10 2009    Post subject: Reply with quote

i just put it in with all my other stuff about 250
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luckyduk
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PostPosted: May 11 2010    Post subject: Reply with quote

I use that recipe all of the time...excellent...even good for comps
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woody350ep
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PostPosted: Sep 08 2010    Post subject: Reply with quote

Making sure I got this right. The peaches go in while still frozen, right? You don't want them thawed first??
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Firefighter_Chris
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PostPosted: Sep 08 2010    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yup thats right I always put them in frozen.
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polishdon
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PostPosted: Oct 03 2010    Post subject: Reply with quote

We used this recipe at our competition last week for the dessert category. We added a grilled peach slice and some glaze to each piece for the judges, it took 15th place out of 51 teams. This stuff is delicious and so easy. Thanks for the recipe!!

This is what ours looked like for the judges.

Link!
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PostPosted: Dec 29 2011    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm planning on trying this recipe for a new years eve cook. About how long does it take in the smoker? I'm trying to plan my afternoon and when I need to do what.

Thanks.
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steve1040
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PostPosted: Mar 19 2012    Post subject: Re: Peach Cobbler Reply with quote

Firefighter_Chris wrote:


cinnamon/sugar
honey



How much cinnamon, sugar & honey?

I'm looking for something other than ribs and chicken to cook - Thought I'd give this a try

Thanks
Steve
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