If you still have an abundance of zucchini, MAKE THIS! This is from At Home My Way and the recipe title says it all: Zucchini Cobbler Just Like Apple. It really really does taste just like apple. You will amaze your family and friends. I took this to work and called it Mystery Cobbler. Everyone that tried it guessed that it was apple. I don't know what the magic is, perhaps cooking the zucchini in the lemon juice. I used the trick she suggested and sliced the zucchini to look just like apple slices. I thought that there was too much crust for me personally, but everyone else proclaimed the crust just right.
When I came home from work Friday night, hubby said that a neighbor had brought us some peaches and tomatoes. Upon checking the peaches out, I found that they were very ripe and needed to be used soon. I decide to make a peach crisp with them yesterday. I have several recipes for peach crisp, but always like to look through the blogs to see what I can find. I was scouting around and found Sriracha Peach Crisp over at Budget Bytes. I really wanted to make this one, but wasn't sure how well it would go over with hubby. Well, she just happened to have Peach Almond Crisp on her blog also. I chose to make that one. I doubled the recipe as I had a lot of peaches to use up.
This recipe uses softened butter in the topping instead of firm. I may have softened mine a little too much. The topping will be more clumpy and the taste more caramely than a topping with firm butter. It was a nice change. This is a new-to-me blog. She gives the costs of her recipes, kind of like $5.00 Dinners. Her cost was $3.37 for the entire recipe or .42 a serving for 8 servings. I figure that, even though I doubled the recipe, my cost was much less since the peaches were free.
I will definitely be making both of these dishes again. Thanks gals for two great ones.