Monday, July 5, 2010

The Monday Recipe Blog

Hello....It's summer and it's hot.  We have a weekend coming up in about five days.  Great time to start planning a barbeque!  Continuing with our summer barbeque recipes, today we will have grilled peach cobbler.  Yes, grilled peach cobbler.  Why not?  You can grill just about anything, and what's better than peach cobbler?  Now, it may not be exactly like the peach cobbler that you cook up in your kitchen, but hey, it's grilled, and that makes it even better!

Grilled Peach Cobbler:

4 peaches, ripe and with the seed cut out, and each peach cut into eighths.
8 Tablespoons brown sugar
1 stick of cold butter, unsalted and cut up into little pieces
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 cup granola, any type
1/2 cup heated, prepared caramel sauce or topping
Slightly softened ice cream, vanilla

Cut 4  12 inch squares of aluminum foil while the grill is heating up to medium.
Divide the peaches equally onto the four squares of foil, and put an equal amount of butter, brown sugar and cinnamon over each.  Fold up the foil to seal all edges.

Place the foil packets on the grill and cover.  Cook over medium heat for about 15 minutes, or until the peaches are soft and the butter is melted.

Let the peaches sit for 5 minutes after you remove them from heat.

Place the contents of each foil packet into dessert dishs, along with a scoop of ice cream in each dish.  Top with granola, then drizzle the caramel sauce.

This recipe serves four.  700 calories per serving (ouch, but you don't do this often, right?). 91 grams carbs, 7 grams protein, 85 mg cholesterol and 36 grams of fat.

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