National Peach Cobbler Day is a day that recognizes this delightful dish every year on April 13th. Peach cobbler originally came from settlers who lacked ingredients. Unable to make traditional sweets like suet and puddings, settlers stewed peaches and used them to fill uncooked biscuits and dumplings. The finished treat looked like a cobbled street.
The name also comes from the ingredients being “cobbled” together. Some recipes have crusts that are thicker than others, with pie crusts used as the top and bottom crust.
You can celebrate today (and who wouldn’t want to?) by making your peach cobbler. It can be made from any type of peach and still taste delicious. So don’t feel bad if you have to pick up frozen peaches from the supermarket. Below we’ve listed some places you can get already-made delicious peach cobbler when visiting Orlando!
One of the top-rated places in Orlando is Nikki’s Place. Located just a few minutes from downtown Orlando. They serve traditional Southern food with homemade soul food flavor. They also offer catering and have been a part of Orlando’s food scene since 1999.
Disney’s Liberty Inn
Visiting the Walt Disney World and craving that sweet taste of cobbler? You can get a fresh warm slice of peach cobbler at Disney’s Liberty Inn in the World Showcase, the American Adventure Pavilion at Epcot.
And if you find your mouth watering and don’t want to wait, we’ve included some links to recipes. Here you can make your own delicious peach cobbler!
- Fresh Southern Peach Cobbler -myrecepies
- Southern Peach Cobbler -allrecipies
- Southern Peach Cobbler -grandbaby-cakes
We hope we’ve renewed your interest in this sweet dessert, and wish you a Happy Peach Cobbler Day!