15 Best Peach Cobbler Recipes for Celebrating Summer
Summer brings all our favorite foods! Ripe red tomatoes, sweet yellow corn on the cob, and, of course, fresh, juicy peaches. Topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, fresh peach cobblers are summer's perfect dessert. These top-rated recipes are not only quick and easy to cobble together, they're some of our all-time favorite desserts.
Too Easy Peach Cobbler
This cobbler is made with slices of white bread instead of the traditional biscuit dough. "The recipe title says it all," raves Yolanda Miles. "I made this because I had some peaches I HAD to use. I took it to a party and everyone wanted the recipe. I did sprinkel a little cinnamon on top for that little something extra! Great recipe!"
Old Fashioned Peach Cobbler
No shortcuts with this old-fashioned peach cobbler. Fresh peach slices, flavored with lemon and orange juices, nutmeg, and cinnamon, are enclosed in a flaky homemade pastry. "This is the best peach cobbler I have ever tasted!" raves ILUVU. "It reminds me of the pies my grampa would make. Kids love it."
Decadent Cinnamon Roll Peach Cobbler
"This peach cobbler is easy to make and very decadent," says thedailygourmet. "The use of store-bought cinnamon rolls makes it even faster to make. Serve with vanilla ice cream, if desired."
Best Peach Cobbler Ever
This easy peach cobbler features a lightly spiced batter. "This is a very moist cobbler," says J. Saunders. "Easy to make and delicious to eat!"
Crisp Peach Cobbler
"This peach cobbler is a lot crispier than a regular cobbler, and you can use the technique for other fruit cobblers. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream," says Chef John.
Elnora's Peach Cobbler
This peach cobbler requires just five simple ingredients that you'll likely already have on hand. "Only peaches and cobbler in Pennsylvania, no hiding the peach flavor with too many spices," says Lynn Pennec.
Easy Peach Cobbler with Cake Mix
"This is a quick but company-worthy cobbler," says Rebecca Lentz. "So simple, yet wins rave reviews. If desired, use cans of peaches in place of fresh peaches. If doing this, use peach syrup instead of water and then omit the white sugar from recipe. Also, yellow cake mix can be substituted for the white."
Jackie's Fresh Peach Cobbler
With a dash of nutmeg, the aroma of this old-fashioned peach cobbler will take you back to grandma's kitchen. "This is such a great recipe!" raves Sharyn. "So easy and so good. Pouring the batter on the bottom of the dish (and spreading the peaches on top of the batter) is genius. You get this beautiful base on the bottom that absorbs the peaches and creates this sort of gooey peach bread-like pudding with a golden crust. "
Basil Peach Pepper Parmesan Cobbler
This peach cobbler explores its savory side. "I know it sounds completely wacky, but it is unbelievably delicious," says Chef John. "If you've ever enjoyed a fruit-and-cheese Danish, you know that mixing cheese with fruit really isn't that crazy. It works so well together. These are time-tested flavor combinations."
Fresh Southern Peach Cobbler
When peaches are at their best, use fresh peaches. In the off season, canned or frozen peaches will stand in admirably. "Very, very yummy!" raves MMCCLOREY. " I used two bags of frozen peaches and it turned out VERY good! I'm sure fresh Georgia peaches would be 100x better, but in the dead of winter frozen peaches worked fine."
3-Ingredient Cake Mix Cobbler
Yup, all it takes are three simple ingredients! "Yummy peach cobbler made with cake mix," says Kristi Ford. "It makes you feel as though you are in the South on a warm sunny day. This recipe is inexpensive, easy, and surprisingly delicious!"
Chef John's Peach Cobbler
For this cobbler, Chef John prefers freestone peaches to clingstone peaches and self-rising flour to regular flour. "There was a time when being called a shoemaker was the ultimate kitchen insult," says Chef John. "It meant that your cooking skills were so weak, the cobbler down the street could have come into the kitchen and done just as well. This beautiful peach cobbler recipe is so easy, any shoemaker could master it."
Sheila's Peach Cobbler with Pecans
This homemade peach cobbler is made with fresh peaches baked in a cast iron skillet. "Serve with your favorite ice cream, (my husband loves pecan pralines and cream)," says agadoelleon. "It was old fashioned and baked nicely in the cast iron skillet."
Gluten-Free Fresh Peach Cobbler
To make this easy gluten-free cobbler, you'll simply spread fresh peaches over a light gluten-free batter. "This may not be a cobbler, technically, but it is really good," says Buckwheat Queen. "A light but tasty batter. Real peaches. Little sugar. Gluten-free. Yum. Top with freshly grated nutmeg and whipped cream if desired."
Healthier Southern Peach Cobbler
Made with less sugar than typical cobblers. "This healthier version lets you enjoy sweetness from the peaches, not added sugar," says MakeItHealthy.