City Bbq Peach Cobbler Recipe

City Barbeque Peach Cobbler Recipe

Peach cobbler is a great summertime treat and it is easy to make. This tasty treat will be sure to impress guests at your next barbecue party. The best part is that it is quite affordable and can be served as a main course, side dish or dessert. Depending on your tastes you can opt for the traditional ole southern style, or go all out and serve up some of City Barbeque’s signature smoked meats.

There are numerous recipes out there for peach cobbler, but this one from The Salt Lick in Austin, Texas should be at the top of your list of summertime favorites. To prepare the dessert you’ll first need a 9×13-inch baking pan. Once you’ve prepped the oven, you can start assembling the ingredients. You’ll need some self-rising flour, milk, butter, sugar and the peach of your dreams. If you’re feeling fancy, you can even use a Dutch oven.

The best part is that the recipe is fairly easy to scale up or down. A good rule of thumb is to halve the ingredients to make a half-batch of the good stuff. For the full effect, you’ll want to serve this dish with some homemade whipped cream.

The secret to making a truly outstanding peach cobbler is using fresh peaches. This will ensure that the fruit’s flavors are preserved in the batter. You can also use a mix of canned and fresh peaches. In fact, you can go as far as soaking the canned peaches in their own syrup before tossing them into the casserole.

After baking the dish you can serve it with a dab of ice cream and you’ve got yourself a dessert worthy of your guests’ finest. While you’re at it, you can try out City Barbeque’s signature smoked ribs, hand-dipped hush puppies and fresh-cut fries. You can also get a sneak peek at the new location before it officially opens on February 27. And with four more locations scheduled to open in the Charlotte area, you’re bound to have a few options. Try it out and let us know what you think! Let us know by emailing us at or calling our customer service line at 802-833-8011. We’re happy to help! One of our seasoned cooks will be more than happy to share his tips and tricks with you!

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