Southern Girl Desserts: Lazy Peach Cobbler & Pie In A Jar

Southern Girl Desserts: Lazy Peach Cobbler & Pie In A Jar

October is National Dessert Month and Shoneji Robison and Catarah Hampshire from Southern Girl Desserts join Billy Bush and Kit Hoover on Access Hollywood Live to share easy breezy Southern recipes. From Aunt Johnnie Mae’s Pie in a Jar to Ms. Gail’s Lazy Peach Cobbler, who are the inspirations for the names for their desserts?

Beneful.Play. It's good for you. . Easy breezy southern recipes. Nobody does it. That's right. No, not at all. First up, we're going to do, what's the one in the jar we're going to do? In the south you love a mason jar. Of course. Got to have a mason jar. We're doing a pie in a jar. It's really simple. What we do is we use our wide mouth. You have to be able to fit your hands inside. So it's basically that. You're going to spray your pan down. Okay. Now, of course at southern girl desserts we do everything from scratch but if you don't have time for that go to your local grocery store and get you some ready. Piecrust. Exactly and it's good to go. So what you want to do is just spray down -- let me see here -- spray down. This is aunt johnny mae. That's actually my grandmother. Okay. So at southern girl desserts we have names for all of our desserts. From the cookies to the cupcakes. We name somebody. Because we have gotten those recipes from family and that's the stuff that makes it near and dear to us. Family comes out of the woodwork. I know southern people and particular african american community the grandmother is on a pedestal. Absolutely. They're not that old person in the way. Yeah, they kind of put the foundation for the people that we are. This is our way of doing that by honoring our grandmother by naming them my grandmother is martha, we named her the red velvet cupcake after her. Beautiful I love it. Yeah. Ms. Gail is a family friend and gave us this recipe and everybody can't make peach cobbler from scratch. It's a lot of work and takes a lot of time. This is an easy way to do it. You want to get involved? Yeah. We're going to take this bowl here. You're going to mix everything together. Somebody can grab the flour and dump it in the bowl. Self-rising? Self-rising. Ms. Gail is like this is my recipe. We have the self-rising flour and the sugar and then we have condensed milk. This will help you right here. That's the sweet milk. You go all out. If if you do it, you do it right. It's so rich. Cinnamon to taste. Some people like a lot. Some people like a little. We like a lot of everything in the south. Key ingredients. The butter baby. The butter. And then we got our little magic little whipper over here you want to try it. That's real good. Okay. This is the crust. So instead of that trust you're making it really fast. Okay. And what about the -- -- that's what it looks like. The magic of tv. Okay we know we're just going to add this little 5 second -- that's why I had you do it. You know it was a set up, right? I got you. We usually put pam spray in but we missed that part. That's all right. And there you go, peach time. My turn? Yeah. Billy's turn. There you go. It's juice and all. You want all the juice. All of that. And you're just going to put this on top and stick it in the oven on 350 degrees for 30 to 40 minutes until it's golden brown. All right, ladies. We got the beauty dish pumpkin pie and a pumpkin. We have everything to try. We'll do that in just a second. These address piece on access ] I'm trying the pie in a jar. I'm going peach cobbler. It's a home run. It's an absolute home run. I can't even stand it's so good. What's your number one dessert? Sweet potato pie cupcake. Everything sweet potato. This makes me dance. Listen, I miss my southern girls. digiorno?