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Peach Cobbler Bites

Summer is finally here! My garden is bursting out of the planter boxes and the first peppers and tomatoes are starting to appear. The weather has turned hot and humid. Some of my summer flowers are starting to bloom. And, the first few, fresh peaches of the season are starting to appear in local markets. That means it's time for peach cobbler! Instead of my usual recipe though, I decided to experiment with a cookie version that would be easier to pack and take in my lunches or as a snack. They've been a hit!

Peach Cobbler Bites

-1 ½ cups all-purpose flour

- ½ cup sugar

- ½ cup greek yogurt, peach flavored (vanilla will work in a pinch, but they won't be quite as peachy)

- ¼ cup fresh, chopped peaches (About 1 normal sized peach, two if they're small.)

- 3 tbsp melted butter

- 1 tsp vanilla extract

- ¼ tsp baking soda

- ¼ tsp salt

Peach Cobbler BItes - The Peachy Pixel

1. Preheat oven to 350. Grease two cookie sheets.

2. Blend melted butter and sugar in a medium sized mixing bowl. Follow by adding yogurt, vanilla extract and peaches. The mixture will be quite wet and soupy. Add the flour in portions until fully incorporated.

Peach Cobbler BItes - The Peachy Pixel

3. I made these small, and used a teaspoon to portion them out. The recipe makes about 20-24 small cookies. Cook them for about 8 minutes. They are prone to burn on the bottom, so watch them carefully. They will still be a little soft when they come out. Allow them to cool for 5-10 minutes so that they can set up properly.

Peach Cobbler BItes - The Peachy Pixel