The Best Peach Cobbler

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This Best Peach Cobbler recipe is absolutely delicious and made with fresh ingredients. This is the dessert you will want to make a lot during the summer!

Peach Cobbler Hey friends! I am SO excited to share this recipe today. First of all, I know calling a recipe “the best” is pretty bold. I usually don’t like to do it on my blog, but when I truly “feel” something is the best I am going to say it! 🙂 
This is THE BEST PEACH COBBLER recipe my taste buds have ever enjoyed. And I have had a lot of cobbler in my days. It’s one of my favorite desserts during the summer time. I adore a good cobbler made over a camp fire in the dutch oven, BUT when you’re chilling at home with no camp this is the way to make an amazing cobbler!
The Best Peach CobblerThis Peach Cobbler dessert is a must-make. I am begging, pleading with you to try this recipe and then thank me after. 😉 haha No seriously, though. It came in and stole my original favorite peach cobbler that was made with a cake mix.
I remember like it was yesterday when my friend Crystal had me over for a summer barbecue and made a peach cobbler using a box cake mix. I thought it was the greatest dessert EVER! BUT after I made this one I will never go back. This one is made with real ingredients and I think that’s what makes it so delicious. It’s so fresh AND so worth every single calorie! 
P.S. If you don’t have access to fresh peaches or if peaches are out of season- don’t fret. You can totally make this with canned peach slices (it’s actually how I made it when I took pictures for this post) and it is still FAN-FREAKIN’-TASTIC!!

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The Best Peach Cobbler
 
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Serves: 6
Ingredients
  • 2 to 3 cups sliced peaches (fresh is best, but canned peaches works great too)
  • 2 Tablespoons + 1 cup granulated sugar, divided
  • ½ cup butter, softened
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • pinch of salt
  • pinch of nutmeg (optional)
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease a 2 quart baking dish with non-stick spray.
  2. Spread sliced peaches out in a single layer in prepared dish. Sprinkle tops of peaches with 2 Tablespoons sugar.
  3. In a medium bowl, with an electric hand-mixer, beat 1 cup sugar and softened butter together until combined. Add flour, baking powder, salt (and nutmeg if using). Mix. Then add in egg and vanilla. Continue to beat and mix together until just combined. (Batter will be the consistency of cookie dough batter.)
  4. Using a spatula, carefully spread batter over the tops of peaches. Trying to spread out as evenly as you can and covering most of the peaches. (I use my hands to help spread it too.)
  5. Bake in preheated oven for 35 to 40 minutes or until crust is golden brown. Remove from oven and let stand 5 to 10 minutes before serving. Enjoy with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream!

 

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      1. This is Definitely the best peach cobbler I have ever made I have made a lot as well.
        Thanks for a yummy, easy recipe
        I have used it with plums and apricots too.
        Many thanks Kay

    1. I did not drain the juice and was out if vanilla extract and it was still delicious! I wish there was more but my family ate every bite! Yummy recipe!

    2. You use the juice to mix in with the peaches you do drain them and keep the juice mix that in and use a little cornstarch to thicken the juice

  1. I need to try this recipe out! I have always been a cake-mix-cobbler user, with a few other things added. I always thought I just liked my recipe too much to try anything else, but your recipe has convinced me 🙂

      1. I have to say this was delicious. I added a touch of water to the dough to make it easier to handle then dropped little tablespoons of dough distributed over the peaches. Came out perfect! I also used it for an apple cobbler recipe and it was amazing!

      1. Best cobbler ever!! The hardest part is putting on the crust. So, the second time I made it, I used a cookie press with a flat disc to “pipe” the crust on. I’m sure a pastry bag with a wide flat tip would work even better!

  2. I must try this recipe, my mom loves peach cobbler and I really feel like learning this recipe to prepare it for her next tmie she comes and visit. Thanks for sharing! <3

  3. I trusted your comments so, I made 4 at a time because I had an abundance at this time. I added cinnamon ( I was out of nutmeg but will try when I have some ) and couple tbls brown sugar with a reduction of 1 cup white sugar. I have to control my sugar so I don’t become a diabetic. Love your receipe it’s a keeper!

  4. The title of this recipe is correct! I made this delicious cobbler with some ripe, local Porter, Oklahoma peaches. The only changes I made were: I used 3 C. of peaches, then simmered them in 1 C. brown sugar until soft & added 1/3 C. butter before spreading them in the baking dish. I brought it to work & it was devoured before lunch time! GREAT recipe!

    1. This is what I intend to do! I live a few miles away from Porter. So I love going 5 minutes down the road and making cobbler. Porter also has great blackberries. Don’t skip out on those!

  5. This is the best and easiest recipe I’ve ever had. I lost my copy several years ago and am so glad you posted this again. I evenmixed it all together and froze it and just pored it in the bowl and it was still delicious. You can sub spend a too although I do still use a small amount of sugar for consistency but it is sooo good like it is. Thanks for the recipe.

  6. Hi! Holly,

    This Peach Cobbler ROCKS! This was exactly what I was looking for in a Peach Cobbler. I substituted a little Lavender Salt, for the salt. I also used the canned peaches in a jar and only 3/4 cup of sugar. Was most excellent!

    Shelly

  7. Can this be frozen? If so, would you cook then freeze or just assemble, then freeze? I’ve been asked to bring cobbler to a family vacation and would love to make in advance, if it will work.

  8. Delicious!!! I tweaked this just a bit. I added 1 tsp of lemon juice, 1 tsp of cinnamon, and a pinch of nutmeg to my peaches. The crust tastes like a sugar cookie. Can’t wait to share this recipe. Thanks for sharing!

  9. I have baked many cobblers in my years, but this is absolutely delicious!!!!!!! Perfect with ice cream, nice texture to crust, easy to make. Awesome!!!! Will make again. I used fresh, home grown tree ripened peaches!!!! Thanks for sharing

      1. Yes you have to peel the peaches. An easy method to removing the skin is to cover peaches in boiling hot water for about 1 minute, drain hot water, and immediately disburse them in to very cold water for a couple minutes. The peels slide off easily.

        This is a keeper cobbler recipe…very delicious! Made this for a small dinner party dessert. I serve the cobbler with vanilla bean ice cream. Everyone loved it!

    1. Do you book the peaches for a a few minutes with the sugar before placing in oven with the crust? To soften them? Or did they come out soft enough without taking this extra step?

  10. I made this last night and it was a hit. I used an 8×8 pan, used a little more fresh peaches and added some berries I’d just picked. Next time I’ll use at least 3 cups peaches. I also decreased the 2 tbls sugar on the peaches I mixed it all be hand, no electric beater. Thanks, we love cobbler!

  11. Another keeper! SO good!!!!!! Gosh darn it! :)) Only complaint I have is that it wasn’t big enough. LOL! So my question is, could I double this? Would I use a 9×13 pan then and change baking time? I’m getting company next weekend and I NEED to make this! Mmmmm

  12. Hi Holly,
    Made this today for a family get together. I was thrilled at how easy it was to make, and it was REALLY flipping good! I’m keeping this one! Thanks for the great recipe!

  13. Could I double this? Would I use a 9×13 pan then and change baking time? I’m getting company next weekend and I NEED to make this! It’s delicious!!

    1. Can you make this a day in advance? If so, would you refrigerate it?
      Have you ever tried having preparing the peaches and on the side preparing the topping the day before?
      I could then throw it together at the last minute and bake??

  14. Made this today after trying several different recipes and I agree with other reviews that it is truly the best!

  15. Fab Recipe: I used fresh peaches (6) and Splenda Brown sugar instead of white sugar as I have
    a family member who is diabetic.
    The peach cobbler was fantastic…….a keeper.
    I am so glad I stumbled upon your recipe.

  16. I used two jars of peaches from Costco. One jar,
    even though it said it was 2/12 cups just wasn’t enough. I followed the rest of the recipe exactly.

    This was absolutely delicious!! The best part was the crust, crisp and sugary. Vanilla ice cream is essential.

    I want to try this with other fruit and the same crust. Raspberry comes to mind. Yum!

  17. Oh my goodness, this recipe is spectacular. Easy and incredibly delicious. I’ve made this twice with peaches, and I think I’m going to try it with apple pie filling I’ve made from early apples next time! Thanks for the recipe, it’s already a favorite!

  18. Just made this today with fresh peaches! It is soooo good!! The crust is perfect. I added a little bit of cinnamon and nutmeg to the peaches and the crust.

  19. As I was reading. This recipe, I thought of toasted coconut — do you think it would be good with fresh peaches? Maybe almonds, too,

  20. O-M-GOSH! This absolutely IS the best peach cobbler EVERRR! Im not usually one to post comments but I had to stop what i was doing for a brief moment to say how AWESOME this recipe is! Ive used another recipe for a while & that was eh…ok. But THIS! THIS is to die for! Only disappointment was i had no cool whip or ice cream! it was still awesome without it! I will be using this recipe for a Labor day family get together. Thank u so much for sharing this piece of heaven! now the challenge is to stay out of it so hubs can have some!

  21. Hi Holly! The Hubs & I picked up some white peaches at a local farm–My first encounter with this type. We were a little disappointed bc they weren’t sweet at all, but I didn’t want to throw them out. Your recipe saved the day! I never “cobbled” anything b4 lol This recipe is so simple and outrageously yummy! My son gave it 2 thumbs up and said, with a mouthful of this cobbler, “If my face had thumbs, I’d put them up too!” He’s 9–he says weird stuff these days, but the point is clear lol Thanks! (Going to try your pound cake trifle next!)

  22. This was so simple and easy! This was delicious and so happy I tried it. I used fresh peaches and prefer apple cobbler but this peach cobbler was one of the best desserts I’ve made. Thanks

  23. Fantastic recipe! Crazy easy to make and crazy (!) to eat!!. Thanks for the recipe and I’ve loved reading all of the comments!!

  24. Has anyone had trouble with the crust? I doubled everything for a larger dessert. My crust came out as a cake batter texture. It’s in the oven baking right now! Any suggestions?

  25. I to LOVED this recipe I to thought it was a little sweet So cutting back on the sugar is a must also I liked the taste of the brown sugar I used fresh peaches but cooked them in butter & brown sugar cinnamon cloves & nutmeg I also used some oats in the batter This is one of those recipes you can change up replace some of the butter with almond butter or throw so walnuts on top before baking

  26. We agree that this is the best perfect cobbler! Loved it! If you have extra peaches I would recommend adding them. Yum

  27. The statement that this is the best peach cobbler is 100% accurate. The best we have ever eaten, the crust was soft and very tasty and we made it with fresh peaches… awesome…thanks for sharing this with us…i recommend everyone to try this recipe.

  28. This was really good! I used fresh peaches and left the skins on. I layered the peaches so used more than recipe called for and it worked well. I liked the topping as it was kind of like cookie dough. Will definitely make again.

  29. Since it’s peach season, I’ve made this three times in the last few weeks and my people are literally licking the pan. I’m not sure if it would be as good with canned peaches, but with fresh peaches it is the best!

  30. This was the best peach cobbler! It was a little overdone at the 40 minute mark (my oven is likely a little hot), but that caramelized the sugar around the edges. Excellent! I actually ended up using all the peaches and nectarines about to go soft, so probably 3 cups of fruit.

  31. My first cobbler ever is in the oven baking at this very moment! I hope its as yummy as everyone here is saying! I will let you know! Thanks for the recipe!

  32. Holy peach pits this is the best! I noticed I had a fresh peach tree in my yard. I had no clue… There was so many peaches and I was tired of the squirrels eating them. I decided to pick them. And with my haul. I made this. My boyfriend never had peach cobbler (he’s a cherry pie guy) well it lasted 1 day. So I made it 2 days later. Again brought to work. Nothing left. It is the greatest recipe ever for cobbler… If you have a lot of fresh peaches like I did I peeled, cut, sugared them and put in fridge fir a day until I was ready for the second round. The second batch was much better. So from now in I will add the day if prep to make mine. Thank you Holly

  33. We have a peach tree and I make cobbler when it’s peach season. The family has always liked it, but I tried this recipe this year…and they were absolutely raving. Awesome. The title is is truthful, the best peach cobbler

  34. Made this today- major winner! 😉 I even mixed the topping by hand and it still turned out perfect. Everyone loved it. Thanks for sharing this masterpiece.

  35. This recipe is awesome! I will definitely make it again! I used fresh peaches, peeled and sliced. Made the crust exactly as instructed in the recipe. I did not need the extra sugar for my peaches as they were already super ripe and yummy!
    This recipe is a keeper!! I can’t wait to try some of your other recipes!! Thank you for sharing!!

  36. This really was the most delicious cobbler… ever. I can’t wait to try with other fruits – apple and blackberries may be next. Our family gobbled this up in one night.

  37. I’m wanting to make this for a friend who is gf. Would a straight substitution of almond flour for the ap flour turn out ok? Has anybody tried to make this gf?

  38. Trying this today. I did add brown sugar and cinnamon. If it taste as good as it smells, I will make lots of these and with other fruit too!I am thinking of drizzling a lititle caramel sauce on the top when it’s done. I will let you know how it turns out. Thank you!

  39. I just made this and I must say that the top part is delicious. However, I used drained canned peaches and that part just lacked enough flavor. Just needed something else…maybe a little melted butter, cinnamon, or more sugar. I’m southern and my family likes cobbler sweeter.

  40. Hi Holly,

    You have an adorable family!!! OMG, your children are darling!!!
    My cobbler is in the oven right now baking! I just felt like cobbler and found your recipe
    and since it is 10:00 pm, I’m using canned peaches! From all the wonderful reviews I think
    it’s gonna be delicious. The great thing about it, it will be even better next time with fresh
    Texas peaches! Thank you so much for the recipe!

  41. This did not turn out at all
    I cut the sugar by a quarter and it was still too sweet, and the topping was very doughy even after 40 minutes.
    Would not make it again

  42. Wow! This peach cobbler recipe turned out great when I made it, and everyone loved it. Used fresh yellow freestone peaches from the farmers market. I added my homemade spice mix instead of just the nutmeg, and I sprinkled raw sugar on the peaches with a touch of cinnamon. Loved how the crust was crunchy and chewy at the same time. Very quick and easy to prepare. This will be a “keeper” recipe. Thanks for sharing!

  43. I made this recipe today with some already cut up frozen peaches (I prepared and froze when I had way to many peaches). It came out great! Thank you!

  44. Holly, the peach cobbler was delicious!!
    Exactly the way a peach cobbler should taste.
    Thank you so much for sharing the recipe!

  45. I made this recipe tonight. I cut it in half, used a 1 quart dish, and I realized I had no eggs after I had already started. I subsituted a mixture water, baking powder, and vegetable oil for the 1/2 an egg that I needed. I used a white peach, Bc that’s what I had and one peach was enough for half the recipe! But I still added a little bit extra from a can. I also simmered the skinned white peach with brown sugar while I made dinner. It turned out delicious, the topping tastes like a sugar cookie! A nice little crunch to it.

  46. This is awesome. Best cobbler I have ever eaten. It was easy to make and quick but wow the flavor was out of this world. Recipe is a keeper.

  47. I just made this with the following adjustments – fresh ground nutmeg on peaches and in batter, 1 tsp almond extract instead of vanilla extract, 1/2 c sugar (turbinado) instead of 1 c. regular granulated sugar and used 29 0z can of peaches in heavy syrup (drained). It is the best ever!!

  48. I used this recipe and it is tge best Peach Cobbler I have made. My son had never cared for pech cobbler abd said Mom you did your thang on that peach cobbler. Thank you. I have been looking for SYLVIA’S crust recipe in stores, have not been able to find anything to match the taste till now. Loved it.

  49. Made this recipe tonight. First time making peach cobbler and it is very nice. I gave out some to friends and they all said how nice it is. Thank you for sharing this recipe. Wi definitely make it again. Btw I made them into little cupcakes. Placed some dough in the base of the pan and then the peach slices and topped with more dough. Quite effective actually.

  50. This was so easy and delicious . Made last night to take over to a friend’s house for dessert. Was perfect. We added a scoop of vanilla ice cream, so yummy!

  51. rave reviews-wow!! trying this one out!! have the cobbler in the oven now and the aroma is heavenly-can’t wait! will rate this later-i,m sure my son and i will love it!

  52. Chile let me tell you!!! I’ve made peach cobbler from scratch to the dump cake version! However, this by far has been the best I’ve ever made it! Only difference was I didn’t use all purpose Flour and baking soda, instead I used self rising flour. Also I didn’t use nutmeg, the top and crust had an amazing flavor omg!!! Thank you so much!!!

  53. This is the Best peach cobbler I have ever had, made it this afternoon & I think that’s what’s for dinner tonight !!
    Thanks so much for sharing it’s absolutely Fabulous !

  54. Tripled this recipe with the following alterations: 70/30 mix frozen peaches/fresh blackberries, sprinkled nutmeg and cinnamon with the sugar over fruit, added juice of 1/2 large lemon. Reduced sugar in crust by i/3. The result was absolute RAVE reviews! Family said best every, particularly the crust. High praise indeed from this discriminating group. Demand repeat performance for Easter.

  55. I can’t wait to make this! I have a question can you make this a day before and place in frig and bake the next day?? Will hat work??

  56. Great recipe! I used canned peaches and it was delicious. Second time around, I used apples instead of peaches and this makes for a wonderful apple cobbler as well. I added cinnamon and nutmeg along with the sugar on the apples.

  57. Thank you for sharing this recipe! I made it this weekend and it was truly the BEST….the crust is just like a sugar cookie. Everyone loved it so much that I made it a 2nd time in the same weekend. The 2nd time I tried adding more peaches, but it got too watery. I used fresh peaches, so I think in the future I’ll stick to the original recipe.

  58. First off, I never EVER comment on stuff like this, but you are dead on so I had to this once. WHEN I say dead on, I mean everybody says their recipe is “the best ever ________” but this one really is. This cobbler is amazing, outstanding and most definitely THE best ever. I always found the pancake-like batter in most peach cobbler recipe to be too soft and doughy. Not an issue with this cobbler though lol. This topping is a light crispy shortbread butter cookie and it is out of this world. Thank you for this phenomenal dish and I strongly encourage anyone reading this to give it a try as well….you will be so happy you did lol. HAPPY BAKING!!

  59. This IS THE BEST peach cobbler, hands down! I’ve made it 4 times and each time I’ve had to TRIPLE the recipe so that everyone can get just 1 serving, and this for less than 15 eaters! Love this recipe and it’s one of my go-to’s. Thank You!

    Maybo Mui
    Maple Ridge, British Columbia
    Canada

  60. Oh my gosh…. this is absolutely the best peach cobbler I’ve had or made in my life. I have tried many different recipes looking for something like this! It is like a sugar cookie crust, it is sooo freaking good! Before I put the batter on top of the peaches I mixed some softened butter with brown sugar and cinnamon and sprinkled that over the peaches instead of the 2 Tbsp of sugar. Thank you for the recipe, I will never use a different one!

  61. I made this today, and it was so good! Thank you for the awesome, simple recipe. Currently a Peace Corps volunteer in the Peruvian Andes and was a bit worried about the altitude, but I just added half a cup more of flour and it turned out perfect. My host family loved it, too.

  62. GREAT recipe! I wanted to bring peach cobbler to a party today and I found 2 seemingly good recipes online – this one and another. I couldn’t decide which one to use, so I made both: a cobbler-off! This recipe was the winner by far!

    I used fresh peaches with skins off. I also added a little cinnamon in addition to the nutmeg, and didn’t have vanilla extract, so I left that out. The dough seemed a bit dry so I added a bit of peach juice (left over from canned peaches, used for the other cobbler). I will definitely make this again. Thanks for the great recipe!

  63. I didnt try it your way but I did make this recipe with 5 or 6 ingredient changes and it was delicious!

    JUST KIDDING… I made this recipe as is and it was THE BEST! EVER! PERIOD!

  64. Just tried this recipe and yummm! Delicious, boyfriend thought it was to die for, although I did use less sugar and it was still very sweet- but I guess that’s more of a personal preference. Nonetheless, still absolutely yummy!

  65. So glad I found this again. Saving to bookmarks because I just spent the last hour searching for your recipe. I made it last month and I’ve been dreaming of having it again.

  66. 5 STAR recipe/having technical difficulties getting it to show that way

    Holly this recipe is out of this world delicious!!! I made it and agree this was the BEST peach cobbler I’ve had in my life. I can’t thank you enough for sharing. I actually shared this on the Nextdoor app with over a 100 neighbors. I normally don’t post recipes but this one is TOO GOOD to miss out on
    Thank you

  67. Best cobbler recipe EVER! I don’t normally like the more biscuit dough recipes and I never feel like those bake the dough all the way through.
    I had found your recipe and made it and was so delish! (Actually ended up doubling recipe and making 3!)
    Then next time I went to make it your website didn’t pop up when googling peach cobbler so I tried different searches until FINALLY I found your site again! I will be saving this now on.

    I did try substituting coconut sugar and whole wheat flour on one and even hubby liked it.
    I do less sugar than recipe calls for but ripe peaches make up for it!

  68. I had to leave a comment telling you how amazing I think this recipe is. I came across this after googling cobbler recipes and I was sold on this one when I seen it had a sugar cookie type of crust. But I had no idea how delicious it really is. I will never use another cobbler recipe now that I’ve found this one. And I’m gonna recommend it to anyone looking to make an amazing cobbler. Though I’m tempted to keep it all to myself. Lol yes! It is that good. Thank you for sharing this with us.

  69. This was amazing! I was looking for a cobbler recipe that didn’t involve cake mix, and wow, this was fantastic! I chunked my peaches up, and last time I made this I sliced up a pound of strawberries and mixed it with 2 small peaches cut into chunks. I also added a generous shake of cardamom to the fruit mix because cardamon and peaches go together so beautifully. So, so yummy!

  70. We picked apples today and I wanted a dessert. I peeled, cored and chopped them. This was a peach recipe and I also wanted that! So I dug for a couple frozen peaches and threw those around the apples. Then…it still wasn’t enough fruit. So, I moved all the apples and peaches to one side and added frozen mixed berries to one side of pan.

    I added a little milk to the batter. This recipe is my fave already. And I will make it again and again with any fruit and without adding milk. The milk made it a little like cake.OMG. some of the berry juice ended up on the apple. Holy cow!

  71. This recipe is a hit. I have a peach tree and I’ve been looking for a great peach recipe. This was fantastic! I’ve made it three times this week for events and it goes fast!

  72. This looks delicious! In the South it’s all about the crust. Could I double the crust recipe, bake it; then add the remainder of the recipe as directed? That way I have a bottom crust and a TOP one.

  73. I love the crust on this recipe. Super easy and perfect texture. I made the peach filling into my own. Used fresh peaches. Skinned them. Added brown sugar, white sugar, cinnamon, lemon juice, and nutmeg. I’m also using this crust for my Apple filling with added ingredients as well. Sliced apples very thin. Came out WONDERFUL. Thank you!

  74. My Grandmother made this when I was a kid;
    About 70 years ago. Old German recipe which she got from her mother. DELICIOUS with just about any fruit!

  75. I have made this all summer and my family loved it! Could apples be used rather than peaches? I assume you might have to pre-cook them a bit. BTW this is the BEST cobbler recipe.

  76. I doubled this recipe. I used a drained 28 oz can of sliced peaches, and 5 sliced, fresh apples. It was perfect! Doubling the recipe in a 9×13 glass dish took about 50-55 min, but it was so good! Definitely my new go-to cobbler recipe.

  77. Hi,
    If I make three of these pans, can I put them in the oven at the same time and have them ready in 40 minutes? Has anyone tried this before?

  78. Do you have any tips when doubling the recipe? I doubled it and the batter came
    Out cake like instead of cookie dough consistency I’m waiting for it to be finished baking but hoping it turns out great!

  79. I went a little further and put crumbled premade graham cracker pie shell down in the pan first, then the rest on top……amazing. My pan was a little bigger and I had a bit more fresh cut peaches than the recipe so I added a little more measurement in the top crust. Good recipe, thanks.

  80. I made this for the first time last year and I accidentally put 2 sticks of butter instead of one. It was so good that I have continued making it that way every time! I love this recipe! By far my favorite peach cobbler! I love the texture of it. It’s not dense and bready like most traditional ones I’ve had.

  81. My white peaches were going bad and I used them for the recipe and I have to say I will be making this again, the recipe is so simple and sooooo delicious! Thank you for sharing!

  82. I sprinkled some ciNnamon and added slices of butter over the peaches. I also added cinnamon in the batter too. This gave it a lot more flavor.

  83. I love this recipe! It was my first time making peach cobbler and I am so in love with how it turned out! It’s the best thank you so much!

  84. AmaZing recipe!! I made it with fresh peaches. This was my first ever cobbler and will totally make it agAin. I Quadrupled the batch and made 2 8×8 and 1 9×9, i really like topping!!

  85. Thanks. Wow! My FAMILY love this Peach COBBLER. I was wondering could. I use this Same recipe for stRawberry cobbler. That was be awesome

  86. Making this right now. The middle isn’t cooking. I’ve already gone 15 minutes past the bakiNg time. Not sure why this is happening.

  87. I made this after i received fresh peaches from my brother, my husband said it was one of the best desserts he has had. Have made it several times since. Tastes just as good with canned, drained peaches as it does with fresh. Am trying it TOMORROW with fresh nectarines. Thanks for sharing such a delicious, easy recipe.

  88. I just made this, followed the directions exactly (fresh peaches) but added a titch extra flour to compensate for our high altitude, and baked it for 45 minutes. The top was very golden but when it cooled and we cut into it, the center was a bit “doughy” – not sure if i should have left it in longer but then the top would have browned. It’s delicious and i want to make it again…without the soggy center. SUGGESTIONS?

    1. Hi Janice, I’m so sorry to hear that the center was doughy.I have not had this problem, but all ovens heat differently. And with your high altitude it could affect it too. I would try reducing the oven temperature to 325 degrees F and baking it 40 to 45 minutes. You may need to lay a piece of foil over the top during the last 10 minutes to prevent the top from burning. Hope this helps!

  89. You were right! I was not disappointed. It is the best. the topping has the texture of a crisp fluffy buttery sweet cookie. I added some peach jam to the peaches because i thought it might be too tart, but it was just an added bonus. It was not too tart, especially with the cookie topping. I also sprinkled almonds on the top out of the oven, and brushed a little melted butter and the jam. I guess that was a little over the top; although No one seemed to mind.
    thank you for sharing! Tamyra

  90. It was a hit with family members and it was the first time i made it!
    I reduced the sugar a bit because i used canned peaches so i figured it would be slightly sweet already. I also added some pecans and some vanilla extract to the mix. The milk i used was also lactose free and 0 percent fat lol. No one could tell except my husband who always Accuses me of trying to “cut out the good stuff”. I will DEFINITELY try this recipe again and maybe toast my pecans next time.

  91. This is the best peach cobbler! I make it exactly as written and love THAT the topping stays crisp even next day, if any leftover,

  92. I have been looking for the best peach cobbler. i will definitely try this recipe. ive been looking for one to make for thanksgiving, i think this will be perfect!

    1. I have not tried making this in advance, but I think you could. I would make it all the way up until baking it. Don’t bake, and just cover with saran wrap. Store in fridge until ready to bake. When using canned peaches I believe I used 3 (11 ounce) size cans of sliced peaches. 🙂

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