Mac’s Speed ​​Shop in Charlotte Shares Peach Cobbler Recipe


Mac’s Speed ​​Shop has a new peach cobbler on its summer menu.


Mac’s Speed ​​Shop knows how to face those scorching summer days in Charlotte: With fashionable peach cobbler.

The $7 dessert is served hot and topped with vanilla ice cream – best eaten on sticky summer nights while sitting on the restaurant’s patio.

Prefer to do it at home? In fact, you can do it too: our friends at Mac sent us the recipe. Happy summer baking!

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Mac’s Speed ​​Shop serves trendy peach cobblers. Melissa Oyler CharlotteFive

Mac’s Speed ​​Shop Peach Cobbler

Give a pan.

Cobbler trim:

  • Peaches, frozen 2.5 pounds
  • Lemon juice, bottled 2 tablespoons
  • Granulated sugar 1.5 cups
  • salt, kosher 1/2 tbsp
  • AP flour 3/4 cup
  • Melted butter 4 oz.
  • Ground cinnamon 1/2 tbsp

Cobbler trim:

  • AP flour 1 cup
  • Sugar, granulated 1 cup
  • Baking powder 1/2 tbsp
  • Ground cinnamon 1/2 tbsp
  • Salt, kosher 1/2 tbsp
  • Butter 2 ounces
  • Eggs, whole 2 each

Preparation instructions:

  1. Let the peaches thaw at room temperature.
  2. Preheat oven to 350 degrees, fan high.
  3. Mix all the ingredients well.
  4. Lightly spray the aluminum half pan with stove spray.
  5. Spread the cobbler’s filling evenly in the pan.
  6. Cover the mold with aluminum foil.
  7. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.
  8. Remove from oven, remove foil and allow mixture to cool to room temperature.

When you are ready to cook:

  1. Mix all the dry ingredients together.
  2. Cut butter into dry ingredients, using hands to rub in butter and flour mixture. Should look lumpy.
  3. Mix the eggs and incorporate.
  4. Using two spoons or a 1 oz tablespoon, evenly distribute the filling over the room temperature filling. Should look like peas.
  5. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees, fan high for 45 minutes. Turn and check the cobbler after 30 minutes.
  6. Remove the cobbler from the oven, the filling should be hard to the touch.


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Melissa Oyler is the editor of CharlotteFive. When she’s not writing or editing, you’ll find her running, practicing hot yoga, or snuggling up with her rescue dog, X. Find her on Instagram or Twitter: @melissaoyler.