Jackie's Fresh Peach Cobbler
An old fashion recipe from a collection of my mother's favorites. With a dash of nutmeg the aroma will take you back to grandma's kitchen.
An old fashion recipe from a collection of my mother's favorites. With a dash of nutmeg the aroma will take you back to grandma's kitchen.
This was so quick and delicious! I only changed a couple things. I melted the butter in a pie plate and then sliced unpeeled peaches into it. Instead of coating with 3/4 cup of sugar I lightly sprinkled sugar on the peaches. I then topped with the batter in which I used cinnamon instead of nutmeg (personal preference). I will be making this again - might try cherries next time. Thank you for the recipe!!Read More
So here's what did wrong so you can get it right, lol. I didn't have regular flour so used organic wheat flour. It's ok I guess but I think I cooked it too long. I had biscuick and should've used that instead and it has baking powder in it. I used canned peaches so I didn't add a lot of sugar to the peachy but did add some and about a tablespoon of butter. Peaches had a good flavor. It's my fault for the cobbler not coming out great because I didn't have white flour and cooked it 5 min to long. Will definitely try again with correct ingredients.Read More
This was so quick and delicious! I only changed a couple things. I melted the butter in a pie plate and then sliced unpeeled peaches into it. Instead of coating with 3/4 cup of sugar I lightly sprinkled sugar on the peaches. I then topped with the batter in which I used cinnamon instead of nutmeg (personal preference). I will be making this again - might try cherries next time. Thank you for the recipe!!
This recipe was awesome... I'm really picky about the cobbler part so have had a hard time finding a recipe I like but this is the one!! Its so easy to make too, only thing I did different was I only had frozen peaches on hand and I mixed the melted butter into the cobbler batter and put it on top on the peaches, only because my oven burnt the fruit of a different recipe I tried... thank you for sharing this I will be making it a lot.
So here's what did wrong so you can get it right, lol. I didn't have regular flour so used organic wheat flour. It's ok I guess but I think I cooked it too long. I had biscuick and should've used that instead and it has baking powder in it. I used canned peaches so I didn't add a lot of sugar to the peachy but did add some and about a tablespoon of butter. Peaches had a good flavor. It's my fault for the cobbler not coming out great because I didn't have white flour and cooked it 5 min to long. Will definitely try again with correct ingredients.
I made this pretty much as written except I used 5 medium-sized peaches and substituted cinnamon for the nutmeg (personal preference). Had my doubts when I put it all together and stuck it in the oven but it smelled so good while baking and looked great when it was done baking. Served it with a little whip cream and it was delicious. Will definitely be making this again - thanks for sharing.
This was Amazing! I needed to make this dairy free so instead of butter I used 1/2 butter flavored Earth Balance spread and 1/2 coconut oil (only because I didn't have enough Earth Balance). I also used sweetened vanilla almond milk in place of regular milk. I wanted to make a big pan of it because I had peaches I needed to use. I peeled and sliced 6 large peaches and mixed with 1 cup of sugar. I doubled the ingredients needed to make the dough. Other than that I followed the directions exactly. I baked it in a 9x13 pan and it took maybe 5-10 extra minutes to bake. My family LOVED it! My husband even took a little to work and shared with a guy who now wants his wife to make some. Great recipe. Thanks for sharing.
This was delicious! I made a few changes. I doubled the recipe, added two more peaches and baked in a 9x13 stone baking dish. I used brown sugar on the peaches instead of white, but I did use white sugar in the batter. I also put 1 1/2 teaspoons of cinnamon on the peaches. The peaches wound up sitting in the brown sugar mixture for several hours, as I was trying to prep ahead. By the time I was ready to put this together, the peaches had juiced themselves because of the sugar. Therefore, I was nervous to put them on top of the batter as the recipe suggested. So I put the peaches on the bottom and added the melted butter (and 2 teaspoons vanilla) to the batter and put it on top. Baked at 375 for about 50 minutes. It was absolutely amazing, my family and dinner guests raved about it. I served it with vanilla ice cream. It was simple and wonderful - I will definitely make this again.
This is a wonderful recipe. I made it for the first time yesterday for a July 4 picnic and everyone was delighted. I had only a few fresh peaches, so I supplemented with blueberries and a few chopped walnuts. I also cut the sugar a bit since we tend to like things tart. Not only was the finished product a beautiful dessert, but my family sat around the table eating it with vanilla ice cream until it was completely gone! They then asked for the recipe. It was definitely a hit.
So easy and delicious! I cut back on the sugar by a quarter cup and is still too sweet for my taste. This recipe is a keeper for sure. Just need to decrease the amount of sugar some more.
I just made this for Father's Day and my husband said it was delicious. I loved that it was low in calories, but I did use much less sugar than called for as we do not like super sweet desserts. I used a little less than 1/4 cup sugar over the peaches and it was still too sweet, so I added a couple more peaches. Next time I will taste the peaches first! I also used that same amount of sugar in the batter.
I did not add any sugar to the fresh peaches and it was perfect.
Yummy! We froze some peaches last summer and I've been looking for an easy cobbler recipe! The only thing I did differently was I used about 1/4 c sugar on the peaches since they were so sweet already. And I used half and half because that was all I had. Thanks for the great recipe!
Very good. I did cut the sugar and added cinnamon to both the peaches and the batter. I just filled an 8 x 8 dish with peaches, sprinkled on about 1/4 cup sugar and cinnamon and cut the sugar in the batter to 2/3 or so cup and added 1/2 tsp vanilla. I did put the peaches on the bottom. Very yummy!
Love the sugary crisp on the top. My whole family loved it! I didn't have fresh peaches, so I substituted with two 15oz cans of peaches. With that, I reduced the first 3/4 cup sugar to 1/4 cup because the peaches were in light syrup to begin with.
Amazing recipe! I've made this cobbler a total of three times in the span of 1 weeks, and my whole family (myself included!) have loved it. I did experiment with the baking time a tiny bit, and found that baking it for exactly 45 minutes gives you a chewy and soft result. One small change that I made was to add a few pinches of cinnamon. I've always thought that cinnamon adds such a lovely aroma and flavor to baked goods, and in this case, it totally made the flavors POP!!! It's a quick, easy to make (and clean up), absolutely scrummy recipe!
Amazing! Added a little cinnamon to the batter in addition to the nutmeg. Followed the rest of recipe exactly. Note to those concerned about burning the peaches. They sink to the bottom so they don't burn.
This recipe is super easy to follow and just as easy to make. I followed the instructions exactly and it came out perfect. I did add a dash of cinnamon along with the nutmeg. This will be a go to dessert recipe for me.
This is the best recipe I have found for anything on this website to date! This was like heaven! Made it as directed except added little cinnamon. So good! One of the best things I e ever tasted. Not kidding yall ??
I wish I could give this more than 5 stars! When I think of peach cobbler, this is what I think of - not the kind with pie crust on top of the peaches. I doubled the recipe and put it in a 9 x 11 Pyrex dish - bad decision! It turned out delicious but I should have used a 9 x 13 Pyrex dish. Thank goodness I put it on a baking sheet otherwise I would have had a mess in my oven and probably would have set off the smoke alarm!
Used 8 fresh peaches and doubled the ingredients for the bread. However, due to comments regarding sugar, I used half cup brown sugar plus half cup white sugar for the peaches. I used less than 1/4 c white sugar in the bread mixture. This was awesome! Best cobbler I have ever had. Next time I might use 10 peaches instead of 8.
I did not make any changes and yes I will make it again! I will use only half the sugar it was way too sweet thats why 4 stars!
Super easy, simple ingredients. I substituted a little cinnamon, as I was out of nutmeg. Also used 1/2 cup sugar on peaches instead of 3/4, mine were sweet already. Turned out great! Hubby said it is the best peach cobbler he's ever had! Made it for dessert last night ans I seriously already have another one in the oven before 8a.m.!
Great Recipe! I had already begun before I realized that I had no general purpose flour. I had to substitute whole wheat. Not bad, but here is what I would tweak. The whole wheat came out pretty good, but it was a little rustic and nutty. I would replace 1-cup all purpose flour with 1/2-cup whole wheat, and 1/2-cup all purpose. I would also use more peaches. I used two large ones, but keeping everything else the same, and using three large peaches would give a better fruit ratio. I also added a little cinnamon, and some fresh nutmeg.
This is such an easy recipe, and turned out great! I did make a few changes. I made this in an 8 x 8 pan. When I saw the recipe I was not convinced that 2 peaches would be adequate. I ended up using 6 peaches for the filling. I used a gluten free flour from Costco in place of the regular flour. That worked well! I made this for a birthday celebration at work. Some of our staff have gluten allergies and that was easy to deal with. We also have a few vegans, and I am always at a loss when it comes to dessert. I am going to a Labor Day potluck this weekend and I will make this to take along!
I used more fresh peaches. Used less sugar in the peaches, and in the batter.
Amazing! I added just a little vanilla and cinnamon (just a dash) and it was perfect. I’m trying it now with blueberries.
I'm from Tennessee and I remember the great cobblers made with fresh fruit. They were wonderful and simle to make. Just as this was. I had my grandson do everything. We went outside to the garden while it baked and collected mulberries . Pulled the cobbler from the oven and after cooling dove into it . We loved it.
quick and easy. added cinnamon
I have made many different peach cobblers - this was by far the best!
I made this gluten free using Bob's Red Mill 1 to 1 baking flour (which is the best stuff in the world to use for gluten free baking). I cut up the butter and let it melt in the baking dish in the oven as it heated up. Used about 1/2 c. sugar in the batter and vanilla rice milk. Poured the batter over the butter then put peaches on top and sprinkled with some cinnamon sugar I had left from another recipe. Show stopping delicious! Already sent the recipe to my friend and my sister. Will make again while peaches are in season and then with other fruits. Thanks for this simple but delicious recipe on exactly the day I needed it.
Fantastic cobbler!! I doubled the recipe and added 5 fresh peaches. The topping is perfect, not too cake like. I did add brown sugar to both the topping and peaches as well as increased cinnamon to both. Don't use margarine or any other butter substitute. I'm going to try this with cherries and apples.
I used cinnamon instead of nutmeg, and cut the sugar down to 1 cup! Yummy!
Fantastic! I’ve made it twice now. I followed someone’s suggestion of melting the butter in the dish and placing the peaches in the butter. This worked great to reduce the number of dishes used. I used gluten free flour both times, just peaches the first time and added blueberries to the peaches the second time. Family and friends loved this recipe.
Hands down the easiest & best tasting Peach Cobbler I've ever had—& I made it. This was my first attempt at making Peach Cobbler, EVER! Yet I was more than thrilled with the outcome. I made very minor adjustments to the recipe; Instead of using the full amount of butter asked in the ingredients, I did half butter & half coconut oil. Then instead of pouring the butter mix completely in the pan, I poured half of the butter (coconut oil) mix in the pan and the other half in the batter mix. I also chose to add cinnamon to replace the nutmeg, & I also added a dash of cinnamon to the peaches a and sugar mixture. For baking, I placed the peaches in the pant first, then layer the batter on top of it. I cooked my Cobbler for an 1hr and let it sit for an hour. I then brushed the top with melted butter and broiled it until the top had stiffened into a more solid crust!
I’ve made this four times already during peach season and my husband always eats the whole pan!!! Love this recipe!! It’s the best out there and super easy to make~~
it is delicous and buttery.It could use more peaches though, unless you like it breadier.
Very good! Used more peaches. Next time will put peaches on bottom, they didn't sink to bottom. Used less than 1/2 cup sugar and added cinnamon.
I made it gluten-free and it tasted fabulous. My whole family enjoyed it.
It was a tad bit sweet but otherwise amazing. Would definitely recommend and make again. I used cinnamon instead of nutmeg, still tasted really good.
We enjoyed this dessert the first time I made it, so I made it a second time a few days later and we loved it even more. I converted it to a gluten free dessert for our daughter-in-law by substituting gluten free flour. I made it twice. The first time I used my own frozen peaches and it turned out quite well, however, I probably should've cooked it longer as the crust didn't seem to be quite done. Second time I used canned peaches from the store. They had two or three times the liquid that my frozen peaches had and I was concerned that it would be too much liquid. However, it was fantastic. Because of the liquid some of the batter from the crust seeped to the bottom and formed a crust on the bottom as well as the top. Although the recipe said to put the batter in first, I had followed others advice to put the batter on top. Now I know why you put it in first so you can have that nice delicious crust bottom and top.
Easy, simple ingredients! I added a little cinnamon to the peaches, and used 6 small-med peaches. I also added vanilla to the milk... and made the cobbler in a brownie pan, instead of a 9x9. The cake turned out spongy, sweet, and delicious.
This is exactly what I imagine when I want peach cobbler!!! I doubled the recipe (after I had cut way more peaches than the recipe called for!) the crust was biscuit-like but not too thick! After reading other reviews, I too scaled back on the sugar, thinking we may be adding ice cream to it. It was perfect, no ice cream needed! Even though I doubled the cobbler recipe, I still only used a total of 1 1/2c sugar and more peaches than it called for. Delicious! Thank you for sharing!
Quick and Easy Dessert!
I used canned peaches instead, I followed all the steps, delicious!!!
It’s 12:41am and I just got mine out of the oven. Nothing like late night baking! Haha Peaches are from Fredericksburg, Tx! Our Mayor made a little trip and brought back some goodies! How awesome is that! Gotta love small town living :) It’s a little too late to be taking a bite, so I gotta wait til morning haha Recipe was pretty simple to make. Peaches are pretty sweet already and I should have voided out the sugar. :/ Guess I’ll find out that in the am :) l and I used a CastIron Skillet!
I used 5 peaches, it needed one more but my husband and I love this recipe!
THIS is the best ever and easiest to make cobbler ever! Thank you for sharing it.
I absolutely love this recipe!! I make just as the recipe calls for and everyone is in love with it!!peach cobbler is my sons favorite so I will be making this a lot!!
We really liked this recipe. It used fresh peaches which are in season right now. We blanched the peaches and used 4 of them instead of two. We used 1/3 cup of sugar on the peaches and left them for 4 or 5 hours at room temperature to make a nice syrup. It required a larger Corning dish to cook but turned out perfectly after 45 minutes in the oven.
This was very good! My 11 year old daughter made it and it was a hit with all of our guests!
So easy and delicious!!!
Made it exactly as written. The whole family loved it.
Absolutely fantastic. So easy to make. We had unexpected company and made this at the last minute because I had some fresh peaches.
I made this exactly as written and there’s no picture because it was all gone. Easy, delicious added vanilla ice cream. This is my new go to cobbler.
Bubbled out of 8X8 pan. Light and fluffy and so scrumptious!
Delicious! We just moved into a new home and our sweet new neighbor brought over a peach cobbler as a welcome to the neighborhood. I went on a recipe search to find a replica and the was very, very close. My new favorite cobbler! Thank you for posting.
All peach cobbler recipes that I have ever tried before was a fiasco! I just couldn’t get it right! This recipe is simple and AMAZING! My whole family loved it! Thank you for sharing!
This is the first time I have made peach cobbler. I had peaches that had to be used. I read a lot of the reviews and they said to cut down on the sugar. I used 8-9 medium sliced peaches. I used a little less than 1/4 cup mixed with the peaches, along with a little cinnamon instead of nutmeg. I tasted the peaches to check their sweetness. I used 2/3 c sugar in the batter and a little cinnamon instead of the nutmeg again. I baked it for 40 minutes. It was delicious. Just sweet enough. Topped it with homemade peach ice cream. I will definitely make this again.
This is my favorite peach cobbler recipe...simple, easy, delicious. I follow the recipe exactly, though I have decided that I like it best with a minimum of 3 cups sliced, fresh peaches, even 4 cups will fit in the 8x8 pan. Often our peaches are more medium than large. This year we bought Regina peaches from Yakima, Washington - perfect for cobblers.
Rookie at making cobbler. This was so easy to do. Didn't have nutmeg so just left it out. Didn't miss it. I kept it in fridge and it got a little 'soupy' by the 3rd day. Am going to make up a few and freeze for winter. Will make again.
My batter didn’t rise above the peaches and stuck to the bottom.. maybe was an error somewhere on my part.. i read reviews and cut most of the sugar out for the peach mixture as the peaches were really sweet. It tasted great but needed a knife to cut through the cake part.. will try again one more time..
I will make this again! It was very good but next time I will put in as much sugar as the recipe called for. I tried cutting back on the sugar and it was a mistake!
Was a little skeptical with all that melted butter - but it turned out quite well and very easy recipe. I suggest spreading those peaches out evenly.
Made per the recipe with the exception of using cinnamon instead of nutmeg. The cobbler was tasty enough but seemed very greasy so may try again but use less butter. Also, was rather too chewy for me. Will try again with some modifications.
I didn't like it at first and neither did my 7 year old. The texture of the "bread" was a bit of a turn-off. I brought it to work the next day and everyone loved it, and I liked it better. Heated up on day two with a cup of coffee and it was really good. I didn't have any nutmeg so used cinnamon. The only other change I made was using 3 large peaches instead of two (two?!). I kept the sugar the same, as my peaches were only on the firm end of ripe, and it was not too sweet for me. I would use four peaches next time and add the nutmeg, maybe some vanilla.
I added some brown sugar (Stevia) and almond extract along with a pinch of nutmeg. It’s baking now and smells delicious!
It was really good
I'm shocked! This is so good!! I cut the sugar amount in half and before putting it in the oven I thought for sure it was still too much sugar. It was perfect! I added a little cinnamon to the peaches. Easy and tasty!
Loved this, simple and yummy. First time making peach cobbler and it came out perfect. It was a huge hit with the family.
I doubled the peaches left everything else the same delicious
Fantastic. I used slightly less sugar than the recipe called for and it was delicious and easy to make.
Husband loved it
Excellent recipe, my peaches were really sweet so I did not need sugar on them. Can’t wait to try this with other fruits.
Delicious and easy to make. Followed recipe. Next time I will add more peaches and use a little less sugar. Also, reduce oven temperature a bit because my cobbler was done in 35 minutes.
Made this according to the recipe. It was very easy!! I would not use the full amount of butter next time as it tasted a bit too buttery for my tastes.
Found it to be without any flavor.
I made this as written and really enjoyed the flavor. My only critique is the amount of “cake” vs peaches seem off for a 8x8 pan. I love peaches so I will probably add more peaches next time and keep everything else as written. Thanks for sharing!
Turned out great. Very, very easy to make.
This was really easy and very good. Didn’t have nutmeg so substituted cinnamon and I used buttermilk. Very moist and full of flavor. Thank you! Will definitely do this again.
This recipe was so easy and delicious! I used 3 large peaches and substituted the nutmeg for cinnamon. The other change, just added small amount of fresh lemon juice to peach mixture. Served with vanilla caramel ice cream. Will make this again!
Yummy. I added cinnamon and vanilla.
I made two 9x9x3 baking dishes for a neighborhood get together and even with the neighborhood children only one got eaten. Probably because everyone else brought a cobbler as well. The hits were a brownie cobbler and a veggie cobbler. As for mine I found that the peaches were difficult to pit, even though they looked great (cling peaches). The rest went pretty easy after that but I'm not sure I would put that time in again.
This was wonderful. I added an egg to the batter for a more cake like cobbler and it was delicious.
So Yummy. Made it exactly are directed. Best cobbler recipe ever!!
Made this for a quick dessert last night using frozen peaches and it was delicious! In addition to the nutmeg, I added a heaping tsp of cinnamon and a pinch of ginger. I subbed brown sugar for the dough and used buttermilk because it was what I had on hand. ( I usually use evaporated milk for this type of cobbler). One of my favorite go-to desserts!
Always fantastic! Nice and chewy. Love to put with some French Vanilla ice cream and my husband paces the kitchen when he knows I am baking this.
I followed the directions exactly. I made it for my daughter's birthday "cake". She loved it and said that it reminded her of the peach cobblers we made when she was a kid. I might put in one more peach next time.
I did make some modifications. 1. I cut the sugar in half. Peaches are so sweet on their own. 2. I used buttermilk instead of regular milk. 3. I added a teaspoon of almond extract to the peaches. 4. I doubled the amount of peaches. I served it Labor Day for a family picnic and it was a hit. My husband loved it so much I repeated on Thursday (cut the recipe in half for the two of us.
It needed more peaches. Too dry.
This is the best cobbler I ever ate!!! You could use any fruit to make this dessert. I followed the recipe exactly, and it was amazing. I may try adding some blueberries next time just to experiment. This is the only recipe I'm going to use in the future.
This recipe was just OK for me, and I made it with only one modification (slightly reduced the sugar). My main issue was that the biscuit part of the cobbler turned out too chewy for me, especially around the edges. I think the 1/2 cup of butter was just too much, or maybe there was too much liquid. I also reduced the sugar to 1 cup in total (1/2 cup mixed with the peaches and 1/2 cup in the batter) and it was still way too sweet for me. But at the end of the day, the results were still alright and the recipe was extremely quick and easy to make.
Absolutely delicious! I did cut back on the sugar both in mixing with the peaches and a little less in the flour mix. And tried it with cinnamon since we aren't nutmeg fans.
This was really simple and came out amazingly delicious! The reason I removed a star is because I altered it; if I hadn't, I don't think it would have been as amazing. After reviewing the reviews I decided on the following revisions: more peaches, add cinnamon, and decrease the sugar. I used 3.5 peaches, only 1/4 cup (natural, not white) sugar with the peaches, and 1/2 tsp cinnamon total (half with peaches and half with dough). I didn't have any nutmeg so just skipped it. For the melted butter I had taken it out of the fridge several hours prior, so it was soft, but I put it in the pan and placed it in the oven while it was preheating for a few minutes, it wasn't all the way melted when I pulled it out, but it was by the time I added the batter to it. Thanks for sharing this recipe and thanks to the reviewers for their comments! I already plan on making more of this!
Great recipe! It was easy and everyone loved it.
I made a double batch to take to a 4th of July party. I substituted Truvia sugar blend and used just 3/4 cup of butter in my 2x batch. It was loved by all and disappeared in no time served hot with vanilla ice cream or light cream, it' s perfect. And, it was so easy to make.
On Saturday, my kids came for supper, so I made this and it was absolutely delicious! My grown son was home for the weekend, so I had to make another one for him to take back to his roommates. Now my pregnant daughter says she needs one for "the baby". LOL
It is soooooo stinkin good what i did was add torn up bread on top that was soaled in carmel it made it way better
i have been using this recipe for years and even with a bad back that prevents me from standing long periods of time i am able to still make this and look forward to peach season each year.