Elnora's Peach Cobbler
This is my grandmother's simple recipe. Only peaches and cobbler in Pennsylvania, no hiding the peach flavor with too many spices.
This is my grandmother's simple recipe. Only peaches and cobbler in Pennsylvania, no hiding the peach flavor with too many spices.
Very easy and tasty. I used a 9 x 13 pan and cooked it for 35 minutes. Also sprinkled cinnamon on top for appearance and added nice flavor. I did not have self-rising flour so I added about 1 tsp baking powder to help it rise. The texture is great-not too hearty like an oatmeal cobbler or really thick, but nice and fluffy.Read More
Very easy and tasty. I used a 9 x 13 pan and cooked it for 35 minutes. Also sprinkled cinnamon on top for appearance and added nice flavor. I did not have self-rising flour so I added about 1 tsp baking powder to help it rise. The texture is great-not too hearty like an oatmeal cobbler or really thick, but nice and fluffy.
Love this recipe! It's great with a scoop of ice cream on top. Perfect just the way it is stated! Family perfered this recipe over others on this site. If you use can peaches, make sure to drain the juice, and you don't need the extra tablespoon of sugar. Thanks Lynn :)
I really liked this recipe the only addition i made is added some cinnamon on top before adding the batter
This is the recipe lovingly referred to in my family as "cupa, cupa, cupa" because it is just a cup of self rising flour, cup of sugar, cup of milk. You can pour it over any fruit. If you don't have self rising flour, just use AP flour and add 1 1/2 tsp of baking powder and 1/2 tsp salt. I give it 5 stars because, given the simplicity and quickness of the recipe, it tastes great!
This is the most yummiest peach cobbler ever, not too sweet, letting the peaches be star. My family loved it.
This simple recipe is ideal for ripe peaches. The peaches are not masked by a lot of additional ingredients, letting their wonderful, fresh peach flavor take center stage. I made half the recipe, putting them in buttered ramekins and served with whipped cream. Delicious.
Really easy to make! Blanching the peaches makes this recipe infinitely easier; and adding cinnamon to the sugar you sprinkle over the peaches makes this delicious recipe even better!
GREAT! I added some cinnamon/sugar to top of peaches before cooking and some cinnamon and vanilla to the batter - YUM! Hubby says it tastes like a fresh summer bread pudding, which he loves. My peaches were almost overripe as well so I am sure that just added to the flavor. I will be using this one again for sure. Simple, easy and so so tasty.
I made this cobbler for the second time and used an 11 by 7 pan.. it was absolutely delicious. My husband and I topped it off with vanilla ice cream after warming it up in the microwave for a few seconds. I will never use another cobbler recipe . Now we are just waiting for our small orchard to produce tart cherries and Granny Smith apples . Also awaiting the arrival of wild blackberries which grow in our pastures. Yum yum
This was marvelous and very easy. I added a bit of vanilla to the batter, and increased all of the batter ingredients 50%..so used 1 1/2 cups of sugar, flour and milk. I used a 13"x9" pan. I also added a half pint of raspberries to the peaches...yum! The raspberries added a nice flavor and color. Delicious!!
This is so easy and delish!! I used canned peaches (as it's not peach season plus I'm lazy) I used regular flour and 1 tsp baking soda because I didn't have self-rising flour and sprinkled cinnamon on top for a better look. Both ideas from other reviewers. THANKS FOR THE RECEIPE!!! FAMILY LOVES IT!!
May I suggest a splash or two of vanilla extract into batter.
I've been making this my whole life! Pour about 1/4 cup lemon juice on the peaches if you are using fresh, increase the sugar to about 2 Tablespoons. If you don't have fresh use 1 can sliced peached in heavy syrup. Don't drain. Omit the extra sugar and lemon juice. Yummy!
So delicious! I've never made peach cobbler before, but this was so good and a great way to finish up the peaches we picked at the orchard. I mixed the tbsp of sugar with cinnamon and a bit of ground ginger before sprinkling over the peaches, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Can't wait to make it again!
Such a wonderful recipe. I used canned peaches, drained the juice off. Sprinkled cinnamon on top of the peaches before adding batter. Cooked it until it was browned on top. My family of 7 loved it!
Made this tonight...definitely had great peach flavor, but wasn't keen on the cakey part...looked really beautiful, though!
I let the peaches sit in a bowl with brown sugar and white sugar for a couple of hours first. Also added a little cinnamon. Added vanilla to the batter mixture. And now it's perfect! Already made it twice in one weekend. (Takes about 6 fresh peaches) And will definitely put this in the keeper stack!!!
Wow! this recipe is exactly the one that my grandma used to make, I loved it then, and love it even more. The first taste brought back the memories. Well done
Just like my momma use to make!!! I loved it! I'm going to make it again but use other kinds of fruit in place of the peaches =) I used extra peaches when I made it too around 6 cups I love peaches. If you use canned peaches drain all the juice off of them or your cobbler will be soupy
I love this recipe! It is almost identical to what my mom made when I was a kid. It's super easy, and turns out perfectly every time. Like others, I used a smaller dish (9x9) because we like a thicker cobbler. I also added a pinch of nutmeg. No other changes were made. The crispy edges around the crust and soft gooey center chocked full of peaches makes this a great hit with family, friends, and everyone!
We love this recipe, and will definitely make it again. It's far better than other peach cobblers I've tried. I did make a couple of changes due to other reviews and what I had on hand. I used half white peaches and half yellow because that's what I had; From experience with other cobblers being too cakey and dense, I sifted the dry ingredients before blending with liquids; from experience with soggy cobblers I added 2 tsp of cornstarch to the peaches prior to adding to the baking dish; and I sprinkled a very small amount of allspice over the peaches before adding the batter because there was so little sugar blended with the peaches and we like a small amount of spice to help bring out the flavor. NO EXTRA SUGAR NEEDED and the allspice I added was barely a dusting. Will definitely be using this recipe again.
Super easy, and oh-so-delicious, that you'd wish you made more! Instead of self-rising flour, which I never have in my pantry, I used 1 teaspoon of baking powder, and I always keep handy canned sliced peaches (packed in water) and drained well.... My husband and kids keep begging me to make it over and over again! It literally takes me 10 min to whip up a batch! O
The only thing I did was double the batter and I had to use canned peaches due to the season. I used a ripe canned peach. This was a perfect recipe!! Easy to make and delicious!
Excellent and really good with vanilla ice cream.
This was so easy and turned out AMAZING!! The top was nice and crispy from the sugar carmalizing. I made an 8x10 and could have doubled the batch!!!
Very easy, very good. Not too sweet, just right. I did add cinnamon sugar to peaches before batter. Also added vanilla to batter as other people suggested. I did use fresh peaches since it is peach season here in Georgia. I defitnitly will make again.
This is just like the recipe that has been passed down in our family from my great X 3 grandmother! The only difference is the butter is put into the pan and melted in the oven so that the dish is hot when the "batter" is poured in and it gets scalded, and no sugar sprinkled over the peaches. The peaches are dropped in (or poured with the juice if using canned). Love this recipe!
I was pleasantly surprised that this very simple recipe tasted so good! I did sprinkle some cinnamon on top, and was glad I did, for the cobbler is slightly bland. But the taste and texture were wonderful, and the aroma while it baked was heavenly. I used a 9x13 pan with great results, and I also used 3 quart jars of home-canned peaches, drained. Thanks for a great recipe.
Exactly the way my Aunt Carol makes all of her fruit cobblers! It's especially great with peaches, blackberries or blueberries. I add vanilla extract to the batter and sprinkle the top with cinnamon before baking. This is a yummy, quick and no fuss recipe. I'm going to try adding ginger to the batter next time I make this with peaches!
I make Peach Cobbler that is almost identical except I add a beaten egg to the mixture and only use 3/4 cup of sugar(I don't like my too sweet), also I add a little bit of cinnamon to top along with a sprinkle of sugar. If using canned peaches in heavy syrup you can cut the sugar a little more, but with fresh peaches you might want to slice and sugar the peaches before you put into the pie so you can be sure they are sweet enough. It's a hit everywhere I take it and never any to bring home, my husband hates that part.
I loved how quick and easy this recipe was. Taste was great! Crust could have had more crisp texture for my preference, but family enjoyed it. I added cinnamon by sprinkling on top of peaches along with sugar. Will make again.
Very simple. I blanched the peaches. Family loved it and made the house smell delicious. I wasn't sure about the cakey part though, I wanted some crumbles.
I used this recipe to make my very first cobbler. It was amazing! I only adjusted it slightly by adding fresh blueberries and a couple dashes of powdered cloves and cinnamon. Huge hit with my husband and kids. Thank you for sharing. This recipe is a definite keeper:)
This recipe is amazing! I substituted Trader Joe's cinnamon sugar for the sprinkling of sugar on top of the peaches. My family was disappointed when it was gone!
Totally great with vanilla ice cream! Will be making it again this summer, as it reminds me of my grandmother's cooking!
This is the best recipe for peach cobbler ! And I have tried many,the flavor of the fresh peaches really steal the show, want to thank you Lynn for submitting 'Grams' recipe. I will make this again it's a definite Keeper! No need to tweak this one. :-)
I followed this recipe exactly and was very disappointed. It tasted very flour-y. I will not make this cobbler again.
THIS IS IT! the perfect peach cobbler recipe. 9×9 pan, 7-9 peeled & sliced peaches, add a teaspoon of vanilla to cake batter, some cinnamon sugar to tops of peaches and also top of batter. my husband, who isn't a gushing complimenter, said i5 was exactly what he'd wanted and to write the recipe down so we could use it with ALL the fruits. Thank you!!
This was so easy and delicious! Since we have a small family I halved the recipe and baked it in an 8 in. square pan for the same amount of time. It was a huge hit with even my pickiest eater!
Excellent. I used a large can of peaches, undrained, and it was still delicious. Definitely a repeat!
Used this recipe with blackberries and later on with peaches. It is very easy and the cobblers were terrific. I do add 1 teaspoon vanilla to the batter and sprinkle cinnamon sugar on top. I sent my best friend this recipe and she's made it several times, the latest with apples. I prefer a cake-like cobbler so this will be my go-to recipe from now on.
I am in love with this recipe. I never liked peaches that much but after having this, I will never look at peach the same way again. I followed other reviewers suggestions and added baking powder to my all purpose flour and sprinkled cinnamon on the peaches. Turned out sooo good topped with vanilla/chocolate ice cream
This was delicious! Used fresh, sweet peaches and it turned out amazing! Recipe couldn't have been more simple. Thank you!
Best peach cobbler ever! Made it exactly as written. Husband loved it! I will make this again!
I did not have self-rising flour, so used A/P unbleached flour, adding 1 tsp. baking powder. I also used 1/2 c. white sugar & 1/2 c. light brown sugar. I added cinnamon w/the sugar on top of peaches before putting batter on top. It is a good simple recipe. Thank you.
I used a 9x9 pan, 1 29 oz can peaches, and added 1/2 cup loose packed brown sugar. Have made several times now and it turned out amazing. Never any left over.
I added some cinnamon as some reviewers suggested, otherwise I followed exactly. I thought the batter was really soupy but it baked up very nicely. This was delicious!
I have been making this recipe for a few years now with a modification that I feel takes it to the next level! I exchange the milk for vanilla yogurt. I also leave part of the syrup from the canned peaches in the recipe. It makes for a gooey cobbler that is awesome with ice cream!
Simple and delicious. My husband loved it.
This was great. I also put some cinnamon over the peaches. My husband who normally only likes apple desserts really enjoyed this cobbler and asked that I make it again. I will be making it for my work picnic.
The directions call for an 11 x17 pan, which I thought was an odd size - others said they used a 9 x 13 which is what I used. It ended up very thin - tasted fine but after I thought about it, it probably should have been an 11 x 7" pan. The texture would have been a little better. I will make it again and use the correct size pan. I sprinkled nutmeg on top before baking
Wow best thing I have ever made it nearly didn't make it to the table and I didn't change a thing. YUMO
No stars, I was so disappointed. The crust was so chewey, we couldn't eat it. Kimp
This recipe is awesome ! Thank you for sharing.
perfect... also works with apples
Super yummy cobbler! I just added a pinch of cinnamon to the peaches, a pinch of vanilla to the batter, and some sugar crystals on top.
i made this and i give it a thumbs up, i put cinnamon in mine
Very interesting, dont get me wrong, great flavor and all, but the "cobbler" part turned out soft and cakey. I loved not having to peel anything but I think it needed to be more crumbly or doughy. I won't make this recipe again, sorry!
I saved this recipe about 3 years ago and have been making it ever since. The crust/cake is my favorite. I don't like many crusts but this one I love.
This dish was easy and delicious. Thank you. Elizab
6.30.19 This actually is more like a dump cake rather than a cobbler, except you’re using fresh peaches (instead of canned) and mixing up your batter (rather than using a box of cake mix). And that’s not to say that it’s not good because it is. Followed the recipe with the exception of cutting the sugar in half because I knew for us that would just be too sweet. Certainly was easy enough to make, and I know every single bite will be finished off!
This was quick and easy. I used canned peaches because the ones at the grocery store looked rotten. Will try fresh peaches next time. Added a little cinnamon like a few people suggested. It was very good. I think I ate the whole thing myself. Will definitely make this again.
It turned out great ill do this one again
Perfect just as written. I doubled it in 13x9 pan, and served with whipped cream. Thank you!!
I made this today- EXCELLENT!!!!!! I loved this simple recipe- similar to one that I have used in the past. The only change I made ( remembering my old recipe that I cannot find ) was that I added a dash of vanilla and cinnamon to the batter- then instead of adding the butter to the batter I placed it in an ungreased 9x11 dish and placed it in the oven- while the oven was pre heating ( you have to be very careful and watch - so you don't burn the butter) . After butter is completely melted pour prepared batter straight into butter and then place your fruit on top of batter- during the cooking process the fruit will sink and batter will be on top- Thank you so much for sharing your incredible recipe!!!!!
awesome recipe! So quick and easy and taste delicious! I sprinkled cinnamon to the mixture though.
I would prefer to have a more homemade or store bought dough. This dough did rise all around the peaches but I found it too be to "Doughy" and too much dough. It didn't turn out with a golden brown, crispy crust. We also preferred adding butter, brown sugar and cinnamon and sauteing this with the peaches before adding it to the baking dish.
YES! This was easy and delicious. I added cinnamon to the batter. It was a total hit at the barbecue!
I added vanilla extract, cinnamon, and nutmeg for a mini spice. Overall I love this recipe
It was great just as it is ! Same recipe my mother in law gave me 40 tears ago. Love it!
Excellent recipe. Add vanilla to dough mixture. Sugar/cinnamon on top.
I'd lost the cobbler recipe passed down through generations and looked at several recipes here before finding this simple, basic recipe that that matched my memories of cobbler making as a child. It does exactly what a cobbler recipe should: places the spotlight on the fresh summer fruit. Being easy, it also makes cobbler the simply summer pleasure I fondly recall. Thank you!
DELICIOUS!!! I also sprinkled mine with some cinnamon along with the sugar.
This is the absolute best peach cobbler! The batter bakes into a beautiful & tasty cakelike crust. I did kick it up a bit with lemon juice & cinnamon on the peaches. Along with a little vanilla and Garam Masala in the batter. That gave it a nice, restaurant quality flavor. This is super easy and delicious. So put it together and throw it on the oven before dinner, by the time dinner is done, its ready to go! Find the vanilla ice cream and & enjoy!
Super easy and delicious! I don't like all the spices in other cobblers and the not too sweet cake-like topping was a perfect complement to fresh, ripe peaches!
i thought this was really good but i change the recipe around everybody has there own thing they like for me its cherries so i toke a bottle of the cherries you use on ice cream and toke the juice poured it in to the batter and put the cherries with the peaches it was yummy
So simple but tastes amazing. Served it topped with mascarpone (mixed with a little sugar, vanilla and cream) and sprinkled cinnamon on top - it was fantastic.
Did not enjoy this at all
This is such a simple and easy dessert. Yet, delicious. I didn't have self rising flour so I added some salt and baking powder to unbleached four . I halved the recipe and baked in 4 ramekins. I served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
This was delicious and easy. My mom asked for the recipe!
Really yummy!!! I did use buttermilk because I had some in the fridge that needed using. I upped the peaches to 6 cups. Also I sprinkled cinnamon sugar on top before baking. Will definitely make this again!
My family loved it! Especially with ice cream. I cut the milk in half and I think that really helped make the cake batter topping taste delicious. Also, I added 2-3 tbsp of sugar, cinnamon, and used 2 cups of canned sliced peaches. Finally, I used a pie crust to make it like a peach pie. Husband was loving it and so was our 3yr old!
It was my fault but I didn't add the 1 tsp baking powder that others recommended if someone didn't use self-rising flour. It didn't rise much and it was very oily from the butter. After it cooled the butter re-absorbed but the recipe was just so so. I may attempt to try again with the baking powder but I don't want to waste another cube of butter if it doesn't work out. I think I'll stick with my dad's recipe.
We simply loved the ease and simplicity of this recipe. The star is peaches and that is all one should taste. I did slice the peaches larger as to get a yummy burst of peach in each bite!
I did add a little cinnamon. Liked the peach flavor but not fond of the consistency of the cakey part.
I now always make this.
Mercy! I think I'm in love. Took other's suggestions to sprinkle cinnamon on peaches before adding batter, and include a dash of vanilla in the batter. Used a glass 9x13 pan but had to bake about 45 minutes 'til it browned on top. Have a beautiful picture of it but can't figure out how to appease the computer gods and add it. Suffice it to say... It Is Gorgeous!
Quick, easy and delicious. Did add cinnamon and baking powder. Great with vanilla or peach ice cream or a dab of whipped cream.
I added cinnamon and sugar to the top of the peaches. Also 1 tsp baking powder to my self raising flour used 9X13 pan. Added vanilla and cinnamon to the batter.
Loved this easy cobbler! Yummy!!!
SO GOOD!! Obviously not your flaky crust like I've had before, but this is so delicious and simple. I took others advice and added a dash of cinnamon! Also used a big can of peaches and it was still very tasty! Will definitely make again!
Not my families favorite. Sorry
Excellent! I used this recipe to make something a little different for dessert on Thanksgiving and it was a hit! The top was perfectly crispy and the inside was just right!
Perfectly simple! I only had a 9 x 13 pan but it came out fine. Followed directions exactly, then put a light sprinkle of cinnamon on top. Thanks to you and your grandmother for a great recipe!
This cobbler is the most delicious homemade cobbler have ever had! I used apples instead of peaches because they were in season and peaches were not. It came out perfectly. I increased the amount of fruit from 4 to 6 cups. Next time I need to also increase the amount of dough. Even though the amount of dough was minimal, it was delicious and the whole thing was eaten by my family. This is a wonderful recipe, simple and delicious, definitely worth giving it a try.
Absolutely perfect! Followed the recipe exactly. The family loves it and it is quick and easy.
Very tasty and so easy to make.family loved it
I made this for my dad, and when I served him a dish of it topped with vanilla ice cream, he told me there was too much in the bowl. He finished every bite of it though, and kept saying how good it was while he ate it. The recipe is super simple and easy, and I will definitely make it again. The only changes I made were to add cinnamon to the peaches, along with a little light brown sugar. I also reduced the amount of sugar in the batter down to about 3/4 cup because we like the cake topping to be a little less sweet, and of course the addition of brown sugar to the peaches compensated for it so that the dish still tasted like a dessert.