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Calhoun Bend Mill All Natural Peach Cobbler Mix -- 8 oz


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Calhoun Bend Mill All Natural Peach Cobbler Mix -- 8 oz

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Calhoun Bend Mill All Natural Peach Cobbler Mix Description

  • New Look... Awesome Taste!
  • Like Mom's Cooking!
  • Products Made in USA
  • Premium • All Natural
  • Easy to Bake • Serves 8
  • Just Add Fruit, Milk & Butter
  • Official Peach Cobbler - Louisiana Peach Festival

 


Directions

You Will Need:

Peaches: 1 Can (15-16 oz / 400-500g) sliced peaches in syrup, natural juice or water OR  Pie/fruit filling OR 4 *fresh peaches (1½ lbs / 700 g) peeled and sliced into thin wedges.

Milk: 2/3 Cup (160 ml)

Butter / Margarine: 4 Tablespoons (60 g) OR 1/2 stick

 

Butter / Margarine: 4 Tablespoons (60 g) OR 1/2 stick

 

Oven Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 375°F (190°C - Gas Mark 5).
  2. Melt butter in either an 8 or 9 inch (20-23 cm) baking dish or iron skillet.
  3. Combine milk with cobble mix; stir thoroughly to remove any lumps.
  4. Pour batter over butter. then pour canned peaches with syrup, natural juice or water OR fresh* peaches (3 cups / 600 g) over batter. Distribute peaches evenly; avoid stirring. Note: Batter will rise above peaches while baking to form a golden crust.
  5. Bake 30-35 minutes or until bubbly and golden brown. Serve warm. If desired, top with ice cream or whipped cream.

If using Fresh or Frozen (thaw & drain) fruit a simple syrup is required for preparation. Dissolve 1/4 Cup (60g) sugar in 1/2 Cup (120) warm water OR use 1/2 Cup (120 ml) of your favorite fruit juice.

 

Tasty Variations:

Use your choice of fresh* fruit, canned fruit OR pie /fruit filling in place of peaches.

Cream Cheese Cobbler - Blend 1 pkg (8 oz / 230 g) cream cheese, 1 Egg, ! Cup (190 g) sugar and 3 Tablespoon (20 g) flour until smooth. Spoon mixture into a resealable plastic bag, snip corner, squeeze in side-to-side motion over unbaked cobbler, bake as directed above.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 3 Tbsp. Dry Mix (28 g)
Servings per Container: About 8
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories100
   Calories from Fat0
Total Fat0 g0%
   Saturated Fat0 g0%
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium340 mg14%
Total Carbohydrate23 g8%
   Dietary Fiber0 g0%
   Sugars13 g
Protein1 g
Vitamin A0%
Vitamin C0%
Calcium2%
Iron2%
Other Ingredients: Cane sugar, unbleached wheat flour, leaveninig (sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate, monocalcium phosphate), salt, spice.
Contains: Wheat.
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5 Reasons Why You Should Eat More Peaches

August is the peak season for peaches. The juicy, delicious stone fruit is a staple of summer snacking from South Carolina to California.

Not only do peaches taste great, but they also offer a nutritional boost that is tough to beat, says Janet Bond Brill, a Hellertown, Pennsylvania-based registered dietitian.

“They are super low in calories, fat-free and chock full of nutrients,” she says. “This is as healthy as a snack gets.”

Health Benefits of Peaches Represented by Close-Up Image of Ripe Peach Cupped in Hands | Vitacost.com/blog

In fact, peaches might even ward off some types of disease. In honor of National Peach Month, here are five overlooked benefits of eating the flavorful fruit.

1. They help you age better

Peaches are packed with carotenoids such as:

  • Lutein
  • Zeaxanthin
  • Beta-cryptoxanthin

These compounds help protect against free radicals, which are unstable atoms that damage the body’s cells. Thus, the protective effect of peaches can help you age more gracefully, according to the Rutgers University New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station.

2. They help protect eyesight

Eating peaches can help keep your eyesight strong. The lutein and zeaxanthin present in peaches are associated with improved vision health.

These carotenoids help ward of chronic eye diseases such as age-related macular degeneration.

3. They keep diabetes and heart disease at bay

Peaches – and other stone fruits such as nectarines and plums – appear to have bioactive and phenolic compounds that fight both obesity and inflammation, according to researchers at Texas A&M University.

In addition, peaches may help reduce LDL cholesterol levels. LDL is the so-called "bad" cholesterol (LDL) associated with higher risk of cardiovascular disease.

“Peaches are a wonderful food for helping prevent and treat obesity, type-2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease,” Brill says.

4. They reduce your risk of developing breast cancer

Eating two or three peaches a day can significantly reduce your risk of developing breast cancer, according to a joint study out of Texas A&M and Washington State University.

The researchers found that peach polyphenols -- compounds that protect the peach from the sun’s UV radiation -- act as antioxidants in lab mice, protecting them from DNA damage associated with breast cancer.

The amount of peach polyphenols given to the mice was equivalent to two or three peaches consumed by humans.

5. They can protect your kidneys and colon

Peaches are rich in potassium, which helps protect the body against the formation of kidney stones.

In addition, peaches are a high-fiber food. A diet rich in fiber can reduce your risk of developing hemorrhoids and diverticular disease, in which small pouches form in the colon.

Getting more peaches in your diet

The easiest way to get the health benefits of peaches is to simply eat them whole. "Wash and eat on the go," Brill says.

She also suggests adding peaches to smoothies and salads, and looking for other creative ways to increase your intake of the fruit.

"Bake a peach pie with a low-calorie sweetener instead of sugar," she suggests.

You can also chop peaches and add the pieces to cereal, oatmeal, pancake batter or yogurt.

Finally, don't be afraid to enjoy dried peaches or canned peaches, particularly in the winter, when fresh peaches are harder to find and are often more expensive.

A study published in the Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture reported that canned peaches are just as packed with nutrients as their fresh counterparts.

In fact, the canning process may actually open the cell walls of a peach's flesh, making it easier for the body to extract the nutritional benefits of the fruit.

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