This old fashioned Peach Cobbler recipe is not only extremely easy to make from scratch, but it’s made with fresh or canned peaches so you can enjoy it all year round! It’s one of my favorite family recipes from my mom, and although I am bias, I think it’s the best of the best!

Peach cobbler served in a bowl with a spoon, and another bowl of cobbler in the background.

Peach Cobbler

Peach season is pretty much the best time of the year, am I right?! I love going to “pick your own” farms or buying a large box from a local vendor. Peaches are one of those things I could never get sick of! I have too many favorite peach recipes that I rotate through them each season, starting with my favorite homemade Peach freezer jam.

This peach cobbler recipe comes from my mom, and it is a family favorite recipe she made for us all the time growing up! The best part about it is that it literally takes 5 minutes to throw together! My mom often used a quart jar of homemade canned peaches, but you can also use fresh peaches!

How to easily peel peaches:

I’ve found the easiest way to peel peaches is to gently lower 2-3 peaches at a time into a pot of boiling water. Leave them in the water for about 30 seconds, and then remove them to an ice-water bath. The ice water bath will shock them and keep the peach flesh from cooking, but the peach skin will be so easy to peel that you wont even need a knife!

Whole peaches on a white marble board next to another photo of the skin being peeled off of a peach, with a colander filled with peeled peaches in the background

How to make Peach Cobbler:
  • Add the sliced peaches, sugar and salt to a saucepan and stir to combine. Cook on medium heat for just a few minutes, until the sugar is dissolved and helped to bring out some juice from the peaches. Remove from heat and set aside.

Side by side photos of a saucepan with sliced peaches in it, and the other photo with sugar and salt added on top.

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Slice butter into pieces and add to a 9×13 inch baking dish. Place the pan in the oven while it preheats, to allow the butter to melt. Once melted, remove the pan from the oven.
  • In a large bowl mix together the flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt. Stir in the milk, just until combined. Pour the mixture into the pan, over the melted butter and smooth it into an even layer.

Process photos for making peach cobbler, including melting butter in a 9x13 inch pan, pouring batter on top, and then sliced peaches and juice on top of the batter.

  • Spoon the peaches and juice (or canned peaches, if using) over the batter. Sprinkle cinnamon generously over the top.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for about 40 minutes. Serve warm, with a scoop of ice cream, if desired.

Overhead photo of peach cobbler in a pan before it has been baked, and after.

How to store and reheat peach cobbler:

Peach cobbler is best enjoyed warm, right after it’s baked. Store leftover cobbler covered, in the fridge for 4-5 days.

To reheat peach cobbler, use the microwave or oven. To reheat in the oven, remove it from the fridge and allow it to come to room temperature. Bake at 350 degrees F for about 20 minutes or until warmed through. (Place tinfoil over it if it’s browning too much).

A 9x13 inch glass pan of peach cobbler with a spoon laying in the pan where a serving has been removed.


Tell me this isn’t the epitome of comfort food desserts?! A bowl of warm peach cobbler served with a small scoop of vanilla ice cream on top is seriously my idea of heaven.

Peach cobbler served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top, in a bowl with a spoon.

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Peach cobbler served in a bowl with a spoon, and another bowl of cobbler in the background.
Prep 15 mins
Cook 40 mins
Total 55 mins
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  • 5 peaches , peeled, cored and sliced (about 4 cups)
  • 3/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

For the batter:

  • 6 Tablespoons butter
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 3/4 cup milk
  • ground cinnamon


  • Add the sliced peaches, sugar and salt to a saucepan and stir to combine. 

    *(If using canned peaches, skip steps 1 & 2 and follow the directions starting at step 3) 
  • Cook on medium heat for just a few minutes, until the sugar is dissolved and helps to bring out juices from the peaches. Remove from heat and set aside. 
  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Slice butter into pieces and add to a 9x13 inch baking dish. Place the pan in the oven while it preheats, to allow the butter to melt. Once melted, remove the pan from the oven.
  • In a large bowl mix together the flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt. Stir in the milk, just until combined. Pour the mixture into the pan, over the melted butter and smooth it into an even layer. 
  • Spoon the peaches and juice (or canned peaches, if using) over the batter. Sprinkle cinnamon generously over the top.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for about 38-40 minutes. Serve warm, with a scoop of ice cream, if desired.


To substitute canned peaches, use 1 quart jar, undrained.


Calories: 386kcalCarbohydrates: 66gProtein: 4gFat: 12gSaturated Fat: 7gCholesterol: 33mgSodium: 211mgPotassium: 496mgFiber: 2gSugar: 48gVitamin A: 915IUVitamin C: 10.4mgCalcium: 108mgIron: 1.5mg

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*I first shared this recipe in August 2014. Updated July 2018.

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  1. 2 stars
    This didn’t work, for me. I followed the recipe, and I felt there was too much butter and the crust was chewy. I am also accustomed to a more flavorful crust. I’d definitely suggest adding some flavor to the dough. When using canned peaches, I’d also drain peaches, add brown sugar/cinn/vanilla & simmer.

    I’ll probably go with a different recipe or doctor up this one, next time.

  2. 5 stars
    We grow beautiful cling free peaches in ct and this is nearly a exact copy of how my granny in GA. Made hers. Using a preheated cast iron skillet I love the sizzle when it’s poured into the skillet, just love this with fresh churned ice cream.

  3. 5 stars
    Used A 16 oz bag semi frozen peaches, cut the recipe in half, accidently added the cinnamon to the batter and it was AWESOME!! So, so, so good and so easy!!

  4. I used canned peaches and I’m not sure if I was suppose to drain some of the liquid out or not so I dumped it all in and it seemed like too much water so I poured some of it out as best as I can. Hopefully it comes out well as it seemed like wayy too much water. I’ll update this comment when it comes out of the oven. 🙂

    1. I made this peach cobbler for the holiday tomorrow I’m hoping it turns out great it looks good let’s hope it taste good

  5. 5 stars
    Tried the recipe and everyone liked it. Added 1/4 cup of brown sugar and 3/4 cup of sugar instead of 1 cup of sugar to the batter and did the same to the peaches 1/4 cup of brown sugar and 1/2 sugar .

  6. 4 stars
    I baked this for the first time today. Perfect for an unsually wet and chilly mid spring day in Sydney, Australia. I’ve never had Peach Cobbler before, so I was excited to give it a try. I used a 825g tin of peaches, though did not use the syrup as there was way too much – probably about half the tin was syrup. I cooked it for roughly 50mins. As it was my first time eating peach cobbler, I didn’t have anything to compare to. I think it turned out pretty good though
    as hubby and daughter loved it, and it’s hard to get my daughter to eat fruit. Also glad it doesn’t have eggs, as I cant really eat them. Gotta say this was a winner with us. Will definitely make it again, so easy too. Will try with fresh peaches seeing as they are in season atm. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

    1. have you completely dethaw peaches before using them? have you clocked them as per fresh peach recipe with sugar for a couple mins?

  7. 4 stars
    So I did everything in the recipe calls for. It came out great but mine came out more like cakeish w a very caramelized edges not burnt at all just super buttery I’d want these edges on cornbeard for sure. I think mine came out like a cake tho because I mixed the top half w a fork to get the cinnamon distributed. Don’t do that.

  8. 5 stars
    Hi Lauren. I made this cobbler today using your recipe and it turned out great! I happened to have canned peaches so used them instead of fresh. Your directions were easy to follow and the cobbler is delicious! Thanks so much.

  9. 5 stars
    I’ve made this about 8 times now it is so good. And I’ve made it with Stevia and almond Milk and vegetable butter and it was just as great

    1. How much Stevia did you use? Did you use everything else as listed (except the almond milk) Does it flavor the cobbler like almonds? I’ve never tried it.

  10. So far so wonderful thanks for this recipe it’s delicious and it turned out so yummy winks thanks again in gonna use this one again and try some of your other ones too

    1. Having never made a cobbler, wondering if the batter rises to the top to make what looks like a crust on top?

  11. I was always afraid to try to make cobbler, not anymore. This recipe is easy and absolutely delicious. I use fresh peaches but will try canned this winter.

  12. Thank you for sharing Lauren! This has become a family favorite at out house. When out of peaches, I used frozen mix berries, which also turned out amazing!

  13. 2 stars
    Idk…I did everything exactly and didn’t deviate from the recipe. The crust is chewy and way too sweet. Almost caramelized.

  14. 5 stars
    This was absolutely wonderful! Other than one minor change, I followed the directions and it turned out perfectly. I did use fresh peaches but instead of cooking them, I added the brown sugar and soaked them overnight in the fridge. It was not wet at all, in my experience; nor was it dry. Very good! Thank you for the recipe.

  15. 2 stars
    There is way too much liquid in this recipe. I would drop the butter to 4 teaspoons instead of 4 tablespoons and drain the peaches. Otherwise it’s just a glunky lake in the middle of under cooked batter.

  16. 1 star
    I’m not sure what went wrong here but this did not turn out well at all. The breaded part was stretchy and chewy with no flavor. I read back through the recipe and I had followed the recipe exactly, even my baking powder was brand new. I’m not sure why others love this recipe and mine was completely inedible….

  17. I have made this peach cobbler recipe several times with canned peaches. So easy and always successful. Thank you.

  18. Delicious! I had a couple cobbler recipes that I always used but when I read this I thought I’d give it a try because it sounded like it would be yummy. Oh boy, was it! My husband loved it and told me to throw away the other cobbler recipes which he had loved before. I’ve made it for friends, neighbors, gatherings and to take to loved ones when someone passes away. I ALWAYS get asked for the recipe. Everyone loves it and it gets rave reviews. I’ve even had someone say, “It was just like my mamaw made”. You can’t get a better compliment than that. Great recipe, thank you!

  19. I loved this recipe. I did have a few small adjustments. My first batch was a bit juicy and a bit sweet for my taste. I tripled the second batch. Because why not? (I used fresh peaches both times) I added some lemon juice to help activate the baking soda and reduced the sugar a bit. My second batch fit into 2 pans nicely, it wasn’t too juicy at all and is so good. The recipe is easy to make and tastes amazing. It’s a winner at my house.

  20. 5 stars
    Thank you for Sharing this recipe it was absolutely the easiest to make and beyond tasty my husband and son loved it. I definitely will make it again. I made it exactly as instructed no changes needed.

  21. 5 stars
    This is my first time making peach cobbler. I had everything on hand and used canned peaches. I didn’t drain, just spooned them out. I mixed the cinnamon with the batter am glad I did. I used a foil 9×13 pan and was worried it would come out burnt. I baked for 41 minutes and it came out great! Next time, I’ll pour a little more of the peach juice and lessen the sugar. It went great with vanilla ice cream!

  22. 3 stars
    While this tasted good and was easy to pull together, I ended up baking it an additional 35 minutes. Perhaps it was due to the ripeness of the peaches or the amount of sugar but there is a lot of liquid in this recipe. I would add some corn flour or reduce the milk by a quarter cup should I return to this recipe again.

  23. 5 stars
    Peach cobbler is my favorite dessert so I’m always trying different recipes for it. This recipe is by far my most favorite peach cobbler I have EVER had (and that’s including my grandmas recipe oops). I substituted brown sugar instead of granulated to cook the peaches and 10/10.

  24. 5 stars
    I used the recipe as is but I did cut back on the sugar for the peaches to 3/4 cup instead of 1 cup and added 2 extra tbls of butter to the pan.

  25. 5 stars
    Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. Me and my husband loved it. I followed the recipe exactly and it turned out better than any peach gobbler I’ve ever baked, and being a caterer I’ve baked plenty. I baked one a few days ago and my husband just requested that I make another for him and his friends to have while they watch the football game tomorrow and he’s a mega picky eater. Again, thank you for this buttery, moderatly sweet delicious recipe!

  26. Hi Lauren,
    I had some getting old peaches in the fridge and some fresh ones. So, I bumped into your recipe and the desire to try it came to me. I love the cobbler, and so did my kids. I will definitely make again. Thank you.
    God bless..

  27. Simple and so tasty! First time I’ve ever made a cobbler since I needed to use up the peaches. Can’t wait for the fruit truck to come next summer. Love your page!

  28. Awesome recipe. I doubled the peaches, (they were going bad), & added about a tbsp of cayenne to the peach/sugar/salt mix. Definitely a keeper for future peaches. Thank you so much!

  29. This is a very simple recipe and doesn’t use eggs, which I don’t eat. It is delicious.Real comfort food.

  30. 5 stars
    Super easy and delicious. I used canned peaches. Next time I might reduce the amount of sugar because it was pretty sweet for my taste. But otherwise it was really good!

  31. 5 stars
    I’m waiting for my boyfriend to come home to try this! I changed the recipe a little; I used whole wheat sprouted flour, coconut milk, dark brown sugar, coconut oil instead of butter and instead of using sugar to coat the peaches, I used local honey.

    The batter came together very nicely and looks delicious!

  32. 5 stars
    Flavor is great, cook time took a lot longer about 1hr 20min. But I think that’s because of the juice from the canned peaches I used.
    I would recommend when using the canned or bottled peaches to reduce the juice by half of whatever container your using OR to thicken the juice prior to placing in baking dish and baking.

  33. 5 stars
    This recipe was easy to put together, even on a weeknight. My husband did most of the work to make it. He especially liked adding “a generous” amount of cinnamon! We will make this again.

  34. 5 stars
    EASY!!! Wonderful flavor! I used jared peaches from Costco, eliminated the cinnamon and cut the butter in half due to heart and acid reflux issues. It took over an hour to cook, it was GREAT!

    1. 5 stars
      This was easy to make and very delicious and I cut the sugar in half but it was still plenty sweet. Next time I will only use 1/3 cup sugar in batter

  35. 5 stars
    I found this recipe to be very easy to do
    It turned out an excellent cobbler
    The only thing I’m doing different is adding the cinnamon and a sprinkle of sugar on top at about halfway through the cooking time I found this to disperse the cinnamon and sugar over the surface of the cobbler instead of just being sucked up into the middle
    Overall I would recommend this to any beginner in baking or just anyone who loves peaches cobbler

  36. I made this just to see if it would come out good and now my family is begging me to make it again. Very delicious and easy recipe!

  37. 5 stars
    This is my 2nd time making this recipe. I read the reviews before making and used only 1/2 cup of sugar. This is the BEST cobbler recipe!!! My honey LOVES it!! Thank you for sharing!

  38. 1 star
    This did not even remotely resemble a peach cobbler. Definitely do not recommend. It’s just a pool of butter and peaches.

  39. I want to thank you for your recipe it’s a big hit.My husband and our friends thinks it’s delicious and definitely our favorite. I tried it raspberry and blueberries instead of peach and it is just as great. And just tonight I mix blueberries, raspberry and blackberries.Thanks again!

  40. I made this for my book club tonight because there was a short story that included peach cobbler. It went together easily with your instructions, and looked exactly like the photo. I got the last of the PA summer peaches at market today. I did use less sugar on the peaches and in the flour mixture. It was perfect. There’s a tiny serving left for breakfast. YUM!

  41. This recipe is delicious & easy. The third time I made it I used two large peaches & 4 apples. I boiled the apples in a little water until done the added sliced peaches & simmered with the sugar. Only used 2/3 cup sugar with the fruit. So good, thanks for sharing!

  42. 5 stars
    Fantastic, easy recipe. One thing I did to elevate the cobbler was to allow the butter to brown a bit in the oven. Added a caramelized flavor that was just divine. Will continue to use this simple recipe.

  43. 5 stars
    Made this tonight for a little after dinner treat. I added about a cup of blueberries I had in the freezer to accompany the peaches – I have to say it was delicious. Little bursts of blueberry goodness with the juicy flavour of Ontario grown peaches.
    I will definitely make this again.

  44. I made the peach cobbler and it was so easy and the best I’ve ever made. pouring the batter on the butter gave a bit of a buttery crunch on it. Delicious. I didn’t alter the recipe.

  45. This was my first try at a cobbler. I figured nobody does it as good as grandma. Well, grandma is not here, but your recipe is! Very easy to follow all the way to completion. We will find out how well I did in about 30 minutes. It already smells so good!

  46. 5 stars
    Best peach cobbler ever! Everyone always asks if they can have the secret family recipe. They’re always shocked it’s a recipe I found online. I will never make another cobbler recipe again! Thank you for sharing the yummy goodness!

  47. Put peaches in first and then the batter. Hit me when in the oven turned out great although maybe not as pretty. Very good flavors. Everyone loved

  48. 5 stars
    I’ve made this twice and everyone has loved it. I cut the sugar in half because I used fresh ripe peaches that are already very sweet.

  49. 5 stars
    Absolutely delicious! A new family favourite. Very easy to make. In addition to the cinnamon, I sprinkle on a bit of ground cloves for an autumn feel.

  50. Was delicious, had way too many peaches from our tree this year, but most were not perfect so cooking was the perfect solution . I agree with others that it was a bit too sweet, and I’d use more peaches, 6-8 cups instead of 4.

  51. 2 stars
    I’m so disappointed with the recipe. The topping didn’t rise at all. Was wondering if maybe the measurements were off.
    I didn’t see reviews that indicated so. Hmmm

  52. Hi, After I bake this can I leave it out at room temperature after it’s baked or does it need to be refrigerated?!
    I am making this in advance for a visitation.

  53. 4 stars
    Great simple recipe. I made this last year following recipe exactly, felt it was too sweet for my taste. Just now made it with half the sugar and it’s perfect. – Thanks!

  54. 5 stars
    This cobbler is a dream!! I’ve made it twice and it is the best! I combination of sweet, crisp, tender, juicy comfort food. Thank you for sharing such a perfect recipe with us.

  55. 4 stars
    Very easy recipe to make. I thought it was a little too sweet. Next time I’ll cut back the sugar in both the peaches and the crust. I’m going to add a sprinkle of cinnamon to the peach mixture, too.

  56. 5 stars
    Was good! Followed the directions but had to cook a little longer since my stove temp was a little off. But i would use maybe 1/2 cup sugar instead of a cup next time. It was slightly too sweet for me since I am not a big sweets eater but my hubby enjoyed it.

  57. 5 stars
    Just finished eating this and OMG. One of the best things I’ve ever made. Period! Definitely going to be making this again!

  58. 5 stars
    Loved this. Made last week with fresh Palisade, CO peaches. This is different from a “crisp” style crumb, more “batter” but none the less very delicious. Probably could halve the sugar and still be an adult dessert.

  59. I have tried several other peach cobbler recipes before making this one. This is the one I am keeping. It was delicious. The others were too but this was a few steps above. I made two of these. The first one I forgot the cinnamon, but did add it to the second one. Both were delicious.

  60. 3 stars
    The peach filling was too sweet and syrupy for my liking. It would have been better with twice as many peaches and just a sprinkling of sugar. If I make it again, I’ll skip the first 2 steps.

  61. 5 stars
    My husband and I just threw this together right now and i love how the recipe is super easy to follow with the simplest ingredients, hands down something we will always make together, this recipe is a keeper 🙂

  62. 5 stars
    Absolutely delicious! I would not change a thing. Perfect recipe. My adult children loved it. Thank you for sharing this recipe with us. I will be making it again.
    Kind regards

  63. 2 stars
    Tried this recipe today, the batter part came out almost completely uncooked even after I turned the temp up and added time in the oven.
    I compared the milk and butter portions to a recipe in an old cookbook and it was almost double the amount of dairy, with the same flour measurement. I’m thinking the milk measurement needs to be adjusted, or the flour? Wouldn’t recommend this recipe unless you really know what you’re doing.

    1. 5 stars
      Excellent recipe. I followed the directions to a tee. Outstanding with vanilla ice cream! Made 2 batches and shared with neighbors. Next time I may brush a small amount of butter and sprinkle a wee bit of sugar on top 5 minutes before taking it out of the oven just to glaze the top a bit more.

    2. 4 stars
      I followed this recipe (though I did add to minutes to the bake because I prefer a crisper crust) and it came out great. Have you checked your oven temperature? After having issues with dishes coming out undercooked I found my oven was consistently 35 degrees colder than expected! If it is off there should be a way to adjust the temperature.

  64. 5 stars
    Our new house has a peach tree in the back yard. When they ripened we had many good sized peaches. We gave a lot away and still had some. I didn’t want them to go to waste so I looked up easy peach cobbler recipe. I’m not a baker so the easier the better. This recipe was not only simple but delicious. I followed the recipe and had to add only a little more milk then it says. I would definitely recommend this recipe.

    1. Joy, then why have a comment section? The whole point is to make something we enjoy. If there is something out there that I would like more and it calls for a slightly different change to the original recipe then why not post? If you don’t like a comment then just read the recipe, excuse me ORIGINAL recipe and ignore this section.

  65. Making this recipe right now with fresh peaches from our tree. Instead of putting them in a saucepan, we have them in the smoker!

  66. This is a terrific recipe, very few ingredients, perfect! Captures the old fashioned simplicity of a cobbler. I added a little water to cook the peaches then reduced the liquid to a syrup for the drizzle.

  67. First time making peach cobbler. The house smelled wonderful. The only thing is that it was way to sweet for me. I will definitely make this recipe again but will cut back on the sugar.

  68. 5 stars
    Very good! I forgot the cinnamon too, should’ve just added it to peach mixture. But still delicious! I will make again!

  69. 5 stars
    This recipe is quite delicious! I suggest adding a little more peaches (maybe two more). I felt like there’s not enough peaches to the mix. The second time I made it, I changed the white to brown sugar (the one cooked with the peaches)and reduced it to 3/4 cup. The original recipe is just a little to sweet for my liking. I added a bunch of cinnamon on top since I love the taste of cinnamon spice in it. My family quickly devoured the whole thing!

  70. I made this several times and its been a huge hit! Question, If i wanted to drizzle Dulce de leche , Can I ask it before or after it bakes?

    Thank yo

    1. Did you put 1/2 cup sugar in the batter instead of a cup? How did it turn out? I always like to use less sugar especially with good sweet peaches.

  71. I made this cobbler today. I actually received a similar recipe from my Grandmother years ago. Very similar. I did end up however make it more like I remember hers.

    I melt the butter pour into pan that I sprayed with Pam. Sliced washed peaches skin and all. Place on top of butter. Sprinkle cinnamon on top. In bowl flour milk baking powder salt. Mix up and pour over peaches. Bake 375 30 minutes. Much quicker. Very yummy.

  72. 5 stars
    I made this recipe this evening, it was so easy to make. My cobbler is in the oven right now. I’m anxious to try this cobbler. Smells so good!!

  73. 5 stars
    Quick and easy. I used fresh, in-season Colorado peaches (THE best) and threw in a couple of plums because I had them. I also halved the sugar and cut 2 TB out of the butter. It was still plenty sweet. The full sugar recipe would have been way too much, IMO. But the recipe is super easy and was a hit with the family.

  74. 5 stars
    Absolutely amazing! I had organic peaches that were gonna go bad and needed a easy recipe! Soooo good!!!
    I made my own whip cream for topping, it was awesome! Will make again!!!

  75. I also cut back on the sugar, actually added two more peaches as I wanted to reach a higher ratio of fruit to batter. The results, delicious!

  76. 5 stars
    Incredibly simple and Super Delicious! Our Family Favorite Now. Use fresh In- season peaches, its the best!

  77. I just made this and it’s fabulouuuuuuuuuuuuuuuus. Thanks so much. Just a good gooy cobbler that doesn’t have too many ingredients.

  78. 5 stars
    I have made this peach cobbler several times this summer, with fresh peaches. I too reduce the sugar and the salt. I also add vanilla to the batter. This recipe is a family pleaser!

  79. 5 stars
    I had been craving homemade Peach Cobbler for months, but no one locally was selling it. I finally decided to bake it myself. I usually use canned peaches but wanted to try fresh peaches and I am happy I did. Your recipe was simple to follow and quick to prepare. Instead of using 5 peaches, I used 7 and I allowed the peaches to simmer for 20 minutes for more juice production…delicious. I also added pure vanilla and almond extract with 1/2 teaspoon of Dark Rum for added flavor. For our dessert last night, I topped this delectable delight with two scoops of No-Sugar added Vanilla Ice-Cream. This cobbler cooked to perfection and we love it! My husband won’t stop eating it
    Thank you so much for sharing your family recipe. I look forward to trying some of your other recipes.

  80. Super easy with basic ingredients on hand. Delicious comfort food and a quick dessert. Best warm with ice cream or whipped cream

  81. 5 stars
    Made 2 of these. Gave one to Mom. She loved it & so do I. The house smelled so good while they were baking. Tasted even better with Ice Cream. Yummy 😋

  82. My family loved this and it was so easy to make! Thank you so much! I will definitely make it again because we have a peach tree !

  83. 5 stars
    I followed the directions exactly and it was amazing!! And so easy! Thank you! It will be the only peach cobbler recipe I ever make!

  84. 5 stars
    Best Peach Cobbler recipe. It was on the sweet side and I will cut back on the sugar next time. This will be a staple in my home

    Thank you

  85. 5 stars
    Great recipe. I love the taste of fresh peaches. It is an easy recipe with simple ingredients. Thanks.

  86. 5 stars
    Really great and SO easy! Made it 3 times in 3 days! Delicious. I used fresh, tree ripened peaches, so only 1/2 C sugar in the peaches, and 3/4 Cup of sugar to 1 and 1/4 C flour in the batter, but other than that, followed the recipe. I might’ve put an extra 3/4 C of peaches in as well…but it comes out beautifully, and believe me, I had company coming and had to be quick and it is a Hit!

  87. 5 stars
    First time making this. It was delicious I exchange the sugar for Classic Monkfruit and it wasn’t too sweet. I will definitely make it again.

  88. 3 stars
    Good but thought it was too sweet the first time I followed the recipe exactly. The sweetness mellowed overnight, though, and it was lovely the next day. But making it the second time I cut way back on the sugar in the peaches — you just don’t need it. Love how easy it is to throw this together.

  89. 2 stars
    Yuck! I made this and cut out 1/3 of the sugar and served it to 6 people. 6 people all said the same…Entirely too sweet!!! (And we’re in Texas, the territory of Sugar Rush!)

  90. My daughter shared this recipe with me- she (and her family) lives it. I’ll be making it and was wondering if anyone has tried freezing the cobbler? Thanks

      1. Freeze it after it’s baked and then to serve – should I go ahead and bake it again?

        I’m hoping to make this for a BBQ but don’t want the peaches to go bad as they were freshly picked a few days ago already! (bbq is in 7 days)

  91. 5 stars
    my friends and i get together for “weed and feed” every two weeks. we all go to someones house and after coffee and snack, we work in the yard for a few hours. not just weeding, but any project that needs attention. great way to socialize and help friends. then it’s “feeding” time. today the gals came to my house. for dessert i made this peach cobbler. the five peaches i had wasn’t enough so i added blueberries and an apple. topped with vanilla ice-cream the reviews were stellar !!! thank you for sharing and i passed the recipe on.

  92. I reduced the sugar amount – 1/2 cup in peaches and 1/2 cup in dough. I also added 1tsp of almond extract.
    It came out amazing!

  93. 5 stars
    I’m very good I think it could have used more topping. I added blackberries to mine for added twist. But very very good. Is the first time I ever made a cobbler I’ll definitely be making this again.

  94. Best peach cobbler recipe I’ve tried so far.
    Used 3 cups sliced peaches 🍑 and one cup fresh cherries 🍒. Yummy! Based on reviews I reduced sugar in fruit mixture to 1/2 cup. Looked liked to much liquid with fruit so I added 1 tbs tapioca. ( I don’t like wet, runny cobbler). It worked out well as the fruit set up as a pie filling consistency. Maybe next time I’ll leave the tapioca out and see how it turns out.
    I think this cobbler could be used with just about any fruit. I know I will be keeping this recipe to make again with apples this fall.

  95. 5 stars
    Absolutely delicious! I will use a little less sugar next time for my personal preference, but besides that, it was super fun to make and an easy recipe to follow!

  96. 5 stars
    This is the best peach cobbler recipe! By putting the peaches over the cake batter all the peach juice bakes into the cake, and the melted butter in the bottom gives the cake a little crispness. I made two small modifications. Because my husband is diabetic I cut the sugar on the peaches to 1/4 cup and halved the sugar in the cake part of the cobbler. No one missed the extra sugar. Also I didn’t cook the peaches but lightly sugared these & let stand for 2 hours. This recipe is a keeper!! Thanks for sharing it!

  97. I swear some time I should read a recipe ten times before I make it…. Or before my husband goes to the store and texts me; “How many peaches do you need for cobbler?”…..I said 12, he bought 11, I used them all, cannot waste any Palisade peaches! I only used the 1/2 cup of sugar and then read, five peaches…on my! I tasted the peach and sugar mixture, it was fantastic. So I went with it. Lets just say it is heavy on the peaches, but dang tasty! There is a lot of juice in the cobbler, but that just means that it can be drizzled over vanilla ice cream that is on top of the cobbler! YUM! Next time though, I will only use five peaches, less time having my hands covered in peach slime… 🙂

  98. 5 stars
    Delicious. Im not much if a baker but I was given about 4 dozen peaches so I had to make use of them. I doubled the recipe so it needed longer to cook (about an hour). I erroneously put the cinnamon in the flour and it still was devine! My first time ever having peach cobbler. Thank you.

  99. 5 stars
    Delicious! I didn’t have any baking powder on hand so I substituted a cup of buttermilk + teaspoon of baking soda and it turned out great! Since it was already a good consistency from the buttermilk, I only added a splash of regular milk. Also saved myself some time and didn’t peel the peaches and they still turned out with a perfect consistency and luckily the skins weren’t chewy. Didn’t have any vanilla ice cream but it would’ve been the perfect addition! Will def add next time!

  100. 1 star
    This did not work for me….the batter was waaaaaay too sugary, and putting it under the peaches did not work. Very odd recipe, not the biscuit topped cobbler I like.

  101. This was amazing but just a bit too sweet. Where in the recipe would it make most sense to cut down on the sugar?

  102. 5 stars
    Yum. Did with less sugar, canned peaches in fruit juice and added some soaked dried cherries with a little honey. Also, sweetened almond milk. Very easy and flexible recipe.

  103. 5 stars
    Came out perfect, baked it extra 10 minutes longer (48 mins) to get a nice crispy golden brown color on top, and I also used 6 peaches, not 5. Whole family loved it, it’s a hit, thank you!

  104. Fantastic! Easy and so tasty! I bake quite a bit, but had never done this style (buckle) of cobbler. Very easy and fun. Thanks for a great recipe I’m remaking today, with fresh peaches from our trees.

  105. 5 stars
    This was my first cobbler tryout and I will be looking no further for other recipes, it was delicious! And extremely easy! Though next time I will be using less sugar on the peaches. Thank you!

  106. 5 stars
    good except I did not have milk so I used cream it was lumpy and not smooth over butter
    I will try again. I used fresh peaches from farm.

  107. 5 stars
    I made this peach cobbler for my husband tonight. He said it was the best I ever made. So easy to make. Fresh peaches made this dish. I also put a pinch of nutmeg in it.

  108. 5 stars
    Okay so I just made four of these bad boys! Even the raw batter is delicious. They smell divine and are delicious. Can’t wait to share with our block party tomorrow! Thanks a bunch! Easy, moist, sweet and yum yum on the kick drum.

  109. Does it matter if you use Unbleached All-Purpose Flour?
    Does it matter if you use Almond Milk?
    I am making tomorrow to bring to a family gathering!!!

    1. 1 star
      I made this recipe twice because it didn’t turn out well the first time., and I was making it for my neighbor’s birthday. I was embarrassed, so the next day I made it again. The second time was only slightly better. I used fresh, juicy peaches from a local ranch. The first time it came out too juicy and there was no rising crust. Maybe because I used almond flour. So the second time I used regular all-purpose and I didn’t heat the peaches and sugar because the peaches were so juicy. It turned out slightly better and tasted better, but there wasn’t much crust. Not like the photos. Maybe I should try it a third time or find a recipe that works better for me.

  110. 5 stars
    I just made this recipe and it was fabulous and so easy! I do not consider myself a good cook, so I was amazed when it turned out like it did. The only thing I did a bit differently was not to use any sugar with my fresh peaches, as we like our fruit desserts less sweet. Thank you for this great recipe. It will become a “standard” during peach harvest.

  111. 5 stars
    Loved this with my red haven peaches here in Ohio! Perfect ratio of cobbler topping to the peaches! Thanks, this is a keeper!

  112. 5 stars
    Omg ! Easiest , yummiest peach cobbler ever . It was a 5/5 star dessert . My South Carolinian husband was all smiles .

    1. Yes–the skins wont cook down so otherwise you’ll have unappetizing, chewy peach skins throughout the filling….

  113. 5 stars. Great recipe. I cut peaches into chunks….used turbinado sugar and white. 1/2 cup each. I also baked in 2 9” pie plates since I can freeze one and serve one today. Sprinkle of cinnamon in peaches.

  114. Great recipe! The peaches were perfect for peeling after the water bath, served it warm with vanilla ice cream. Rave reviews, thanks for sharing.

    1. This is amazing! Everyone loves this. I made it with fresh peaches on Wednesday and Saturday because everyone wants more. Thank you so much.

  115. 5 stars
    Easy and quite yummy. It does, however, take way more peaches than 5 to make 4 cups. At least coming from the peaches off our trees. There’s only 2 of us in the house so I used smaller glass Pyrex baking dishes and threw them in the freezer so we can enjoy this dessert over winter.

  116. 5 stars
    Turned out perfectly. Tastes amazing. Never made one before but will definitely be doing it again. Easiest dessert to whip up last minute from staples in the pantry.

  117. 5 stars
    Made this for the first time with peaches from our very own tree. Everyone loved it!! Great recipe as is. Thanks for sharing.

  118. 5 stars
    This is the best peach cobbler hands down. I’ve made it with peaches from a can and fresh. Fresh was better but you can definitely please a crowd with the canned peaches as well.

  119. I made it yesterday and it is better then the ones I have tried before.
    It will be my go to recipe for peach cobbler.
    Thank you.

  120. Your Peach Cobbler recipe made its way on Face Book and I fixed it yesterday. It was delicious! Will definitely be making again.

    My question: If using canned peaches, do you reduce amount of sugar? Thank you.

  121. My first time making this. Had a lot more peaches so I just added more butter flour sugar and other ingredients to the recipe and it was delicious. Also made in a larger pan, so there’s more to enjoy!

  122. 5 stars
    I’ve made this recipe 3 times with the 60 lbs of peaches my family picked this summer! It has impressed on all three occasions, and once I got the hang of the peeling it was easy! Just peachy!

  123. 5 stars
    2nd time and just as good as the first. So easy and I love the tip about peeling the peaches. Love it alone but even better with vanilla ice cream

  124. 5 stars
    Sooooo Good!! I made an 8×8, cut the recipe in 1/2 but used 3 cups of fresh peaches (just 2 of us in the house, did not want to temp myself with eating the entire 9×13 size:) Came out perfect!!! I did broil the top for the final few minutes just to add more crunch – did I say, Sooooo good??? Definitely recommend – a delicious keeper!!!

  125. 4 stars
    I found this to be too sweet for my families liking so next time I definitely cut down on the sugar. Otherwise it was delicious!

  126. Wonderful recipe. I’m going to try brown sugar with the fruit next time. Right now I have a blueberry one in the oven. So good. Thank you.

  127. I have a layer on the top that looks like butter. will it disappear or do I cook longer? what did I do wrong,?

    1. I think that would work but I have not tested it myself. I think you’d be better off to make it, bake it, store it in the refrigerator and reheat when ready to eat.

  128. 5 stars
    I have made this recipe twice in a week with fresh peaches, delicious both times. First time I used coconut milk and it came out just fine and added just a hint of coconut.

  129. This was absolutely delicious! I have made it several times. I have some tart, pitted fresh cherries. I would like to make a cherry cobbler but this recipe was so delicious that I was wondering if I could substitute cherries for peaches. Has anyone tried this. I don’t want to have to search for a cherry cobbler recipe when this one was so great.

  130. 4 stars
    This is super simple and delicious, and will make your house smell amazing. I do find it quite sweet, so I only use about a quarter cup of sugar in the peaches and maybe 1/2 to 3/4 cup in the batter, and I like it much better, especially since we always serve it with ice cream. It’s also great with a handfull or two of blueberries added! We also like to turn leftovers into breakfast the next day by topping with a spoonful of yogurt. It’s now my go-to cobbler recipe.

  131. 4 stars
    I’ve made this using both fresh, and canned peaches.
    Fresh peaches are waaaaay better. The canned peaches ended up having to much liquid, so the batter just wasn’t able to firm up. But we ate around the soggy stuff because it was still super yummy!
    Thank you for sharing!

  132. Great recipe. I added cinnamon to the peaches and more peaches the second time I made it. I think I like it with more peaches best. Vanilla in the batter also adds a little extra flavor.

  133. 5 stars
    Wow! This cobbler was awesome, I’m adding it to my family’s recipe notebook for sure! It’s peach season in Canada right now and I needed to use up the 4 quarts I bought at the market.. Well this didn’t disappoint, quite sweet but I believe people in the south are heavy handed on the sugar haha! I will make it again this winter with the peach slices I froze!

  134. 5 stars
    The flavor of using fresh picked peaches was amazing. Easy recipe to teach my 8 yr old granddaughter. She had fun making this for papa.

  135. 5 stars
    Delicious added blueberries. Also ended up using browned butter, left pan into long to melt. I think it added a little different flavor. Definitely will be making this again.

  136. 5 stars
    Sooo0 good! I did add some lemon peel to the peaches before cooking, a tsp of vanilla to the batter and topped with both nutmeg and the cinnamon. So simple and yummy! Thank you!

  137. 5 stars
    I used half the sugar suggested, and it’s perfect for me. (I almost always reduce the amount of sugar; in this case I worried it might not produce enough juice, etc., but it turns out to be just right. I personally can’t imagine it being any sweeter.) This is a really great recipe; I had never made pile-the-fruit-on-top style of cobbler, which is ten times easier and even more delicious. The reason it’s more delicious, I think, is that melting the butter and then pouring the batter into the hot pan (which wasn’t even that hot, since I took it out as soon as the butter melted, which was right after I put all the dry ingredients together; I still had to mix them and then pour the milk, add it, and put cinnamon on). The reason I mention that the pan wasn’t *perfectly* hot is that even so, it created a yummy crustiness on the bottom that, in my opinion, takes this cobbler to the next level. I haven’t made peach cobbler in several years — I’m always trying to reduce my sugar consumption, but I realized that every single year I resolve to make peach cobbler and then every single year I seem to decide not to, which goes against my “healthy diet but don’t deprive myself of treats 100% of the time” — and this was the perfect way to get back into the cobbler business! Thanks for my very favorite cobbler recipe ever!

  138. 4 stars
    First time making this, and I really enjoyed it. Very delicious, except I would add a lot less sugar, the peaches were already sweet so it didn’t need as much sugar.

  139. I promised my husband a peach cobbler if we could protect the peaches on the tree from being taken by the squirrels and birds. The netting he placed around the tree worked and we had lots and lots of peaches. To keep my promise I needed a recipe and I found yours. It was so super easy to make! And he loved it!! I have made a second cobbler to share with friends. Also I have dessert I can make holiday gatherings. Thank you so much for this recipe.

  140. I don’t care to use canned fruit, but would it be ok to use frozen sliced peaches instead? Can’t wait to make this recipe – everyone has wonderful comments. 🙂

  141. 5 stars
    Omg this recipe is the best! My friend/neighbor love it! I habe made it 4 times already! Working on my fifth as we speak!! I just add a pinch of nutmeg and vanilla extract to the batter! Perfecto!

  142. 5 stars
    This recipe is so good and easy. While I was mixing up the batter, it seemed like I knew this. Back in the 70’s our mom made this same recipe.,minus the cinnamon but still very good. Thank you for reminding me of this cobbler

  143. 5 stars
    I watched the video and followed the recipe exactly except that I didn’t have any milk but I had cream. So I used it instead. The batter was VERY dry, (I’m thinking because the cream was thicker than the milk) so I added an additional 1/4 cup so it had the consistency that the video showed. I also had a few more peaches than the recipe called for but added them. This turned out delicious. Last week I made a peach crunch and everyone loved it. So, with all of the peaches from my trees I decided to try something different and looked for a 5 star recipe and this one did not disappoint. My husband said it was a tie between this one and the crunch and that was a sure win since everyone raved about the crunch.

  144. 5 stars
    My family loved this. We actually made it three times in this past week to use up the damaged peaches from our peach tree. This recipe is so easy and super tasty.

  145. 5 stars
    I have made this recipe 4 times exactly as is and it turns out perfect each and every time. I get rave reviews from all who eat it. No one ever said it was too sweet. I always use fresh peaches. The people who ate it all wanted more and many requested the recipe. I highly recommend this recipe and don’t forget the cinnamon. Enjoy!

  146. 5 stars
    Crazy delicious, esp with fresh-picked peaches. I sliced the peaches a little thicker than shown and they held up well. Highly recommend this recipe, I’ll secondly be making again.

  147. Way to sweet for me. I wouldn’t make this recipe again and I cut down on the sugar by almost 1/2 in the peaches.

  148. 5 stars
    This recipe is now my go to for peach cobbler. My family LOVES this recipe. A couple of changes, I cut the sugar in half and I don’t parboil the peaches. I use very ripe peaches anyway. Be warned…..take your piece first because it won’t last long!

  149. 4 stars
    As is, this recipe was way too sweet with fresh peaches. Next time, I’ll cut the amount in half

  150. 5 stars
    We picked a ton of peaches at a local farm so I went searching for an easy recipe. This was perfect. So delicious! I will definitely make it again.

  151. 5 stars
    Yes, this recipe deserves all five stars! Blanching the peaches first made peeling a breeze. The crust is tender and cake-like. The fresh peaches just melt in your mouth. I had to add two minutes to the bake time to get the top brown. After I took it out of the oven, I dotted the top with butter. Hubs gave it his highest praise, “Whoa.” I wouldn’t change a thing, except next time, I’ll make it with blackberries.

  152. 5 stars
    Wow! This rich peach cobbler is absolute heaven. My husband felt inspired and made it with fresh, ripe peaches. He followed the directions to the “T.” The peach and sugar mixture baked perfectly into the butter, batter, and cinnamon to create a comforting, homemade dessert to die for. I might try just a tad less sugar next time – maybe 1/8 of a cup less. But then, why mess with perfection?

  153. 5 stars
    I’ve been looking for the perfect peach cobbler recipe for years and have finally found it. Easy and delicious. I used very ripe peaches so didn’t feel the need to pre cook them and the end product was amazing. Also used a little less sugar and added some nutmeg to the fresh peaches.

  154. 5 stars
    This is an amazing recipe. Easy and delicious!! I reduced sugar a little and added nutmeg along with cinnamon. LOVED IT!!

  155. 5 stars
    I made this for my family from peaches we picked off of a neighbors trees and almost the entire thing was gone in the first sitting! Delicious! Husband made me save the recipe immediately!!! Quick, easy, worth every second!

  156. 5 stars
    Great recipe! It bakes up perfectly in a well preheated oven and every morsel is a delight. Successfully baked it different times with Stevia, Swerve and sugar.

  157. 5 stars
    Thank you for this wonderful recipe. The cobbler came out wonderfully and to rave review from all who have been lucky enough to get a piece – it went really fast. I did increase the amount of fruit to five large California peaches and feel I could have added at least one more as I prefer more fruit than sugar. I also cut back on the cinnamon so as not overpower the fresh peaches.

  158. 5 stars
    Okay, there is a first time for everything, yes?
    I tried making this a few days ago and accidentally messed everything up, first by not taking the time to read through the recipe beforehand like I normally do, but I was just so excited to get to make it! I got way too easily distracted. XD
    I also have a just-turned six-year-old son… Long story short I over-measured the milk for the batter, and I accidently overbaked it! I never do that! Lol! It was still edible, and I was still oooing and ahhhing over it, but yeah… I had to remake it. But I was out of peaches by this time so it got fresh cherries and blackberries in equal measure to make up for the peaches, and it was amazing!
    Instantly blew every other cobbler I had made out the window! I will be picking up more fresh peaches to try the original again! New favorite recipe!
    TEN OUT OF TEN STARS!!!!! 🤩 🤩 🤩 🤩 🤩

  159. 5 stars
    The recipe came out spectacular and well received. With the added vanilla ice cream, there are happy campers all around.

  160. 5 stars
    Even though I made it incorrectly, it still turned out awesome! (I forgot to put the butter in the dish to melt it.)
    A few tweaks: 1) I added more peaches. And I would add even more again. When I make apple crisp it calls for 4 cups for an 8×8 dish. I usually use 4-5 cups for a dish that size. For a 9×13 I would totally use 10 cups! Personal preference to have more fruit. 2) Next time I will reduce the sugar in the peaches. Using 1/2 to 2/3 what the recipe calls for will be plenty, I think. I found using the full amount to be too sweet. 3) I reduced the sugar in the batter by 25%. The full amount sounded like a LOT. On eating it, I’m really glad I used less! Can’t wait to try it again with less sugar in the peaches and less sugar in the batter. My family and I like cinnamon, so I added what sounded “right” and looked “right” in both the peaches and the batter.
    The cobbler was SO delicious! The batter turned out fluffy and yummy. I didn’t expect it to rise as much as it did and it was a lovely surprise! The cook time and temp were perfect. 🙂 The juices will be more runny as the cobbler is hot and fresh out of the oven. As we have eaten the leftovers, the juices have soaked more into the cobbler topping. That’s kind of nice to not be so runny. I’m sharing this one with friends!

  161. 5 stars
    This is the only peach cobbler I will make comes out perfect each time. I am not a baker but I love peaches. No fear here just wonderful yummy peach cobbler.Easy,and absolutely delicious. Myself and my family only want this version! Give it a try You will have a new favorite go to recipe! Enjoy!

  162. 5 stars
    I used fresh peaches right off the tree! This recipe was just what my husband and I imagined, PERFECTION! Thank-you for sharing!

  163. 5 stars
    I used vegan butter and almond milk and it was fantastic. Could you use frozen fresh peaches in this recipe? This is our first year freezing.

  164. 5 stars
    Made this for my husband’s birthday and he said it was the best cobbler he’s ever had! So delicious and easy (was my first time ever making cobbler).

  165. 5 stars
    This is my go-to peach cobbler recipe! I don’t find it too sweet at all like some of the comments mentioned and it is so easy to make and consistently delicious every single time. Make this recipe!!!

  166. 5 stars
    Delicious and really easy to put together! I picked up 25 pounds of peaches from #thepeachtruck earlier this week and finally had time to make this Peach Cobbler!! I added 2 tsps of cinnamon to the flour mixture because I love cinnamon and I skipped the step where you heat up the peaches before adding to the cobbler mixture, because the peaches & sugar were already very juicy.

  167. I made this last night and it turned out perfectly. So delicious. Thank you for the recipe it’s a keeper! 🦋

  168. 4 stars
    I had a lot of extra peaches so I wanted to make peach cobbler to use them all up, and this recipe was great! The bake turned out very nice. I saw several replies mention that it was too sweet, so I reduced the sugar in the peach mix to only 1/2 cup and added about two tablespoons of brown sugar. I added some nutmeg and cinnamon to the peaches, and some to the batter in addition to the cinnamon on top of the whole thing because I thought it could use some more flavor. If you do not wish to add flavoring, I believe that it would taste good all the same. Thanks for the recipe!

  169. 5 stars
    Made this for the first time for a little backyard bbq with friends. It was the perfect dessert for a summery day, paired with vanilla ice cream of course. I think it turned out great, although I have never had this before.
    It would be helpful to have a note about the consistency we should be looking for. Is it similar to cake sponge?

  170. 5 stars
    Excellent dessert! My son keeps asking for more! Bakes beautifully with a gluten free flour blend. I added red hot sauce and ginger to the peach mixture. The texture of this cobbler is divine.

  171. 4 stars
    I made it today… I had peaches and nectarines, so I used 3 peaches and 2 nectarines. They were super ripe, so I cut back the sugar a little. The recipe was great! Not too sweet as some comments state. But I am sure that is relative. My only complaint is the cobbler part did not bubble over the peach/nectarine mixture like in the pictures or like typical cobblers. I followed the recipe otherwise (other than the modifications mentioned) to the letter. I did need to bake about 15 minutes longer to get a nice browning on the top. Would definitely use again!

  172. 5 stars
    Excellent recipe! I used 5 large peaches. We had no complaints about the amount of sugar in the recipe as others have noted; I suppose it is a matter of taste. We thought it was delicious! Will be making again!

  173. Most delicious! Our fresh Maryland peaches were on the smaller size, so I used a few more. My boyfriend even ate a bit for breakfast this morning with his espresso. Super easy to make. Thanks for the instructions on peeling with the ice bath!

    1. 5 stars
      Making it right now! Love the peeling tip! This is my husbands favorite and he will have a surprise later when he gets home. We are in Kentucky. Thanks

  174. I doubled it today. It was awesome. Had about 12 neighbors over for an impromptu tailgate in the driveway. All gone. Everyone loved it. Had to bake it an extra 20 minutes but it came out wonderful. Thank you so much for a 💣 recipe!

  175. 5 stars
    Crowd pleaser! I used 1/2 the amount of sugar in my peaches and it was perfect. Quick and easy to put together too!

  176. I used fresh peaches. I added nutmeg because I love it. Should I have lowered the temperature for a glass pan?

  177. 4 stars
    Good recipe! Sweet and delicious. But beware – after you shock your peaches, the skin comes off easily but it is very difficult to get the pit out. The peaches are just too slick so the pit hangs on and you butcher your fruit. The next batch I froze the peaches after peeling and it was much easier to cut out the pit like you would an avocado.

  178. 4 stars
    This was disgustingly sweet, I would recommend quartering or halving the sugar in the recipe. Besides that, this is a great recipe.

  179. 2 stars
    WAAAAAYYYY TOO SWEET!! I think if I make it again, I’ll use about 1/3 of the amount of sugar called for on the peaches, and leave the “cobbler” part as is.

  180. I made this with rice flour and fresh peaches and it was delicious!!! So quick and easy which was a big plus for me because I rarely make desserts.

  181. Question:
    Can this recipe be divided into two 8×8’s instead of a 9×13? Would like to send to a friend as a little dessert surprise. Or would ingredient proportions require alteration?

  182. Looking forward to trying this recipe. I am curious though the final picture shows a top crust, but there’s no mention of that step. That can’t be just Cinnamon alone

  183. 5 stars
    Taste amazing! The crust is crispy and inner is soft. I cut down the sugar to 1/3 in peach + 1/3 in batter.

  184. 5 stars
    I received rave reviews on this when I served it to my biweekly Bible study group. I used fresh peaches & doubled it in an extra deep pyrex dish.

  185. 5 stars
    My first ever attempt and it came out PERFECT. Only lasted two days in my house. Momma said it was the best cobbler she’s ever had

  186. 5 stars
    Very easy to make and tasted great! This will definitely be a cobbler we continue to enjoy!

  187. 5 stars
    Yummy! I needed to do something with the peaches in my yard (since they all ripen at the same time) and am glad I came upon this recipe. I followed others’ advice and added some vanilla to the peaches. I was very generous with the cinnamon and served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Everyone who tried it loved it.

  188. 5 stars
    Mi used truvia instead of sugar. Came out perfect. Next time I plan to substitute white flour with gluten free flour.

  189. 5 stars
    Super easy recipe and the quantities and instructions are perfect! You can’t go wrong and eating this feels like a warm hug.

  190. 5 stars
    Very easy. , although I cut some of the sugar out. I cut out a half a cup in the batter. I also cut 1/4 cup out of the peaches. Came out perfect!!!

  191. 5 stars
    Served to my Book Club Group and everyone raved about it. It was so easy to make. I popped it in the over just as we sat down for dinner and served it warm with vanilla ice cream after dinner and we had discussed the book.

  192. 5 stars
    I made this for the 4th of July, 2021 holiday and it was a huge hit. Fresh out of the oven made it even better.
    Careful with the peaches because they can be quite hot right out of the oven.

  193. 5 stars
    This is undoubtedly the absolute best peach cobbler I’ve ever had in my life. And the fact that I made it makes it that much better. Thank you so much for sharing your secrets with us!

  194. I decided to make this peach cobbler after seeing it had almost 5 stars! Unfortunately though, I wasn’t able to find perfctly ripened peaches, so I was subjected to using canned peaches. However it was an absolute slam dunk hit at our family barbeque! It had the perfect balance of crispiness and caramelizing around the edging until we began cutting into the center where it looked more like vanilla pudding with peaches than it did baked cobbler or cake! But I will admit- it honestly went against my better judgement when I followed the instructions to NOT drain the canned peachess, but I rationalized that surely 1K reviewers couldn’t be wrong, but then again, maybe all those reviewing this recipe used ripened peaches- not UNDRAINED canned peaches! I immediately began researching what may have caused my “runny batter syndrome” and found out that it was indeed the wrong call to not drain the peaches! It was explained that the juice runs into the batter thus making it almost impossible to fully cook the wet center. I will definitely use this delicious recipe again, but I will also be sure to use ripened peaches or DRAIN the canned peaches! *I also added pure vanilla extract to my batter and the peaches.

  195. AWESOME! Very easy fast & fabulous! My husband who is VERY picky. ……. loved this!! Will make often!

  196. Just curious. Has anyone tried to double this recipe in the same pan?? Looking at making it today for a larger group. Thanks!

  197. 4 stars
    I used very ripe yellow peaches and just tossed the slices with a bit of sugar in a bowl–I didn’t warm the peaches at all. I added about 1 tsp vanilla to the batter and skipped the cinnamon. And less salt (since I didn’t add to the peaches) is always better. Turned out perfect!

  198. 5 stars
    Made it tonight with peeled peaches. Added a half teaspoon of lemon juice to peaches. A M A Z I N G! 👍🇺🇸

  199. 5 stars
    I made this exactly as directed. We took it to our son and daughter in law’s house. It was absolutely easy and delicious! Thank you for sharing!

  200. I substituted butter flavored coconut oil for the butter and oatmilk for our son’s diet restrictions. It was still delicious and a big hit!!!

  201. Hi, I want to take try to make this tonight, it sounds delicious! If I use canned peaches I also put in the juice from the can right? Thanks for your help!

  202. 5 stars
    I made this cobbler exactly as written. I used canned peaches and it still turned out amazing! Thank you for sharing!

  203. 5 stars
    I made this tonight and it turned out great will definitely make again it would have been really good with vanilla ice cream but my wife wouldn’t go and get any lol I did make a couple of modifications first I used 7 peaches then I put a teaspoon of vanilla in the batter mix and I used the whole stick of butter

  204. 5 stars
    This was perfectly delicious- looked just like the picture and tasted so great! Summer crowd pleaser with fresh peaches from Chilton County , Alabama! 🧡🍑

  205. Excellent! Made this tonight, never attempted any fresh fruit cobbler or pie and it was to die for! I put alittle cinnamon in the batter and sprinkled a bit more over the fresh peaches before baking but otherwise followed recipe and it turned out amazing! Will be making this again.

  206. 5 stars
    Fantastic. I got a box of peaches from The Peach Truck Sunday. I made this using about 50% more peaches than recommended. I bought fresh baking powder and flour since I don’t bake much. It was pretty sweet so I think next time I might use only 1/2 cup sugar in the peaches instead of 3/4 cup. Other than that it’s wonderful.

    1. Thanks for the tips Wallace. I just got my Peach Truck box Saturday and I’m going to make your adjustments before making this tonight!

    2. I’m getting my Peach Truck peaches tomorrow!! I can’t wait to make this. Thanks for your helpful comments!!

  207. 5 stars
    I just put another one of this delicious cobbler in the oven. This is the third one this week. Everyone just LOVES it. It’s so simple to make. After the first one I no longer even need the instructions. Thank you so much for sharing this little gem with the us. With the world being as crazy as it is right now,it can definitely use such sweetness to get us by. Thanks again. T. From California

  208. 5 stars
    Made as directed for 9×13 pan ( 1.5 X)

    PRO TIP: do not bother peeling the peaches! You will not notice the skins at all once baked and it saves a TON of effort.

    Came out looking and tasting like the height of summer.
    Topping was flavorful and very light. Did not rise much but I blame old baking powder.

    Even terrific the next day. Killer for breakfast with a nice cuppa joe.

    This is a can’t miss recipe!

  209. 5 stars
    Just made this for my hubby who hates cooked fruit and doesn’t like cobblers and he said “That’s a hit.” Made it exactly as the recipe said and it came out perfect. I actually was afraid after I heated the fruit with the sugar that there would be too much liquid but it was perfect. That hardest part was blanching and peeling/slicing the fresh peaches and that wasn’t really hard, just time consuming. Thanks so much for this recipe! It is going to become a regular!

  210. Mine turned out horribly. The butter and batter didn’t mix well and seemed too liquidy. It covered my peaches entirely. I baked for less than the full suggested time because it was getting crusty on the edges and brown and yet the cobbler part was doughy and mushy. I was so disappointed. I followed the directions exactly. When I noticed it was liquidy I even rechecked my measuring devices to make sure I used the correct amount. I hope others had better luck. My grands said “ I don’t want any of that dirty looking dessert.

    1. That’s so good to hear. Because I’m cooking this recipe for the first time. For my union group upon request. So I figured I’d try this one out. Your comment gave me confidence. Thank you.

  211. 4 stars
    Too much sugar for me. I used about 1/4 cup less in the batter and the peaches. I overcooked the peaches but that’s on me! LOL.

  212. 5 stars
    I recommend adding the cinnamon to the bread instead of sprinkling it on top. There’s none left. This was amazing!!!

  213. Mine does not match picture. Batter did not rise. Cooked for an hour. Made for Father’s day will see what it taste like

    1. Your baking may be old . Or you may of left it out all together…
      I make this all the time ….
      I’ve even used self rising flour.. leaving out the baking powder and salt . I’ve use nectarines blackberries, apples.

  214. I’m assuming large peaches were used if you try to boil and ice bathe them? I had some small peaches and didn’t think about it but they ended up being really mushy. I cut the boiling time to 15 min and it helped a little. I’d say if you’re having to use small fresh peaches and you want to boil for an easy peel do 10-15 min boil and let sit in an ice bath for maybe 5-10 min. I also accidentally put cinnamon in the batter instead of on the peaches before baking, but I think it turned out really good that way!

    1. 5 stars
      You’re not supposed to boil them for that long. You just blanch the peaches for a few seconds in boiling water then take them out and throw them in the ice bath. The point is to make the skins easier to peel off. Then when you add them to the batter and bake it in the oven for ~40 minutes that’s what cooks them. 🙂

    2. They are only supposed to be dipped into the boiling water for 30 seconds….2/3 peaches at a time, you just accidentally read it as minutes.

    3. 30 sec dip into boiling water for easy peeling is all that is needed. Do not return water to a boil after putting peaches in the water. …. just dip 30 secs and then ice bath

    1. I will be making this on Saturday for a Fathers Day lunch dessert. Comment to Sammuel, That is not nice. Get someone to help you and try it again!

  215. 5 stars
    Amazing recipe. Easy and absolutely delicious! I use a few more peaches and put whipped cream on top to eat, rather than ice cream. What a treat.

  216. 5 stars
    Love this recipe!!! I the simplicity of it I used the peaches in the jar!!! It was divine with both French Vanilla Ice Cream and Cool Whip!!! Oh I also added a little more cinnamon and also added vanilla!

  217. 5 stars
    Hate to say it, but this is better than my grandma’s. Easy, great results. Have only used previously frozen fresh peaches but great results every time I’ve made it.

  218. 5 stars
    I’ve been looking for a long time for a good basic recipe. This is the best one I found! Simple and delicious!

  219. 5 stars
    I use this recipe all the time with fresh mangoes 🥭 and it is to die for!!! Don’t change a thing, add some homemade vanilla ice cream and go to town!

  220. 5 stars
    Heavenly! This may be the best recipe I have ever used for peach cobbler. So easy to make and delicious.

  221. Easiest desert recipe yet most delicious recipe !!! EVERYBODY loved this cobbler…I substituted canned Pears my sister had canned last year and it turned out better than that with the peaches !!!!! A must try recipe !!!! Could be for beginners or experienced cooks !!!!

  222. 5 stars
    Turned out great and fairly simple to throw together. I used fresh peaches and had to use slightly more than in the recipe, but besides that it was perfect!

  223. I Made this today with 6 Georgia peaches. Was very good, very easy with excellent directions. Will be making this again.

  224. I have made this once last summer and making it now again – it’s in the oven. it looks so delish – can’t wait to have some. it’s a wonderful, delicious recipe. we are having BBQ with another couple, and I’m bringing this cobbler. and, the one whose opinion matters – the husband – loved it when I made it last year!

  225. 5 stars
    I have used this recipe several times and it is always a family favorite. I sometimes substitute nutmeg for the cinnamon.

  226. Im not a dessert expert but this recioe has been a source of discussion in my family for a while. I hope you can clarify. We, like you, call this cobbler but i dont think its really cobler. Every reataurant ive been too that seels cobler sells something with a crust. This doesnt have a crust but is cake like with fruit throughout the dough. Ive seen some references to a dump cake or crumble for this. This recipe is our go to dessert, especially with blackberries in the spring. Not critiquing anything just trying to clarify the definition.

  227. I love this recipe and have used it before…simple and delicious. Thinking this time I may add a little bourbon to the peaches.

  228. 5 stars
    Turned out great. Used mostly fresh peaches and 1 can of peaches. Using eye=ball measuring, when i saw my batter was a little runny i held back some of the juice from peaches (1/3-1/2 cup) and baked up fine. Batter rose to top. Yum

  229. 5 stars
    Beautiful, not to sweet and easy. My whole family love it. Im now asked to make it everytime they come for tea. You can add a couple of drops of vanilla essence too.

  230. Looking to make this as fresh as possible. I’d like the idea of cooking the peaches w sugar, can I use frozen peaches?

    1. Yes, I made it with frozen peaches and it was delicious. When cooking in the sugar they looked just like fresh ones would. . Everyone loved it.

  231. 5 stars
    This was really good. Love how easy it is to put together using a jar of peaches. Definitely a keeper recipe!

  232. Is it possible to make this ahead of time, freeze unbaked, and bake later? Thinking of doing this as a dessert for my backyard wedding and would love to prep as much ahead of time as possible 🙂

    1. Sorry but the batter needs to be prepared fresh. You could always measure out the dry and wet ingredients and store them separately, to make it quick to add together just before baking.

  233. Added about 1/2 cup flour and 1/8 cup milk extra to have more body to this recipe I had tried once before. As before, I used canned peaches! This time I liked the results better. Easy Peazy and Oh So Good.

  234. Easy and delicious. I halved the recipe and baked in a 8″ glass pie plate. I used margarine and soy milk to make it vegan. Frozen peach slices worked wonderfully.

  235. 5 stars
    We followed the recipe and made ourselves a slice. It was incredible! Will make sure to make it again!

  236. 5 stars
    Delicious and so simple.
    It seemed weird to add the batter first, but the batter rises up and cooks around the peaches perfectly.
    I have a very small oven, so had to cut the recipe in half and bake in two pans.
    Like others have commented, it’s not too sweet.
    I have made this multiple times now.
    Easy and so good!

  237. 5 stars
    Made it tonight. It was so simple and delicious! I’m picky about texture when it comes to cobbler. Even store bought kinds are typically gooey. This recipe is spot on perfect. I read comments about sweetness. Since I was using firm fresh peaches that we picked earlier in the day, I figured I’d balance it out. I didn’t use the full amount written in the recipe, but I also didn’t reduce the sugar as drastically like some comments suggested. I left out about 1/4 with the batter and did the same with the peaches. I have to monitor my sugar intake daily, so this would be a splurge for me anyways. For the rest of my family, I’m sure following exact measurements in the recipe would still produce a totally fine cobbler and not overly sweet. This was so yummy I ate 2 bowls! The balance of a crispy bottom and soft top is amazing! I baked for 38-40 minutes and added 2 dashes of all spice to the dry batter just for fun. Thankfully I had just enough cinnamon for the cobbler. This recipe is being saved permanently, and I totally plan on making it again. TY for sharing with us!!

  238. 2 stars
    My first mistake was following the recipe. It still wasn’t baked after 1 hour.Most recipes call for the batter to go on top, but I followed the recipe. I used canned peaches with the juice as the recipe says. Maybe too much juice. Maybe batter should go on top, but the batter is still not cooked enough.

  239. 5 stars
    Absolutely yummy! Used some frozen peaches and a can of sliced peaches . Plus extra cinnamon.
    3/4 cup brown sugar for topping, no white sugar.

  240. 5 stars
    Have enjoyed this for years. Thank you for sharing. I replace half of the sugar with the canned peach juice. Then 3/4 of the way done pour remaining juice, about 3/4 cup, over cobbler and continue to bake. What an old fashioned peach taste! Not mushy at all and packed with flavor.

  241. 4 stars
    It tastes great, but my fruit stayed on top and the batter stayed on the bottom. As a result there was a dark edge to the cake and it was super gooey in the middle. I cooked it at 350 and ended up leaving it in for a little over an hour. What did I do wrong?

  242. 5 stars
    Amazing recipe. In celebration of National Peach Cobbler Day, I have shared the link to your page with others. Thank you.

  243. I made the peach cobbler exactly from the recipe and it is wonderful. Crunchy on top and soft inside just the way I remember when I was growing up! I will definitely make this again.

  244. This recipe was perfect, not too sweet with a nice crumbling batter!!! We ate the whole pan in one night.

    1. 5 stars
      I love leftover cobbler like I love leftover pizza. They’re different the next day but still as good if not better.

  245. 5 stars
    So delicious…..made it last week and plan to make it for Easter as well. Easy to make.
    This is going in my recipe file, I’ll be making it often.

  246. 1 star
    Sorry, this recipe didn’t work for me. I cut the sugar back to 1/2 cup in the peaches and 3/4 cup in the flour and it’s still way too sweet for my taste. Throughout the middle of the pan, the batter didn’t flip for me, so it was left gooey on the bottom.

  247. 3 stars
    Great recipe! But it was wayyyy too sweet, I even took 100 g of sugar off and it was still too sweet. I also added lemon juice for acidity and a bit of nutmeg for more flavour. Easy to make!

  248. Does the flour in the batter act as a thickening agent for the juice from the canned peaches? I have had terrible luck in the past with watery cobblers and crisps 😕

    1. Yes, the end result wont be “watery” but just have some thickened sauce consistency to it, along with the cobbler topping.

  249. 5 stars
    Hi, I cook for old people and they are always looking for dessert with dinner. ugh. I am always looking for quick and pantry friendly recipes. This was a winner. I keep frozen peaches and treated like fresh. Followed the recipe as given. Totally a keeper.

  250. 1 star
    I followed the recipe exact and not only did I have to add another half a cup of milk, I checked the cobbler with 12 minutes left and it was done. I left it in the oven and turned it off, hoping to finish the center. While it still tastes good, it’s very dry and crunchy… I live in Colorado and many recipes need to be adjusted for high altitudes, therefore I’m inclined to believe that had something to do with it. Overall, I was not happy with my result, and I will be attempting to perfect it.

  251. 5 stars
    Absolutely amaaazing! I’ve eaten cobbler down in rural Georgia before and because my family has never tried it, I decided to search for a good recipe that will own up to that original peach state goodness, (and this does just that!) My mama loved it so much and I went back for 2 more plates after the first. So delicious, thank you Lauren for sharing this lovely recipe!

  252. I have made both your peach and blueberry cobblers and both were wonderful! I am now going to try my hand at using this recipe but using mixed berries instead (strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and raspberries). I’m excited to see how it turns out. I’m also going to try putting the batter on the bottom like your peach recipe. Wish me luck.

  253. 5 stars
    Vegan approach: I swapped the butter for earth balance, swapped the milk for almond milk, made no other changes and it was freaking delicious.

  254. 5 stars
    Excellent !!I made it yesterday and I am making another one today this time with peaches and fruit cocktail. It is a definite keeper thanxx bunches for the beautiful recipe

    1. that depends on the oven you are using… some ovens will brown the top way before its done, the opposite is also true….

  255. 5 stars
    Wonderful! Came out a tad too sweet so per everyone’s comments, I’ll reduce the sugar next time. I’m also considering reducing the butter since I found it a little excessive. Will see how that works out. Thanks for the great recipe!

  256. I made this peach cobbler used canned peaches and cherries pie filling. Came out very good. Next time I will reduce the sugar, because the cherries was too sweet to me.

  257. 5 stars
    Followed exactly used the canned preaches and it was soooooo good… And easy.. Definitely will be doing this one again.

  258. 5 stars
    I made this because we were making peach cobbler moonshine. It said to reserve the peaches for icecream or dessert. So I decided to put the peaches in a mason jar & added the peach moonshine. Can I get a he’ll ya!!! It was the 💣!

  259. 5 stars
    I made my with frozen Georgia peaches. I think precooking the peaches makes a huge difference. This is so delicious.

  260. 5 stars
    Had some peaches that needed to be used. Found this recipe. So easy to put together and the whole family young and old loved it!

  261. 5 stars
    I made this dairy free by using earth balance instead of butter and oat milk instead of dairy milk and it turned out amazing!!

  262. This was really good and easy. I used canned peaches for this because I didn’t have peaches and it still worked output really well. The only downside of this is I didn’t quite know when it was finished.

  263. 5 stars
    I literally couldn’t have said it better myself! To quote Thumper from Bambi ” if you can’t say anything nice then don’t say anything at all “! I haven’t tried this recipe yet but I’m going to! I’m sure it’s delicious! It seems really close to Paula Dean’s and hers was good!

  264. 5 stars
    This easy reipie is the best aside from making peach cobbler homemade. Thank you, for sharing one of your best recipe’s.

  265. 5 stars
    I have tried this with peaches, cherries and apples. We had a pretty good crop of all this year. Absolutely loved this with all fruits but I think peaches were my favorite. Thank you for the wonderful recipe.

  266. 5 stars
    This recipe is very good!
    Since, there are only two of us, I divided the recipe in half. It worked well.
    I used 16 oz of frozen peaches and cooked them until the peaches were pliable/warm. There was a lot of juice in the pan. I put it all in the baking dish. That worked as well.
    I am an experienced baker but, I didn’t realize the batter and peaches would do a switcheroo in the oven, making the biscuit on top and peaches flavored with cinnamon on the bottom. I followed the recipe, not knowing what to expect and was pleasantly surprised.
    The topping/biscuit layer turned out to be slightly biscuity with crispy edges.
    If you read this rating/comment and are hesitant to make this recipe, I would recommend that you try it.
    I will definitely be making this again.

  267. 5 stars
    So I made this recipe. These are the changes I made. I used a 7×11 glass pan, used 2 cans of sliced peaches (but cut into bite size pieces) added about a quarter cup of blueberries to the peaches. Also added all the juice from the canned peaches. Also added cinnamon to the batter along with some almond extract. Cook time was 55 min. I must say lady’s it turned out amazing. Try my changes you’ll see. Oven times may vary depending on where you live. I have an electric oven so gas may be different. Just keep an eye.

    1. Did you use the sugar even with using canned peaches or did you use packed in water. I was thinking it might be too sweet with both.

  268. 5 stars
    ABSOLUTELY LOVE!! THIS IS A FAVORITE AMONG MY WHOLE FAMILY!! Sooo will it work with blackberries the same?

  269. 5 stars
    I made this recipe, but used heavy cream thinned almost half with water. (didn’t have milk). It came out very tasty, but more like a very thin pudding around the peaches, witha slight thin crispness on top. Would that have caused the consistency to not be what I expected? Also I used slight less than 3/4 cup sugar and was still a bit sweeter than my taste. I also baked it about 15 minutes longer as it didn’t look at all done at correct time. I am thinking the cream/water didn’t react with the ingredients as milk would. Yet I do that with cornbread and it bakes fine. Any ideas to offer? (I don’t drink milk but can have cream, so never have milk readily on hand.)
    However, it was delicious and pleasant to eat.

    1. I was out of milk the first time I baked this and substituted oat milk. It worked well. I have since made it using milk and the difference wasn’t noticeable .

  270. 5 stars
    This recipe is anything but tasteless, you are an extremely rude and nasty person. Baking powder has nothing to do with taste, and self rising flour (high rising) has baking powder in it. It is very apparent that you know nothing about baking.

  271. 5 stars
    I found this textbooks recipe and couldn’t wait to try it, I get everything ready and go to put the butter in to melt and ,, …. WHAAAAT!? No butter!! I wanted to 😭
    Luckily I avoided total catastrophe , . coconut oil to the rescue! I love the recipe, with butter or coconut oil and together is wonderful! any vegans out there, this is absolutely devine subbing coconut oil for butter❤️❤️❤️i thank you for the recipe, as do my taste buds ❤️

  272. 5 stars
    Got a beautiful large jar of peaches at Costco-from Spain and found this recipe. All I can is WOW!! super easy and delicious…I also cut back a bit on the sugar, but otherwise, this has become a family favorite!
    thank you!

  273. 1 star
    This recipe was absolutely disgusting! I followed each step & it was very tasteless. I found a better recipe that doesn’t need baking powder & use high rising flour instead.

    1. Wow, your a very rude person, I bet your a millennial. This review has disrespectful brat written all over it.

    2. 5 stars
      TJ, you sound very young, that’s ok, we all learn as we grow. Your comments, however, were uncalled for. They are hurtful and disrespectful to a person who did not force you to visit her website, nor did she force you to use her recipe. She made an assumption that you had the most basic of cooking skills, and could recognize that all-purpose flour needed the baking powder added, and self-rising flour already contains it.

      The cooks who have sites to share their recipes with us are truly amazing.
      TJ, did you notice you did not pay anything in order to look through all of her recipes? Rather, the recipes were voluntarily shared with you, along with the techniques, noteworthy adaptations. The site also provided still photos, and videos as well. You did not come to a “learn how to cook site”, you came to get a recipe assuming you had those basic skills. Mind you, this website, and everything in it is a testament to the literally thousands of hours it took her to share her good work with you. If you were born just a generation behind where you are, you would not have had this resource. You would have only had a handwritten index card that your grandmother wrote down a recipe on, and that was if you were lucky. In all likelihood, you learned something while cooking the first recipe, which then allowed the second recipe to turn out better. But some advice for the future, whoever’s recipe you use, thank them, they took time to do something nice for you, do something nice back. If you don’t like a recipe and have something constructive to say, say it. But if you only want to tear people down, remember, this is not the right place or circumstance for hecklers, bullies, or childish games. You truly owe Lauren an apology. In a world where you can be anything… kind!

  274. 5 stars
    That’s so great!!! Your share is very awesome. I really love cooking. I hope you will share more recipe like these. Thank you for sharing.

    1. I am planning on making this with canned peaches. The recipe calls for 1 cup of sugar, was this very sweet? Thank you.

      1. Hope it’s not too late to get back to you. I cut back on the sugar cuz I assumed it’d be too sweet and I was happy I did! I used 1/2 cup of sugar instead 🙂

  275. I use a similar recipe however I blend the one stick of butter with my sugar and then combine my dry ingredients. Still looks amazing and taste the same..
    I’ve been using this recipe for more than 25 yrs. Its a family favorite especially during the holidays.

  276. This is great quick foolproof recipe.Ive used it with peaches, pears, apples, blueberries and a mix of cranberries, blueberries and strawberries. I use oat milk and cooking spray to make it diary free. I substitute stevia for sugar.

    This is my new go to recipe for a quick dessert.

  277. 5 stars
    That’s so great!!! Your share is very awesome. I really love cooking. I hope you will share more recipe like these. Thank you for sharing.

  278. 5 stars
    Fast, and easy. I used canned peaches, coconut milk and it turned out scrumptious. Can’t wait to try it with fresh peaches or huckleberries. I am very happy that I found this recipe. Jus5 like Grandma’s cobbler…. layer it and done. I 😋

  279. 5 stars
    Absolutely spectacular!
    I substituted coconut butter and coconut milk to make this dairy free. Not sure what a “normal” Peach Cobbler tastes like, but this was fabulous!
    This recipe is definitely a keeper 🙂

  280. Great recipe! I’ve used canned peaches, pineapple chunks, cherries cranberries…all yummy!! 😋 Thanks so much! 😁👏👏👏

  281. Lauren I will try this but I sure di enjoy your blueberry cobbler, I am so proud of my self but I have you to be thankful.
    I would add a twist to the recipe next time. I am looking forward of making this recipe, Can you used canned peaches in heavy sauce or light sauce?

  282. 5 stars
    I lower the sugar in both the peaches and the breading, as my husband doesn’t like things so sweet- but I never measure exactly and this still comes out great every time!!

  283. 5 stars
    I made it with the coconut oil, and all I can say is 🤯Where have you been all my life! It’s not to sweet, with a light crunchy outside soft fluffy middle and a hint of coconut 🥰
    Best recipe I’ve tried and that’s including recipes other than cobbler. Thank you so much!

  284. 5 stars
    Looks amazing. Can I make in advance and set aside while making dinner? like make and not bake for like 2 hours then bake it?

  285. 5 stars
    I’m gonna make this my goto- for all kinds of cobblers. Great gift ideas! Who doesn’t love cobbler? Tis the sesson. Lauren Allen, thank you!

  286. I have made this many times and love it! Think I could use this recipe with blackberries instead?? Can’t find peaches anywhere!

  287. Lauren, I had been looking for a peach cobbler recipe to replace the one given to me my best friend’s mother years ago in high school. I am talking YEARS ago. YOURS is it!!! I had lost that recipe somehow.
    Made it last night and the memories came flooding back of the many times I had enjoyed this wonderful treat after school at my friend’s house. Thank you!

  288. Hello!

    Can I double the recipe but use half peaches and have pears? My mother would like me to make a peach and pear cobbler.

  289. 5 stars
    Made this up last minute with canned peaches (more spefically just canned peaches, not peach filling, was a little unsure if you meant one or the other so took the chance!) my peaches had an exceptional amount of juice so I only used about 1/3 of fluids from the can, which was just under a quart as it was, and was worried it wouldn’t be ..peachy enough.
    It worked out just fine though! I did have to bake it all the way to 40 min, checked at 35 and it seemed very runny still. With 40 min the entire thing was lovely, the edges a bit chewy,but every one said in a good way 🙂
    I literally found the recipe on a 15 break from work, texted my spouse who confirmed we had everything, and on my hour lunch went home and baked it in time to bring it in for a co-workers birthday!
    Thank you so much for sharing.

  290. 5 stars
    i used 1/4 cup of sugar only as I was using canned peaches in heavy syrup and I stirred a some of the syrup into the melted butter and then the rest. just great and fast when you want a little something. thanks, lyn

  291. 5 stars
    I just made it….I love fresh peaches but my sweet tooth was screaming for some sugar…I did used less sugar than recipe and it just taste sweet enough for me !!!! LOVED IT ! THANK YOU !

  292. I have made this one time before and we loved it. I was sitting here tonight wanting something sweet. Since this so easy to make, I jumped up and am now waiting for the oven bell to ring. I love love peaches and I love this recipe

    1. I made it using much less sugar….try it ….it’s your own taste. I don’t like much sugar and I always use less no matter how much the recipe call for it.

  293. 5 stars
    I didn’t have enough fresh peaches to make it a second time, so I did half apples half peaches and it came out fantastic. Thank you for such an easy (and delicious) recipe!

    1. Hi, how did you make it with the apples? Did you make it the same way you would the peaches? Or did you boil the apples?

  294. 5 stars
    This is an excellent recipe and I make it regularly. I rarely have fresh peaches so I use canned peaches minus most of the juice and it turns out perfectly every time. It’s a delicious treat that can be enjoyed year round.

  295. I seemed to remember my grandma spooning thick batter over the top of peaches thickened with tapioca (I think). How would it turn out differently done this way? I was maybe 8 so I can’t remember back 30 years ago, ahahaha!

  296. Anxious to try this but have a question. Is it okay to use fresh sliced peaches that have been frozen? If so does the recipe need to be altered any?

  297. i really liked it. i did not have enough sugar for the cobbler so i added some organic light brown sugar about 1/3 of a cup and it produced a crunch to the cobbler. it was really good. Thank you for the recipe!

  298. 5 stars
    Did it with canned peaches and cooked it for about 30 min and it was absolutely perfect! Crispy on top and yummy!!

  299. 5 stars
    I love this recipe it always comes out perfect. I have made not only peach (I’m about to make that one with my Grandson in a bit) but I have also made blueberry, apple and cherry. I used pie filling on the cherry. I would always recommend this recipe. Thank you!

  300. 5 stars
    I made it last night and shared it with friends. Everyone loved it. Super easy to make and the taste is wonderful. I definitely will be making this peach cobbler again and again.

  301. 5 stars
    Great recipe! Few desserts are this easy AND this good! I will be making again and look forward to trying with different fruits as well.

  302. 5 stars
    Hands Down Best Cobbler! Only thing I did different was used 1/2 white and 1/2 brown sugar. It was fabulous!
    Thanks so much!

  303. My precious Mom passed away last year and I have been trying different peach cobbler recipes for my Dad. Out of 8 recipes….he LOVED this one. Thanks 4 sharing.

  304. 5 stars
    I made this for my family and they loved it! I tweaked it a lil bit. I added regular cinnamon to the peaches while cooking and I used cinnamon sugar at the end to sprinkle on top.