Aww, there’s just something so cute about little things!  Babies, puppies, the little old men that sit alone in McD’s eating their McMuffin…and desserts!  🙂  Especially desserts, because let’s face it..small things have no calories, 10 out of 10 women will agree!  And as a bonus these adorable individual cobblers are loaded with fruit..yep, they’re healthy-ish..YAY!  Not to mention unique, the peach is actually its own bowl, how cute is that?! 🙂

You can enjoy a few of these warm, sweet, juicy cobblerettes and not feel guilty at all.  If guilt should strike, go shoe’ll feel better!  😉

These peachy cobblers are so decadent & easy to prepare!  When the peach warms up it releases all of its peachiness into the light sprinkling of sugar and makes a syrup that combines with all of the berries!  When you crunch through the cobbler topping, the soft peach just opens up and pulls you in, before you know it your little cobbler is gone!  Add some ice cream on top, go shoe shopping & call it a day!  🙂



What you’ll need:

A muffin tin/cupcake pan

Fresh many as you want!

Berries to fill the peach halves (I used a bag of frozen berry medley)

Cobbler topping (I used store bought, but if you know how to make it fresh, that would definitely be better for these)

Some sugar, just enough for sprinkling..maybe 2 tbsp.

Ice Cream for the tops..optional, but come on!  😉



Split your cleaned peaches in half and remove the pits from the center

Core the middles of the peach halves just enough for about a tablespoon or so of the berries

Sprinkle the tops of the peach halves & the bottoms of the muffin tin with just a dusting of sugar and place a peach half inside



Fill the peach halves with some berries and top them with your cobbler batter




Bake them at 350 for about 15 minutes, or until the cobbler is golden and the peaches are tender.  Serve them warm with a dollop of your favorite ice cream, oh..just do it! 

Let your spoon sink down into that soft peach & take a big juicy warm bite!  ~Enjoy!  🙂

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