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How to Make a Classic Peach Cobbler

This recipe took love, and several tweaks, but I finally think I’ve got it: an absolutely incredible classic peach cobbler, with a moist sugar cookie like doughy crust. As in, you must, must, must make this recipe. You will not be sorry. Actually, you’ll be really happy. And full of caramelized peaches and sugary dough. And happiness. Seriously, so much happiness.

Let’s talk peaches. I love them. They’re basically a perfect vehicle for dessert. And though I’m making this peach cobbler right now at the peak of summer peach season, truly, canned and/or frozen peaches work so well in cobbler too.

Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares a recipe for classic peach cobbler. Caramelized peaches are topped with a sugar-cookie-like doughy crust. YUM. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

I actually scored a whole basket of freshly picked peaches a few weekends back at our local farmer’s market, which prompted me to want to make ALL of the peach things.

Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares a recipe for classic peach cobbler. Caramelized peaches are topped with a sugar-cookie-like doughy crust. YUM. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

Well, those peaches we could actually get home.

I thought about making something more elaborate, but then I realized, what I really wanted was a classic peach cobbler. (Oh, and these amazing 10-minute peach dumplings, roasted peaches with yogurt and homemade streuselpeaches and cream muffins with cream cheese frosting, the perfect peach cake, and roasted peach and oatmeal cookie no-churn ice cream.) Sometimes I worry that a recipe can be too overdone to share it here on the blog, but truth is, it’s those classic comfort foods that are some of my favorites. And when it comes to desserts in particular, I LOVE a tried-and-true sweet treat. And cobbler. I mean, oh my gosh. It’s so good. I love basically any fruit-based dessert; both this vegan triple berry crisp and slow-cooker apple crisp are just a few favorites, and really, if you scroll through our recipes, you’ll find so many desserts where fruit is the star of the show.

So classic peach cobbler it was!

Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares a recipe for classic peach cobbler. Caramelized peaches are topped with a sugar-cookie-like doughy crust. YUM. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

Traditional cobbler is a baked fruit dessert topped with a homemade batter or biscuit crust; unlike a crisp or crumble that’s more of a baked fruit dessert topped with a homemade streusel or granola. This version of cobbler, one of my favorites, has an almost sugar-cookie-like doughy crust that you won’t be able to get enough of.

There’s something so satisfying about cooked-down peaches. They have this amazing roasted, caramelized quality to them, that almost tastes sugary and buttery all on it’s own. Then of course, there’s the cobbler crust. I’ve tried a lot of cobblers, and this one, that resembles a doughy sugar cookie dough, is just right for cobbler. It’s thick, and sweet, and buttery, and did I mention it tastes like a warm-baked cobblery sugar cookie?

Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares a recipe for classic peach cobbler. Caramelized peaches are topped with a sugar-cookie-like doughy crust. YUM. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

Classic Peach Cobbler

You are going to absolutely LOVE this version of a classic peach cobbler! Caramelized, cooked down peaches are topped with an almost sugar-cookie-like doughy crust that you won't be able to get enough of. YUM.

Ingredients

  • 2-3 cups sliced and peeled peaches and/or nectarines* 
  • 1-2 Tablespoons + 1 cup granulated sugar (can use 3/4 cup of sugar to keep sugar down), divided
  • 1 pinch of cinnamon (optional)
  • ½ cup butter, softened slightly
  • 1 Tablespoon + 1 cup all-purpose flour, divided
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • pinch of salt
  • pinch of nutmeg (optional)
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

*I used fresh peaches this time around, but frozen and thawed or canned and drained works great too!

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease a 2 quart baking dish with non-stick spray or butter.
  2. Spread sliced peaches out in a single layer in prepared dish. Sprinkle tops of peaches with 1 or 2 tablespoons sugar and 1 tablespoon of flour and cinnamon (optional); toss gently.
  3. In a mixer, or in a medium bowl with an electric hand-mixer, beat 1 cup sugar and softened butter together until well combined. Add flour, baking powder, salt (and nutmeg if using). Stir once more. Add in your egg and vanilla. Continue to mix together until just combined. (Batter will be the consistency of soft cookie dough batter.)
  4. Using a spatula, carefully spread batter over the tops of your peaches, trying to spread out as evenly as you can and covering most of the peaches. (I use my hands to help spread it as well.)
  5. Cover loosely with a sheet of tin foil and bake in preheated oven for 35 to 40 minutes, then remove the foil and bake for another 5 to 10 minutes, or until crust is golden brown. Remove from oven and let stand about 10 minutes before serving. Top with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream, because, why the heck not?! YUM.

Notes

Recipe adapted via Life in the Lofthouse

Classic cobbler is classic for a reason. It’s simple to make, reminds you of home, and is filled with all of the best ingredients: fruit, sugar, and butter. What’s not to love?

Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares a recipe for classic peach cobbler. Caramelized peaches are topped with a sugar-cookie-like doughy crust. YUM. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

And you can change your cobbler up with the changing of the seasons. Experiment with fruit.

Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares a recipe for classic peach cobbler. Caramelized peaches are topped with a sugar-cookie-like doughy crust. YUM. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

And ice cream. Always remember the ice cream. Melted vanilla bean ice cream running all over warm cobbler is basically dessert perfection.

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If you make your own classic peach cobbler, be sure to tag me on social media (@glitterinclexi) so I can live vicariously through all of your yummy desserts!

Can’t get enough peaches? We’ve got you covered! Try these amazing 10-minute peach dumplingsroasted peaches with yogurt and homemade streuselpeaches and cream muffins with cream cheese frostingthe perfect peach cake, and roasted peach and oatmeal cookie no-churn ice cream.

Recipe photos by Annie Watts Photography


Lexi

Home Design Trends: Chic Door Knob Tassels

Fall marks a few big shifts in seasonal trends – especially when it comes to home décor and design. I for one, count down the seconds until I can break out the cozy blankets, wreaths, and pumpkin spice candles. I’ve already bought my mums for the front door, and surely, more flowers and pumpkins will join them soon. (Remember last year’s front porch?) And wreaths … what can I say? Since becoming a homeowner, I pretty much want to put wreaths on every door. But ever thought about adding a chic door knob tassel as a bit of flair and warmth for your door? Especially on interior door knobs and handles – like those entering bedrooms, nurseries, closets, etc. – a hanging door tassel adds an unexpectedly chic piece of inspiration and either color or texture (or both!) that will give your space just a touch more flair.

There are so many chic door knob tassels available (HINT: also look for curtain tassel tiebacks and finials), and they’re all pretty inexpensive, so you can go nuts and throw one on just about every door knob in your house. A few favorite places to hunt for the perfect door tassels: Etsy (swooning over these macramé door tassels, this boho pom pom tassel, and this pom pom tassel door hanger), Amazon, Anthropologie (loving this tassel tieback, and these Bombay tassel finials and tassel tiebacks), marshMELLO, and Baba Souk. You can also make your own door tassels out of string or yarn. Loving this bold DIY door handle tassel crafted using rope and string and this colorful DIY Pom Pom Tassel Doorknob Swag.

Any favorite styles?

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Door Tassel on a Pink Interior Door via Blogger Goldalamode’s Home on Domino

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Colorful Door Tassel via Megan Martinez’s Home on Glitter Guide

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Indoor Dip-Dyed Ombre Tassel via @jojotastic

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Door Knob Tassel via Design*Sponge

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DIY Door Handle Rope Tassels via Sugar & Cloth

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Dip-Dyed Door Handle Tassel on a Nursery Door via The Brick House

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DIY Pom Pom Tassel Doorknob Swag via Design*Sponge

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Lexi

Little Love Notes

A few little love notes to the things I loved most this week, including this DIY wood bead chandelier, tiny heart stud earrings, and tahini chocolate chip cookies. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

Is anyone else blown away by the fact that this weekend marks the very last weekend of Summer? It’s all kind of confusing because school started back up a couple of weeks ago, but still, actual FALL is just days away. (So is sweater weather!) We’ve had a busy week, with family from Miami in town, and I’ve loved every second of it. This weekend things should be mostly back to normal; that is, until this baby decides to make her arrival, and then everything will get turned all upside down (in the best sort of way possible.) I’ll be sharing what we’re up to throughout the weekend over on instagram (lots of fun behind-the-scenes on my insta stories too!), facebook, and twitter. Follow along! How about you? Any exciting weekend plans?

With that, a few little love notes to the things I loved most this week …

Dear DIYs to try, this DIY wood bead chandelier is the perfect summer sendoff, and also happens to look like a pretty perfect copy of a rather pricey Pottery Barn chandelier version seen in design magazines and blogs everywhere.

Dear weekend giggles, BBC ranked the 100 greatest comedies of all time, and plenty of these need to go on your lazy weekend watch list.

Dear flashback fame, really beautiful unpublished photos from Marilyn Monroe’s last photoshoot.

Dear tired mamas, 9 things to say to diffuse a toddler meltdown with compassion.

Dear simple bauble lovers, these tiny gold classic heart stud earrings are darling.

Dear benefits of sleep, if you have relationship problems, try getting more shut-eye.

Dear weekend baking, tahini chocolate chip cookies. (If you love sesame seeds, odds are, you’ll LOVE tahini.)

Get the origins of these sweet little love notes, here, and catch up on love notes of the past.

image via @houselarsbuilt (Get the full tutorial here.)

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Lexi

A Simple Early Fall Gathering to Remember

Sometimes gorgeous party inspiration – with the most gorgeous color palette – just falls into your lap. This simple late-summer/early Fall gathering was one piece of inspiration I just couldn’t take my eyes off. (Psst … Fall is just a little over a week away, making it’s debut on Friday, September 22nd. Can you believe it?! Bring on the pumpkin everything.)

But let’s talk about this beautiful gathering …

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Amanda Honeycutt, who owns a boutique event planning and design business out of Apex, North Carolina – Amanda Blair by Design – sent this beautiful styled shoot my way, and it was love at first site. I mean, the COLORS. And the story behind the simple shoot is so sweet. Amanda teamed up with Christian Reyes Photography for an impromptu shoot at Wylde after taking Nikelle’s one-on-one floral workshop … something I’ve totally wanted to do. (Anyone ever take a floral design class? I mean, who doesn’t want to play with flowers?)

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I love when creativity just sort of begets more creativity.

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From Amanda:

The inspiration from this shoot came from a one-on-one floral workshop I attended with Nikelle Orellana-Reyes of Wylde. I have always been inspired by the way Nikelle incorporates color and texture to create breathtaking organic arrangements and bouquets. I knew that taking a course from her would be align seamlessly with my own design goals of creating intentional spaces. As we were going through the arrangement portion of the course she said something to me that was so simple yet profound – let each stem have their moment. For me, this meant taking each stem in and out several times to find the exact spot where I felt the moment could happen, but in the end each stem came together to create something that was meaningful to me. We followed up the workshop with an impromptu shoot with Christian Reyes Photography where we continued the color story through the tablescape by incorporating the matte gold flatware, dusty pink napkin ties, and soft blue accents against the modern and industrial storefront of Wylde. Perhaps my favorite accent of day – the Lou & Grey Mustard Romper worn by our model Sarah, an effortlessly chic statement piece. This inspiration would be perfect for an intimate gathering as we say farewell to summer.

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I can’t get enough of these colors and that gorgeous menu.

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That ribbon!

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And of course … that mustard yellow jumpsuit.

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This shoot is such a good reminder to let creativity happen and to focus on simple details that can make even the most informal of gatherings something a little magical and extra special.

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Flowers used in the arrangement (that also doubled as a bouquet for pretty pictures):

Roses
Garden Roses
Zinnias
Rudbeckia
Elaeagnus
Amaranthus
Nicotiana
Celosia
Geranium
Heuchera

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Styling by Amanda Blair by Design // Photography by Christian Reyes Photography // Workshop Space and Flowers by Wylde // Table: Handmade by Amanda’s Husband // Armless Stackable Bistro Side Chairs in Distressed Black: Wayfair // Plates and Cups: Homegoods // Gold Flatware: Threshold by Target // Menu and Place Cards designed by Sage Paper Co // Ribbon: Nettle / /Model: Sarah Horne, @saaarahhorne // Mustard Jumpsuit Worn by the Model: Lou & Grey

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Roasted Peaches with Yogurt and Streusel

Alright, alright, I’ve shamelessly plugged peaches* all summer long, and though summer is officially winding down, I really can’t get enough, and truly couldn’t help but sneak in the last few recipes. But guys … roasted peaches. Have you tried them?

My mom taught me years ago that roasted fruit tastes amazing. Sometimes she’ll even roast orange halves or peach halves to top on a piece of grilled chicken or salmon, and the result is incredible. But roasted peaches as a dreamy dessert-meets-breakfast – a.k.a., an excuse to eat something decadent for either dessert OR breakfast – well that’s just heaven.

Roasted peaches with yogurt and homemade streusel … OH MY GOODNESS.

Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares the most incredible caramely roasted peaches with yogurt and homemade streusel. Click through for the recipe. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

*Ahem10-minute peach dumplings, peaches and cream muffins with cream cheese frosting, and roasted peach and oatmeal cookie no-churn ice cream.

Our fantastic food contributor, Hope, whipped up the recipe for these roasted peaches stuffed with yogurt and homemade streusel, and the result is incredible. I mean truly, you’ll be wondering how this dreamy dessert/breakfast has been missing from your life all this time.

Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares the most incredible caramely roasted peaches with yogurt and homemade streusel. Click through for the recipe. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

As Hope explains:

Roasting peaches is such a wonderful way to enjoy the sweet seasonal fruit. The combination of delicious caramely roasted peaches with thick chilled yogurt and a brown sugar streusel makes the most amazing breakfast or snack and is easy to make for a crowd!

Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares the most incredible caramely roasted peaches with yogurt and homemade streusel. Click through for the recipe. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

Roasted Peaches with Yogurt and Streusel

You will LOVE this incredible combination; decadent caramely roasted peaches with thick chilled yogurt and a brown sugar streusel makes for the most amazing breakfast, snack, or dessert.

Ingredients

  • 3 peaches, sliced in half + pits removed
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 2 tablespoons honey, plus additional honey for serving
  • 1 16-oz container Greek yogurt or 3 5.3-oz containers Greek yogurt, flavor of your choice (I used honey, vanilla, and coconut)

Streusel

  • 1 cup oats
  • ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • ¾ cup brown sugar
  • ½ cup flour
  • 1/8 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 6 tablespoons butter, softened
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla

Instructions

To Roast the Peaches

  • Heat a large skillet over medium-low heat and add the olive oil and butter. Drizzle 1 tablespoon of honey over the cut side of the peaches. When the butter has melted, place the peaches into the skillet, cut-side down. Drizzle the other tablespoon of honey on the outside of the peaches and cook until softened and browning, about 10 minutes. Flip the peaches and cook for another 10 minutes, or until the peaches are golden and caramelized. If your peaches are very ripe, you may need to reduce the cooking time so they do not become too soft.

To Make the Streusel

  • While the peaches are cooking, make the streusel. In a medium bowl, mix together the oats, cinnamon, brown sugar, flour, and ground ginger. Add the softened butter and vanilla and use your hands to bring the mixture together. Mix until all of the ingredients are incorporated and the mixture forms a ball. Break up the streusel into bits.
  • Heat a medium non-stick skillet over medium-low heat. Add the streusel bits to the skillet and stir frequently for about 5-10 minutes, until some of the streusel bits begin to turn golden. Remove from the heat and set aside for assembly.

To Assemble

  • Place a peach half on a small plate or in a bowl, top with a few spoonfuls of yogurt, and generously sprinkle streusel on top. Drizzle with honey and serve immediately.

Courses breakfast, dessert

Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares the most incredible caramely roasted peaches with yogurt and homemade streusel. Click through for the recipe. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

Let the natural sugars from those roasted peaches really ooze out through the roasting process. That’s where you’ll find that warm, caramel-like flavor.

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You can also keep all of the ingredients in separate containers in your refrigerator for an easy an incredible breakfast to last you several mornings in a row.

Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares the most incredible caramely roasted peaches with yogurt and homemade streusel. Click through for the recipe. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

Your streusel will keep well for a good week in an airtight container, and most of us have a container of yogurt in the refrigerator on hand.

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Bliss, I tell you.

Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares the most incredible caramely roasted peaches with yogurt and homemade streusel. Click through for the recipe. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

If you make your own roasted peaches with yogurt and streusel, be sure to tag me on social media (@glitterinclexi) so I can live vicariously through all of your sweet creations!


Lexi

Little Love Notes

Lifestyle blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares a few little love notes to the things loved most this week, including beating jet lag, punch rug artwork, and chocolate sheet cake. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

It has been a crazy few days, to say the least. My entire Miami family is currently en route to North Carolina to avoid Hurricane Irma. We’re expecting to have a very full little house by the end of the weekend, and that’s just the way we like it. In the meantime, I’ve stocked up on water, lighters, and ALL of the carbs, in case we lose power from the ugly bands of the storm. Though truthfully, growing up in Miami, I know just how unpredictable these storms are, and I know it may never make it up this way. Here’s to hoping. I hope you all are prepared, and staying safe and dry. Thinking of all of you!

I’ll be sharing what we’re up to throughout the weekend over on instagram (lots of fun behind-the-scenes on my insta stories too!), facebook, and twitter. Follow along! How about you? Any exciting weekend plans?

With that, a few little love notes to the things I loved most this week …

Dear DIYs to try, how cool is this punch rug artwork for beginners?

Dear leaving on a jet plane, these are the Science-backed secrets for beating jet lag.

Dear fall accessory refresh, you won’t be able to take your eyes off of this delicate handmade herkimer diamond bar necklace. (And it’s just $56!)

Dear everyone, how to be better at stress.

Dear fine hair woes, 11 life-changing tips to make your hair look thicker.

Dear bargain-hunters, deals you can nab with your student email address (even if it is a decade old).

Dear weekend baking, chocolate sheet cake with fleur de sel frosting.

Get the origins of these sweet little love notes, here, and catch up on love notes of the past.

image via @fallfordiy

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Lexi