I don’t know about you but I always seem to have less time on my hands as Summer progresses! I seriously started thinking about my 4th of July plans and menu less than a week ago and now I’m scrambling to play catch-up before the weekend! Innovation is usually born of necessity and this recipe is no exception! This flavor-packed twist on the classic Southern Chicken Biscuit staple is sure to be a favorite with grown-ups as well as kids (and especially you Mamas and hostesses!) because it’s ridiculously easy to throw together! Grab the ingredients from the nearest Kroger or Walmart, give yourself about 30 minutes for prep + bake time, and you’re DONE!
Earlier this week I was in Wal-Mart and realized it would be very un-American of me not to bake something traditional and sweet for the July 4th weekend to go along with our hotdogs, beer and fireworks! I immediately turned to Pinterest to search ‘peach cobbler’ recipes and was frustrated by the amount of sugar and cream cheese needed for such a simple dessert. Next, I searched ‘organic’, and then ‘gluten free’ peach cobbler and was even more disappointed. I needed a recipe that had ingredients available at Wal-Mart! I finally landed on Rachel Schultz’s blog and found her super simple peach cobbler recipe. With a few tweaks I came up with the recipe below. I wanted something simple, healthy (i.e. not too guilt inducing), and refreshing that still had that feel-good, Southern American deliciousness to it. My peach cobbler version has been approved by two, Alabama raised men (my husband and brother-in-law), so it’s safe to say it met everyone’s expectations!