I make this recipe every fall after I finish bottling peaches - kind of a “second chance cobbler” of sorts. No matter how careful and diligent I am - I always have at least 1 or 2 bottles that fail to seal. This delicious recipe is one way to use up the fruit that didn’t make the grade. Easy, fast, tasty.
Over thirty years ago we had a young family and my husband had his first teaching job at a middle school in Sandy, Utah. Somehow he was the lucky person in charge of part of the faculty BBQ held right after school began in the fall. The principal’s wife (Susan Sproul - who I’ve lost track of, and wish I could locate again...) brought this dessert to one of the very first BBQs that was held. When I asked her for the recipe, she told me she uses it for those renegade bottles that don’t seal when she bottles peaches. Ever since then, that is when I make it.
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