Doc’s recipe

Hello All!   This is going to be short and sweet.  I took a sinus pill and I’m already getting drowsy.  So I’m going to post this week’s recipe and a little project that I just got done… then I will drift off to sleep.  🙂

I got this recipe several years ago and can’t remember where it came from.
Doc McCoy’s Peach Cobbler
2  cans (28 oz) Sliced Peaches in heavy syrup
1  box Yellow Cake mix
2  sticks of Butter
Place the peaches and syrup in the baking dish.  I used a 9×13 cake pan.   Sprinkle dry yellow cake mix over the peaches.   Slice the sticks of butter, lengthwise, and place on top of cake mix, covering most of it. 
Here it is, just before, going into the oven.
Bake in a 325°F oven.  Depending on your oven it will be 45-60 minutes baking.  I cooked mine for 60 minutes.  It will be a little loose when taken out of the oven.  Let it cool and it will thicken as it cools.
Here it is, just out of the oven.
It is very sweet and rich, will need some coffee or milk to go with it.
God bless and keep you,

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I'm a happily married mom of two, living in Arkansas and selling AVON. Both of my children are grown and in college. I often wonder where the time went. I never thought I'd have blog but when blogs came along, I jumped on board. That just goes to show one doesn't know what the future holds. I was born in 1967 but my life truly began in 1996. That is the year I realized I need God in my life. That is the year I asked Jesus Christ into my life. So, you will see, as you follow my blog, there will be mention of God, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit from time to time. I can't live without sharing that part of my life. I like to go to flea markets and visit antique shops and I usually find something to take home with me. I'm fairly new at crocheting. I tried to learn to crochet in my twenties but I didn't have left handed instructions. I could do it right handed but it was hard for me to keep my stitches consistent. Then a few years ago a left handed friend of mine gave me a book with left handed crocheting instructions and I learned to crochet. My first quilt was in done in 2001. Money was tight and I wanted to give my husband something nice. So I decided to make him a "blanket". Little did I know I would be hooked and still be making quilts years later. I'm starting my hand at scrapbooking and watercoloring. We will see how that goes. :) I update my AVON page each week with a special deal, so be sure to check it out. Well, that's a little about me. Hope you enjoy my blog and follow me on this journey.

6 thoughts on “Doc’s recipe”

  1. I LOVE those pumpkins!! And thanks for the recipe. 🙂 That's my kind of easy recipe! Which reminded me of a really easy recipe for a treat that I must share on a future post! Thanks for sharing. 🙂


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