I read this recipe on The Farm Cooking School's blog and was completely unable to pass it by.
It's incredibly easy to put together and a fun recipe to do with kids. We used a combination of nectarines and peaches, slightly heavier on the fruit than the original recipe called for because my people prefer a high fruit to cake ratio. I also added a dash of vanilla because I like the way a hint of its aromatic flavor bumps the natural sweetness of the fruit.
The cobbler was a textural cross between butter cake and drop biscuits. The uncovered edges became caramelized ridges that were intense caramely counterpoints to the fragrant fruit and delicate cobbler. We served this magic cobbler in deep bowls topped with generous portions of vanilla ice cream. It is a keeper recipe that will be fun to pull out as new fruits come into season.