Sharing More than Peaches

With an arm load of fresh peaches a neighbor shared  her treasures with me.

The unexpected delight inspired me to make my simply easy peach cobbler. Little did I know the peach cobble was going to be shared beyond my family.

A sorrowful friend stopped by as the bubbling cobbler was pulled from the oven. She was having a real pity party and wanted me to join her. However, with a bowl of peach cobbler and over a teacup, we blow out her pity party candle with prayers and scriptures. She went home full of renewed strength,  peach cobbler, and a doused candle.

We never know what God has planned when one friend shares what they have and we make something from their gift to share with another in need. That's TeaCup living in action.

Remember the meaning of TeaCup:
T = giving time to others
e = encouragement to others
a = acceptance of others
C = Christ's
u = uplifting
p = presence.

Simple Peach Cobbler

Simple Peach Cobbler

1/2 cup butter, sliced
4 cups peaches, peeled & sliced
2 cups sugar, divided

2 teaspoon almond extract, divided
1 cup flour
1 teaspoon baking power
1 cup heavy cream

Place butter slices on the bottom of a 9 x 13 inch baking pan. 

Toss together peaches 1 cup sugar, and 1 teaspoon almond extract
in large bowl. Spread mixture evenly over butter slices in baking pan. 

In a medium size bowl combine flour, 1 cup sugar, 1 teaspoon almond extract, 
heavy cream. Mix until smooth. Pour batter over peaches and drag a spoon 

through batter and peaches to marble. 

Bake at 350 degrees for 60 minutes or until golden brown. 

Serve warm or cold. 

Uplifting blessings, 


Jeanne Doyon said…
Sweet servings of love and hospitality! Thanks for sharing your heart and the yummy recipe.
Ellen Andersen said…
Sounds delicious, Carolyn. I'm sure your presence and the cobbler did a world of good for your friend that day.
Cathy Baker said…
Love your hospitable heart (and recipe!).
Carolyn Knefely said…
Sharing a bite of something yummy always tastes sweeter with a friend.
May the Lord bring us together again for a tasty time of fellowship once more.
Miss you.
Carolyn Knefely said…
Your kindness is showing with your comment, Ellen. It was nice being with you at the writer's group today.

Write on!
Carolyn Knefely said…
It's an easy and quick cobbler to make. Hopefully, we'll be able to get together soon.

Shine on!
Vonda Skelton said…
Oo-oo-oo! Sounds yummy, and peach is my favorite cobbler. It's just like you to not only be there for your friend, but to encourage her over your delicious peach cobbler. Serve on, my friend!
Unknown said…
Oh, yum! Sounds delicious and I love your beautiful pictures. :)
Carolyn Knefely said…
Yes, I remember you love peaches. You introduced me to Chick-fil-a's peach shake. Awesome!
Miss you.
Carolyn Knefely said…
I've had the recipe for over 40 years and it hasn't failed me yet. Step-by-step pictures in a recipe's process brings confidence to one willing to try a new dish. Making life easier is my pleasure, especially with pictures.
Ellen Andersen said…
Sounds really good!
Carolyn Knefely said…
I'll have to bring it to our writer's group this summer. See you then.

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