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Fresh Peach Cookies

These are beyond delicious!

Anything that starts with butter . . .


. . . and ends with fresh peaches . . .


. . . can’t be anything but “oh my” delish!

The picture of the butter is from a double recipe so follow this recipe for one batch. But, since you’re gonna love them you might as well start out with a double batch.

Preheat oven to 350°

Cream together:
1 C softened butter
1 C sugar
1/3 C brown sugar

Add and mix:
1 t vanilla
1/2 t almond extract
1 egg

Add and mix well:
3 1/2 C flour
1 1/2 t cinnamon (I usually do 2 - love me some cinnamon)
1 t baking soda
1/2 t salt
1/4 t nutmeg

Then mix in 1 C fresh diced, peeled peaches

Drop by tablespoon or cookie scoop or whatever you use onto cookie sheet. Bake about 12 - 14 minutes - just until they start to turn toasty brown - don’t over cook. If your cookies are flattening out too much as you bake them you need to add more flour.

These taste like peach pie bites and are a soft, cakey type cookie. Perfect with a cup of coffee or better yet a tall, cold glass of milk.

Enjoy this peachy keen recipe!

Blackberry Cobbler

I have to double and triple this recipe for my family. One scoop of this cobbler just isn’t enough. Add creamy vanilla ice cream and you’ve just given your tummy a vacation!

Preheat oven to 350°



1 pound blackberries

¾ C sugar

¼ C cornstarch

1 t. cinnamon

1 T lemon juice


 Place in a greased 9” square baking pan

Using a fork, mix together:


1 ¼ C flour

¼ C sugar

1 ¼ t baking powder

¼ t soda

1/8 t salt


 Use a pastry cutter to cut in 6 T butter – not softened.



¼ C heavy cream

Mix until it forms a dough – doesn’t have to be totally mixed. Can and should look a little crumbly.


Crumble the dough over the blackberry mixture.



Bake about 40 minutes. Make sure the blackberry mixture is bubbling.







RecipesDiane Loew