A holiday for gourmets and sweet lovers comes on April 13, when Americans celebrate National Peach Cobbler Day with a great love for fresh berries, fruits, and amazing fillings. Everyone tries this soft, airy peach pie: easy to bake, it brings joy to your family and friends.
This dish was brought to the American continent by Europeans. First mention of this classic recipe dates back to 1850. The guarantee of taste was fresh fruit, but in some territories, it was not easy to get. First, biscuit was prepared and then the fruit mass. Numerous variations of Peach Cobbler are popular. The base remains unchanged: flour, sugar, berries, and fruits. The holiday originated in 1950 and was created to increase the sales of canned peaches. In April, consumers were reluctant to buy this item.
The biggest Peach Cobbler is an 11-foot-long dessert created at a festival in 2007.
- Peach Cobbler’s ancient ancestor is an ancient Roman pie based on meat and flour from 200 BC.
- Forget about your diet! A piece of cake contains up to 500 calories. Peaches are rich in vitamins A (improving vision, preserving skin elasticity) and C (supporting the immune system).
- Americans like having Peach Cobbler with two servings of vanilla ice cream, a classic accompaniment for dessert.
Baking dessert is a great activity, bringing people together, helping establish relationships. Invite relatives or a loved one. Bake pie according to a traditional recipe with fresh peaches, using original baking molds.
When is National Peach Cobbler Day celebrated in 2022?
National Peach Cobbler Day is observed on April 13 each year.