Easy Peach Cobbler

EASY homemade Peach Cobbler takes minutes to prep and buttery and delicious. This is our FAVORITE peach dessert!

Cobbler is one of those desserts that is delicious year round! I crave the fruit during the summer, but the warm gooeyness during cold months. Peach is the flavor we make the most, but our blackberry and apple cobblers are just as tasty!

Close up of Peach Cobbler topped with vanilla ice cream in a bowl.

Easy Peach Cobbler!

I haven’t always loved fruity desserts (I’m more of a chocolate girl), but have fallen in love with them. From Fruit Pizza to  Strawberry Shortcake to Cobbler – they have become favorites, and I can’t get enough of them.

Today, we wanted to share with you our favorite homemade peach cobbler recipe that takes just a few minutes to prep and is beyond simple!

Let me tell you – this recipe is AMAZING!! In fact, it’s become one of my favorite desserts to serve last minute because we always have the ingredients on hand, and it’s easy to double for a larger crowd.

Cobbler or Crumble: They are similar but the key difference is that cobblers have biscuit topping and a crumble has a streusel topping. Crisps are crumbles that have oats in the streusel. 

Homemade peach cobbler batter poured in baking dish.

How to Make Peach Cobbler

This cobbler recipe is so easy, which makes it perfect to throw together for a last minute dessert. Especially because we almost always have these ingredients on hand!

PREP. Preheat your oven to 350° and melt the butter in a 9×9 pan in your oven.

CAKE. In a medium bowl, mix the flour, sugar, milk, baking powder, and salt really well. Take the pan out of the oven once the butter is melted and pour the batter mixture over it.

PEACHES. Spoon the peaches (with the juice) over it. Do NOT mix!!

BAKE + SERVE. Bake for 30-35 minutes and serve warm.

We love to serve it with vanilla ice cream and whipped cream! It seriously is the best and easiest cobbler that is so bread-y and gooey!

Fresh Peaches on cutting board to use in peach cobbler.

prefer to use Fresh Peaches for peach cobbler?

I personally like to use canned peaches, because I think they taste just as good, and it saves me SO much time by not having to do any slicing. But if you prefer your peaches to be fresh, it is definitely possible with this recipe!

The only change you’ll make to the recipe is substituting the canned peaches with a boiled fresh peach mixture.

PEACHES. Take 2 cups of freshly sliced peaches (about 4-5 peaches, peeled, cored and sliced), ¾ cup of sugar, and dash of salt, and bring to a boil over high heat. Pour over batter in the 9×9 pan. Do not mix!

The rest of the recipe remains exactly the same.

For more tips and tricks, check out our Fresh Peach Cobbler Recipe.

How to make peach cobbler process image - peaches being added to batter.

Tips and Troubleshooting

  • Use the whole can: This recipe calls for using the entire can of peaches. If you drain it, then the cobbler may turn out too dry. 
  • Is it done? The biscuit topping will rise to the top and become a nice golden brown. The peach filling at the bottom will be bubbly. Keep in mind that we baked our cobbler in a glass baking dish. If you use a metal pan, then it may bake more quickly. 
  • Switch the Spice: Replace the cinnamon with a similar favorite spice such as 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg, or allspice or a pumpkin pie spice. 
  • Add Berries:Add some blueberries, strawberries, raspberries or blackberries, but toss them in some cornstarch first. 
  • Add Cornstarch: If you’re worried about mushy and runny cobbler, mix some cornstarch into the peaches. In a small bowl add 1 teaspoon cold water and 1 teaspoon cornstarch. Once it has been mixed, stir it into the peaches. As the cobbler bakes the hot liquid will activate the cornstarch.
Peach Cobbler recipe fresh from oven in baking dish.

Storing tips + FAQ

Room temperature: Cover and store for up to 2 days

Refrigerator: Cover and store for up to 4 days

How to freeze? Cover with plastic wrap then again with foil and store for up to 8 months. Our peach cobbler can be frozen.

  • After baking let the cobbler cool and cover with plastic wrap then again with aluminum foil.
  • Label the contents and include the current date. Freeze for to 6-8 months.
  • To reheat thaw overnight in the fridge. Remove plastic wrap replace foil and bake in a preheated oven to 350 degrees F for about 20 minutes.

How to reheat? We love having peach cobbler warm. To reheat the cobbler, use the microwave and reheat in 30 second increments. If you want to reheat in the stove, just bake at 350 for 10 minutes if at room temperature, and about 20 minutes if the cobbler is chilled.

Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe topped with vanilla ice cream in a bowl.

Oh, man – this is my favorite. And it seriously only takes 5 minutes to throw together!! That is probably why I always like to have the ingredients plus a tub of vanilla ice cream on hand!! For another delicious cobbler, try our Blackberry Cobbler!

For more peach desserts, check out:

Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe

4.97 from 265 votes
EASY homemade Peach Cobbler takes minutes to prep and buttery and delicious. This is our FAVORITE peach dessert!
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Servings 6
Calories 394 kcal
Author Lil’ Luna



  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • Melt cube of butter in 9×9 pan in oven.
  • In a medium bowl, mix flour, sugar, milk, baking powder and salt. Mix well.
  • Take out the pan with the melted butter and pour batter mixture over it making sure it spreads mostly evenly.
  • Spoon peaches (with the juice) over it. Do not mix. Sprinkle with cinnamon if desired.
  • Bake for 38-44 minutes.



If you prefer to use fresh peaches:

Substitute the canned peaches in step 4 with this boiled peach mixture. Take 2 cups of freshly sliced peaches, 1 cup of sugar, and 1 Tablespoon of lemon juice, and bring to a boil over high heat. Pour over the batter in the 8×8 pan and do not mix.

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  1. I am totally the same way. I'm not a fan of fruit in desserts, and rarely care for any type of pie that doesn't involve chocolate. Peach cobbler might be a go, though; I LOVE peaches!

    1. Use All-purpose if you follow the recipe b/c you’ll be adding the baking powder and salt. If you use self rising flour, omit the baking powder and salt because self-rising flour already has that in it.

    2. 4 stars

      1. Yes, the recipe did call for 1/2 cup of butter but I’m thinking that 2 cups of butter made it delicious! I have a small crush on butter. LOL I am in the process of baking the cobbler now but in a hurry, like always, I used a large can of peach pie filling because I thought I had canned peaches. BUMMER, but I think it’s going to turn out just as tasty. We’ll see. Thank you for the recipe.

  2. I love peach cobbler! It is one of my favorite summer recipes. I am definitely going to try this! xo MegganPS – I am having an Anthropologie giveaway this week that I think you would like!

  3. This looks a lot like the recipe I have from my aunt and it is the BEST ever! It’s so hard to resist a nice soft, warm peach cobbler like this. 🙂

  4. I am going to try this, but want to try it with the crockpot(due to heating up the house). Any suggestions? I’ll let you know what happens!

    1. Hmmmm, never tried the crock pot. Let me know how it goes and I can add some notes to the recipe for those who want to try it as well. 🙂

  5. 5 stars
    This has {almost} been my family’s peach cobbler recipe for as long as I can remember – 30+ years. We are from Peach County in GA and we know our peach cobbler 😉 You can use 1 cup of self-rising flour in place of the plain flour, baking powder, and salt. Also, add 1/2 t. of pure almond extract to the batter. That is the ingredient that takes this to the next level. 🙂

  6. Hi. Thought I would make this during our Christmas festivities. Just curious if you use can peaches with heavy syrup or juice.

      1. 5 stars
        For those that have diabetic husbands who love their sweets, I’ve tweaked the recipe. Canned peaches in juice, drained the juice and added ½ c. Splenda blend to the juice. Place the peaches on the batter then pour the juice over gently. Same with the batter, cut the sugar to ½ c. Splenda blend. Works like a charm!

  7. If you use self-rising flour you don’t need the baking powder, and I use a half a stick of butter when I make it. You can also make it with pretty much any combination of fruit or berries – fresh, frozen, or canned – and you can play with extracts and spices. I like a bit of cinnamon and nutmeg with peaches, almond extract with raspberries, lemon or cinnamon with blueberries, vanilla with strawberries.

    1. I have never tried it with Bisquick but will have to next time and let you know. If you decide to try it before me I’d love to know how it turns out. 😉

    1. I’m SO glad!! It’s definitely my favorite cobbler recipe because it is so yummy and is SO easy. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!

  8. I melted the 1/2 cup of butter in oven and followed directions. The butter looks like alot. After I baked it, in the end it looks like soup. Is it supposed to be like that?

    1. It does look soupy, once everything is poured in, but in the end, after it bakes, it will be just fine. Did it turn out ok? I hope so!!

    2. 5 stars
      Yes I thought it was a lot of butter too and mine came out so soupy after it came out of the oven. The first time I did this I cut down on the butter and the sugar and it came out perfect.

    1. You probably would need to. I personally haven’t tried using fresh peaches. I’m not sure what would be the best juice to add? A peach juice or just water??

      1. The peaches cooked on the stove with the sugar and lemon juice comes out to be really juicy. No need to add any other liquid. I always use fresh fruit (peaches) with any cobbler I make and it always comes out perfect.

  9. 5 stars
    This was just luscious! And so easy to make. I did cut up my peach slices to ensure a good distribution of peaches throughout the pan.
    It was superb with both vanilla bean ice cream and real whipped cream. I tested both in the name of science. You are welcome.
    This will make a great last-minute dessert for company!

  10. 5 stars
    WOW!!! This Peach Cobbler is simply DELICIOUS. My husband LOVED it and asked when would I make it again.
    Thank you so much for making dessert so easy.

  11. 5 stars
    My Grandma made great cobblers, so early on I was hooked. But then again everything she cooked was delicious. I would and y her side in the kitchen watch in awe! She did sprinkle a light poor of nutmeg or cinnamon on top of peaches.
    I am amazed you even have time to cook with 6 kids. I raised 4 it does force ya to be somewhat organized!????

    1. I loved everything my grandma made, too! Well, that’s why I love quick & easy recipes 🙂 It can be hard! But, yes, it forces you to be organized 🙂

  12. Hello Lil luna, this pastime year my wife of 36 years , fell sick to manners disease . So cooking meals and desserts has been left to my prowess in the kitchen. May I say scrambled eggs was my claim to fame. I have been teaching myself coozing with the help of sites as yours. I look forward to preparing wonderfully dishes for my wife with the help of your wonderfully recipes. Love your easy recipes. Thank you for helping a lost in the kitchen guy..

    1. Awe, you are so nice! I am sorry about your wife. You are awesome for taking great care of her. I am here to help 🙂 I am glad you stop by & find some recipes to try!

  13. 5 stars
    I’ve always used self-rising flour in the recipe….never fails. Just leave the salt and baking powder out. Delicious

  14. 5 stars
    I’ve been making this cobbler for over 50 years of my marriage. My mother make it before me. I would never, ever use can peaches! Only fresh peaches go into my cobblers. Some think there is no difference. Trust me, close your eyes when you taste your first spoonful you will never go can peaches again. Other wise you will love, love, love this recipe. WARNING: Under no circumstances add cinnamon. For some reason people always want to add this fabulous spice to Peach Cobbler. Don’t spoil the recipe leave the cinnamon in the spice cabinet this time.

    1. Fresh is definitely best, but when in a pinch, I use canned. Thanks for the 5 stars & comment 🙂

  15. 5 stars
    I gave this a try, made a few changes. Added a bit of vanilla, and a touch of cinnamon. It was delicious and a hit with the family. Next time will try to reduce the sugar, might have been a little too sweet. Wondered how if it’d work with canned pie filling like apple or blueberry. Would probably need more liquid, have to give that a little more thought.

    1. Thanks for sharing what you did. I have not tried it with other fillings, but I bet that would be good.

    1. I haven’t tried frozen, just canned or fresh, but you should be able to. I would let them thaw out first.

      1. Usually, in a larger pan, the cooking time is shorter, but since it is doubled, it may be close to the same. I would just time it for 30 min then add a minute at a time from there, if it needs it. If your oven gets super hot, like mine, you could even check it at like 25 minutes.

  16. 5 stars
    I found your recipe for this homemade peach cobbler and I’m so excited to try it! I Am cooking it as I sit here. 16 minutes left!!

    1. That makes me so happy to hear!! I am glad you found it, too! Thank you for letting me know & I hope you like it!

  17. 5 stars
    This is a good recipe. But I have to disagree with you that canned peaches taste just as good as fresh. Usually when I look up a recipe like this I am doing it because I have fresh fruit off of my trees I need to use it up before it spoils. So of course I’m going to use fresh peaches. Peeling may be a pain but it makes could use the peaches in the fresh ones taste a lot better!

    1. Fresh peaches of course taste delicious!! And, if I had some, I am sure I would use them too 🙂

  18. 5 stars
    I love ur site Mrs Luna !!!!! And i love ur happy smile & attitude towards ur honey & kids & super awesome life!!! Thanks for helping me feed my 2 Boys my husband & my son!!!! I love ur recipes & your awesome positivity!!!! Keep smiling & thanks for all u do. 🙂 many blessings to you & your fam.

    1. You are so sweet!! Thank you so much for your encouragement! I am so glad you like the recipes you try 🙂 Thanks again!

  19. Few questions to confirm. Do I peel the peaches? Does it matter if the peaches are hot? Does it come out more wet or crispy? And is your time based on a metal pan or glass dish?

    1. I like to use canned peaches for convenience, but if you are using fresh, yes, I would peel them. No, they don’t need to be hot 🙂 I use glass pans & it comes out more wet, than crispy. It’s perfect!

  20. 5 stars
    My wife and I argue which peach cobbler is the best. I like more cake, and this is EXACTLY how I like it! Super easy to prep, and cook at the same time while everyone is enjoying a meal.

  21. 5 stars
    Thank you for helping me score major husband points with this recipe. He is IN LOVE with this Peach Cobbler. I will for sure be making this often!!

  22. 5 stars
    I’m a sucker for a good cobbler. Thanks for adding the instructions on how to use fresh peaches. It turned out delicious.

  23. 5 stars
    Wow, this was so easy to make & so tasty! We love peaches at our house, so of course this was gone so fast! This is an easy dessert for company or to take to a potluck or party.

  24. 5 stars
    I bet you could make this cobbler with Cherries, blueberry’s or just about any fruit or berry that you wanted to. It would make a great Razzleberry cobbler. I like making Razzleberry Pies at the holidays but I bet it would be great to make it as a cobbler.

    Thanks for the idea

    1. You are so welcome & so right!! It would be great with any fruit! You’ll just have to have one of each at the holidays 🙂

  25. I make a peach cobbler similar to this but i add cinnamon and substitue about 1/4 of the sugar with brown sugar. My questions is Why do we not mix the butter with other ingredients? VirTually every recEipe fot peach cobbler says not to mix them. Why?

    1. Good question..I haven’t tried. You need the juice from the canned peaches or the fresh peach option in the blog post. With frozen peaches, there isn’t juice, so maybe doing them the way you would with the fresh peaches (it’s in the post).

  26. 5 stars
    krystyn, we LOVED IT !! I will have been married for 50 yrs this august and This is the first time i have ever had peach cobbler. I made it tonight and my husband and i just loved it. thank you!! poor guy. he said he’s had it before in the army. he just never asked me for it before. Now I know how good and how easy it is i will be making it more often.

  27. 5 stars
    This was so simple and delicious. I find myself always buying a can of peaches when I go to the store. I did have to cook it longer than recipe said. As I like to say when trying a new recipe “Its a Keeper”

  28. Hi, you said you used canned peaches in juice. I found only canned peaches in heavy syrup. If I use them, would I have to cut down on the Sugar? I think juice isn’t as sweet as Syrup. Thank you for a fast and simple dessert. I hope mine will turn out Excellent!

  29. 5 stars
    I have made this recipe for 45 years. i got it from my mother and i have no idea where she got it. my family love it. you can substitute canned apples for the peaches.

    1. I hope you do try this! I have so many different desserts. You would need to go on & look at the desserts, so you can find out which ones you can have.

  30. 5 stars
    I was wanting to try your recipe so badly, but didn’t have peaches or a pan to bake it in the oven (we just moved and haven’t gotten one yet). So I improvised. And I cannot wait to try this in the oven and with peaches!! It was heavenly.

    I used red delicious apples instead, adding a tiny bit of vanilla and sprinkled the top with cinnamon. I cooked it on a gas stovetop: on a skillet with a lid on low heat for 35min. I followed your directions, just in the skillet pan.

    Thanks for making a recipe that can be easily tweaked!

    1. Awesome! I’ll have to try with apples 🙂 I hope you try it with the peaches, when you are settled! Thank you!

  31. 5 stars
    made and served this super easy recipe to friends on saturday and they couldn’t stop talking about how good it was. I THOUGHT it would be really sweet with 1 cup sugar plus the juice from the peaches, but it was perfect. i will definitely be making this again.

  32. 5 stars
    I NEVER LEAVE COMMENTS FOR RECIPES I TRY, BUT I HAVE TO SAY THAT THIS PEACH COBBLER HAS BEEN A HUGE hit every time I bake it. Which has been really often. Like, the first time I made it, I loved it so much that I made it the next three days in a row. My friends request it at every get-together. really easy to make for a person like me who isn’t very cooking-inclined. I add a bit of CINNAMON, nutmeg and vanilla now for an extra kick. THANKS SO MUCH FOR POSTING THIS!

    1. You are so welcome!! I love hearing this. I am so glad you like this recipe 🙂 Thank you so much for sharing that!

  33. 5 stars
    Excellent recipe! Too salty first time I made it and switched to unsalted butter a skip pinch of salt. Much better like that. I glaze it with a 1/2 CUP POWDER sugar, 1.5 tbs SOUR cream, and 1/4 TSP ALMOND extract icing.

    This is Soo good!

  34. 5 stars
    I am in the process of baking this right now, and it smells and looks devine. The only difference is that I used canned diced peaches and it’s awesome. Thank you

  35. 5 stars
    Thanks for this easy, delicious cobbler RECIPE. My husband loves it with vanilla ice cream. It’s a quick evening treat.

  36. Hi Kristyn, I am looking forward to baking this cobbler, especially because your recipe is so easy to make. I was just confused as I thought the crumble/batter goes on top to make a crunchy layer on top? Maybe I’m thinking of a different type of PEACH DESSERT, BUT CAN YOU LET ME KNOW WHY THE PEACHES AREN’T ON THE BOTTOM AND THE BATTER SITS ON TOP OR WHAT THAT DESSERT MAY BE CALLED? tHANKS IN ADVANCE.

    1. Not in this recipe, but you could be thinking of a crisp, where there is a brown sugar mixture on top or maybe some cobblers do, but not this one. I do hope you try & like it 🙂

      1. Thanks for the response. Good to know. I am definitely going to try your recipe out. Just need to get the motivation to make a trip to the market in this new environment. I know this cobbler will make it all worth it at the end. 🙂

  37. 5 stars
    I have been making your Recipes foe a while. I have made your Heavenly Dinner Rolls, and never disappointed. flawless. I have used the same dough for Cinnamon rolls, Flawless. everything is just so wonderful I all ways come here to see what I can find. Your Recipes are Deserving of a 10 Star. Best ever Recipes, and from a chef who actually can Bake. Thank you for all you do for all of us and so glad I found you. Be Blessed and stay safe.

    1. Awe, that is the nicest thing to say!! Thank you so much for trying my recipes! I am so glad you like what you’ve tried 🙂

  38. 5 stars
    All i can say is WOW!!!! Ive been wanting to make peach cobbler for the longest but i COULDN’T find an easy enough RECIPE. Im not much of a cook let alone baker But i must say, im proud of myself lol!!! Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe.

  39. 5 stars
    Made this tonight. it was DElicious. I made my cobler In a 9×13 pan and used 2 15oz cans of peaches. Everything else made aS directed. Was great, and husBand approved.

  40. If I use a 29oz can of peaches how much of the other ingredients would I use? Due to your recipe calls for only a 15oz can.

    Thank you!!

    1. I would double it, since that’s about double the peaches. Or, it can be really peachy 🙂 I haven’t tried adding that much, without doubling everything.

    2. Thank you kristyn I will try this and see how ITturns out if not so good will drop down to the 15 oz can of peaches instead……. I’ll get it one WAy or ANOTHER??. I’m so EXCIted about how simple this recipe is.

  41. 5 stars
    Love this reCipe! Made this with self rising flouR and canned peaches…. i purEed the peaches and reduced them in sugar and peach bellini. I crumbled the cobbler on top of A french vanilla cake with Fresh buttercream icing It was a hit…..thank you so much!!!!

  42. 5 stars
    This a very easy and delicious cobbler. I like more peaches so l added another can. I have not found another recipe to beat this one.

    1. That makes me so happy to hear! Nothing wrong with adding more peaches! I do too! Thank you!

  43. 5 stars
    Ive never made a recipe that was this easy to make aNd turn out sO incredibly delicious!!!
    Thank you!!

    1. 5 stars
      I’ve made this type of recipe for 20 yrs and it’s good… I got sick and wasn’t able to make it for awhile.. Then lost the recipe and came here and found it… But it says 1/2 cup of butter.. Then melt 1 cube in oven .. When it says mix milk, flour , salt etc. it doesn’t mention the rest of the butter. If I melt a cube .. Where the 1/2 cup going ? I can’t remember since I lost my recipe ..

      1. Oh I’m happy you found one similar to yours from 20 years ago. So the one cube of butter is the 1/2 cup. The ingredient list includes how much (1/2 cup) and then in the directions, it refers to that same amount as a cube, since one cube of butter = 1/2 cup. Hopefully that helps make sense! So, you’ll melt the 1/2 cup (one cube) of butter and then add the batter on top of that. No extra butter added later. 🙂

  44. 5 stars
    It was delicious! I only had a 1/4 c of regular sugar so I added a no calorie sweetener and a couple of dashes of cinnamon and it was amazing. My new go to recipe.

  45. 5 stars
    I loved the flavor, it was very good with the ice cream. Just one question, why did I have melted butter sitting on the bottom of the the pan? Thanks for the recipe.

    1. That is a good question. There might be a little, but there shouldn’t be a puddle of butter. I wish I knew? Glad you liked the flavor!

  46. 5 stars
    Great recipe and so easy to make, i added a sprinkling of cinnamom to the dry ingredients before i added the milk. Delicious! Thanks for the recipe.

  47. 5 stars
    i made this cobbler with fresh peaches and it was out of this world delicious. this is now my favorite recipe for cobbler. I’m going to try it next with blackberries. i give this recipe a hearty thumbs up. it is delicious and so easy.

  48. This reminds me of the one my grandmother made. I have a question though. The peaches she used were in heavy syrup. Do you use heavy or light syrup? Thanks for a great recipe.

  49. 5 stars
    I love when peaches are in season for recipes just like this one! Perfect fix for my sweet tooth; my whole family loved it!

    1. I am not too familiar with cooking in higher altitude, so I am not sure if you would need to or not. I know usually the baking time differs. Let me know if you give it a try 🙂

  50. I had the same issue as one of your reviews but added 10 – 15 MINUTES. Other than that, your recipe is great. I did, however, make 2 variations to match my TASTE. I added a teaspoon of vanilla EXTRACT ti the mix and once I pulled the dish out of the oven, I immediately sprinkled with a cinnamon / sugar mix. This was just a craving I had at the time and satisfied my CRAVING and turned out really good.

  51. Hi! Do i use unsalted butter for this? Or regular. Thanks! I cant wait to try. I Bought canned peaches and am going to try tomorrow! 🙂

  52. My coBbler didnt come oUt breaD-y in the center, more like a creme brUlee consistency. Followed the recipe exactl though. What coild have gone wrong?

  53. I really would like to see quantities in the recipe…maybe I missed them…I have only read through it 10 times. Thanks.

    1. I also double thre recipe needed about 5 additional minutes but still so amazing my son loved it for his birthday meal

  54. 5 stars
    Finally found the easiest and most delicious recipe. Perfect texture and fluffy cake like batter. Instructions come out to the tee.

  55. 5 stars
    This is a recipe my mom used to make. She jokingly called it “cuppa cuppa cuppa cobbler” because of the cup of flour, sugar and milk. It’s so delicious. We’ve tried it with raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, but peach is the absolute best. Also, I used a 9X13 casserole dish (my 9X9 is AWOL), and doubled the peaches (one can looked so pitiful in that big pan) but left everything else the same. Thank you for posting this. I’ve really missed this cobbler!

  56. 5 stars
    Have made this twice now, first time with frozen peaches and today felt adventurous and also had extra frozen berries so tried it with strawberries, blackberries, and raspberries. So easy and delicious!

    1. Yes add egg (I did). Dk how it’s not part of recipe. Also add more peaches. Distribute peaches throughout the batter (without mixing, easy). The end product will be way better IMO.

    1. It is in step 2, then it will stay in the pan. The other ingredients will get dumped into the pan with the butter.

  57. 5 stars
    I made this yesterday and its so easy and tastes super delicious! Making a double recipe of it right now for my husband to take to work. Hopefully I get it right, I’m guessing at the bake time. I’m using an aluminum pan but set on top of a baking sheet.

  58. These recipes certainly look like good old fashion cooking. I will make a cobbler for Christmas dinner. Thank you for the recipe! Merry Christmas to everyone!

  59. 5 stars
    Oh my goodness. This peach cobbler is so easy
    and tastes like it took hours. I love this dessert.
    I highly recommend this yummy treat.

  60. 5 stars
    Oh my gosh… this is the best peach cobbler I have ever tasted! The batter was so easy and delicious. My son loved it! Will definitely keep this recipe and make often. Thank you so much for the recipe!

  61. 5 stars
    This is the exact recipe that my mother use to make! Brings back memories! Only difference is to add cinnamon!! 🥰

  62. 5 stars
    I made this peach cobbler tonight for our Christmas dessert and as I thought everyone liked it. I used to make it when in high school and I have been trying to find the receipt and I finally found it thank you lilluna .

  63. My 15 oz can of peaches does not look like it has enough peaches to make a nice cobbler. Can I add the peaches from another can without the juice? Thank you!

  64. 4 stars
    Why I gave this Peach Cobbler a four star rating is because you didn’t give any measurements for the ingredients. Also, you said to pour the juice. But you didn’t let us what kind of juice we should use. This was my first time cooking a Peach Cobbler so I was unfamiliar with the ingredients to use. I had to pull up other receipts to find what juice to use.

    I still used the recipe because it is great for beginners like me to use. It’s so simple. It’s in the oven cooking right now!


  65. 5 stars
    SOOOO good! I put a tsp of vanilla in the batter – yum. While it was hot I topped it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. FYI, make sure you don’t use a convection oven. It will burn the top even if you reduce the time and/or heat setting from 350 to 325 degrees – still yummy though!

  66. My friend has a dairy allergy. Could I substitute almond or coconut milk and margarine instead of butter? This recipe sounds delicious!

    1. 5 stars
      A friend gave me this recipe years ago and it is the only one I use. It is delicious, we love it!

      1. I’m so happy you love it as much as we do! It definitely is one of my favorite go-to dessert recipes!

  67. 4 stars
    It was really simple and took about 10 mins longer than it said. The dough was a little starchy in taste, and didn’t cook in the middle. The butter does give it a delicious salty flavor though.

    1. 5 stars
      I would have to agree that this is the best peach cobbler recipe! It is also so easy. Next time, I may use less butter; other than that, I would not change a thing. Thank you for sharing this recipe with all of us!

    1. It does not matter which type of flour you use in this recipe. When using self rising flour you just need to make sure the recipe calls for at least 1 teaspoon of baking powder. This cobbler recipe calls for 2 teaspoons of baking powder so you’re good to go! Thanks for the question!

  68. 5 stars
    This is a most delicious peach cobbler I have ever made and The best thing It’s so eas6!!
    Thanks for sharing.

  69. planning to make it tonight. i like 5 star easy receipes. i read the reviews to see changes. this receipe only had a couple so i am thinking its gonna be a keeper. oh and thanks for the receipe and for your nice comments back to the people. niceness, if that’s a word, is so refreshing!

    1. Awe, thanks so much for your sweet comment! I hope you enjoy the peach cobbler as much as I do. Let me know how it goes!

    1. I haven’t tried doubling the peaches before but if you try it I would either reserve some of the liquid from the second can of peaches out so it doesn’t overflow while baking or I would use both cans of peaches in a 9 x 13 pan to prevent spillover. I’d love to hear how it goes! Keep me posted!

      1. You sure can! Self rising flour in cake (or cake-like) recipes works best when the ingredient list includes baking powder. This recipe calls for baking powder so your self rising flour should work just as well as all-purpose flour. Hope this helps!

  70. 5 stars
    This was so good! My husband loved it! It’s quick, easy and delicious! Just be sure to increase the bake time if you use an 8×8 pan like I did, otherwise it will not bake all the way through with the time given.

  71. 5 stars
    My husband and I both loved this cobbler. It was so easy to make.
    it will be a go to dessert!

  72. So I made this delicious looking peach cobbler for company last night and we couldn’t eat it. It was SO salty tasting! Perhaps I should have used unsalted butter? Or was it the peaches I used (they were not in heavy syrup but fruit juice)? The batter (breaded part) was highly salty. Maybe 2 tsp baking powder was too much? And I barely added any salt to the “pinch” it called for. Hmmmm I’m just baffled by what happened?

    1. I’m sorry the recipe didn’t turned out as you had hoped. Using unsalted butter could help and using canned peaches in heavy syrup would definitely sweeten it up some more. Hope these ideas help. Thanks so much for trying it!

    2. If you used self rising flour you wouldn’t need to add baking powder or salt. Maybe that’s why it was so salty.

  73. 5 stars
    Easiest, most convenient and very delicious!!! Just melts in your mouth. I would only imagine what it would taste like with ice cream and whipped topping!!!

  74. 5 stars
    Easiest, most convenient and very delicious!!! Just melts in your mouth. I would only imagine what it would taste like with ice cream and whipped topping!!! And I doubled the amount of peaches 🤒

    1. Ice cream and whipped topping definitely takes this dessert to the next level! I’m so glad you liked it as much as we do.

  75. How do you alter the ingredient measurements of this recipe for a 13×9 pan as opposed to a 9×9 pan?

    1. If you double the ingredient amounts in the recipe it will work perfectly for a 13×9 pan. Hope this helps!

        1. I would try keeping the bake time the same and then just watch it closely. If you are increasing the size of the pan but are also increasing the amount of batter, it should bake about the same, but could need a little more time. Just watch it closely around 35-45 minutes. Insert a toothpick and when it comes out clean, you know it’s done!

    1. You can definitely play around with the amount of sugar if it was too sweet for your taste. Glad you enjoyed the recipe!!

  76. 5 stars
    I’ve been using this recipe since I could talk. My mama and I made it countless times together. Thank you for the wonderful memory.

    1. Oh I love when good food brings back memories!! That’s what home cooked dishes are all about. So glad you enjoy the cobbler!

  77. 5 stars
    Looking for an easy recipe for peach cobbler & came across this fantastic recipe. Just finished baking it and must say it is yummy. However, after reading all the reviews, made a few changes. Made it in a 11 x 7 1/2 baking dish. Cut the sugar down to 1/2 cup, added vanilla extract and the rest as the recipe is written. Next time I will cut the butter down to 1/4 as well. Thank you for posting such an awesome recipe. This is a keeper.

  78. Have been making this for years. I use self rising flour. Omit salt and baking powder. I also bake in a 9X13 aluminum disposable cake pan.

  79. 5 stars
    This recipe is easy and yummy!
    I added a pinch of cinnamon to the batter.

    Thx for sharing your recipe 😄

  80. 5 stars
    Made this today for my Mother’s Day. Turned out really good!! My sweet Mother-in-law used to make this same cobbler back in the early 90’s. I thought I had lost the recipe but you put it on facebook, Thank you!! It is a very good and easy recipe but do add a scope of vanilla ice cream!! Perfect!!

    1. Ooh yes, ice cream is the perfect companion to the cobbler! So glad you found the recipe again.

  81. If I’m doing two 9×9 pans in the oven at once…
    Do you think that would be 45 min to an hour?

    1. Nope, it should still be the same since the pans are separate. If you were combining them into one larger pan you would need to increase the baking time. But two 9X9s both in the oven at the same time should yield the same baking time as what the recipe states. Just keep an eye on them and check for doneness! Might need a little more/less time depending on how hot your oven bakes.

  82. 5 stars
    Everyone loved it. Though I love to cook I hardly ever make desserts, just not a part of our family routine. So I loved that it was so easy to put together.
    I made it exactly as written except to add fresh raspberries with the canned peaches. It really cut the sweetness. If you cut the butter to a quarter cup would the recipe still work? Thats a lot of butter.

  83. 5 stars
    I made it with vegan butter (Miyoko’s) and almond milk to keep it dairy free. It came out great!

    1. Thanks for sharing! I’m glad you were able to adapt it to what worked best for you. Glad to hear it turned out yummy!!

  84. 5 stars
    Making this right now for the second time. My husband and I absolutely love it! I have a hard time finding a dessert that we both like because we have very different tastes but this hit the ball out of the park! Thank you for sharing your recipe. 😊

  85. I just made this and doubled up the fruit but only upped the flour by a 1/2 c, sugar by a 1/4 c, the baking powder by a tsp, and the milk by a splash. And oops, I forgot the pinch of salt. Oh well. Total bake time was around 45-48 minutes I think, but I kind of lost track. I’ll update later on how it tastes. Taking it to Ladies Fellowship tonight. 🙂

    1. Yes, feel free to let us know how it turned out for your evening! Hope the ladies enjoyed it!

      1. 5 stars
        I love this recipe. I was goofing off and adding my own touch and made a mistake. I always add cinnamon, but last time I added a healthy shake of paprika, crazy I know, but now I can’t make this without it. My husband loves it so thank you for sharing this easy delicious recipe.

        1. Oh that is too funny! What a fun way to find a twist on the recipe that you both love!! Thanks for sharing!

    1. I’d just keep an eye on it! So when the baking time says it is complete (around 40/45 minutes), just keep checking it every 5 minutes or so until it is cooked through and golden brown.

      1. Can’t wait to try this recipe! Crazy question…do you have any recommendations for using a #10 can (bulk Sam’s Club) 105oz.can of peaches? Thinking of using the 50 servings on your serving calculator, doubling that and using two 13×9 pans. Any thoughts or suggestions would be awesome! Thanks so much

        1. So for one 9X9 pan, we suggest the 15 oz cans. Using the 106 oz can would divide to about 7 of those 15 oz cans… which would yield about 7 cobblers. If you doubled the cobbler in 9X13 pans instead, you can probably get away with about 4 pans. Another way to look at the same thing: you could change the serving size to 42 (which is 105 oz. can peaches) and that will give you measurements for. I’d take that and divide it evenly into 3 or 4 9X13 pans. Hopefully this makes sense and is helpful! Best of luck with the cobblers! 🙂

      2. 5 stars
        I love this recipe!! I use it all the time and it’s always a big hit!! The only difference is that I sprinkle cinnamon on top after it’s cooked. Perfection!!

      3. 5 stars
        I doubled it, and 40 minutes wasn’t long enough for us, so next time I’ll let it bake a little longer.
        It was so easy and tasty, I’ll definitely make this again.

  86. 5 stars
    I made this. I dont like peaches. But this is one of the best I have ever had. Simple easy and delicious.

  87. 5 stars
    I love this recipe!! I use it all the time and it’s always a big hit!! The only difference is that I sprinkle cinnamon on top after it’s cooked. Perfection!!

  88. 5 stars
    I can’t make enough of this recipe! It’s gone before it’ s cooled! Thank you for a new family favorite!

  89. It’s probably a great recipe. The cake part seemed rubbery and not fluffy. I used soy milk not dairy milk, but use soy milk in everything else I bake and it works. Flavor was wonderful. And it got eaten up. So what did I do wrong? Does this recipe really need dairy milk?

    1. Hi! I have never made this cobbler using soy milk, so I’m not completely sure how it turns out with that substitution. You could certainly try making it again with dairy and see if there is a difference in the texture. You’ll have to let us know if you do!

  90. 5 stars
    Thank you for this wonderful recipe. I’m a Florida girl, so substituted Mangos for the peaches.
    Excellent, everyone raved.

    1. Ooh mangos sound like an exciting twist to the recipe! So glad to hear that the recipe was a hit!

  91. 5 stars
    I have used this recipe for years. I taught my daughter to make this peach cobbler when she was in high school and had to take a desert to a 4-H meeting. One of the other kids who wanted to become a Chef asked her if she brought vanilla ice cream to go on top of it. My daughter told him her cobbler did not need any help. After the meeting he asked for the recipe and she refused to give it to him and told him it was a secret family recipe. Then whenever the 4-Her’s were having a dinner one of the volunteers would ask her if she was making cobbler. She never brought any leftovers home. If the kids did not eat it all the volunteer always took the rest of it home. It is a good recipe for someone just learning to cook.

    1. What a fun story! Thank you for sharing. I’m so glad that this cobbler recipe is such a hit. Easy and delicious… what we are all about! 🙂

  92. Cobblers taste 10x better with “fresh” fruits used in the recipe. Would’nt even think of using anything less .”That’s like a box of chocolates, never know what your gonna’ get”. Sorry, but I dropped the canned peaches and used fresh fruit and “tweeked” the baking powder and salt as well as milk and flour and made slightly larger than serves 8. Good to the last crumb q: Thanks for the recipe to follow (o:

    1. Thanks for your feedback and for giving the recipe a try! Glad to hear that you enjoyed it!!

  93. 5 stars
    I had a couple of fresh peaches going soft and so I figured I’d make this. I had to add 1 cup of strawberries as I didn’t have enough peaches, and citrus enhancer as I didn’t have a lemon (in the directions for using fresh fruit)…but omg it turned out soooooo good. I also reduced the sugar and I replaced milk with cream & water as I didn’t have any milk. I kinda mcgiver’d the recipe together, but the base and directions really pulled it all together.

    Y’all gotta make this now.

    1. Yay! Way to use what you had and make it work. I’m so glad to hear you enjoyed the recipe. Now I want to try peaches and strawberries in my cobbler next time! 😉

  94. 5 stars
    omg this was awsome i am a fan easy tofollow easy to make and turned out wonderful just like my nana used to make i am going to do this with other kinds of fruit especially apple and blueberry….so glad i found it….

    1. Oh I’m so glad you found the recipe too. Thanks for sharing! It’s fun to switch out the fruits for different flavors!

  95. 5 stars
    This was FANTASTIC! I doubled the recipe, put it in a 9×13 dish and used fresh cut mangoes instead of peaches.

    1. Ooh I have never tried it with mangoes. That sounds awesome!! So glad to hear that you enjoyed the cobbler.

  96. Please tell me what a cube of butter is, measurement wise. I’d like to try your cobbler recipe. Thanks!

    1. A cube of butter is the same as a stick which equates to 1/2 c or 8 Tbsp. 🙂 Hope you enjoy the cobbler!

  97. 5 stars
    This “old fashioned” peach cobbler is the best I have found. It will be my “go to” recipe for peach cobbler. It is delicious!

    1. Substitute the canned peaches in step 4 with this boiled peach mixture. Take 2 cups of freshly sliced peaches, 1 cup of sugar, and 1 Tablespoon of lemon juice, and bring to a boil over high heat. Pour over the batter in the 8×8 pan and do not mix.

    2. Nope, no water necessary. The juices from the peaches will provide enough liquid. Here’s the instructions from the post if using fresh peaches instead… Take 2 cups of freshly sliced peaches, 1 cup of sugar, and 1 Tablespoon of lemon juice, and bring to a boil over high heat. Pour over batter in the 8×8 pan. Do not mix! The rest of the recipe remains exactly the same.

  98. 5 stars
    I love that you have included instructions for using both canned and fresh peaches. I live in the south and occasionally you get access to a good batch of homegrown fruit and this would be a great way to use a surplus in a two person household.

    1. You’re welcome! Yes, if you have fresh on hand, they are great in this cobbler too. I bet those southern peaches are to die for!

  99. 5 stars
    Peach Cobbler is excellent, a little sweet, so I might use a little less sugar next time. So easy will use this again.

  100. 5 stars
    I love this and so did my hubby. Used my peaches we canned last year and doing more canning peaches Love them in this cobbler. Thank you for sharing.

    1. Oh I bet those homemade canned peaches made the cobbler out of this world amazing! Yummy! Thanks for giving the recipe a try.

  101. 5 stars
    Your peach cobbler is the best cobbler!! And, I’m not even a fan of peach cobbler. We make at least once or twice every couple of months. It’s so easy!

  102. 5 stars
    Oh wow! Peach cobbler has always been a favorite of ours and we were so excited to try your version. We absolutely loved it and always love the addition of ice cream! My daughter and I made this for our gathering, and everyone loved it!

  103. 5 stars
    So tasty and delicious! Highly recommended! Thank you so much for sharing this peach cobbler recipe! Will surely make this again!

  104. 5 stars
    This really was the best way to eat peaches. SO easy and so so yummy. I used home-canned peaches and it turned out so well. Especially because they were so juicy and from my garden!

    1. Oh I bet those home-canned peaches made the cobbler out of this world! YUM! So glad you enjoyed the recipe.

  105. 5 stars
    I always like making a recipe as is before adjusting it. I have to say this was really good. Next time I’ll try some of the fun twists other commenters suggested, but it is definitely delicious without it.

  106. 5 stars
    Easiest, best tasting, most delectable peach cobbler ever! I did put my own twist on it by adding cinnamon to the batter and using a half of cup of brown sugar and a half of cup of cane. I also added nutmeg and fresh lemon juice to the peaches. SOOO GOOD!

    1. Ooh your additions sound delicious. I’m so glad you enjoyed the cobbler recipe! Thanks for giving it a try!

  107. 5 stars
    Hi kristyn im really enjoyed the peach cobbler it was really tasty for the first time making it and i would make it again and its easy to make and I love your recipes and it was nice and warm and its amazing with the ice cream on top

    1. Hi! Thank you so much. I’m so happy to hear you loved the cobbler! Thanks for giving the recipe a try.

  108. 5 stars
    Yummy!! And so simple. Next time I might try it with fresh or frozen peaches. But probably not since that would make it so much more work! 😂

  109. 5 stars
    This is such a delicious and easy peach cobbler recipe. Lightly crisp on top and bottom and delicate on the inside. Perfect! Thanks so much for posting this recipe. Going to make it again, today.

  110. 5 stars
    This is a great recipe! I added a teaspoon of vanilla to the batter and it turned out wonderful! There is not too much liquid at all once you let it cool for a little bit. Turned out great and hubby is going back for seconds as we speak!

  111. 5 stars
    This was fabulous! I am a peach cobbler and crisp maven and this recipe technique was so simple, different and delicious! It also invites additions like vanilla or almond flavoring, a different type of flour (I used while whole wheat, but may use all whole wheat next time) and crunchy additions like sprinkling sugar on top, slivered almonds or oatmeal … endless possibilities! I used fresh peaches right off our tree and simple sliced them into the dish, covering the top and the finished product was moist and did not need any more liquid. Yum!

    1. Thanks so much for your feedback! I’m so happy to hear that you enjoyed cobbler. Love all the ideas for mixing it up and adding to it if desired. So fun!

    1. I imagine you can! You may need to alter the size of the pan to accommodate for the extra peaches. I haven’t doubled the peaches only before, so you’ll have to tell us how it turns out.

    1. Depending on if you are on a phone/tablet or a computer, the video should just pop up for you. If not, you can scroll down through the post and you should be able to find it in there.

      1. 5 stars
        Well I made this recipe followed it except I added half more of everything because I had a big can of peaches. For example if the recipe called for 1 cup of milk I added 1 1/2 cups of milk and did this with all ingredients, because I did this I left it in oven a little longer about 15 min longer going by top till it was almost golden brown Results OH MY GOODNESS PEOPLE SOOO DELICIOUS AND YES MY HUSBAND THOUGHT SO TOO. Remer get you a good flavored vanilla icecream and what a TREAT thank you for posting this recipe

  112. i made the cobbler and it was ok but it was so dry. I cooked it until it was browned and we ate it but I was disappointed that it was so dry. What can I do to it to make it moist?

    1. Perhaps it was in the oven a bit too long? Maybe try pulling it out just a tad sooner. Sorry to hear your cobbler turned out dry.

  113. 5 stars
    Easy to make and tasty to eat – my favourite combination! I followed the recipe as closely as possible, adjusting for an 8×8 pan (I’ve never seen a 9×9 in Canada) and also adjusting for the size of canned peaches. It turned out perfectly and the leftovers were delicious as well. Thank you!

    1. I imagine it would change the recipe a bit? I haven’t tried adding an egg to this specific cobbler. If you do, you’ll have to let us know how it turns out.

  114. 5 stars
    I love this recipe I added a little bit of vanilla flavoring to mine also I took some of the juice from the can peaches added some of that to the batter. And it turned out fabulous. Thank you

  115. 5 stars
    I love this recipe I added a little bit of vanilla flavoring to mine also I took some of the juice from the can peaches added some of that to the batter. And it turned out fabulous. Thank you. Oh and I used two can of peachs but not all the juice

  116. 5 stars
    I’ve made this cobbler so many times using this recipe! It’s my favorite cobbler to make. I like to add teaspoon of vanilla to the batter. And right before taking it out of the oven, I sprinkle a light coating of cinnamon on the top and it is delicious! Love it!

    1. Mmmm sounds yummy! Thanks for sharing what you do. I’m so glad you found the recipe and it’s become a favorite!

  117. Well I made this recipe followed it except I added half more of everything because I had a big can of peaches. For example if the recipe called for 1 cup of milk I added 1 1/2 cups of milk and did this with all ingredients, because I did this I left it in oven a little longer about 15 min longer going by top till it was almost golden brown Results OH MY GOODNESS PEOPLE SOOO DELICIOUS AND YES MY HUSBAND THOUGHT SO TOO. Remer get you a good flavored vanilla icecream and what a TREAT thank you for posting this recipe

  118. 5 stars
    Can other fruits be used instead of peaches? This simple recipe was what my mom used. She had five kids and didn’t have a lot of time for cooking as she also worked outside the home. Thanks for sharing this recipe. I added cinnamon to the peaches but it would have been good without the cinnamon also.

  119. 5 stars
    Peach cobbler is one of my very favorite desserts but I’ve had the hardest time finding an easy one that also tastes good! This one is really easy and yummy, it was a hit with everyone! 😊

  120. 5 stars
    This cobbler always comes out perfect much like my grandma made. She added 1/4 t nutmeg to the peaches. I can smell it baking in my oven for tonight, a cold evening dessert.

  121. 5 stars
    I made this gluten-free for my Granddaughter who has Celiac Disease and she was thrilled. I just substituted with gluten free flour and it turned out soooooo good!

      1. 5 stars
        I just made this today. Smelled amazing while cooking and looks amazing. My question is can leftovers ve refrigerated?

        1. Yes, the leftover cobbler can be refrigerated for about 4 days. You can easily reheat in the microwave too!

  122. 5 stars
    This turned out lovely! I only had an 8×8 (instead of the 9×9), so I had to bake it a bit longer. Never made a cobbler before, and will definitely do this recipe again. Thanks!

  123. Your recipe seems really interesting I’m going to try it but you are dead there’s something about the little video towards the bottom of the page. It makes it very difficult to see your recipe thank you.

  124. 5 stars
    This was so easy to throw together using ingredients from my pantry. I didn’t have peaches, but we had some frozen strawberries so I used those instead. Added a bit of extra sugar and a splash of vanilla. The whole family enjoyed it. Thank you!

  125. 5 stars
    So easy to make and my family loves it. I add 2 tsp of vanilla to give it a little extra flavor and extra peaches because my family says there is no such thing as too many peaches 🙂 thank you

  126. 4 stars
    This recipe worked just fine, but it was a bit too sweet, too wet, and too – dare I say – buttery for my liking. Next time I will reduce the sugar and butter to about half what was called for, and possibly reduce the liquid as well. Might be nice to try brown sugar too. Cinnamon is highly recommend as the contrast is sorely needed. Points for a really Quick dessert made with pantry staples!

  127. 5 stars
    I love this recipe and have made it SEVERAL times. I have a bag of frozen peaches from this summer’s Peach Truck that I’d like to use. How would you recommend I use them in the mixture?

    1. Ooh I bet those peaches are amazing! I haven’t used frozen peaches for this recipe before. We do have a variation in the post of how to use fresh peaches rather than canned, so I’d imagine if you defrost the peaches and use them as “fresh” peaches (following the steps for those), it may work? Hopefully they won’t be too mushy. You’ll have to let us know how it turns out using frozen.

  128. May be a dumb question, but here goes: In the video I noticed the flour was mixed by hand; is it ok to use a mixer? Does that matter? I never made a cobbler before, so not sure.

    1. You could use a mixer, but it’s simpler to use a spoon and the batter doesn’t necessarily require needing a mixer. Hope you enjoy the cobbler!

  129. 5 stars
    Thank you so much for sharing this amazing recipe! Will surely have this again! It’s really easy to make and it tasted so delicious! Highly recommended!

  130. 5 stars
    I used a role out pie crust, baked bottom at 450 for 6 minutes, chunked melted butter in, then batter and then peaches and topping rollout pie crust. Then baked at 350 for 31 minutes. The middle was so creamy and the crust so decadent. I poured a bunch of juice in too as the recipe calls for and it pooled in the middle until cutting into and absorbing into the bread with gooey chasms.

  131. 5 stars
    Our favorite cobbler. We’ve turned some friends and relatives! This is so easy, I almost feel guilty when folks rave about it!

  132. 5 stars
    Love this recipe. Made it three different times and my family LOVES it. I put the cinnamon in the batter and on top.

    1. The addition of cinnamon sounds delicious! I’m so glad you enjoyed the recipe. Thanks so much for trying it!

    1. I’d say start checking it around 30 minutes… could take a little longer. Or if your oven cooks hot, could be a bit shorter. Every oven is different (and altitude, weather, etc. can affect baking times too), so I’d say start checking around 30 minutes knowing that it could possibly take a little bit longer.

      1. 4 stars
        Maybe you should add that to the recipe to be clear about the time. Some people aren’t familiar with when a cakish type of product is done. Toothpick, etc.

  133. 5 stars
    I needed a recipe to use up a #10 size of canned peaches and my husband suggested cobbler. I had never made it before but your recipe was so simple and quick it’s foolproof! It turned out beautifully.

    It was a generic brand of peaches and I think they were past their prime, so the filling didn’t taste as sweet as we would like it. And I think your recipe definitely calls for enough sugar so I will get more fruit and make again. This will for sure be a go-to when I need a quick dessert. Thanks!

  134. 5 stars
    I made your peach cobbler recipe & it was delicious. I’d like to continue getting your tips, tricks & recipes. Thank you.

  135. 5 stars
    Fresh out of the oven, we loved this! I added two cans of peaches for more peach flavor. I used about 1/2 to 2/3 of the juice. Had to bake for 50 minutes until the top wasn’t squishy when I pressed on it. My 8×8″ pan barely contained the cobbler, but a pan on the rack below caught the butter drips. My husband will be requesting for this forever after!

  136. So you melt 1/2 cup of butter in the pan? Then add batter, then fruit? Am I reading that right? Because in my mind, a stick or 1/2 cup of butter is not a cube? Cubes are square and a stick of butter is not.

    Please forgive my ignorance, I just want to get it right, I am not a baker. Thanks in advance.

    1. No worries!! Great question. A stick of butter should be the same amount as a cube…. just different ways to say the same thing. But yes, that equates to 1/2 cup. So as long as you use 1/2 cup of butter, you’ll be good!

      1. 5 stars
        Thank you for clearing that up for me. Since I have made this recipe twice. I have tried easily a dozen different cobbler recipes including this one, which is a keeper and by far the best. The first try was a peach cobbler which I made 3 small additions. I used 2 15oz cans of peaches and a teaspoon of vanilla in the batter. Once the batter baked above the peaches, I took it out of the oven and covered the top with turbenado sugar mixed with cinnamon. The second one I used a pint and a half of blackberries with a tablespoon of lemon juice and corn starch, also with the turbenado and cinnamon on top & vanilla in the batter. Both were outstanding so thank you for answering my question and for this recipe!

  137. I want to try this recipe out! I even have all the ingredients but I’m missing is the 9×9 pan. Can I bake this in a pie pan or a 9 in cake ?

    1. Both of those pans (a pie tin or a 9 in cake) would hold less than a 9×9 pan. You might even have better luck just snagging a disposable pan.

  138. 5 stars
    Yep. It’s a winner winner (said twice). Not too peachy or sweet or doughy – just right. Thank you for sharing this most delicious recipe.

  139. 5 stars
    THANK YOU for this great recipe! We used this to make 150 servings of peach cobbler for our shift at the soup kitchen today and it was amazing! Super easy and fast to put together and everyone loved it.

    1. You’re welcome!! What a wonderful use of the recipe! So glad to hear it was enjoyed. Thanks for sharing!

  140. 3 stars
    I followed everything step by step. Left in over longer than it says….. still mushy. Maybe I’ll completely drain all the juice from the peaches next time.

      1. You probably wouldn’t. Or you could reduce the amount of baking powder. I haven’t tried with self-rising flour, so if you do give it a try, you’ll have to let us know how it turns out.

    1. Did you cook the peaches? I’ve been making this kind of cobbler crust for years and NEVER had it turn out too runny. If you cook the peaches, spice and sweet’n them up, the juice will thicken up. I mean…who pours the peaches in straight from the can anyway?

  141. 5 stars
    I made this gluten free and vegan. I cup of King Arthur’s gf flour, 1 cup of plant milk, I use almond milk. Vegan butter. I also added cinnamon. It’s a big hit even with my non vegan friends.

    1. I’m so happy glad you were able to adapt the recipe! Sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing!

  142. 5 stars
    This was delicious. I used 6 tbs of butter instead of the 8 but still turned out great. I also baked for the full 45 minutes. Once it came out of the oven I sprinkled a little vanilla sugar on top!

  143. 5 stars
    Quick, easy and so good! Ooey, gooey and sweet enough without being overboard. I used canned peaches and i like them thinner so sliced them down the center and this quick cobbler turned out perfect. Maybe you can put together a chocolate fudge one!!
    Thank you!

  144. 5 stars
    This recipe was so easy and so good. I used fresh peaches and doubled the recipe which produced a lot of cobbler. Make sure you use a deep pan if you do that because it expands ALOT. This will now be my go to for any fruit cobbler recipe. YUMMY!

  145. 5 stars
    I have looked for this recipe for years. It’s the one my Mom made for me some 70 years ago. Thanks for the memories. Sooo yummy.

    1. Oh I’m so happy that you found the recipe and it was able to bring back all of those memories. Glad you enjoyed!!

  146. 5 stars
    What is the appropriate pan size? In the recipe it states a 9×9 pan. When using fresh peaches it stated 8X8 pan. Please advise.

  147. 5 stars
    I was looking for a good peach cobbler recipe and I found out. This was so easy to make and yummy to eat.

  148. I made this tonight. I doubled the cake (well, not the butter and sugar) and quadrupled the peaches. I drained most of the liquid from the cans and didn’t have any issues with spillover (it rose almost to the top of my glass 9×13 pan, but didn’t spill).

  149. Can I use an 11×7 dish? I don’t have a 9×9 or 8×8. Will using the same amount of ingredients be ok?

  150. I’m sorry to hear your cobbler didn’t turn out. I haven’t had it be soupy in the middle before. You may need to adjust the baking time. Add a few minutes at a time and keep checking for doneness. Thanks for your feedback!

  151. You can, but you will need to adjust the baking time. Since there is more surface area in that size of pan, the cobbler will be a thinner layer and probably won’t need quite as long to bake. I’d just keep an eye on it while it’s cooking and pull it out when it turns a nice golden brown. You can also check for doneness by inserting a toothpick.

  152. Different temperatures, altitudes and ovens can affect the baking time. I’d say to just keep an eye on it and pull it out of the oven when it looks golden brown.

  153. Sorry to hear it didn’t quite turn out! I have only ever followed the recipe exactly and it’s turned out yummy. Maybe that’ll help in the future? That’s awesome you made cobbler for the first time! Way to go!

  154. Hi Bobby Joe,

    I wonder if it just needed to cook longer. What did you end up doing with the cobbler? Is there any chance that something was missing from the ingredients? It happens to me sometimes. Or did you make any substitutions?

    What kind of oven do you use? I only have a countertop convection oven so baking can be tricky. But this recipe worked well for me. After 15 minutes on the bottom rack the crust was browning but inside too soft so I covered it with foil for 15 minutes then finished baking uncovered the last 10. There has to be some simple reason it didn’t turn out and I’d like to help you figure it out!

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