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 minutes
Cook 40 minutes
Total 55 minutes
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For the batter:


  • 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: 315kcalCarbohydrates: 59gProtein: 3gFat: 9gSaturated Fat: 5gPolyunsaturated Fat: 0.4gMonounsaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0.3gCholesterol: 23mgSodium: 303mgPotassium: 150mgFiber: 2gSugar: 47gVitamin A: 538IUVitamin C: 3mgCalcium: 85mgIron: 1mg

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  1. Never thickened in oven like water
    Followed the recipe to the tea 🙁
    Read recipe 5 times No mistakes made

  2. I double the recipe and used one dish; it came out great! This recipe does have a more bread pudding consistency. But is much quicker to make than my grandma’s peach cobbler. Still delicious!

  3. 5 stars
    So no matter the servings, a 9×13 works on all? Also, what size canned peaches for each servings? I made this once already and it was delicious! I’m wanting to make double and want to make sure I do it right!

    1. If doubling, use 2 9×13 baking dishes, and pour 1 quart canned peaches (undrained) on the batter in each 9×13 pan. So 2 quarts of canned peaches total. Enjoy!

  4. 1 star
    I think this recipe calls for too much milk. Batter came out very runny. Ruined my peaches so I had to buy more.

  5. 3 stars
    Great flavor , cooking time at the lower end burned the thing. Should have pulled it at 25 minutes and it probably would have been perfect .

  6. 5 stars
    Boy did I screw this up from beginning to end. Let’s start with peaches. Tried the boiling water, ice bath method. Not one single peel slid off. No matter, I can slice peaches as badly as the next guy. Then I picked up a cup of sugar further down in the recipe and mixed that in instread of 3/4 of a cup. Then I realized I was slighlty shy of 4 cups of peaches, so I decided to half the recipe. Then I didn’t half the batter in the recipe and dumped the whole thing in a much smaller square pan. Then I baked it in my toaster over set on air fry not bake. Baked a good 20 minutes before I discovered that. Whelp I thought this should be interesting.

    Guess what? It was delicious. Imagine if I had actually paid attention to the instructions. Planning on doing that next go round. Recipe’s a keeper. I wish I could have baked it for my dad. He loved peaches.

  7. This is the second time I made this recipe. If yours turned out soggy, like mine did the first time, cook the peaches longer so that they resemble a pie filling. Perfect!

  8. 5 stars
    Tried this recipe using jiffy baking mix because I didn’t have enough all purpose flour and it was yummy, thanks for sharing the recipe

  9. 5 stars
    This recipe is just like the one my mom used when I was growing up. There’s just something different about simmering the peaches on the stove first as compared to baking them. I’ve made this cobbler a few times before, but this is the first time I’ve had to do it gluten-free. It still made the perfect crust – crisp on top and soft and chewy underneath. Love it!!!! Thank you for sharing. (I’m now going to substitute fresh blackberries by request from a friend.)

  10. 5 stars
    I’m not a cobbler fan but my husband loved it. The peaches weren’t quite ripe so the cup of sugar was perfect. Does this need to be stored in the refrigerator?

  11. 5 stars
    Delicious! Making for the 2nd time tonight. I halved it the first time but have enough peaches to make the full recipe now!

  12. 2 stars
    Batter didn’t rise to the top, so I’m left with my crumble crust on the bottom despite following the recipe to a T!

  13. 5 stars
    Absolutely delicious. Sometimes batter on cobblers can be bitter but this one was so yummy. I used a dish that was too small and it ran over a little so definitely use a large casserole dish. I’m making it again tomorrow for the 4th. My new go to peach cobbler!!

  14. My mix turned out very runny, I might have used a lil too much milk? Will it still turn out ok?

    1. It’s hard to say without knowing how much milk you added! Please let us know how it turned out for you

  15. 3 stars
    I was reading the recipe and questioning the massive amount of sugar in both the peach mixture and the batter. The batter is 1:1 ratio of sugar to flour. I should have listened to my gut. I like the simplicity of this recipe but I think the sugar could be cut to 1/4 the amount and still be delicious.

  16. 5 stars
    This peach cobbler recipe is delicious and easy to make. I love quick recipes like this one!

  17. 5 stars
    I read the reviews and decided to cut the sugar and then it wasn’t sweet enough. I’d follow the instructions.

  18. Gena if it says old fashioned it is always too sweet. I always cut the sugar by 1/3 to 1/2 of what the recipe calls for and it is perfect for the person that likes it not so sweet

    1. Hello Nancy, I plan to make this peach cobbler & am curious to know which sugar you cut back on; sugar added to peaches or sugar mixed w/flour or both? Tks

  19. 5 stars
    This recipe is not only easy, it’s delicious! This was my first time making peach cobbler and I will certainly add it to my recipes. Husband loved it!

  20. 1 star
    Way too sweet. People are giving it five stars after cutting sugar in half – the original recipe is not five stars. People shouldn’t have to dig through comments to modify a recipe.

  21. 5 stars
    Perfect! I wouldn’t change a thing; however I used jarred peaches from Texas and used all the juice that they were contained in, skipping directions 1 & 2. We loved it. Making it again tomorrow.

    1. I would recommend keeping the filling and batter separately in airtight containers in the fridge until ready to bake. Enjoy!

  22. 5 stars
    This peach cobbler recipe is absolutely delicious! It’s a wonderful, easy, and tasty recipe that I totally recommend. The flavors are perfectly balanced, and the texture is just right. It’s honestly the best cobbler I’ve ever had. If you’re looking for a dessert that’s both delightful and simple to make, this is the one. Five stars!

  23. 3 stars
    I would have given it 5 stars but it is very very sweet. Cut back on the sugar and it would have been perfect!

  24. 5 stars
    Like my grandma made it. I added fresh blueberries we had from the garden(grew the peaches also 😊)

  25. If you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all!
    This was absolutely delicious!

  26. 4 stars
    I have this recipe in the oven now. I’m wondering if there was a type 0 on the amount of flour. It was very soupy. I’m hoping for the best! All the ingredients are delicious so I’m sure it will be fine.

  27. 5 stars
    My husband and I absolutely love this recipe! Today is the first time baking it and it’s almost half gone! I didn’t have peaches so I substituted pears and put some nutmeg and cinnamon on the fruit and mixed well. Great 👍 recipe and I thank you for sharing. Laurie Warren.

    1. My family has been making it this way since the 60’s. Maybe it’s not your cup of tea, but those who grew up eating it this way enjoy it.

  28. 5 stars
    My mother had the same identical recipe that she got from my grandmother and this has been made in our family for decades and I’m in my 60s. The only difference is, our recipe calls for canned, drained peaches. I’m using fresh peaches this time around, using your instructions without drained peaches and we will see how it turns out. Pretty anxious, so are all of my grandchildren. I made two batches, as I had a lot of peaches to use up. Both pans are in the oven now. It smells heavenly!

    1. I’m so glad you like the recipe! Yes, you can definitely use the same recipe with apricots. It should turn out just as delicious. Enjoy!

  29. Forgot to peel fresh peaches, 🙄hope it comes.out good. Just put in the oven. Fingers crossed! 🤞🏻

  30. Made this for Father’s Day. Omggggg! So delish….and EASY!
    I will say that I used the method suggested to peel my peaches, do NOT overcook them or you will end up with a mess like I did. Most of them turned out mushy, but still useable.
    I added a splash of vanilla in both the peach and the topping mixture and I sprinkled the top with a little brown sugar.
    I seriously can’t wait to make this again!

  31. 5 stars
    This is our favorite. We look forward to fresh peach season every year. I have made this with frozen beaches in the winter and this has never disappointed us . Taste Better from Scratch is the first place I look at when I need recipe

  32. I cut back on sugar and butter. I used fresh peaches. Was still plenty sweet, moist and delicious!

  33. 5 stars
    This was great. I have tried several cobbler recipes and this is the one for the future. I recently started doing all the cooking because my wife is not able. Needless to say I look everyday for recipes.

  34. 5 stars
    Perfect peach cobbler recipe! Just like my mom used to make us. Will be using this recipe every time I want to make peach cobbler. I used a scant 2/3 cup of sugar with the peaches as mine were very ripe. Perfect amount of sweetness!!

  35. Yep! This cobbler is for our Father’s DAy celebration too! Fresh peaches from the fruit stand down the road- YUM! Smells heavenly!

  36. 5 stars
    Cooking now, smells amazing. I used fresh peaches from my farm peach tree. I’ve gathered cucumbers, Red B Potatoes, crook necked squash and Green Tomatoes for fried green tomatoes. This is Father’s Day meal for my husband.

    1. I am making this as well with fresh peaches for my husband as well as cucumber and onion salad and ribs for him. I use gluten free flour and so far it looks amazing.

  37. 5 stars
    Through out the process I had my doubts, it looked like not enough batter and too much juice and butter, but no it came our a cake lol

  38. 5 stars
    Delicious and made the whole house smell amazing (lots of cinnamon). Just made for hubby, and he gobbled it up and asked for seconds.

  39. 4 stars
    Tastes yummy!! But mine always comes out flatter/thinner than pictured and in the video. Any suggestions? Thank you! 🙂

    1. 4 stars
      I would suggest using a smaller pan. (I did.) And make sure your baking powder is fresh…not expired. ❤

    2. Check your baking powder. If it is not fresh, it could cause the flatness. Also, don’t work the batter too much!

  40. 5 stars
    Amazing!! I will be using over and over again. I made with fresh Fredericksburg peaches and it was so delicious.

  41. 5 stars
    Easy. And delicious! My sister in law asked for it for her birthday! I used canned peaches as that was available and still delicious! Perfect summer treat

  42. 5 stars
    I’ve made this peach cobbler twice in the past week with fresh peaches and it has been an amazing hit with family and friends. I used 8-9 medium sized peaches each time and that was perfect. Thank you for this recipe!

  43. 5 stars
    I made this cobbler for our son’s birthday and bought a peach pie from New Seasons. I had my doubts with this recipe because it’s super soupy when you put it in the oven. I added some flour (which in hind sight I should have followed the directions) but it still came out amazing. The kids even said this cobbler was better than the fancy store bought one.

  44. 5 stars
    I absolutely loved this recipe. A little on the sweet side, however it’s an easy fix for the next one I make. Thank you so much.

  45. I’m fixing to make your easy homemade peach cobbler. It’s looks so yummy! I will comment later.

  46. 5 stars
    Made this on a Saturday afternoon and my family enjoyed it so much (and so completely) that I made another one on Sunday 😂
    I increased the peaches to about 6 cups, and went a little lighter on the granulated sugar (as is our preference) but this is about the best cobbler I’ve ever made. So easy and delicious!! Thanks for sharing.

  47. I don’t care for peach cobbler but I made this for my husband and he absolutely loves it. Used two different cans of peaches. We left in a little longer than noted in recipe and turned the broil on in the end to get it good and caramelized.

  48. 5 stars
    I made this for a family get together, and everyone complimented it! This is definitely a great recipe!

  49. 4 stars
    My pan wasn’t the right size, but everything turned out pretty good! For some reason, the batter/crust tasted like Cracker Jacks to me, but it worked well with the fresh peaches. I’m definitely going to try this again to see if I get the same flavor. Either way, not bad! All of the juice from the fresh peaches soaked in perfectly without making the dough soggy. Tasted even better the next day!

  50. 4 stars
    Hi, I love the ease of using canned peaches but would you leave the note at the top about using the liquid as well. I made mine without the liquid then saw the note after I had already put them in the oven.

  51. 5 stars
    To be honest, I liked everything about this recipe. The flavor is subtle (if that is a possibility with dessert), not overly sweet, and has a wonderful texture. I used the canned peaches, and since the cans at Aldi are 14.5 oz each, I had a total of 29 oz rather than 32. It still worked beautifully, everyone who ate it loved it, and many have said that they’re going to be making it. I did have to bake it at the maximum recommended cooking time. Thank you for this recipe !

  52. 5 stars
    Oh my gosh!!! I made this in a huge hurry as I decided last minute to bake some treats and I happened to have ingredients for this. I had canned peaches and half and half. Those were my only substitutions. Wow!! Amazing!! I dumped most of the peach juice out assuming the canned version has way more juice than fresh. I reduced the sugar by about 1/4 with the peaches since the canned ones are in a syrup already. It took a lot longer to cook as I used an 8×8 deep square and it likely had more liquid than original recipe. But It was SOOOO GOOD!!!!! My canned peaches were not as great as fresh ones would have been. Not as sweet. But that’s canned peaches for yah. Still…. Between this and the chocolate chip cookies I made – the peach cobbler was the big hit. I poured cream over it hot and we devoured it.

  53. 5 stars
    This recipe is absoloutely amazing. I am a cook and make it all the time for dessert with a vanilla whipped cream on top and people fall in love with it when they eat it. I add a little ginger and vanilla bean to mine and I think it just takes it to the next level!!!

  54. This is by far one of the best and easiest peach cobblers I have ever baked.
    Thank you so very much for having made it available to all of your followers.

  55. I had exactly the same unfortunate result. I had qualms about using all the juice from the [canned] peaches and should have gone with my gut feeling that it was way too much. Wound up with a beautiful crust, but a soggy mess below that.

  56. 5 stars
    Your peach cobbler recipe was so easy…to easy to be good I thought…but followed it using fresh peaches from my tree. Best ever. My familyand friends has had me make it 2 more times this week

    1. Mine turned out a bit gooey. Wondering if adding a little more flour would help? Also-can this be frozen?

  57. 5 stars
    A traditional and delicious peach cobbler. Im making it again for our Mothers Day dessert. This recipe deserves 5 🌟s

  58. 5 stars
    Very simple and good. I made this for my grandchildren and they absolutely loved it I used a frozen peaches from last year’s Harvest

  59. 5 stars
    This is the best cobbler recipe ever! I used canned peaches but removed about half the peach juice and the cobbler cooked up in 40 mins and wasn’t too dry or wet. Will absolutely make again!

  60. 1 star
    Absolutely NOT! The crust of Peach Cobbler is the star of the dish. This crust recipe is not crust and should never be mixed with peach cobbler.

    1. Yes, you can use self rising flour. Adapt the recipe to only add 1/2 tsp of baking powder and leave out the salt. This is because self-rising flour has baking powder and salt in it. Enjoy!

  61. 5 stars
    I made up bags of the peaches with sugar, salt and Fruit Fresh and put them in the freezer. It saved individual bags. I just take that bag and quickly defrost and heat on the stove and complete the cobbler. It is wonderful and so easy. I will do it agin next year.

  62. 5 stars
    Delicious! I made this using a jar of peaches and also added 1 1/2 cups of blueberries. The amount of sweetness was just right and the dough cooked up so nicely around the fruit. I needed to use up some buttermilk so I replaced the milk with that and I think it added a nice touch. I tossed a sprinkle of turbinado sugar on top of the cinnamon and I loved the bit of crunch it added. This was completely devoured by the end of the night!

  63. 5 stars
    I have made this recipe several times using fresh peaches. It has always turned out well. I have yet to try it with canned peaches.

  64. 5 stars
    A real hit with friends. I used some NZ peaches from the garden which I lightly stewed. I also used plums which worked very well too. Thanks for a simple and delicious recipe

  65. 5 stars
    I, too, used canned peaches. A 29 ounce can with about a cup of juice. I did add about 3/4 of a cup of it and found that it took about 48 minutes to bake so that the center was cooked through and golden. I used buttermilk instead of regular and sprinkled the top of the peaches with cinnamon and chopped pecans. This was peachalicious. Didn’t need a topping. Was delicious as is.

  66. 5 stars
    This is absolutely ther BEST. Oh my how it reminded me of my Mom’s. Super easy super delicious . I used fresh home frozen peaches. Will be making again. Any tips on how I could change it up and use rhubarb? Thank you for the great recipe.

  67. Best peach cobbler recipe out there and have tried many!!!! I added a little brown sugar and a little vanilla to the batter. So good!

  68. 5 stars
    I’ve made this recipe several times and it’s always delicious. I use a 29 oz can of peaches and it comes out great. The canned peaches tasted the same as the fresh peaches when I tried using fresh, but canned is way easier. It’s a favorite of my family!

  69. This was delicious! I made it with frozen peaches from the Peach Truck. Since there was extra juice, I did add some corn starch to keep it from being too runny. If I make it again I will make more of the batter. Thanks!

    1. 5 stars
      This is such a simple yet satisfying recipe! It’s not too sweet, but the perfect balance tart and rich melt in your mouth flavor. I used canned peaches (29oz) to shorten the prep time and baked for 42 minutes. To avoid a runny cobbler, you have to let it cool off before digging in. 5 out of 5 stars!

    2. I wish I had this great advice first. I used peaches from the Peach Truck as well, and my cobbler is coming out less than ideal. Thank you!

  70. Unclear as to how much of the juice to add. Used canned peaches and seems like too much liquid after 40 min. Still in the oven now trying evaporate more juice. I think it would be better to have a measured amount of juice (more specific) like the rest of the recipe.

    1. I was hoping for a measurement of the “canned peaches” too, because I’ve never heard of a 2 quart jar of peaches. I looked at a similar recipe and they used one 15 oz can, so that’s about what I used. (I actually used a 4- pack of the Del Monte peach fruit cups, they’re 4 oz each and seemed to be about 3/4 fruit, 1/4 juice. I’ll weigh it next time and update.)

      Using 16 oz worked well and wasn’t runny. I’m not sure how fruity an authentic Southern cobbler is supposed to be, but it was really good! 🙂

  71. 5 stars
    So delicious! I have made this twice now. I used homegrown plums and added cardamom powder to the batter, a wonderful and versatile recipe that I can use with any seasonal fruit. Yum! Thank you!

  72. You may want to mention to use a larger baking dish when doubling. ( I know, but I only halved it, ie- instead of 1 c flour sugar, I used 1 1/2 c. Flour & sugar. I’m watching my cobbler spread like the blob in my oven. Kind of funny but,,,,

  73. 5 stars
    Excellent, this is my go to recipe for peach cobbler! This is the first time I am using canned peaches, but your recipes have been great. Thank you for sharing them.

  74. 5 stars
    Very tasty and delicious 😋 thanks for sharing your recipe. I’ve made it several times and will definitely keep this recipe

    1. I hope anyone reading this can conclude that just because you prefer a less sweet biscuit crust, it doesn’t mean the recipe deserves one star.

  75. 4 stars
    After reading all of the reviews I put 1/2 cup of sugar in with 4 cups of drained canned peaches (more than 1 can), 1 teaspoon of cinnamon, and the heavy syrup juice from one can of peaches. Heated this until the sugar melted & was mixed together well. For the batter I added 1 teaspoon vanilla and a sprinkle of cinnamon to the recipe as shown. I baked this a little longer than the recipe stated because I wanted the crust to be nice and golden color all over & make sure it was done all the way through. My family and guests really enjoyed this. It reminded me of one my Mother made when I was a kid. It was easy to make and not too time consuming. Thank you!

    1. Thank you Jean for your details. I was hoping to find the conversion on the canned peaches and I like your alterations.
      Peace, Love & BBQ!

  76. This recipe is a big hit. I just made it with apples and dried cranberries. I’ve made it with peaches and blueberries, and every time it was just great, so I’m hoping this will be a hit

  77. 5 stars
    Wow! Super yummy 😋
    Even tried baking it in a pizza oven and it came out incredible and only took about 5 minutes. We’ve made this recipe a lot and even have added garden blueberries and blackberries to the peaches. Thank u so much for sharing this!!

  78. 5 stars
    Excellent, first time experience. My husband said it was better than he remembered as a kid.
    It will be made many more times.

  79. Lauren I must write to tell you about my peach Cobbler gone bad. I wrote a review yesterday saying it did not raise. My baking powder. Must’ve been bad well this morning I went to throw away that can of baking powder.Ha Ha I read it!!! Corn starch!!! I bet I never make that mistake again but I’ve never had cornstarch in that little round tin. Always bought it in boxes. I’m now a widow and so I have been trying to cut back on sizes 6 AM in the morning I’m laughing I’ve never made such a crazy baking mistake before, I will try your peach cobbler recipe again the flavor was good. The bottom was just strange.

  80. I made this recipe to take to a cousins house for dessert.
    It did not turn out the way I expected. I thought the bottom layer, the flour baking powder sugar and milk would raise around the peaches. It did not raise at all. Maybe my BP is bad. I do not know. I followed to directions to a tee.

  81. 5 stars
    I made this I use frozen peaches, wow delicious 😋. I made it again the next day! And saved the recipe.
    My husband request it to have for his birthday instead of cake😂 Thank you for sharing

  82. It’s runny. I made it last night and tried again tonight. With. Canned. Drained one not the other. I’m in tears.😩

    1. 1 star
      This peach cobbler recipe is by far the worst one I’ve used. I couldn’t find the one that I typically use and decided to use this one, and it was horrific. After almost an hour, it was a goopy, soggy mess and was too much liquid. I wouldn’t use 6 tablespoons of butter on top of a batter and peaches with juice—it’s just a bad combination and I should have trusted and went with my gut.

      The crust was done cooking, but everything else was horrifically underdone. Not to mention, the crust was uneven and didn’t rise evenly, thus making the cinnamon gather and bunch up unevenly across the dish.

      I will most definitely not be using this recipe again and refused to serve this at Bible study due to how badly it turned out.

      1. I had exactly the same unfortunate result. I had qualms about using all the juice from the [canned] peaches and should have gone with my gut feeling that it was way too much. Wound up with a beautiful crust, but a soggy mess below that.

  83. 5 stars
    Making this easy and delicious peach cobbler for the 2nd time in a week, my family loved it and it’s so easy to make and the cinnamon warming as the cobbler cooks makes the whole kitchen smell so good

  84. 5 stars
    Just made this for my husband because I didn’t pick any up for him at a local BBQ joint that makes amazing cobbler. This was better! Thanks for sharing!

  85. I make this all the time with different fruits…and have even made it with canned pie filling 😋 always delicious.

  86. Mine just turned into a gooey mess. Baked for 40 minutes.. the house smells great, but the dish didn’t turn out

  87. 4 stars
    I prefer the natural sweetness of peaches and using ripe juicy peaches here in Australia I was able to cut the sugar by 2/3s (75gm in the fruit and 50gm in the batter). Otherwise, this was a successful recipe for us and we enjoyed the warm peach cobbler with vanilla ice cream. Thank you.

    1. 3 stars
      Not sure if I had too much juice from the peaches, but the batter looked and tasted raw even though I had it in the oven for over an hour.

  88. Peanut butter squares it’s like a brownie and the icing you use the egg yolk with peanut butter and powdered sugar it’s so yummy it’s a old recipe I hope you can find this one please

  89. 5 stars
    Just made this for tonight! Smells heavenly! Mixed frozen and fresh peaches but followed the recipe exactly! Can’t wait!

  90. 5 stars
    This is maybe my 5th or 6th time making this recipe. I’ve used both fresh peaches (in season) and canned. I’ve also used fresh apples and blueberries. It’s pretty fool proof and always delicious. I like peaches best but the recipe is very flexible and can easily be used with other fruits. It reminds me of a creeping cobbler I had in my teens at my friend’s house, that his mother made. I searched for that recipe forever. This is very close. Highly recommend and am so glad I stumbled onto it. So easy and delicious.

  91. 5 stars
    Taste just like my grandmother’s recipe…I used 1 large can of peaches with heavy syrup just like she always did..almost made me cry from happy memories.

  92. 5 stars
    I made this recipe and it was wonderful. I had never made peach cobbler before and it was very easy and quick to prepare. It brought back great memories of eating peach cobbler at other people’s houses and events and this is exactly what a homemade peach cobbler should look and taste. My husband loved it too. Try it you won’t regret making it. I’m getting ready to make it again tonight, yummy!!!

  93. 5 stars
    My family and I LOVE this recipe! So I made a few adjustments. First, used the peaches in a jar from Trader Joe’s without the juice. Next I used 1/2 cup of granulated sugar and 1/2 cup of dark brown sugar. Then I added 2 tsp of vanilla extract and 3 pinches of nutmeg. For the milk, I used 3/4 cup of half and half and 1/4 cup of milk. Lastly, I used 7 tsb butter. Swirled it all together, baked at 350 for exactly 38 minutes. When runny in the middle midway and edges are crispy, I covered with foil. That did the trick until it was done baking. It was so delicious with vanilla ice cream!

    1. Thanks for the tip. I plan on making it tonight and I have TJ peaches too. I was concerned with topping on bottom that TJs would make it soggy. I’ll try your method.

  94. 5 stars
    A friend shared this recipe with me and now I’ve made it 3 times in less than 1 month period. It’s so good! Some things I did differently: I used frozen peaches, thawed out and whatever juices it came in, I increased the recipe 1.5 to accommodate the 2 bags of frozen peaches and well, more is better!! And, I added/dropped in blueberries right before putting in the oven, great combo and the first time I did it I mixed them in with the peaches and it all came out very blue. Slightly wierd looking but still tasted amazing. Everyone loves this dish.

  95. I ‘ve used your recipe, and all I can say is ‘Bless Your Heart’ I love it and so does my family. I always have to make a huge pan of it, and it’s never enough. Try it, I’m sure you’ll love it to ……

  96. 2 stars
    The inside batter was still undercooked after 40 minutes but I had to pull it out because the top was getting too brown. Bummer 🙁

    1. Hi Brittany, next time make sure it’s baking on in the center of the oven (not upper racks), and if it’s getting too brown, place a piece of aluminum foil on top, and continue baking until it’s cooked through.

    1. Well, don’t use it!! Salt brings out flavour and unless you have a highly processed diet, it won’t harm you, but you will taste the difference. 🙂

  97. 2 stars
    Unfortunately, this didn’t turn out well. This is the second peach cobbler I’ve tried and the first was excellent but I couldn’t find the recipe again.

    I followed these instructions exactly. The edges over cooked and the inside under cooked.

  98. 5 stars
    This is a great recipe as someone newer to baking and making my own peach cobbler. I’ve used this recipe a lot and have made it with both fresh peaches and canned, and I love how quick it is to make when I have cans. I do have a couple notes, I think you should drain most of the juice from the canned peaches, if not even just scoop them out with a spoon. I saw another comment on this and agree. The first time it got soggy and it adds to the baking time. I like to eat my cobbler with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream, but I don’t always have those on hand, so I started adding 1 teaspoon of vanilla in my batter. I also sprinkle cinnamon and nutmeg into the batter and still sprinkle cinnamon on top of the peaches. Yum!

  99. Hi! Can the recipe be doubled in the same 9×13” pan? I made it once and it was great but I’d like it a bit thicker. Just curious of the amount of time you’d bake it for a double batch. Thanks in advance

  100. 5 stars
    I made this last night for my husband’s birthday. He didn’t want cake and I couldn’t find the pie he said he wanted anywhere in our area. He really loved this. My kids loved it too. Great recipe. Kind of on the sweet side for me but it was really good. The crust rose and was kind of crispy on the top too which was my favorite part. Will be making it again. It did not last long- no leftovers. Thank you for sharing your mom’s love with the rest of us.

  101. Thinking about making this for Thanksgiving. You show one cobbler with the crust on top, but the recipe only mentions pouring it in the dish first with the peaches on top.

  102. 5 stars
    Absolutely love this recipe! I also replace the peaches and use homemade apple pie filling and it’s soooo delicious! Family favorite and my go to desert! Quick and easy and delicious!

  103. 4 stars
    I made this last night. I ran out of sugar after one cup as I made a double batch. I did the other cup with brown sugar and he says it’s just not sweet enough. I also used canned peaches. How can I fix the issue with it not being sweet enough?

    1. I have used frozen peaches every time so far. I actually put the frozen peaches in the pot with sugar and defrosted them that way once and I’ve also just let them sit out to defrost, then heated them with the sugar. Both were absolutely fine.

  104. 5 stars
    I made it by half the amount of ingredients in 8×8 baked 32 minutes. Used 1 can sliced peaches. It is so easy and tastes really good. It’s a keeper!!! Thanks

  105. Love this recipe!! Made it with peaches first and now apples with Carmel mixed in- yummmm!! Summer flavors then fall! Thx for the great recipe!

  106. 4 stars
    Thanks for sharing this recipe Lauren. I’m just trying it out for the first time. It seems pretty simple and easy to do. I’ll let you know for sure how it comes out. 🙂

  107. Absolutely delicious. Made several times using different fruits. Even mixed fruit with batter before putting in cake pan. First time. Q Will see how it works today.

  108. Made 2 of them tonight. I used some German packets of Sugar and sprinkled them on top along with the Cinnamon. Used my all go to Mexican vanilla in the mix also. Delicious. Thanks for the Recipe.

  109. 5 stars
    I cut the sugar in half and for the smallest portion used the small square Pyrex pan to bake it in. I had a couple of extra peaches so after they stewed down I threw them into my carrot soup that was a bit blend and I will now be doing that regularly.

  110. I’ve kept this recipe for so long. A full sorority of girls, devours this peach cobbler!! Huge hit!! Now I’m making it for my family and neighbors 😀 thank you for good n easy recipe. Scratch is supposed to be hard. Not this one. Thank you

    1. I have to agree. Did you use canned peaches? I’m wondering if that made the cobbler excessively sweet. Next time I will cut the sugar in half and update in the comments.

  111. This was indeed easy to make and tasted great but… it didn’t have the “cobbler effect” on top, at all. Hence, might I suggest a detail to be included in Step 5 of the written recipe:
    – Swirl the peaches around the batter such that the batter would surface creating a crusty cobbler effect after getting baked.

    I only realized that I needed to do that watching the video after I had already baked the cobbler.

    Also, I was wondering If I needed to peel the peaches – I quite enjoy the texture of peach skin, so I left it on, and it was great! In addition to creating an interesting texture, it also held the peach chunks together better for that nice bite of peach per mouthful. 🙂

    1. Jeonah, my result was the same as yours, as my dough didn’t rise. (was still delicious tho) I read someone’s comment about using expired baking powder and how it negatively affects the dough rising. When I checked the expiration date on my baking powder, mine was long expired. It is only good 18-24 months after manufactured. Check the date on yours and if expired, you may want to give this recipe another try.

  112. I am planning to try this recipe very soon. We just visited my cousin in Quincy IL last week. She talked about making a homemade peach cobbler. That made me hungry & I didn’t have a recipe to use. Thank you so much.

  113. 5 stars
    Fantastic and super easy! I have a bumper crop of peaches off the tree so this was the perfect outlet to use ’em up. Rare for northern Nevada! I split the sugar 50-50 between white and brown. Went a little larger with the peaches, ‘cuz I have too many of them! Now I’m drooling next to the oven with a big spoon in my hand and a tub of vanilla ice cream on the counter… 🙂

    Thanks for a keeper of a recipe!

  114. 1 star
    Made this recipe today. So disappointed. I love trying other recipes but this one failed I should have known when it says 1 cup of sugar and flour for the topping. Live and learn. Wasted good organic fresh peaches.

  115. 5 stars
    I must’ve added too much flour the first time, but the cobbler was still delicious. I tried again, got the ingredients right, and it was even yummier!

  116. 5 stars
    Great recipe!
    Tweaked it a bit. Used salted Irish butter in the batter, omitted salt. Sprinkled couple of dashes of cinnamon in peaches after cooking. Sprinkled Nutmeg instead of Cinnamon over the top! Absolutely Divine!! 🙂

  117. 5 stars
    I made this cobbler using Splenda instead of sugar. It is very, very yummy, though the crust was a little dry. I’ll add a couple more peaches next time.

    1. 5 stars
      I started switching Splenda for sugar in about all of my baking sweets ( when my old man was diagnosed diabetic) and nobody even knows the difference. I do enjoy brown sugar Splenda, a little extra vanilla and using a heavier milk 1/2 & 1/2 helps to give them a natural flavor. Or maybe creamier flavor which we love.

  118. 5 stars
    I made this with peaches and blueberries. It was delicious, and so easy! I will make this often and share the recipe with everyone!

    1. I’m wondering if I can use the same recipe but with mixed berries to change it up? I did it with fresh peaches in the summer, and it was absolutely delight!

      1. 5 stars
        Yes! I used frozen mixed berries and just heated them in a sauce pan to get some liquid from them. I also melt the butter, add it to the batter, and swirl in the fruit! Good luck!

  119. 5 stars
    Delicious! Very straightforward to make. I made with fresh peaches as this is peach season. Everyone went back for seconds. Thank you for sharing!

  120. 5 stars
    I had only 4 peaches so I added about 1.5 cups of frozen blueberries and used a bit less sugar in the fruit. Other than that, I followed the recipe and it turned out fine. I think I’d reduce the sugar in the fruit even more next time.

    1. I do not know about assembling a day ahead and cooking later, but I cooked mine a day ahead and plan to warm it at 350 degrees for 20 minutes the next day. Another poster had good experience with reheating.

  121. Looks and smells delicious. I’m going to cook the cobbler longer to make sure crust is done. Thanks for sharing!

  122. I’ve Probably made this prach cobbler a hundred times . Its perfect every time
    never made it to the bottom of the page to leave a message!! Thank you from myself 😊my kids 2 husband’s and any number of co workers !!

  123. 5 stars
    I’ve made this several times, following the recipe exactly, and it’s perfect! I have some frozen rhubarb, and I usually make a delicious rhubarb crisp but am wondering if this cobbler recipe would work equally well with rhubarb. Any thoughts?

  124. 5 stars
    Made this today with some Niagara peaches I was canning…used maple syrup instead of sugar to simmer the peaches and added a little rum flavouring. So, so, delicious!
    Thanks for sharing!

  125. 5 stars
    Delicious! I followed the recipe exactly, using fresh local peaches, and my family absolutely loved this dessert. Thank you for the recipe!

    1. 5 stars
      I’ve made this 2x today, I slightly cut down the sugar for the badder. I’m usually not a big fan of peach cobbler but this recipe is a keeper in my family! Love how it’s delicious and so easy to make.

  126. 4 stars
    We have made this several times. The first time with fresh peaches and it turned out great!

    I have made it 2x with canned peaches and the cake didn’t firm up without a lot of extra cook time. Last night I had to cook it 2 hours to get cake to firm up. I’m thinking the canned peaches have too much liquid. I am going to make it again and only use liquid from one can. Will report back.

  127. 5 stars
    Very easy recipe and it came out great! I was taught to make it with a pie crust instead of the batter by my great grandmother, she said that is a “crumble” not a cobbler but the end result is….they are both good recipes!

  128. 5 stars
    Wonderful recipe ! I used fresh peaches from my peach tree. Super easy to put together . Will use the recipe again .

  129. What a lovely recipe. I made it exactly as desribed and while making it, already thought that this is a looooot of sugar. It is really good, but way to sweet for me… although I am a sweet tooth.
    Next time … and yes I will make it again… next time I will use half the amount of sugar… max!!!

  130. 5 stars
    Amazing! Whole family loved it! I only did 1/4 cup sugar to our peaches since they were overripe off the tree, so just in case anyone else has lots of fresh peaches 🍑! Will definitely do this recipe again!!

  131. 5 stars
    This recipe is amazing! So delicious and easy to make. Thank you for sharing. I used fresh peaches that I didn’t know what to do with. They weren’t sweet but you would never know it. The recipe made them perfect.

  132. My peach’s would not peel easy and were mushy red inside they came fresh off the trunk! Also they didn’t taste good? Why?

  133. I used a homemade peach pie filling. I feared that 1 cup sugar in the batter would be way too sweet, so I only used 1/2 cup. It was perfect. If I had used fresh peaches, I probably wouldn’t have reduced the amount.

  134. 5 stars
    Yummy—reminds me of cobbler I got at school when lunches were prepared by moms and grandmothers right there in the cafeteria.

    1. Exactly! That was another part of my comment I should have added. Those were the good old days when lunches were homemade at the school in a huge kitchen. All the food was delicious, but I definitely remember the peach cobbler they made and yes this recipe tastes just like I remember. My mom was an excellent baker but never made cobblers or crisps, but the good old lunch ladies made it perfect like this recipe.

  135. Best peach cobbler ever. Tried it last year and have continued to use it with fresh peaches. Haven’t tried it yet with canned peaches.

  136. 3 stars
    I halved the sugar (peaches and batter) and added an extra peach.

    It is actually delicious now but at half the sugar it’s still just right on the too sweet side for my taste.

    The dough also only popped up and got crispy at the edges but I’m guessing it’s because I had extra filling to start with. Maybe the recipe should state how much total peach filling rather than the amount prior to cooking – might be why others are having some issues with the same thing.

    Anyway, overall really delicious the way it turned out but I halved the sugar and it’s still extremely sweet. If I make it again I’ll try using just a quarter cup of sugar in the batter.

  137. 5 stars
    I keep trying recipes until I find one that pleases me. This is it. This will be my go-to peach cobbler recipe. Everyone loved it.

  138. 5 stars
    Peaches are in season and we’ve made this 2 times in the last couple of weeks- it’s fantastic!!
    It’s easy and quick to put together, which also is a BIG win.


  139. 5 stars
    It’s delicious! I added blackberries that I had in the fridge. A definite crowd pleaser. The recipe produced a great crusty top.

    1. 5 stars
      It’s delicious! I added blackberries that I had in the fridge. A definite crowd pleaser. The recipe produced a great crusty top.

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  140. 5 stars
    Incredible recipe, but I agree too much sugar in the peaches (and I never think that). Next time I’ll do 1/2 a cup.

  141. 5 stars
    Made it my first time today. I thought there was NO way it would cook up, but it turned out beautifully. I cooked it almost an hour and the edges were chewy and absolutely wonderful. Peaches were not skinned and it didn’t matter . . perfection. Thank you for sharing!

  142. Made it my first time today. I thought there was NO way it would cook up, but it turned out beautifully. I cooked it almost an hour and the edges were chewy and absolutely wonderful. Peaches were not skinned and it didn’t matter . . perfection. Thank you for sharing!

  143. 3 stars
    It tastes great, but I was surprised how soupy it was. I’m not sure I’d cook the peaches ahead of time next time. My batter only popped up at edges. Will try something different next time.

    1. 5 stars
      Bailey, check the expiration date on your baking powder. If expired, your dough may not rise. (Fresh baking powder is only good for 18-24 months.) I had the same experience and found my baking powder was way out of date.

  144. 5 stars
    Peach Cobbler is my all time favorite dessert. I tried this recipe yesterday and it was absolutely delishious. My husband even says it was the best one I’ve made. Thank you for sharing

  145. So easy to put together! I used canned sliced peaches, to make it even more simple to assemble. I tossed in some raspberries as well. So yummy! Turned out perfect. I cooked mine a few minutes longer, but that was just a personal preference. Will definitely make again!

    1. 5 stars
      Yasmin, I learned something reading these reviews. If your baking powder is expired, as mine was, it may have prevented your dough from rising. My crust did not rise, and I noted my baking powder was way expired. It only lasts 18-24 months after manufactured.

  146. 5 stars
    Just made today and it was an absolute hit with my family. I’m not sure what others did to have such horrible experiences but in my case I followed the recipe as written except I used jar peaches instead. The only complaint that I have is there wasn’t enough lol. I will be definitely doubling the recipe next time—tomorrow

  147. 4 stars
    Great cobbler! However, the mobile version of your website has so many ads on it it’s almost unusable. Every time you touch the screen to scroll to the next part, it reloads itself and brings you all the way to the bottom or the top of the page. I understand running ads, but not like this.

    1. Tip for you- I just click the “print recipe” to view a page that is free of ads. It won’t make you print it, just takes you to a page layout that’s meant for printing. Easier to follow!

  148. 2 stars
    Sadly, we were disappointed with this recipe. This recipes, as written, leaves a bunch of sugary mush with the peaches after cooking. This would be better if there were eggs and less sugar in the batter. We will be using a different recipe for next time.

  149. 5 stars
    Burned my butter as I took too long getting the batter part assembled. Ugh! I started over and watched carefully the second time. I baked in an aluminum pan as that was all I had in that size. My peaches were very ripe so I didn’t cook them nor add sugar before placing them on top of the batter. The batter did pop through! I checked the date on my baking powder and threw one outdated container in the garbage. I didn’t want to risk it not rising due to old baking powder. It looks beautiful! Hmmmm….how do I add a photo?? Will do if I get it figured out.

    1. 5 stars
      Thank you for your comment about the expired baking powder. This recipe is delicious, but having made it twice, the crust/dough did not rise either time. Checked the date on bp – long expired. Others may be having the same issue. So, thanks for sharing!

  150. 5 stars
    Absolutely delicious. So easy to make and it comes together pretty quick. I also liked the tip about removing the skin of the peaches. Will definitely make again (and again and again).

  151. 5 stars
    Made this according to recipe using 2 cans of peaches with about half the syrup & topped with sliced almonds. Fantastic!! I’ll use this recipe with different fruit like cherries, blueberries, etc in the future, a keeper!

  152. 5 stars
    Oh my gosh, this was an absolute hit in my household! I followed the recipe, used fresh Palisade Colorado peaches, and extended the cooking time to an hour. It was crunchy on top and gooey on the inside, so GOOD! We are also a mile high in elevation, if that helps. We will definitely use this recipe again!

  153. 1 star
    the cake was kind of doughy in the middle i think because of the butter and it was a little mushy

    1. 5 stars
      You may not of followed Lauren’s directions properly. It turned out amazingly well and my man has asked for it again and again!

    2. 5 stars
      Check the date of your baking powder. If expired, it could have negatively affected the dough rising. (I had the same experience and found that bp is only good 18-24 months after manufactured.)

      1. Love this recipe. My husband would rave about his sister’s cobbler until I tried this one.😉

        I’ve read a lot here about expired baking powder. Just a tip— to test your baking powder put a small amount (1/8 tsp) in Hot water. If it fizzles, it is good.

  154. 2 stars
    Way too much sugar. Look at others online and you’ll see they have almost half this amount. It also comes out soggy and pudding like. Probably better to find a different recipe.

  155. 5 stars
    I don’t love fruit desserts but I couldn’t get enough of this! It reminded me of home. Worth every bite!

  156. Tried the “from scratch” peach cobbler recipe after not finding one of those packaged cobbler mixes in the store. I loved it and so did my son. We ate the whole dish in one day…no leftovers for the next day. May use a little less sugar next time.

  157. 4 stars
    Tasted great! I used 1 teaspoon of cinnamon. The edges caramelized much like a pineapple upside down cake. That was the best part. However, I had to cook the cobbler 5 minutes longer than directed, probably could have cooked an additional 5 minutes or more. The center was more like tapioca pudding than a bready cobbler. If you like tapioca pudding, you would have liked this. If you like your cobbler more bready, continue to cook beyond the recommended time, and/or turn up the temperature.

    1. 5 stars
      Tim, my attempts turned out like yours. I found that my baking powder was expired, which likely affected the dough rising. (BP only lasts 18-24 months after manufactured date.) I plan to try again with fresh bp.

  158. 5 stars
    Delicious recipe.I cut back on the sugar slightly because I’m bound to serve the cobbler warm, with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream !

    Thank You.

  159. 5 stars
    I have been using this recipe for 3 years now. Best peach cobbler ever. Used fresh peaches from the orchard.

  160. 1 star
    The cake part did not cook properly. It was mushy ,like eating cream of wheat. Such a waste of peaches.never again!

    1. 5 stars
      Best recipe ever!
      Those of you who say it’s too mushy, too doughy, too sugary….don’t follow directions well. It’s a super easy recipe for a beginner (“yes, a child could make it” quote from Chef Jean Pierre) and you just need to follow Lauren’s instructions!
      Try it again!

    2. Barb, is there a chance your baking powder was expired? Mine was, and resulted in a gummy dough. Baking powder (which should make the dough rise) only has a shelf life of 18-24 months.

  161. 5 stars
    This is the first time I have ever made peach cobbler from fresh picked peaches. It was so yummy I didn’t change a thing except I only had 4 peaches but this was quite by accident so I tried to adjust ingredient amounts here and there to match the amount of peaches I had but truthfully it was truly delish.

  162. 5 stars
    This peach cobbler recipe takes me back to my childhood, when my Georgia grandma would make us homemade peach cobbler. This is as perfect as hers and we loved it!

  163. 5 stars
    This was so delicious and easy to make. I made it just as instructed and baked it for 45 minutes and it turned out perfectly. Thank you for sharing!

  164. To die for GOOD. Just made it following recipe to the tee. O my gosh this is soooo good. Finally a keeper. Thank you. You can’t have just 1 bowl.

  165. 5 stars
    Best peach cobbler recipe to savour the flavour of this awesome August fruit!!! Easy to make. Entire lasagna pan size so GREAT for company!!

  166. No such thing as a “small scoop of ice cream”, vanilla or any other flavor in this house!!! Great recipe, easy and very tasty.

  167. Very good. A bit sweet so will use a bit less sugar. I felt like the pan was too big and the resulting cobbler was somewhat thin in terms of depth. May will use a smaller pan next time. But very good and easy! Used fresh peaches. Am

  168. 5 stars
    Absolutely supurb that is some of the best peach cobbler. I have ever eaten in my life and I’m 69. When I get my check on the third I will order your cookbook. Because homemade is that one way to problem

  169. 5 stars
    I have made the same peach cobbler recipe most of my life. It’s good. Since I looove allll of Lauren’s recipes and her cookbook, I decided to try hers a few months ago. Hands down the best peach cobbler I have ever had. My husband and I were blown away!! And bonus, it’s easier ti make than my old one. I also made her cherry cobbler since her peach cobbler was soooo amazing! And wow, cherry cobbler is a huge hit as well!!!!

  170. 5 stars
    This is excellent and reminds me of my great grandmother’s recipe. Most other recipes online are disappointing and create a biscuit type “crust” that is not satisfying. This recipe creates the chewy, buttery crust I remember from my childhood. Thank you so much for sharing!!!

  171. This turned out good. I think I’d cut back on sugar next time🤔 Just a bit sweeter than I remember as a child when granny made it. Used fresh peaches maybe they were sweeter than I thought.

    1. 5 stars
      So, I had 5 cups of peaches and a whole stick of butter. Also, most importantly, I accidentally forgot about the sugar for the biscuit part until I almost put the peach mixture on top. I read “pour the mixture over the melted butter…. What? How? It’s like a biscuit mixture. What did I miss”. Then I realized it was sugar 🤦‍♀️ That’s vital, so I added it in the pan and stirred it all together along with the melted butter.
      Then I poured the peach mixture over TOP. I added a few minutes to the timer because my oven is old and ridiculous and didn’t get all the way up to 350. But seriously it turned out PERFECTLY! After all that!

  172. 5 stars
    So good!!! The edges were buttery, sweet, and sticky- my favorite part!
    Served warm with ice cream. It won’t last long in my house

  173. 5 stars
    This is the recipe I have been looking for. It is easy and delicious!!
    I used gluten free flour and 1/2 of the sugar and the other 1/2 was sweetener. It was cooked in a glass 13×9 dish.
    The cobbler cooked with the batter rising in patches out of the peaches just like it was supposed to. The flavor is amazing! Thank you for such a wonderful recipe!

  174. 5 stars
    Thank you for this recipe! I had never made a peach cobbler before and, with an excess of ripe peaches, decided to give it a go — so glad I did! It didn’t even last 24 hours, we destroyed it. I blanched the peaches to remove the skin and highly recommend that method.

  175. This recipe is a perfect quick dessert. Used fresh peaches cooking as directed (was a bit worried adding all the peach juice) and it all baked perfectly like the picture in 45 min. I just added a bit of vanilla to the batter. I’ll definitely make it again. The family loved it.

  176. 5 stars
    Easy to make! Tastes great!! Of course I used what my cupboards offered. Whole wheat flour, Stevia in lieu of granulated sugar, cooked it in a cast iron Dutch oven. My flour mixture didn’t bust through so I cooked it 5 minutes longer and it still tastes great. I had more than 5 peaches and I added raisins so I probably had too much weight for the baking powder lolol. I WILL make this again.

    1. 5 stars
      Check the date on your baking powder, which is responsible for the dough rising. Shelf life of bp is 18-24 months from manufacturing date. Mine was old, and my crust did not form properly either. (I was not aware that bp expired until I read it in someone’s comment.)

  177. 1 star
    I uses exact same measurements and my batter never surfaced over peaches like shown in this recipe. Bit disappointing but it still tasted ok.

  178. Delicious! We ate at a diner recently, and peach cobbler was the dessert, but they were out of it, and I’ve been craving it ever cents.

  179. 5 stars
    My 13yr old son wanted Peach Cobbler right? So I said ok here’s a recipe, I’m not helping other than to put in the oven and take out… so it’s done, I take it out of the oven while we finish dinner.
    Ummmm…I am like, son, you’re in trouble!!!
    THE heavans opened up and this is crispy, PEACHY tasting, ooey gooey goodness that I HAD to have seconds.
    Needless to say I am shocked at not only how my 13yr old could make this, but how this is a must have hit moving forward!! SOOOOOO GOOOD!! Move over birthday cake, nothings better than this!

  180. 5 stars
    THIS IS THE BOMB!! Don’t listen to the folks who have no idea what a real cobbler is. It’s supposed to be sweet and if they followed this exactly (I used real peaches) the crust would have come out perfect. If you lessen the sugar it’s not a real Peach Cobbler; it’s just a peach crust pie. If you don’t use the right size pan the crust won’t cook properly. btw- I wish people would review the actual recipe and not give their version of what it should be. Write your own recipe. 🤦🏽‍♀️🙄

    1. I used 2 cans of peaches and followed the recipe as it said. It turned out PERFECT!!! Tastes just like what my grandmother made 50 years ago. Good memories can rushing back while I was eating it.

  181. 4 stars
    Made this yeserday. Came out good except that the center was less baked than the edges. What can be done to make sure it cooks more evenly. Because it needed 1 hr at 350. Otherwise it was good.

    1. Hi,

      You have to know your oven
      1. Maybe turn the pan halfway through. I have to do that with my oven due to cold/hot spots.
      2. You do need to heat the butter before adding the batter
      3. Make sure the pan is the right size, also it could be the difference of a glass or nonstick pan.
      4. Do not change anything about the recipe.

      I only give this advice because I absolutely cannot bake. Zero skills. I have tried many recipes and they never come out like my Grandma’s. This one got rave reviews from the last family gathering we had.

  182. 4 stars
    I loved this recipe as a template because I adjusted the sugar (used less than half because the peaches were sweet on their own.) Also, cut the butter in half and still had a buttery flavor. I used 1/2 cup whole wheat flour and 1/2 cup all purpose flour. The cobbler turn out great and we finished it off so quickly I had to make another batch!

  183. 5 stars
    This recipe was amazing! The sweetness of cooked peaches and the golden crispy baked crust was heavenly. I made it for my dad’s birthday, and my dad, little brother, and I loved it! It was such an easy and quick dessert to make that had the house smelling so good. It was great with vanilla ice cream also🤩

  184. 5 stars
    Excellent. Didn’t add sugar to peaches and didn’t cook. I used French flour and 1/4 c sugar. Very sweet.
    Thank you for the recipe.

  185. 5 stars
    This is a great, easy cobbler recipe. I made it yesterday and it was all eaten within 18 hours. I just made another dish of it because my oldest didn’t grab any before it was eaten up…and I had more peaches. Really delish with fresh from Farmer’s Market Michigan Red Haven peaches. Yum! I read some who felt it was a bread pudding. Maybe not a traditional biscuit topping but in my very Southern roots I do not believe it is a bread pudding! This is saved in my fast, easy, and delicious category!

  186. 5 stars
    This recipe was delicious, simple and came out perfect. My peaches were a little on the tart side and the cobbler recipe worked great. I did add a quarter tsp. of pumpkin spice to the peaches.

  187. 5 stars
    This was my first attempt at Peach Cobbler. The recipe was easy to follow with simple ingredients. It turned out slightly crispy and just the right texture throughout. It tasted amazing!

    1. 4 stars
      Easy quick recipe but I agree with some of the other reviewers that it was far too sweet. Next time I’ll cut the sugar mixed with peaches in half. I used ripe peaches.

  188. I loved the peach cobbler recipe! So easy because I had all the ingredients needed. The peach cobbler was nice and sweet and it came out exactly like your picture!

  189. 5 stars
    I don’t know what those other people did when following this recipe, but this came out PERFECTLY for me. Not watery. Soft and fluffy. The best peach cobbler ever. I didn’t have as many peaches as the recipe called for, so I cut the sugar just a little but I left all the other ingredients exactly as called and followed the recipe to the letter. Perfection. So good. I could eat the entire pan right out of the oven. Love this so much. Can’t wait to make it again and I just pulled it out of the oven.

  190. 1 star
    Agree with others that there is something off with the ratios. The batter is soggy and not fully cooked and it was way too sweet. What a waste of some beautiful peaches 😣

    1. 5 stars
      Is there a chance your baking powder has expired? I had the same results, with gooey dough, and found my baking powder expired a long time ago. Baking powder, which is responsible for the dough rising, only has a shelf life of 18-24 months.

  191. 4 stars
    Like some others, mine tasted great, but it was very gooey. It got more gooey over time, too. I didn’t get the nice layer of crispy dough like in your photo. Either the peaches released too much juice, or the dough needed a bit more flour. I’m going to try with more flour.

    1. Check your expiration date on your baking powder. The shelf life is only about 18-24 months. It is responsible for the dough rising. I found that to be the problem with my dough not rising.

  192. 5 stars
    I just found this recipe and decided to use it bc it was simple to make and we had 7 peaches vs the 5 it calls for, but was able to use all of them. I try to watch the amount of sugar in my baking to help my Hispanic wife ward off Diabetes, so I used some Xylitol with Brown sugar in the peaches and I used All natural Moreno Sugar in the dough. It was quite simple to do and we had all the ingredients we needed already in our cupboard and fridge. I will do a follow-up once we get it in a Bowl with some Whipped Cream and taste it, but really enjoyed how simple it was to make!

  193. Wow so delicious and easy to make! I had peaches I needed to use before they went back and found this recipe that looked simple to make. I cut down on the sugar (halved it) because my peaches were super sweet. The butter really adds to the greatness of this recipe because you can taste it in every bite… It is amazing

  194. 2 stars
    I don’t know where I went wrong but this was the worst cobbler I’ve ever made. It was like the cobbler dough never fully cooked, even after I extended the bake time by a few minutes. Sadly, not my fave.

    1. Same problem here. I found my baking powder to be expired by a few years, and after some research, found the bp only has a shelf life of 18-24 months. I’m gonna try it again, with fresh baking powder!

  195. Made this yesterday and turned out a quite watery. I wonder if due to overripe peaches? The flavor came through though. Maybe next time I will add less sugar too.

  196. 1 star
    This recipe is just not right all around. First off, the peach filling has too much sugar. Second, the flour topping is never put into the pan before the peach filling. It didn’t get golden brown, didn’t rise like a biscuit topping should, and was soggy. Finally, the amount of filling is not nearly enough-I think this recipe is better suited for a 9×9 inch pan rather than a 9×13. I’ll move on to another, more traditional recipe next time.

  197. Hi…Sounds delicious. Want to make but need to confirm if using jars or cans, Do not Drain? Pour contents of can(s) -to make apprx 4 cups? Thank You

  198. 5 stars
    This is so tasty! I ended up using half peaches and half blackberries from our farmers market, and it was a winner. I think it would also be tasty with raspberries, or of course just peaches. Definitely use fresh if available!! Easy recipe!

  199. 5 stars
    What an easy recipe. Was so delighted at the quality of the flavor. My family ate it up quick. Was so yummy over some vanilla ice-cream.

  200. I made this last week. It was sooo good. In fact my husband asked me to make it again this week. He asked if I could make apple too. I used more peaches because mine were kind of small. I also added a dash of vanilla to the batter. The pan was gone within a couple days. Do you have a recipe for apple cobbler?

    1. Wow, we are thrilled to hear you and your husband enjoyed the peach cobbler so much! 🍑 Extra peaches and a dash of vanilla sound like delicious tweaks – I’ll have to give that a try next time I whip it up.

      Absolutely, we have an apple cobbler recipe that’s just as delightful. Here’s the link for you: Hope it’s a hit at your house just like the peach one. Let me know how it turns out!

      1. Yay.. I made the Peach Cobbler. OMG. Everyone loved it. I came back here today to see if you have an Apple Cobbler version. Trying it tonight.

  201. 4 stars
    The recipe is good except that there is way too much sugar in it. The peaches are sweet already and hardly need any more sugar, and the batter only needs half a cup to sweeten.

  202. This is an excellent recipe. I accidentally browned the butter once when I made it by leaving it in the oven for too long, and it turned out better than ever. Now I always brown the butter when I make this. I also reduce the sugar in the peaches to 1/4 cup and it’s plenty sweet. It’s also great to add some blackberries to it.

  203. 5 stars
    This is my go to cobbler recipe! So simple and a crowd pleaser. I find it usually take about 33-35 minutes to bake as things start browning up within that timeframe. I also sub brown sugar for granulated in the peach mixture – I find it adds more depth to the flavor. Love this recipe!

    1. This is the best peach cobbler recipe ever!! made this recipe on August 13th, 2023 as well and thought about swapping out the granulated sugar with brown sugar so thank you for posting. How did it turn out?

  204. 5 stars
    I love this recipe!! I have made it a few times now and it is so yummy 🙂 I’ve also tried swapping the peaches out for blackberries and raspberries which tasted great for a perfectly sweet berry cobbler!! I highly suggest making this recipe!!

  205. Made this last week with fresh picked peaches from the Orchard, it turned out wonderful. Would like to add blueberries this time & brown sugar. Hope it turns out as good.

  206. Curious if I would be able to swap in vegan butter and a non-dairy milk and get the same results? Have you tried that? Recipe sounds so good!

    1. 5 stars
      My boyfriend & I made this tonight completely gluten and dairy free (gluten free flour, vegan butter, oat milk) and it actually turned out surprisingly great. I’d recommend at least trying it!

  207. Hi, this sounds great and I want to make it to bring to friend’s party.
    I have a bag of frozen peaches and want know if I can use it in this recipe.
    (If not I can get the canned ones)

    1. Yes, just allow the peaches to thaw first (taste them, and if they’re not overly sweet, you can add some sugar to them like you would with fresh), and add them, with their juice, on top of the batter.

  208. 5 stars
    I came home from vacation to find the branches of my peach trees just about on the ground, loaded with ripe peaches. I’ve made 9 of these in the last 3 days, taken one to work, passed out to friends & family & kept two at home, lol 😂 This is a great easy recipe & the taste is amazing. I did add a splash of vanilla to the batter & a little cinnamon. Yummy. Also note, I’ve doubled this recipe & divided between 3 8×8″ pans and added 5 min to the cook time. Comes out a little deeper in the pans, worked great! This is one of my go-to’s during peach season! 🍑

  209. 5 stars
    Made this with very ripe fresh Jersey Peaches! Was delicious warm with vanilla ice cream! Yummy

  210. I had a large can of peaches and needed a quick dessert. This recipe was quick, easy and delicious! I’ll make it again for sure!

  211. This is a recipe that I’ve been making all my life. My mom and granny always called it bachelor’s cobbler because it’s so easy to throw together and very impressive for a single guy to make for his girlfriend when he invites her over for dinner

  212. 4 stars
    I love this recipe even more after reducing the sugar. The first time I made it, I thought, “Hmm, somebody has a sweet tooth, and it’s not me!” I read the reviews to reduce sugar, so the next time I was less generous – 1/2c w/ peaches, 3/4c in dough. Still too sweet with my homemade vanilla ice cream. The perfect ratio for my taste buds: 1/3c brown sugar in peaches, 1/2c white in dough. While not like my Southern born mom’s – made with fresh peaches from our tree – it is an easy, perfect substitute!

  213. I would never be called a baker. I used canned peaches and this turned out perfect! I didn’t make any adjustments, just topped with salted caramel ice cream. It was huge success.

    1. 5 stars
      This recipe is amazing and easily the best recipe I’ve found. I would like to know how you would suggest converting it for blackberries though. I don’t much care for peach cobbler but can eat an entire pan of blackberry!

  214. 5 stars
    this is honestly so good. my family is not the biggest fan of cinnamon but loved it. and I’ve been baking for so long, so I’m surprised it turned out so good. also, it was amazing when I substituted all the white sugar for brown, really made the carmalization difference. Amazing!

    1. 5 stars
      This peach cobbler recipe is incredible! I read the reviews, and I didn’t think the recipe was too sweet. But I did use real peaches instead of canned (which is where I could see much of the sweetness coming from). I used six instead of five peaches, and it turned out just perfect. I did add a splash of vanilla to my peach mixture as well. I also baked the batter in the pan without the peaches first, for about 2-3 minutes and then added the peaches. I cannot stress it enough – this peach cobbler is a crowd pleaser!! I served it for my mom’s birthday and no crumbs were left. Everyone loved it! Even the toughest critic at party had nothing to critique.

  215. 1 star
    I don’t know why this is the highest rated peach cobbler on the internet. The crust is not fluffy. It is like hardened butter/flour. It’s not what a cobbler crust is supposed to be like. I have had others that are much better.

    1. 5 stars
      Sounds like your baking powder might have gone off. Also, ensure you are using baking powder and not baking soda. There is nothing wrong with this recipe. I just made it as written and it turned out great.

      1. Thanks for the comment about baking powder. My research found bp only has a shelf life of 18-24 months. Expired bp prevents the dough from rising. Am tossing the old bp and making this again. Even with doughy crust, this recipe is wonderful!

    2. 5 stars
      I had that experience when I used expired/ non active baking powder. Ensure your baking powder is still active and don’t over mix the batter. Hope this helps

      1. Thanks for the comment. I think this is my problem with gooey dough. Never knew baking powder expired, but mine was old. Trying again, with fresh bp.

  216. 5 stars
    I just put mine in to the oven but it already smells delicious.
    Your recipe is a bit confusing fit me because it only calls for 1 cup sugar and 1/4tsp of salt. In your instructions you mentioned twice sugar and salt. Once on the peaches and farther down in the batter. So I took it as to use the amount twice. Which is what I did. I hope that is what you meant. I follow recipes to the T so I hope it comes out good.

  217. 5 stars
    The cinnamon part threw me bc of course I never read til the end where it said sprinkle w cinnamon. I added some to the batter which was just as tasty! My mom just about licked the plate!

  218. 5 stars
    Made this for our church lunch, I barely got any!! I did add some cinnamon a splash of vanilla and just a dash of cloves while the peaches cooked. I had to use frozen peaches but it was still wonderful served with icecream. I did put it under the broiler at the end for just a minute to crisp up the center of the cobbler.

  219. 5 stars
    I made this recipe, and it was easy and delicious. I did cut back on the sugar in the peaches and the crust. It was perfect.

  220. 5 stars
    My wife commented the other day that she would like to try a real peach cobbler. I found this recipe online and thought I would give it a shot. It was amazing. Not only was it delicious it was super easy to make. All three generations at the table loved it. I’ll be making this again.

  221. I love this recipe, it’s my go-to for peach cobbler! I do admit to changing things up a bit it in, like adding a splash of vanilla to both the peaches and the batter. I also substitute some of the sugar in the peaches for brown sugar and add the cinnamon while cooking them to add more depth. I also leave the butter in the oven long enough to make it brown butter, because that adds a lot of flavor!! I personally don’t think its too sweet, it pairs great with icecream or just by itselfz!

    1. Ohh!!! I’m making this as I type and the brown butter is gonna have to be the way to go!! I also used brown sugar and did the same as you with the peaches and added a smidge of cloves… oh it smells SO GOOD!!! Thanks for the tips!

  222. 5 stars
    EXCELLENT and so easy. I left skins on my peaches and was perfect and less work. Will make it again & again!

  223. 1 star
    1. This was waaay too sweet!!!
    2. How can a recipe for 5 peaches or one for 12 peaches still both be 4 cups, all using a 9×13” pan!?
    I’ll not make it again.

  224. Very disappointed in this recipe. Thought I’d try a ‘spoon peaches over batter’ method since there are many such recipes online but be warned this is not going to be a crisp crust like pie crust cobbler. In fact 4C of peaches and 1C of flour and sugar results in a spongey, gooey offering that is just mush. You’d be better off putting a store-bought frozen pie crust on top of the fruit. Maybe my idea of cobbler is different than others’ but next time I’ll make a dough, not batter for this dish.

    1. I’ve lived and grown up in the south my whole entire life. The best peach cobbler is the “soggy” kind. Some people have crispy crusts; but that’s not a cobbler.

  225. Possibly the best peach cobbler I’ve ever had. I see a lot of reviews talking about they changed this, or changed that, and then complain because it didn’t turn out exactly right. I followed the recipe to the letter, and it was absolutely amazing. I wouldn’t change a thing.

  226. 5 stars
    Thanks, Lauren! This is a quick and easy recipe with dee-licious results! I love it and so does my husband! We added a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream too! Will be making it soon when our son comes for a visit in mid August! 💗🍑

  227. 5 stars
    Delish…served it with ice cream and whipped cream. Both were a hit. I will be making it again for sure.

  228. 5 stars
    I haven’t had a proper cobbler since childhood and landed on this one because it was like I remembered except the family cobblers failed a bit, with only half the batter rising to the top. I still ate them because I’m weird and added half & half because that’s how I like it.

    I didn’t find this too sweet but I have a very sweet tooth. I like desserts that make my teeth hurt, hehe. I also like this recipe because the method she used for peeling the peaches was how I did it when I worked at Marie Callendar’s making fresh peach pies. I reminisced, I guess.

    One change I’d make is more spice because I like slap you face flavors. Otherwise nothing else to change on this recipe. Thanks for the memories!

  229. 4 stars
    Waaay too sweet ! I already halved the amount of sugar in peaches .. and still too much ! I had very sweet peaches however ..
    Also added 1/4 tsp of nutmeg that I somehow remembered from other recipes .

  230. My hubby and I thought it was too sweet and I would cut down on the sugar in the crust especially. We also added ice cream which made it even sweeter.

  231. 5 stars
    OMG, this is the best. I used frozen peaches and took it to a church gathering. Everyone loved it and I came home with an empty dish. Thank you for your recipes.

    1. 4 stars
      Adjust the sugar according to how sweet your peaches are, mine weren’t quite ripe so the amount of sugar was fine. If you have ripe peaches they’ll be sweeter and need less sugar, also way too much butter. I would probably use half the amount next time I make this, once the cobbler cooled you could feel the butter coating your mouth in a film. Also ended up giving me serious acid reflux so if you also have heartburn problems just be aware.

  232. 5 stars
    I made this by now probably like more than 10 times… a couple of things: Bake it longer… Or even broil it towrds the end to get nice crips top… Second, use 1/3 of the total recommended sugar. Its waay to sweet. thinking the sugar also comes from fruits… Also if you wanna add ice cream on top just imagine.but otherwise very easy, delicious recipe. TY!

  233. 5 stars
    Easy recipe. First foray into the cobbler universe. Used fresh peaches and followed the recipe to the letter.
    Results were delicious, the crowd is clamoring for more.

  234. 5 stars
    My first ever peach cobbler and it was a hit! I actually made 3 in one night and added a cup of rhubarb to one of them and it was amazing!!!! I also added the cinnamon to the flour mixture by mistake and then made all of them that way.

  235. Didn’t work for me. I did add less sugar because I knew it would be too sweet. I always use less sugar in recipes and have no problem. I think it’s way too much milk, too runny and never did set.

  236. 5 stars
    I made this fruit cobbler today for my in-laws using leftover fruit from the freezer and Del Monte fruit cups, and they absolutely loved it! Thanks for sharing this recipe with us because it tasted wonderful.

  237. 3 stars
    Just finished eating this after following the directions exactly. It is far too sweet. With the oven already preheated at 350, it did not give a crispy enough crust with 38-40 minutes. It was soggy on the bottom and could taste the flour.

  238. 5 stars
    Wow! This recipe is everything you want in a peach cobbler! It’s DELICIOUS! Buttery and wonderful. My husband was “yum yum yumming” the whole time he ate it! He is a peach cobbler lover and he told me this is the recipe I should forever use! Thank you!

  239. 5 stars
    Make this recipe every summer and it is a hit!

    Question: can I prep and cook the peaches ahead of time and freeze?

    Trying to cut down on the prep time the day of.


  240. 3 stars
    Easy to make but maybe add less sugar. It was very sweet and white peaches may just be sweeter than the yellow ones.

    1. 5 stars
      This recipe was so simple & so good. I was gifted a case of fresh peaches at a farm in southern NJ & immediately thought of peach cobbler. In this instance, I substituted regular milk with coconut milk & regularsugar with Monk fruit sugar. I’m so happy that I found this recipe!

  241. 5 stars
    My husband and I love this! Followed recipe, cooked 40 min and it turned out perfect! Can’t wait to serve at holiday to my family! Thanks so much for a scratch recipe!

  242. Easy and delicious! All the ingredients are pantry staples so no trip to the store for special ingredients. The first one was so good I immediately made another one to share!

  243. 5 stars
    My entire house smells amazing!! I haven’t tasted it yet but I can’t wait too! Looks delicious though! Definitely will be adding this recipe to a recipe card and making it more often!

  244. 4 stars
    Easy recipe, wonderful smelling home. Haven’t taken a bite yet, looks a tiny bit doughy in the middle but I would say it’s just shy on being done. Cooked for 42 mins- added 1/4 cup brown sugar, only 1/2 white sugar. Canned peaches (forgot to save the juice)

    All in all- my house smells great and everyone’s mouths are watering!