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Peach Cobbler in a Mason Jar

Peach Cobbler in a Jar

Have you noticed the desserts in jars craze? Well there’s a reason they’re so popular…they’re FUN to eat. Who doesn’t like having fun with their food. On top of being fabulously fun, they’re the perfect serving size {well okay after you have one you might just want another but hey} We started out whipping up MONKEY BREAD IN A JAR then we mixed up PINK LEMONADE CUPCAKES IN A JAR so cobbler was naturally the next step. Being a Georgia girl by birth it had to be peach cobbler. No contest.

Peach Cobbler

You could substitute any other fruit pie filling for the peach: cherry, blueberry, even lemon would be fabulous. And for an extra special garnish, top with homemade whipped cream or vanilla bean ice cream.

NOTE: All of my dessert in jars recipes are meant to be eaten immediately. I  have not tested them for long term storage {because quite frankly they’d never last that long around my large brood LOL}

Peach Cobbler in a Mason Jar
What you’ll need:
{makes 4 individual servings}
21 ounces of peach pie filling
1/2 cup bisquick mix
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup sugar
pinch salt
1/4 cup butter – melted

What to do:
1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

2. Place a silpat {or other silicon mat} into a deep sided ovenproof baking dish. Spray 4 – 4 ounce mason jars with cooking spray and place them onto silpat

3. Into a bowl add: bisquick mix, milk, sugar and salt. Stir to combine. Add melted butter. Stir. Set aside.

4. Put approximately 3-4 peach slices/filling into each mason jar. Top with 1-2 tablespoons of batter per jar.

3. Bake for approximately 30-35 or until top is golden and bubbly.

4. Jars should be cool to touch prior to serving.

For even more recipes in a jar, check out “Contain Yourself! 15 beyond-exciting desserts in a jar!

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