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Piping hot fruit slices combined with a yummy crust, peach cobbler is a delicious way to make juicy peaches even more delicious. National Peach Cobbler Day is the perfect excuse to eat, enjoy and share this tasty treat! 

History of National Peach Cobbler Day

The background of National Peach Cobbler Day dates back more than 70 years to the 1950s when the Georgia Peach Council began to promote the day with the state. Some people are curious about the fact that fresh peaches are not available in the month of April, when the day is scheduled, but it seems that was intentional. That’s because the day was purposefully situated so that canned peaches would be used to make peach cobbler.

Today, National Peach Cobbler Day continues to be observed in the springtime, giving a whole host of reasons to celebrate!

How to Celebrate National Peach Cobbler Day

It’s certainly not a difficulty to observe National Peach Cobbler Day! It’s a delightful time to pay honor to this gorgeous dessert in a variety of ways, including some of these:

Enjoy Eating Peach Cobbler

National Peach Cobbler Day is the perfect time to enjoy delicious peaches wrapped in dough and baked into a tasty dessert. Try ordering a portion at a restaurant for lunch or dinner. Or, to be sure it’s on the menu, go ahead and special order a peach cobbler in advance from your favorite local bakery. And don’t forget to serve it warmed with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Try Making Peach Cobbler

Those who are feeling a bit adventurous in the kitchen might want to try making dessert in honor of National Peach Cobbler Day. And this is a great day to scratch that culinary itch, even for newbies, because the whole point of peach cobbler is that it is rather easy to make!

One of the simplest ways to make peach cobbler is by using refrigerated crescent roll dough or a can of refrigerated biscuits to make the crust for the cobbler. And those who use either pre-sliced canned peaches or canned peach pie filling are in for a quick and easy treat. Don’t forget to sprinkle cinnamon or cinnamon sugar over the top after it is baked to top it off.

Host a Peach Cobbler Bake Off

Find out who is the best baker of peach cobbler by hosting a bake off with a group of friends or coworkers. Let the participants choose their best from-scratch peach cobbler recipe, whether it’s from an easy internet search or inherited from grandma. Depending on the facilities, participants can make their peach cobblers in advance or on site.

Then, whether in the breakroom at work or at an after hours party dedicated to National Peach Cobbler Day, have a few judges perform a taste test to see which of the submissions are the best. Provide fun or silly prizes to the winner, or just let them have bragging rights about having made the best peach cobbler!

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