I created this recipe myself with a few tips from my mom and grandma. Because it's so quick and easy, this cobbler can be made in minutes to suit any occasion. I've used it for a breakfast fruit dish, dinner dessert and light snack.
I created this recipe myself with a few tips from my mom and grandma. Because it's so quick and easy, this cobbler can be made in minutes to suit any occasion. I've used it for a breakfast fruit dish, dinner dessert and light snack.
Having a basket full of fresh Ontario peaches in the fridge - peach cobbler seemed like a great idea. This peach cobbler was VERY easy to make. I used about 10 fresh peaches (peeled by dropping them into boiling water for one minute and then dunking them into cold water to slip off their peels) which I boiled with the juice of 1/2 a lemon and some water. I also substituted 1 cup of self rising flour and omitted the baking powder and salt. Finally, I topped off the cobbler with 1/4 cup packed brown sugar and a heaping 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon. Delicious!Read More
The recipe came out pretty good... but a word of caution novice cooks: 1/2 cup of butter melted is NOT the same as putting 1/2 cup of putter and then melting it. It turns out to be WAY too much butter and I found out the hard way. My cobbler was dripping in excess butter and was soggy at the bottom. Make sure you melt the butter and then measure a 1/2 cup.Read More
Having a basket full of fresh Ontario peaches in the fridge - peach cobbler seemed like a great idea. This peach cobbler was VERY easy to make. I used about 10 fresh peaches (peeled by dropping them into boiling water for one minute and then dunking them into cold water to slip off their peels) which I boiled with the juice of 1/2 a lemon and some water. I also substituted 1 cup of self rising flour and omitted the baking powder and salt. Finally, I topped off the cobbler with 1/4 cup packed brown sugar and a heaping 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon. Delicious!
I liked this alot. It was easy and tasted good. The only thing was I think it was too little fruit. The second time I made this I added two cans of diced peaches with the same 1/4 cup of liquid and it was better. The sliced peaches were too big I think and I also think canned peaches are like fake fruit. The third time I used a can of blueberry pie filling and it was awesome. It was much more like cobbler. This is an easy and tasty recipe. I will definetly make it again with the blueberries.
DELISH! I did use a 28 oz. can of peaches and kept all the other ingredients at the same measurements that they are currently. YUMMM! Very easy. I also added a bit of cinnamon on top of the peaches, then on top of the top layer as well. (I just did it to taste maybe a teaspoon or so)**Editing since making several times. I have found that is does not make a difference in flavor if I do not separate out 1/4 C. of the juice. I put it all in the pot when boiling and use a slotted spoon to spoon it out in the baking dish, so all of the juice doesn't go in, but plenty does. I have started putting cinnamon in the flour mix (instead of in the peaches as I mentioned before) and on top of the layers right before putting in the oven, I do this to taste. If you need to double this I would get a 28 oz. can and the size it calls for originally in the recipe, and double the rest of everything else. I put it in a 9x13 pan. It was still done in about the same amount of time.
My search for the perfect peach cobbler recipe is officially over! This is by far the best tasting peach cobbler I have made. I have tried about 10 different cobbler recipes from this site and this recipe takes the crown. I read a lot of reviews on here and not many mention how the topping turned out. To me, the topping is what makes the cobbler! This cobbler had a crispy crust with, a not too cakey middle, and a perfect gooey bottom. It had all the right texture, and most importantly the taste! There were 2 slight modifications. I only used 1/4 c. butter (half a stick). I just wanted to cut a bit of fat off. Also, I used 2 cans of peaches (16 oz total). One can simply was not enough peaches for me. But I followed the rest of the recipe fully. I love this cobbler! I can't wait to try it with real peaches. YUM!!!!!!!!
I used the conversion chart and doubled the recipe but only used 1/2 a stick of butter. I used 2 29 oz, cans of peaches cutting most of the peaches in 1/2 again. I sprinkled cinnamon on top along with brown sugar and white sugar. I baked it in a 9x13 pan at 400* for 30 min. Took it to the church supper and never had so many compliments on a peach cobbler. I think bringing the peaches to a boil and putting them on top of the batter right away has a lot to do with it. The best ever. I give this recipe 8 stars.
I ALWAYS trust a TASTE OF HOME recipe so when I saw this I was more than happy to try it. This is a wonderful recipe and was very easy to make. The only thing I did different was add Cinnamon on top with the sugar and I used peaches pie filling instead of regular can peaches and it made it so OOOEEYYY GGGOOOYYYY Delicious!!!!! I will definitely make this again!! Thanks for sharing this recipe!!
This was so easy. The first time I made it I was out of milk so I used melted vanila ice cream, it was so good, my boyfriend thought I was a genuis. The next time I used cherries and milk. Ice cream is much better. I also added cinnamon and 2 cans of peaches. It's a keeper.
mmmmm....i added some ginger and cinnamon to the fruit (also doubled the fruit). Reduced the sugar and added vanilla to batter. just sprinked a bit of brown sugar on top of the peaches. next time would cut down on the butter a bit too...but this was so good!
I wanted to make a special meal for my boyfriend, who's from the south, and who LOVES peach cobbler. I've never made it before, and this recipe made it VERY easy. It was delicious, we both loved it, and I'll definitely use it again.
I made this for my mom for mothers day and she loved it. It was very easy to make and it turned out perfect. So thank you for this great recipe.
The recipe came out pretty good... but a word of caution novice cooks: 1/2 cup of butter melted is NOT the same as putting 1/2 cup of putter and then melting it. It turns out to be WAY too much butter and I found out the hard way. My cobbler was dripping in excess butter and was soggy at the bottom. Make sure you melt the butter and then measure a 1/2 cup.
So good and so easy!!
I teach a cooking class for 7th and 8th graders as a good behavior reward once a week, at an alternative school, and last Friday, we made this recipe. It required minimal intervention from me. The directions were clear and simple, and it was VERY successfully prepared by a group of 13-15 year old boys! It was absolutely delicious. The only thing we changed was we used evaporated milk instead of regular milk, (because we're limited on cold storage space). I think the evaporated milk actually enhanced the flavor. The boys decided not to add any water, and used a full cup of it. In the end, this was absolutely the BEST peach cobbler recipe any of us had ever had. And when you get a group of delinquent boys begging to take home the recipe so they can cook it for their families... you KNOW it's good!!
This recipe was easy and it produced an excellent result. The only thing that I added was some vanilla extract to the batter.
This is so quick and easy and tastes great. I added some cinnamon to the sugar on top. Might want to cut down on some of the butter but delicious!
There is no need for baking powder when using self rising flour.This causes the cobbler to be too cake like. Peach cobbler should have a slight outer crunch.Come down south to Georgia,and we will show you how its done.
I used 6 LARGE fresh peaches and added cornstarch and sugar to the peaches.
This cobbler was delicious and easy to make. I have never made cobbler before so didn't know what to expect. I agree on adding extra peaches but I did not slice them. I was also unaware that the dough some how magically rises to make the top crust. I would suggest baking longer at a lower heat to reduce the "cakeyness" some people have noticed plus, reduce the amount of peach juice you add.
VERY good and very easy. I used the basic recipe, but used fresh peaches (my husband threw in a handful of blueberries), only 1/2 stick butter, and topped it off with brown sugar and cinnamon. I'm going to try it with other fruits. It turned out cakey and gooey-just perfect. We ate it hot because we couldn't wait for it to cool off!
was veryy good. I also took the remaining juice from the peaches and boiled it with a tablespoon of brownsugar, white sugar and cinnimon and made a thick gooey topping for the cobbler and icecream that I added :) I thought I had died and gone to heaven.
i didnt know what to expect BUT too sweet, too buttery and tasty raw :(
Very easy to make. I used fresh peaches and for the juice I used peach brandy. I sprinkled the top with cinnamon-sugar. Other than that, made it exactly to the recipe. It was really too sweet for us, so if I make it agai, will cut back on the sugar. Also, as other reviewers mentioned, it was more like a cake crust than the traditional cobbler crust that we prefer.
So easy and delicious! Made it for pot luck at work and it was gone within minutes! Yuuummm!
This was my first time making Peach Cobbler. It's a little bit too buttery for my taste, so I recommend using just a little bit less butter. I also replaced the sprinkled sugar on top with brown sugar and cinnamon. Overall, this was a super yummy cobbler!
It was really good and easy! Hubby ate it after first day which is high praise.
I needed something quick and delicious for a Church Potluck. I would add another can of peaches with the same 1/4 cup of juice (no additional). Everyone loved the Cobbler and I was able to make it and get myself and 3 children ready within 1 hour :)
YUM! That's all I have to say! (and it's soooooo easy) Thanks for the recipe!
I have found this dessert to be a hit. I do love the ease of preparation. Every one of my guests have just raved about the splendid taste. I have doubled the recipe putting in 2 29oz cans of peaches and a 15oz can and it was wonderful. Enjoy!!
I used this recipe for the first time last night and it was delicious,although I do agree that it is a bit more dry and cakey than I was expecting. Perhaps the baking dish I used was too deep? I'm going to try it agian using a shallower dish to see if it makes a difference. I followed the recipe exactly. I may use less sugar the second time around and bake for longer at a lower heat.
I was looking for a peach cobbler recipe for my 12 year old son to bake and I hit the jackpot with this one! He was able to do the entire recipe alone and it tasted GREAT! Oh, I forgot to mention, I STRONGLY DISLIKE cooked fruit however, I did try it because my son made it and I loved it!!! :)
This had a good taste, but I didn't like the crust, it was too cake-like for me. I am looking for a recipe with a crunchy crust.
come out good will make again
First time making peach cobbler, and thanks to this recipe, it wont be the last. Delicious! I did take the advise of some fellow reviewers and doubled the peaches and added a bit of cinnamon and brown sugar on top. It was everything I had hoped for. Thanks for sharing, Martha! This one's a keeper!
I didn't care much for the breading/crust. I followed the directions exactly and found it to be very cakey and fluffy, not thick like most cobblers. However, the fruit filling was great.
This was DIVINE! I used about 5 FRESH peaches (canned is no fun) sliced, and I left the skin on them when I boiled them. I also added about a teaspooon of vanilla extract and cinnamon to the batter mix. The only issue I ran into was the butter which was supposed to be on the bottom of the dish rose up the sides and to the top when I poured the batter into the dish, so I would recommend letting the butter sit and cool for a few minutes before you put the batter in the pan. Also, I had to bake it for ten minutes longer than directed because the batter in the middle was not cooking. But it turned out absolutely amazing and I can't wait to make it again!!
Absolutely scrumptious! My husband has been describing what kind of "dough" he likes in a cobbler for years, and finally I've found it: A nice golden crust that has risen to the top, a middle crust that is soft but not cake-like, and bottom crust that is gooey. Now, put whatever fruit filling you want, and it's unbeatable. Thank you Martha and Taste of Home.
I used this recipe for a dinner I prepared for 75 people. One guy said it was just like his grandma's peach cobbler who had passed away 2 years earlier. High praises! Even able to adapt for vegan(soy milk) and gluten free(rice flour) with positive results
fresh peaches are rare where i live so finding this recipe was a godsend! it is so easy to make and really yummy. doesn't last for more than a day in my fridge because my family keeps sneaking a bite.
This was AMAZING!! And I'm not even a fan of peach cobbler! This recipe will stay in my recipe box . Things we did differently: We did add some cinnamon and we used fresh peaches from our peach tree. Also we let it cook for 30 min instead of the 25.
This is such a simple recipe, with no weird stuff. I doubled the peaches, used the kind that are canned in juice, and substituted the juice for the milk. I added 1 tsp of vanilla, increased the salt a little because my butter is unsalted, reduced the butter to about 2/3 of a stick. It's perfect! There is plenty of fruit, plenty of topping, and the top has little brown crunchy sugary spots. Next time I'll reduce the sugar to 1 cup total because I forgot that the juice will add sweetness. Can't wait for blackberry season.
I made this with fresh peaches instead of canned, and it was a hit with my husband.
This was so delicious! If i made this again i would use more peaches than asked for because it was a lot a bread not enough peaches. I added cinnamon because i like it. I made a crumble out of oats, brown sugar, and the granulated sugar. yum!
Very good and simple recipe. I only used a cup of sugar and was still very sweet. I also added cinnamon and nutmeg to the dough batter. It was very good!
Quick, easy, simple...right up my alley! My family loved it.
Very good, added cinnamon in the topping for more flavor. I used fresh peaches and it came out fine.
I took the advice of some of the raters and increased the amount of peaches, but I didn't find this cobbler that great. Mine came out a too doughy. I may try this again using fresh peaches when they're available this summer.
One of the best peach cobblers I've ever ate. I followed the recipe to the T with just too little additions. I added about 1 tsp. cinmamon and about 1/2 tsp. nutmeg to batter. My wife and kids devoured this in no time.
I made this for my dad for his birthday since peach cobbler is his favorite. Everyone just loved it! Even my mom who isn't a peach cobbler person. It was light and fluffy.
Wow. Just wow. This was so easy, so simple and wonderfully tasty. I used half brown sugar and half white sugar for a little more flavor. I did add cinnimon, nutmeg, and cloves in the peaches while they were cooking on the stove, less that a quarter teaspoon of each. I also added about half a teaspoon of cinnamon into the batter mix too. Everyone who had some loved it, it wasn't to sweet. It was the perfect end to the meal.
soft on top but very good. like cakey on top... easy to make- made with canned peaches - drained completely and topped with sugar and brown sugar mixed with cinnamon
Oh my, what a good good good recipe. I needed a recipe that used can peaches and found a winner. It is also such a pretty dish after it is baked. The crust has the most delicous chewy and crispy and soft (all at the same time...haha) texture. After baking this, I doubt I will ever attempt a fresh one...why? It is just that good!
This was quick and easy I used peaches from a jar and it turned out great serve with vanilla ice cream.
This recipe also works well with wheat flour. I added an egg to make the crust a little more fluffy and a tsp of almond extract. The sweetness is all in the peaches. Just right!
This is the same recipe my grandmother gave me over 30 years ago.....I still use it to this day and love it!
09/05/2015 Years after I first made it, I still find this peach cobbler recipe one of the best out there. To me this cobbler is a dish I will find excuse for at any time...By the way...my kitchen already smells nice while I am writing this review :-). Thank you so much for sharing! 04/10/2007 BRAVO TO THE CHEF...GREAT RECIPE...IT WORKED FOR EVERYONE I MADE IT SO FAR, EVEN MY FAMILY BACK IN EUROPE...DESPITE DIFFERENT CUISINE AND TASTES THEY LOVED IT...WILL TRY IT ALSO WITH OTHER FRUITS,SUCH AS PLUMS AND APPLES. THANK YOU
Incredibly delicious and so simple to make. I used blueberry pie filling instead of canned peaches and still turned out great. I also topped with Cool Whip, which melted the minute it hit the cobbler...amazing!!! I can't wait to play more with this recipe. One thing...be sure to watch the cobbler as it's baking as mine was nearly burnt before the 20 minute mark.
great EASY recipe! my family loved it! i also changed the peaches for cherries and THAT was scrumptious. definitely a favorite! ice cream on top makes it so much better!!!!
very delicious! i used 2 cans of peaches and some cinnamon and a side of vanilla ice cream and it was superb, everyone loved it!
Yummy! This was very good and very easy. I would double the peaches next time but other wise turned out great! I took it to a meeting and it was gone very quickly. Thanks!
Great cakey cobbler. Thick, chewy, crunchy crust not too sweet. I did not change a thing in this recipe and it is very forgiving. Only recommendation I can give is if your using canned, sliced peaches, double it....maybe even triple the amount. Great recipe and also great customization....Kudos!
This is an awesome recipe! I use a 28 oz can pf peaches. When I put the peaches in a pan, I add a little brown sugar, nutmeg, vanilla flavor, and cinnamon! This gives the cobbler an excellent flavor. I love the cake like crust! I just finished making two pans! Thanks for sharing this recipe!
I give it five stars not only because it tastes great, but it was amazingly quick and easy to make. Simple, Easy and Tasty!
I can't believe I had never made a peach cobbler until this one, it is sooo good! I have made it once a week for breakfast since I found this simple recipe. I used the large (26 oz.) can of peaches instead of the 16 oz. size. So yummy!
My husband is very picky about his peach cobbler and he said this tasted good! I thought it was good too. I will no longer use any other peach cobbler recipe!
My husband & I have never eaten a peach cobbler. This is the first time that I have made this using this recipe. I just minimized the butter to 1/4 cup, & followed the rest of the measurements. My husband loves it! And he wants me to make it again sometime:)
Perfect. Exactly as my mother made it! I used fresh peaches which I blanched to remove the skin.
OK, having never eaten nor made peach cobbler, I think this was a pretty good starter recipe. The only problem I had was completely unrelated to the recipe - I didn't check what size/shape pan to use and the one I had was very square, very deep, and very not done in 25 minutes. The top ended up crispy (though miraculously not burnt) but overall, a tasty result. Added cinnamon and two cans of peaches (white and yellow) as others suggested.
I made this exactly as the recipe states. The taste is good, but there is A LOT of breading. I recommend adding more peaches to balance it out a bit....at least twice more peaches. I might try this again.
I wanted to try a new recipe & this one was great. my mother loved it. I used to cans of peaches & it was perfect.
Excellent and easy cobbler to make with frozen peaches from summer. It didn't last two days in my house.
Not the typical cobbler, hubby said not his favorite, I thought it was ok
wonderful and if you add a cup of blackberries it just rules!
My family loves this recipe. I bake different flavors at least once a week. SO easy. Word of caution: make sure you don't leave all the juice in the peaches or you WILL have it overflow in your oven. I made that mistake only once, won't do it again.
Awesome recipe. I used a jar of spiced peaches we had canned from last year. I used a little less butter and sugar and it turned out so good. I ended up having to bake it for about 35 minutes (I covered it with foil after the first 25 so it wouldn't brown too much on top) and it was still a little undercooked in the middle. But it didn't seem to be a big deal since it was gone within 15 minutes!
I did 2 cans of peaches, but only 1/3 cup of juice and it was amazingly perfect. This is my 6th cobbler, and the only one that my family cheered!
I used splenda instead of sugar and my family LOVED it
To use fresh peaches I checked a "fresh peach cobbler" recipe. I peeled and sliced 6 peaches then simmered them with 1C water, 1C sugar and 1/2t nutmeg. When they are tender (like canned peaches) drain and continue! Excellent recipe!!
So simple and so delicious. Will make this often! Easy to add different fruits too.
I made this recipe with fresh picked peaches and it was nothing short of amazing. I used the brown sugar and self rising flour and had great results, I shocked myself. Thanks
I used a Quart of peaches that I canned earlier in the year. Seemed to be an appropriate amount of peaches. I also covered the top of the peaches with some brown sugar. Wonderful Recipe! Since I used the canned peaches I did not prepare my peaches as the recipe instructed.
This was very good. My whole family loved it.
Not bad but it needed more peaches than what was listed. I also would have liked some cinnamon and if I cook this again would add some.
I have made this cobbler more than 15 times. Every time I change something else. You can't mess it up. Play with it. I have made it with all kinds of fruit, fresh and frozen. I added different spices and flavors, from Vanilla to Almond to Ginger...I've added Rum or Whiskey...I've substituted Whole Wheat Flour for all-purpose...added even Nuts to it! Like I said: PLAY WITH IT, it is fun!!! The only permanent changes I made is cutting the butter in half and using brown sugar instead of white. Oh yeah, and go easy on the salt! This cobbler is a hit!
Very good ~ I used fresh peaches and for the 1/4 cup liquid, I used pineapple juice & thickened it w/ a little cornstarch. Turned out beautifully. I lost my old peach cobbler recipe so I was very happy to have found this one.
the first time i made this it was great but a little sweet. so the second time didnt use the extra 1/4 of a cup of sugar. i also used apples it was very good.
Amazing recipe! I just made it and it is so perfectly fluffy and delicious. Cooking the peaches(which were over ripe fresh ones) right before was the trick. It made the syrup and peach particles form a wonderful gooey confection that clings to the batter. DEEEEELISH!
This was great! my Husband loved it. I didn't have enough canned peaches so i thew in some huckleberries that were in my freezer, turned out amazing.
My goodness MUCH too sweet and MUCH too buttery. I knew it would be too much sugar so I used only a little to sprinkle on top and it was still too sweet. next time I will not top it with sugar. And next time I will also use only half the amount of butter. Above all it was still pretty tasty. I also added cinnamon on top.
This Cobbler is great!! Just made it for me and my husband for dessert and it is wonderful!!
By far one of the best peach cobbler's I've ever had. After making one for Thanksgiving dinner and tasting it, I decided to make another one just for myself. Very simple and very delicious.
An excellent cobbler. I actually used 3 fresh mango and 1/4 cup of corn syrup heated on the stove, instead of canned peaches. The corn syrup cuts down on the mango's tang and you almost can't tell the difference.
Excellent! Made it four times in as many weeks. Very simple recipe.
I love this recipe. Easy to make and so convenient if you feel like a treat and don't want to go to the store. I always have these ingredients in my kitchen. Thank you.
This was the first time I have made peach cobbler and boy did I hit the jackpot with this yummy recipe! I did use a 28oz can of peaches from reading the other reviews and cut the sugar on top in half and sprinkled a little cinnamon on top. I highly recommend this to everyone!
Great recipe and easy to do. You can use this recipe with almost any fruit. I had blueberries, apricots and pluots that I need to get rid of. I cooked the fruit together, added a little bit of cinnamon & nutmeg to the batter, & it came out great.
This was ok the cake was too sweet (that is something that i never thought i would say.) If i do make it again i will cut the sugar in 1/2 and add a little bit of lemon zest or juice. I added a little brown sugar to the peaches and extra juice. I was affraid that it would be to wet but it was fine. I doubled the peaches like others suggested but there was still nor enough.
Very easy and delicious! I added more peaches than the recipe required and it was a big hit. Thanks for the recipe.
Great Recipe. Very easy. I used fresh, frozen peaches from my farmers market so I didn't have any liquid. I made the 1/4 cup liquid out of a few tablespoons of amaretto, lemon juice, and light syrup. I also added a few tablespoons of brown sugar to the cup of white sugar, and some vanilla bean paste, about 1/4 teaspoon. I followed the rest of the recipe exactly. The cobbler was gone within 30 minutes of putting it on the table.
I did a pear one with this recipe and it turned out great. This desert was so light and It made a wonderful display as well. It is probably one of the easiest recipes I have ever done. Thanks for sharing it!!