Peach Cobbler

While many of us have had dumplings in soup, having dumplings in a desert is rather novel and delicious. Thank you to Joanna for providing us with this recipe (click on Read More) that was served to us on the French River.  Click here to see additional camping recipes. Please send along additional recipes to the Membership Coordinator so they can be added to the camping page.
1 can of sliced peaches + 1/2 cup of water
1 tablespoon of sugar (brown or regular)
1 cup Bisquick mix
1/3 cup milk
cinnamon, slivered almonds - optional
1 Empty can of peaches into big pot
2 Add half cup of water and sugar, use less or more sugar depending on desired sweetness
3 Stir Bisquick mix and milk to form soft dough, add more milk/water if dough feels too stiff. This step can be easily done in a small Ziploc bag. 
4 Bring the peaches mix to a gentle boil
5 Drop dough by spoonfuls onto boiling peaches and syrup, reduce heat. You can also roll small balls of dough by hand.
6 Cover and cook 15 to 20 minutes depending on how big the pot is in relation to the burner to make sure that the dumplings closer to the side of the pot are also cooked through.
7 Serve warm sprinkled with cinnamon, almonds or freshly picked blueberries or just about anything that you find compatible with the dish.