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Actually, we call peach crisp a cobbler around here just because we can. Technically a cobbler has a biscuit or pastry crust and a crisp has a streusel crust. The streusel all kind of melts together and becomes a crispy topping for whatever ripe fruit you put under it. Peaches are my favorite. There is just something about the way a ripe peach interacts with the brown sugar and butter in the streusel that is decadent. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top and………….
In this case I didn’t have enough peaches and so a grabbed a couple of ripe mangoes that I had on the counter. The flavors are similar and I think the super sweet mango actually kind of enhances the peaches. You can make it with part mango, all mango, or all peaches – it will still be amazing.
You can use canned or frozen peaches in this if you must but it will never taste as good as it does when you use fresh peaches that are fully ripe and still warm from the sun.
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