Making Peach Cobbler for a Large Group

Fruit cobblers are an excellent dessert choice if you are serving a large group. This is a guide about making peach cobbler for a large group.
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February 15, 2008 Flag

Does anyone have a recipe for a peach cobbler that will feed about 60 people? I want something quick and with as few ingredients as possible. Thank you.

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February 15, 20080 found this helpful
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Just as you can divide a recipe to make it smaller, you can multiply one to make more. Just find a recipe you like, check for the amount of servings, and multiply to come as close to 60 as possible. Very simple.

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February 15, 20080 found this helpful

http://allrecipes.com/Search/Recipes.aspx?WithTerm=peach+cobbler

You can change the amount of servings when making these recipes.

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February 15, 20080 found this helpful

www.allrecipes.com has recipes for peach cobbler. One of the simplest is "easy peach cobbler" and they offer a recipe converter. Just click on 'change' and type in how many servings you want. It will adjust the ingredients amounts.

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February 16, 20080 found this helpful

Allrecipes.com is great for increasing or decreasing recipes and they do have a great assortment of recipes to choose from. The only problem is that while you can increase the ingredients based on servings, the recipe is not modified to show any increase in mixing bowl or pan size or number of pans needed so you'll need to be ready for that. The Southern Peach Cobbler recipe (http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Southern-Peach-Cobbler/Detail.aspx) seems to be more of what you are looking for in ingredients. When you increase the servings to 60 you can break it down into 4 large lasagna pans. If you don't have a super restaurant size oven or 3 friends who'd each take a pan to back, I'd suggest baking them one pan at a time and since the mixture will be larger in each pan that the original recipe, it might take 45 to 60 minutes per pan. Hope that helps.

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February 16, 20080 found this helpful

I don't know about for 60 people but I know about easy and taste great.

Quick Cobbler

any fruit in a can ( I use 2 cans for a 9x13)

1 C bisquick

1 C sugar

1 egg

pats of butter

cinnamon optional

Pour fruit into 9x13 pan. Mix together bisquick, sugar and egg til crumble stage. Sprinkle on top of fruit and then put pats of butter. Bake 350 degrees until top is golden brown.

Best cobbler I have had. Good luck!

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February 18, 20080 found this helpful

you will find them here that yield 100 servings : http://www.google.com/custom?hl=en& ... G=Search&sitesearch=www.tpub.com

then,use this clever recipe size converter to size it down! http://www.thatsmyhome.com/recipes/converter.htm

or,make the full recipe & plan on leftovers.A little work to do but not impossible!

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I need a simple peach cobbler recipe that I can prepare ahead to serve 300 at a church thanksgiving lunch. Any other simple recipe would suffice. Help!

By Sheela from Atlanta, GA

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November 18, 20100 found this helpful

"Floating cobbler" might be best for you. I will give the recipe for five people and you can double it.

In a casserole dish melt one stick of butter. Then make a batter of one cup bisquick, one cup milk and one cup sugar. open one can of sliced peaches in heavy syrup. Add the batter to the butter. Do not stir. Add the peaches to the batter then criss cross the spoon three times and bake until the top is crusty. You can make this in disposable aluminum pans. I think you could put a double batch in each pan. that would make you needing 30 cobblers. This cobbler is great with cherries, pineapple (my favorite) or blackberries.

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December 1, 20100 found this helpful

Lilac you need to think a bit on that comment. If your recipe is for 5 people. The poster needs to feed 300. 30 cobblers will feed 150. So she needs 60 not 30.

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June 16, 20160 found this helpful

no she said double it then make 30 of them (2x5=10, 10x30=300)

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