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. I love this recipe and use it with many different fruits. When I use peaches I make it almost exactly the same, I just add fresh peaches, not adding the extra sugar or cook time and it turns out DELICIOUS! Yumm. . . now I’ve got to head to the store for some peaches. . .

      1. 5 stars
        You can leave it out of the first step with the fruit, but you will need a sugar substitute for the batter to turn out correctly. Not sure if you have used any of them, but coconut sugar is very good.

  2. 5 stars
    You have me making new potato and peas, again, always loved it. And I’d forgotten oatmeal cake. Yummy! Thank you.

  3. 5 stars
    This is the second recipe I’ve tried from your blog and I can’t decide which one is my favorite. Either this one or your German cake recipe. I’m definitely a fan!!!
    I followed this recipe to the T except I used a 9 in pie dish since that’s all I had. I used the same amount of baking time. I could’ve cooked a few minutes longer since the pan I used was very deep and smaller than what the recipe called for. It was great with fresh peaches and vanilla bean ice cream! I almost ate half of the dish before anyone else had a bite 🙁
    I can’t wait to try more of your recipes ! Thank you for sharing!!! ♡

    1. I’m so happy you found me, and thrilled you enjoyed the German chocolate cake and the peach cobbler! Thanks for you comment, and I hope you get to try more recipes soon <3

  4. 5 stars
    This peach cobbler was absolutely divine! I was really surprised how easy it was to. Thank you for the great instructions and recipe.

  5. 5 stars
    Thank you, this peach cobbler was very good. The topping was almost like a cake but with a little crispier outside. It was delicious. My new favorite recipe.

  6. 5 stars
    This recipe is AMAZING! I have made it a few time now with fresh peaches and canned peaches – it turns out great both ways! Fast, easy, and delicious!

    1. I didn’t see the part of the recipe that refers to the topping. The recipe says to pour peaches over the flour mixture but the pic has a topping over peaches. Please tell me if I overlooked a step and where it is

      1. Hi Ria, you do pour the peaches and juice over the batter (photo on the left) and then as it bakes, the batter will rise up and around the peaches (photo on the right).

  7. 5 stars
    Thank you, thank you, thank you! This is one of my husband’s favorite desserts and I haven’t really found a “winner” recipe…until now! I really appreciate the detailed instructions and the photo images as they make it so easy to follow and understand. My husband told me to save and print this recipe, which I take as a total win. Thank you for sharing!

  8. This is a classic in my house. My grandmother always called this the cuppa,cuppa,cuppa. I use self rising flour in mine and the taste is the same.

  9. I had to substitute milk with almond milk. It altered the flavor of course, made it a metallic bitter.

    1. This too happened to me. Some things I suspect…let the peaches sit too long before baking, using a stoneware dish and using too many peaches. Those are the only variances. It rose really high on the edges and my baking powder has been used a lot lately. I’m leaning towards the baking dish. Metal is smarter.

    1. Hi Barb–see my note below the recipe. Substitute 1 quart jar of peaches, undrained, for the fresh peaches, sugar and salt (first three ingredients)

  10. Good taste but wasaaay too much butter. There were pools of melted butter when it was finished baking and it tasted like….well….butter. It overwhelmed the peaches. I also cut the sugar in half and it was very sweet.

    1. Hi Liz, there definitely shouldn’t have been pools of butter after it finished baking–something went wrong there.

  11. 5 stars
    I just baked this cobbler because we bought more peaches than the family needed. It was awesome!!! Everyone loved it.

  12. 5 stars
    This recipe was easy, simple ingredients and fabulous results. Sooo tasty! My son googled for a cobbler recipe and handed me this: what a treasure find! We ate it warm then cold the next morning: delicious both ways and times. Kept well in the fridge for two days… not that it should have stuck around that long but we had few mouths to feed. Enjoyed to the last bite! I will definitely be hanging on to this recipe for future cobblers: thank you!

    1. Thank you for sharing Amie! I’m so happy you loved it, and I’m glad you found my site! I hope you get to try more recipes here soon 🙂

  13. I’m a pretty good Baker but never made cobbler. I just put this in the oven and for some reason, it looked like I made peach soup! The batter just mixed right in with the butter and the peaches and juice just seemed to mix in with that! Eek! Is that normal? Hopefully it will turn out ok!

    1. Hi Angela, It will look like a big sloppy mixture when you put it in the oven, but as it bakes the batter will envelope the peaches and form a nice cake-like crust. Enjoy!

  14. 5 stars
    I bought a flat of Carolina peaches at one of the big box stores last weekend, and no one else in the house was eating them. I still had five of them in the fridge this morning, so I decided to use them in a cobbler. This recipe popped up at the top of the list when I searched online and it had good ratings, so I decided to give it a try. I went to the kitchen, cranked up some old-school Aerosmith, and got to work. When the cobbler went into the oven, I switched the tunes to some Rick Astley (ugh!!) for my wife while I ran out to buy some vanilla ice cream. We had the cobbler for dessert tonight and dang was it good!! And the crispy topping at the edges made it even better. I will definitely be using this recipe again. Thank you for sharing it, Lauren.

  15. 4 stars
    I’ve been trying to recreate some memories of living in the US and this cobbler recipe is a big help. The consistency is perfect. The peach pealing trick is clever and really works. My first attempt did not get applause, but the reason became obvious and my second attempt will probably be spot on. Go easy the sugar. I would drop the filling sugar to a half cup, and if the peaches are sweet (mine were not), less than a half cup. The dough sugar can also be cut to a half cup.

  16. 4 stars
    First time trying a cobbler recipe and I too was confused that the batter is on the base and peaches over the batter, but I figured from your after pic that the batter rises to the top and forms a crust. The flavors were delicious, although I too think I will cut back on the sugars. My oven also bakes a bit too hot, so I need to cut back on the time some, the crust was a bit too brown, but good nonetheless. My only “fail” was that I put it in a 9×9 square pan. That made the batter thicker on the base, and I am finding that all the batter didn’t bake? It seems I have slight traces of batter mixed with the peach mixture. Is the batter supposed to all be cake-like, top and bottom? Or is what I am seeing normal? It seems a bit runny and again I’m wondering if the shortened pan is the culprit. I will have to check your other recipes. I’m a better cook than baker, and it’s hard for me to follow directions, I improvise when I cook, and you just can’t do that when baking! I’ll definitely try this again with any additional tips you can share.

    1. Hi Ann, I think the main problem that happened here is baking this volume of cobbler batter in a 9×9 square pan–it just wont bake the same or correctly. Hope you get to try again 🙂

  17. 5 stars
    I am a 79 yr old who’s hobby is baking. Being not so happy with my current peach cobbler recipe, I searched the ‘net and tripped over your site.
    Since everything I make is from “scratch” your site intrigued me. This recipe is just like I remember from my childhood; absolutely perfect! Thank you so very much.

  18. 4 stars
    I’m not a baker and found this easy peasy to make with my peaches! As my hubby prepared dinner, I prepped everything so that it would go in the oven after dinner was made, by having the peach mixture aside, butter pats in dish and milk separated from dry mix to add when ready to make. Being a little short of peaches, I added in one green apple to the mix. Two comments: (1) the blanching for easy peel did not work for me. perhaps the peaches needed longer time in boiling water being cold from fridge? I ended up using a peeler. (2) this recipe calls for WAY TOO much suger (part of the obesity problem we have!). I only used 1/2 cup (instead of 3/4c) for the peaches and 3/4 cup (instead of 1 cup) for the batter, and it was still TOO sweet. Next time I will try 1/3 of what the recipe calls for. I paired this with Nonfat Frozen Yogurt.

  19. 5 stars
    Amazing!! Family loved it. My first time making and made it with fresh orchard peaches. Quick and easy recipe to follow. Will be my go to.

  20. 4 stars
    A friend made this (who does not bake) and it was FANTASTIC. So…being the “baker” that I am, with plenty of fresh peaches, I wanted to try…and mine was a DISASTER! (Tasted good, but a mess!) I followed the recipe exactly – which I always do the first time. Cook time said 38 to 40 minutes. I checked at 30 minutes and the top was nearly burnt and VERY brown. So I pulled out of the over not realizing that the center was still goopy and raw under the dark brown top. Only thing I can figure is the altitude. We are at 4000 feet. Could that have been the issue? Maybe less temp and more time? I usually don’t have to adjust for altitude. Any advice would be appreciated.

    1. Hi Andrea, I’m so sorry it didn’t turn out as well as your friends. I definitely shouldn’t have been cooked through in just 30 minutes… my best guess would be that your oven calibration may off? It’s hard for me to know what went wrong, with little insight into your process of making it. My elevation is 1500 ft, and it works perfect for me. I grew up at 7,000 ft elevation and this is the recipe we used living there too. Are you sure you were baking it at 350 degrees? What kind of pan did you use?

      1. 5 stars
        Sounds to me that either the temperature wasn’t correct or more likely the oven wasn’t pre-heated.

  21. 5 stars
    Thank you for an absolutely awesome recipe, Lauren! This was my first attempt ever to make a peach cobbler and it came out just perfect! Beyond delicious, wow! Will def be adding this to my recipe collection.

  22. I would like to make this and freeze it for my son’s September birthday. Will this freeze well and what suggestions would you give for reheating from its frozen state? Thank you for your recipe and time in answering my question.

    1. I have not tried freezing this recipe. I don’t think I’d recommend it. However, you could freeze your peaches and then make recipe with them.

  23. 5 stars
    This recipe is incredible. We use canned peaches, as its quicker, and it tastes amazing! I would highly recommend this!

    1. Thanks Kristen! I haven’t tried freezing this (I personally think it would be best made fresh) but I’d love to hear if you do try it 🙂

  24. 1 star
    this was a disaster. too sweet, cake did not rise correctly, turned gummy and tasted grainy. what a waste of fresh peaches.

  25. 5 stars
    This was delicious! I don’t peel my peaches because they are thin skinned. My mother (age 93) loved it too, she said it reminds her of an old recipe she had called ‘busy day pie’. Thanks for posting!!

  26. The sugar ratio was way to much. My granddaughter made it and didn’t realize that 1 cup. of sugar to 1 cup of flour was way to much. It should have been 1/4 cup of sugar or less. And the sugar in the peaches was way to much also. The batter was funny to. Had to add more flour but we still had to throw it out after baking. Worst recipe ever!

  27. 5 stars
    I managed to kick my grandmother out of the kitchen to let me have some wind-down time with the excuse of this recipe… Then, of course, I realized I’d forgotten the salt about fifteen minutes into baking. It still came out very nice, but I was kicking myself for half an hour or so. Goes great with ice cream.

    I appreciate the reminder that peaches can be poached for peeling, or I’d have spent who knows how long with the little paring knife, whittling away at them.

  28. 5 stars
    Just made this for our dessert tonight, but, of course, I had to try a small sample of it before I could serve it to the family! Since my peaches were very sweet, I took the advice of some others and reduced the amount of sugar in both the peaches and the topping. It tastes divine! I’ve bookmarked this page and will definitely be making it again. Yum!

  29. 5 stars
    I just made this for dessert tonight and, of course, I had to taste a sample first before serving it to my family. I took the advice of some others and, since my peaches were very sweet (I used fresh), reduced the sugar in the peaches and the topping. It is delicious! I’ve bookmarked the page and will definitely be making it again. Yum!

  30. 5 stars
    I just made this last night. Wow, it’s so delicious! I didn’t have milk, so used equivalent whipping cream so the dough was thick and not spreadable. I just did the best I could to cover the butter and it worked great! I’ve been looking for a “keeper” cobbler recipe and this is it. Thanks!

  31. 5 stars
    I made this today for the first time. It was delicious! Even my husband who doesn’t like peaches thought it was yummy. Thank you!

    1. I don’t usually comment about recipes however I made this peach cobbler this evening only changed one thing I added a bit of vanilla to to the batter. It was amazing! Absolutely delicious! Fantastic recipe. Thank you for posting it. Looking forward to trying some of your other recipes. Thank you!

  32. 5 stars
    One of the family’s all-time favorites! We always cook late August, early September when the peaches are ripe. This is for PA, of course.
    Very simple recipe, ingredients are easy to come by, preparation is simple and efficient, result is just fantastic! Searing the peaches in sugar prior to cooking really makes a huge difference in the final dish! Great cooking and eating.

  33. 4 stars
    I’ve tried the peach cobbler twice. I’m using a round casserole and with one cup of flower it wouldn’t set up. (well, it did set up but after cooking for like an hour) The second time I made it, I used 3/4 cup more flour and it was perfect.

    1. Wish I had read reviews before making. Cobbler recipe was very wet, like regular cake batter. I double and triple checked the recipe to make sure I had it right. Next time I will add more flour.

  34. Just made this recipe the best cobbler??????did have more peaches ? in pan but that just made it better ❤️❤️❤️I also used bisquick for topping everyone will Luv it

        1. 5 stars
          Now that is really rude! To bake from scratch is so much better! Did you even try this recipe LuLu? It is amazing!!!

  35. 4 stars
    Really great, made it for my wife and daughter today. Instead of the ice cream we had some cream cheese icing from some cupcakes we made earlier in the week. Added that on top and it was all delicious.

  36. 5 stars
    I just made this exactly as written and its YUMMY! ..and easy to make! I think it would work with less melted butter in the 9X13 pan and a few more peaches. Cooking them first is a key step. I’ve never found a cobbler recipe that I really liked– this one is a keeper

  37. This is the kind of fruit on top cobbler I grew up with. Have you ever used light brown sugar? I wonder if that would work.

    1. 5 stars
      I used 1/4 cup brown sugar for the fruit and the batter each. Used sucrolose for the remaining sugar ingredient. Made one with peaches and was awesome. The edges were crunchy and the cobbler had a nutty flavor. Tonight I am using red rasberries, blackberries and blueberries. It is in the oven now. Looking forward to another great treat.

  38. 5 stars
    Great recipe as-is! I used fresh peaches and just cut off the skin. The end result is amazing you can’t stop eating it!

  39. I followed the directions and my cobbler looks nothing like yours. The peaches are on the top and the batter has not come through. My reunion is now spoiled because it is too late to make another dessert. You are rated a zero. Thank goodness the grocery store is open.

    1. 5 stars
      I would guess your baking powder was old. I had a similar issue with my first batch (though it was still delicious) saw my baking powder was old. Made again with fresh and it came out correct. No need to leave rude comments to the author, this recipe is amazing!!

    2. Wow Rude. You never know how something will turn out until you try it. If it was so important you should have stuck to a tried and true recipe, not a new one. And since most the others on here turned out, you should double check your measurements next time.

    3. 5 stars
      To blame a dessert on spoiling your reunion is literally the lamest thing I’ve ever heard. I’m 100% positive that nobody cared what you showed up with. And you waited till the last minute to make this and for some reason which I’m still baffled by it not working for you but for so many others. Maybe you failed?

  40. 5 stars
    Tred this with some recently picked peaches from a local farm. It was a delicious recepie and easy to make, peeling the peaches was challenging, but so well worth it

    1. 5 stars
      I have just finished making this cobbler for the 2nd time! It’s our new favorite! Thanks for sharing, Lauren Allen! ?

  41. 5 stars
    Thank you for this recipe! I tweaked it a little bit. Instead of white sugar, I cooked the peaches with the same amount (3/4 cup) of brown sugar. I added 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract and 1/2 teaspoon apple pie spice to the Peaches. I also added 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract to the batter. Instead of sprinkling the top with cinnamon, I sprinkled it with Apple pie spice. Five minutes before the end of the baking time I sprinkled the top lightly with turbinado sugar to add a little bit of crunch. It turned out delicious!

  42. 5 stars
    At first I didn’t like how fluffy the crust seemed so I almost overcooked it. But once you let it cool, it slightly hardens. And my oh my is it delicious. I am gonna get myself in trouble if I don’t stop eating it!

  43. 5 stars
    I left out the cinnamon. Other than that, it is easy, fast and FABULOUS. I’ve been making peach cobbler for years and this is not only one of the very best, but my new go-to cobbler. Take a bow, Lauren!

  44. 5 stars
    Amazing! I made this peach cobbler today, and it was absolutely delicious! I would recommend that everyone follow the directions, use the exact proportions in the recipe and you will have an amazing dessert! I will be making this again and again! Thank you!

  45. 5 stars
    So glad I tried this recipe instead of the dozens of other ones online. Tried it tonight, it was terrific. The peaches that I had to work with had some spots that I cut off, and they were very firm and not totally ripe. So I added them to a pot, covered them with water, and then cooked them on high until the water was boiling. Then I put the large peach chunks in an ice bath, and removed the skins. And then followed the recipe exactly. Everything was great, I love how the edges caramelize.

  46. I just made this today and it was delicious. I used five farm fresh peaches and I also added 1/4 teaspoon of vanilla and for the cobbler dough I used half a cup of granulated white sugar and half a cup of brown sugar. Did exactly what the recipe said otherwise and it turned out PERFECT. It was absolutely delicious, everyone loved it. Super easy and yummy thank you for the recipe!

  47. 5 stars
    Fabulous. Looking for a quick dessert because my eight year old son peeled a bunch of peaches and I did not want to get out the mixer or soften butter. This was perfect. I subbed in (a little extra) buttermilk for the milk and only added a small pinch of sugar to the peaches (there were also a few extra peaches thrown in because we love fresh peaches). It was dead easy and superb – it made lots and we were still all fighting over it!!

  48. 4 stars
    This was easy and delicious. I didn’t peel the peaches, used only 1/4 cup of sugar and just warmed them to the point of melting the sugar granules. Then I made the mistake of putting the peaches on top of the butter and spreading the batter on top of the peaches! A lucky mistake. It cooked perfectly in 38 minutes and was sweet and rich. Topped with vanilla scoop.

  49. Just made the recipe and I am very happy with it. Never made cobbler before, only crisps and I have to say I like the cobbler as much as a crisp. I also made the batter with cashew milk instead of regular milk and it was nutty and tasty. Also added a teaspoon of mexican vanilla to the batter.

    The only question I have is: is the bottom (the fruit and some mixture) supposed to be loose or is the whole thing supposed to be like a cake? I am wondering whether what I am enjoying is underbaked.

  50. Luz Nares says,

    Thank you for this wonderful dessert!!
    Prepared with fresh peaches and it turned out amazing!!

  51. Loved this recipe! I just found it too sweet, but I’m a bit sensitive to overly sweet things. I plan on reducing the sugar in both the peaches and batter portion. Do you recommend this or any alternatives to reduce the sweetness level?

  52. 5 stars
    My husband loved it! I added 1/4 teaspoon of vanilla and 1/2 cup brown sugar of the 1 cup of sugar to the peaches. And 1/4 teaspoon vanilla to the batter . Delicious

    1. I think you can add less sugar to the batter, it may not brown as well or have a crispy top but I’m sure it will taste fine.

  53. 5 stars
    My neighbor gave us a whole bucket of peaches. We couldn’t eat them fast enough, so I took 12 peaches and tried to follow your directions. It was pretty tricky plus I discovered there wasn’t quite enough sugar, but it still turned out good. I cooked the cobbler in three pans so I can share with others. Your system for removing peach peels was amazing!
    Thanks Lauren!

  54. Hi! Can I get the measurements in grams in the next say 16 hours? Thinking of making this tomorrow and rhe recipe on yiur site seems good. Much appreciated!

  55. Darn it! I wanted to love this cobbler recipe. I was hoping it would be more cakey, but mine came out very gooey, more like a crisp. It was way too sweet and I recommend omitting the additional salt if you use salted butter.

  56. 2 stars
    My peaches must have been too juicy because the cobbler was too wet and the batter did not rise above the peaches in very many places. I followed the recipe exactly, but did question if I should add the juice that cooked out from the peaches-recipe said to add juice, will not next time.

  57. 5 stars
    Excited to try for a cookout we are attending! If using frozen organic peaches should we skip first two steps also as you mentioned for canned? Thanks!!!

    1. I think you should treat peaches as if they were fresh and peeled.
      Following step 1, Still add the sugar and heat them to dislove sugar and create the juice needed for cobbler.

  58. 5 stars
    I have never seen a dessert disappear so fast!! My family love it and has asked for a repeat. Used fresh peaches & followed the directions to a T. Easy & delicious!

  59. 5 stars
    Made this an hour ago, followed the recipe exact… we loved it!!! Peaches are wonderful. The pastry was light and absolutely delicious. I wouldn’t change a thing. Lauren with dozens, probably hundreds, of recipes out there I chose yours cause it reminded me the most of my mothers. Thanks!!! Will be making again.

  60. 5 stars
    My Mom made this cobbler type when she was in a hurry. We have always called it a cupa, cupa, cupa…Cobbler, for obvious reasons. LOL. The only real difference is we always use a black iron skillet to bake ours in. It just “don’t feel right” without baking it in a skillet! Also, you can replace the peaches with any fruit you want or like. I like your blog.

  61. 5 stars
    Thank you for the easy recipe! End of the month and a few items in the kitchen, out of cereal for breakfast and got to make this instead! We used dollops of mango jam rather than peaches (didn’t have them), added an egg for extra nutrients, and used water + cornstarch rather than milk (out of that too). Smells fantastic! A super recipe with lots of options! Melted butter in the pan makes all the difference!

  62. 5 stars
    I made this cobbler for my family last Sunday and it was a hit, kids ate two helpings!! Was such a hit I’m making it again today. I did add one more peach, used beautiful fresh ones off my sons neighbors tree. Easy recipe and so good????

  63. 4 stars
    I had wanted to bake a peach cobbler for some time, but never found a recipe that I thought was noteworthy until this recipe. I only had 4 peaches and after peeling them, discovered that one of them was not any good. So, I baked a smaller cobbler.
    Thanks for the tip on how to easily peel the peaches. It was so helpful and made peeling the peaches very easy. I could tell that the peach filling was going to be delicious because it smelled great and exactly the way the filling should smell. I was pleasantly surprised at how the crust quickly expanded and then settled once the cobbler began to cool.
    The peach cobbler came out well. It was not too sweet and the filling was just enough for the amount of crust. Thank you for sharing.

  64. 5 stars
    Okay, this is really, really good! I had some peaches that I had gotten at Costco that were not very good, kinda mealy, and I was torn between returning them and throwing them out. Instead I tried to save a bad investment and made this cobbler. It was different enough to spark my interest. I used an extra peach or two (?) and because they were dry added a little orange juice and zest. And I checked to make sure my baking powder was fresh as recommended. I have had two bites and was burning my mouth because I couldn’t stop eating it, so I came in to write this review. NUM!

  65. 5 stars
    Just made this today. I wish I could post a picture! Two changes; I added one more peach and a teaspoon of Mexican vanilla to the peaches. Came out perfect. My house smells wonderful. Thanks for the recipe.

  66. 5 stars
    My whole family loved the peach cobbler recipe and it did not last long. I am about to make it for the 3 rd time it is so easy to do. I have only used fresh peaches but come Winter I will use frozen.

  67. 5 stars
    Made this following your recipe exactly and it was a HUGE hit for my husband’s birthday. He requested “PEACH COBBLER” which I had never made, so I tried your recipe and I am so glad I did! Since then I have made it several times, as peaches are still in season around here. One time I was in a big hurry, so didn’t peel the peaches, and honestly it was just fine, with a bit of added color from the peel. Another time I added in a few plums, which added even more fun color and flavor. You have a winning recipe here, thanks for sharing!

  68. 5 stars
    I just made my second one! The first one was incredible! We just couldn’t get enough. I had never made a cobbler before (I was very proud, lol) but my mom used to and I remember loving it. I took some to my sister the next day (being so proud) and they also loved it! I told her about this awesome recipe I had found. She said, (in that older sister tone of voice!) “that sounds just like Mom’s recipe. I can’t believe you haven’t ever made it?” So, I looked at Mom’s recipes and sure enough, it was the same recipe design with a couple of changes in the amounts. I love that!!
    One thing for sure that was missing from her recipe was the amount of baking powder. Hers only called for 1/2 teaspoon. I think your recipe set up a lot better! It’s a keeper for sure. I’m freezing peaches so we can have some this winter. Thank you!

    1. I’m so happy you found me and have enjoyed the cobbler so much! And especially happy it reminds you of your mom’s. Thanks for your nice comment.

  69. 5 stars
    Totally Yummy! I did the baking soda option and added 1/4 tsp. almond extract to the dough. Easy and the family gobbled it all up.

  70. 5 stars
    I made this recipe to the “T” but my batter was thin and watery. When i put the peaches in there’s dish, they definitely did not sit on top of batter. What happened?

    1. So sorry it didn’t turn out. It sounds like something happened during prepping the batter–it definitely should not be watery. It’s hard for me to know what went wrong since I wasn’t in there….

  71. 5 stars
    I made this, exactly as the recipe stated (using fresh peaches) and it turned out beautifully! Thank you for sharing such an enjoyable recipe!

  72. 5 stars
    I made this in our church kitchen for our Ladies Aid meeting today while I decorated the tables. It smelled so good in the basement! Your recipe is the best Peach Cobbler I have ever made!!! ***** Rating from me and all the other ladies as well. The compliments kept coming and one lady wanted the recipe. Since I brought it along I just gave it to her as I could print more at home. I served it a la mode with French Vanilla Ice Cream. Mmmm! Thanks for sharing it with everyone. Delish!

  73. 5 stars
    I made this recipe tonight and I followed it with no modifications using peaches I canned last year. I didn’t know if I should use that much of the syrup the peaches were in so I used part of it vs all of it. My cobbler was amazing!! Thanks for a great recipe!!

    1. My mom made it from scratch so much I fell in love with it that my favorite dish I thank u for the ingredients I will save it I’m going to make one next Sunday thank u

  74. Hi Lauren,

    I would like to make this for my Thanksgiving event and would like to double the recipe. Do you think it will be fine or are there any modifications for doubling the recipe?

    1. Hi Lily Lynn, that’s fine if you cook the recipe in two separate 9×13” pans. I worry the volume of the doubled recipe may be too much for one pan to handle. Otherwise you could buy one of those deeper aluminum (disposable) pans and cook it in that? It would probably take at least 10 minutes longer, or more to cook.

  75. I want to make this for a Thanksgiving gathering but need to double the recipe. Do I need to make any modifications to the recipe for doubling and would I need to increase the bake time? Can’t wait to try!

    1. I’m assuming you will cook it in two separate pans? (A double batch would probably overflow if all added to one 9×13” pan.)

  76. I’m making this for Thanksgiving for 18 people do I use all the juice from the can peaches? First time baking from scratch I I’m good cook but not a baker. Very nervous want to make a good impression. Thanks

    1. Hi Marta, for this recipe you would substitute one quart jar of canned peaches, undrained (so yes, use all of the juice from the can 🙂 ). This recipe makes about 9 servings. Hope everyone loves it!

        1. Hi Mary,
          You can omit the 3/4 cup sugar and salt that soaks with the peaches but I would keep the sugar in that batter!

          1. Are you using canned peaches? If using canned peaches I wouldn’t cook them again in the saucepan with more sugar.

  77. 5 stars
    How would I make this to where the dough would be Krispy, so it would be still a cobbler but mixed with crisp?

    1. Hi Sasha,
      It will be difficult to make the topping crispy, this recipe is intended to be more of a bready cobbler. I have a peach crisp recipe that you may enjoy!

  78. 5 stars
    Laura, this is the best Peace Cobbler I’ve ever made, my husband of 54yrs said it was the best one I’ve ever made and Thank you for the extra help, it’s delicious, have a Happy Thanksgiving ??? The Rice Family

      1. 5 stars
        I made it the day before and put into refrigerator because I don’t have 2 ovens. I cooled it off first and took it out the next day and warmed it up in oven. Even though my crust was dark, the cobbler was the best I have ever made!!!

  79. 5 stars
    Thankyou for this wonderful Peach Cobbler recipe, I’ve been with my husband for 54yrs and he said it’s the best one I’ve ever made. Easy and delicious and Lauren texted me back when I had a question, she’s wonderful just like her recipes! Thank you and Happy Thanksgiving ???

  80. I just made this for Thanksgiving tomorrow. Have you ever made it the night before? Do you leave it out or put it in the refrigerator? Thank you.

  81. 5 stars

    I want to make this and use 3 9 inch round pans. I am also using canned peaches that are 14.5 ounces.
    I am guessing one set up per pan is too much batter and 1 can of peaches is not enough.
    What would your suggestions?

    1. Hi Elaine,
      I think this recipe would work well in two 9 inch pans. Use one whole 14.5 ounce can in each dish. Hope if turns out well!

  82. 5 stars
    I really had a craving for peach cobbler and decided to make this on a whim. You know how easy it is based on the fact that I had all the ingredients in my cabinet except for peaches. I whipped it up while we decorated the tree and less than an hour later, more than 1/2 the pan was gone. Definitely gonna be a regular dresser in my house. Thank you!!

  83. 5 stars
    My son-in-law who is cooked the turkey, dressing and mashed potatoes requested peach cobbler. I tried this recipe as written, except that I used frozen peach slices, and it was a hit with the whole family. So easy! Loved it!

  84. 4 stars
    I tried this using fresh peaches. I thought there was a lot of sugar in the recipe so cut it down by 1/3.
    The cobbler was delicious but still a bit too sweet for me, so next time I will try not adding any sugar at all to the peaches.

  85. HANDS DOWN, this is THE BEST Peach Cobbler recipe online.. I actually thought I messed it up by mixing the wrong stuff but literally it came out ridiculously delicious.. I would almost say you can’t go wrong.. if yours didn’t turn out right you might want to try again as this recipe is EXTREMELY good IF you make it right. Thanks so much for sharing! (Same ingredients used, just mixed differently and I added light nutmeg to top it off right before placing it in the oven. Oh yeah I doubled the batter and put the first on the bottom and the second I used to cover for those who love a little something extra) ?

  86. I used canned peaches but drained the juice! I didn’t notice the note at the bottom before I made it ?. It’s in the oven now! Hope it turns out ik!

  87. 5 stars
    It is really delicious, I’m complimenting you sincerely, the taste of the peach it is hard to describe, too delicious, would be a surprise to my family over the weekend
    Thank you very much.

  88. I’ve seen a few folks mention that their cobblers came out too “wet.” I’m planning to use canned peaches–any suggestions on how much of the juice from the can to include? I certainly don’t want a wet cobbler!

    1. Hi JoAnn, I’m confused by your question–you will need the peach juice to layer on top of the batter. If you want to substitute something else for the milk you could try evaporated milk, soy/almond/coconut milk…

  89. 5 stars
    This was my first time making homemade peach cobbler. I followed the recipe to the letter but I added more spices to my peaches as they cooked on the stove. It was delicioussssssss!!! I will make this dessert for every occasion and just because. It was so easy to make and I will try it next time with different fruits. Thanks for the recipe!

  90. Should I use peaches in syrup or juice or is peach pie filling used?

    Can’t wait to make this.


  91. Does the batter bake up over the top of the peaches, or do i need a layer of batter on top of the peaches, as well before baking

  92. 5 stars
    Made this today, just as directed using a 29oz can of peaches in heavy syrup. I didn’t drain the peaches and poured maybe 1/3 of the juice in with the whole mixture. I got lots of compliments and it turned out great!

  93. 5 stars
    I made this and it was fantastic! I only had canned peaches but it was still wonderful. I had self rising flour so I didnt add baking powder or salt. Also, I added nutmeg and cinnamon to the batter rather than sprinkling on top. So good! Will be making again soon!

  94. 5 stars
    I made this with 2 jars of peaches, draining most of the juice, and it was just like my mom used to make! It was really fast and easy, and more importantly, delicious! The only thing that was off was that I needed to cook it for about 50 minutes, instead of 38-40, to get a golden, crispy crust. Maybe my oven temp is off.

  95. 5 stars
    The most delicious cobbler! I prepared this recipe last weekend with fresh peaches SO AMAZING I have another one in the oven right now! Thank you!!

  96. 5 stars
    Delicious and easy!!! Followed the recipe exactly with frozen peaches (defrosted). I spooned the peaches out of the sugary mixture because I had a ton of extra liquid after I heated the peaches, and it worked out perfectly. Will be making this again.

  97. 5 stars
    I made this and it worked great! I even did it with blackberries or strawberry/rhubarb instead of the peaches since we didn’t have any. It tasted great.

    For the dairy free people! I made this with coconut oil and soy milk (substituting straight over) and it worked great! happy baking!

  98. 5 stars
    I’m going to keep this recipe. Super easy and delicious. No ice cream for me….cup of black coffee served as a perfect accompaniment??

  99. 5 stars
    Thankyou so much, was delicious!! We have a hole heap of peaches from our tree so this definitely will be made again !!

  100. 5 stars
    WOW! We have some White Alberta peaches from our fruit trees, we froze them and I just used them for this and its amazing!

  101. 5 stars
    I just make this amazing recipe it’s delicious ? and so easy to do You don’t need to be a baker any body can do it

  102. 5 stars
    I could not, for the life of me, remember my granny’s recipe but HONEY THIS IS AN AWESOMELY STELLAR REPLACEMENT!! The crust on this is pretty to see and amazing to taste…we didn’t even want to dig in to it!

  103. Hi Lauren,
    I made 2-13×9 casserole dishes for my out-of-town family that came in last weekend I did not try the cobbler because I wanted my sister to take the Cobblers back to Colorado. My family texted and called me to tell me this was the best peach cobbler that they ever tried! Thank you Lauren! I was so excited with their rave reviews! What took the longest was blanching the peaches. I would like to try to make blueberry cobbler would I follow the recipe exactly as the peach cobbler? Thank you again Lauren, this was an awesome recipe! Claudina

    1. Hi Claudina,
      Thanks for your kind comment! I am happy to hear the cobbler was a hit! Although I haven’t tried it, I think you could make blueberry cobbler the same way! In fact, I may try this myself 🙂 thanks for the idea!

  104. 5 stars
    This is the only way to make peach cobbler!!! I substituted buttermilk instead of regular milk, added in about a teaspoon or so of vanilla extract into the batter, and topped it with cinnamon and nutmeg. I used canned peaches and this recipe turned out just like my mammas country peach cobbler. Rustic and wholesome soul food! Oh and this recipe is right its best eaten hot, or heated back in the oven from the fridge, but I pop a single serving of left overs in a bowl from the fridge and heat in the microwave for just a minuet or so and its just perfect!!! Too easy and too good not to make today!!!

  105. Just made my first ever peach cobbler with this recipe and it turned out great. Not too overly sweet for me, maybe for others though . Paired it with ice cream sandwichs and it was awesome and I don’t even like peaches much.

  106. 5 stars
    I made this today and last Saturday. It was gone, good. The recipe for today, I made it my own. I end up mixing the peaches with fresh and can heavy syrup peaches and I had fresh pears I didn’t use any sugar since I used the syrup from the can peach and mixed it in the dry ingredients. No need to put the fruit in a saucepan , since we were baking it anyway.
    I end up by mistake put the wet /dry ingredients on top before the peaches and it was unbelievable yummy.
    Great recipe and try mixing the peaches with other kind of fruit.

  107. 5 stars
    I just nad this peach cobbler tonight. It was si easy and very good. Will use in the future. It is absolutely GREAT served with a sciop or 3 of vanilla bean icecream. YUMMY

    1. I just made this peach cobbler tonight. It was so easy and very good. Will use in the future. It is absolutely GREAT served with a scoop or 3 of vanilla bean icecream. YUMMY

  108. Hi, if I use canned peaches in heavy syrup, should I still follow the directions using the same amount of sugar? Thank you!

  109. 5 stars
    Perfection in a pan! This is my second time making your recipe! Hubby, son and our Granddaughter love it! So yummy… We serve it warm with Vanilla ice cream.

    Next we are going to try your Banana Bread recipe. That looks yummy. I need my bananas to ripen first! Thank you for these great recipes!

  110. Omg I just made the peach clobber so delicious plus easy and fast to make thank you for sharing the recipe.

  111. Hi. Everyone should try this very easy to make peach cobbler recipe. I’ve even used it to make Apple Cobbler. Works both ways.

  112. 5 stars
    This recipe was great and my boyfriend’s family thought so as well! Thanks for helping me make a great impression on Thanksgiving! I plan to make this again soon, but I would like a little more crust. Will I get the same result if I double the portions on the batter ingredients? Thanks again!

  113. I made apple on one half and cherry on the other half I used can filling I know I cheated but I didn’t have peaches it was really delicious I will definitely make this again and also make the peaches from scratch filling thank you for sharing your recipe it is so simple and very good my family liked it ❤️

  114. I am glad I found this recipe… everytime I did a search it would give me these ones with a middle crust and top crust… your recipe is exactly how we used to make it… thank you so much…

  115. 5 stars
    My first time ever making a peach cobbler, i used this recipe. My brother told me it was by far the best peach cobbler he has ever eaten.

  116. Made this for my daycare kids and I use different fruits and it came out awesome I will definitely make it again

  117. I was a little nervous making this cobbler. I haven’t had much success with internet recipes. I did add more sugar (an extra 1/4 in my canned peaches), more cinnamon, and I used margarine. I will buy butter! I hadn’t planned on making dessert I wanted to get rid of some peaches that were sweetened in their on juice. Yuck! Any who it turned out amazing and truly reminded me of a soul food version of cobbler. Great food brings everyone together. Fantastic recipe I can wait to make it again for the holidays.

  118. 5 stars
    Delicious cake, I ate it first time in my life. I added more canned peaches (4c) but I cut sugar in half. Next time I think I’ll cut the sugar again and add just 1/4c.

  119. 5 stars
    I’ve used this recipe a couples times now and everyone says it’s the best peach cobbler they’ve ever had. It’s so good I make a seperate one for myself just so I can enjoy it without having to share it with anyone else. However, the last time I tried to make it it could all runny and would not bake at all. I did everything I always do but I can’t figure out what went wrong maybe someone can enlighten me on what could cause this?

    1. 5 stars
      Maybe it didn’t rise because of the baking soda. Be sure to check the expiration date and I would replace it no matter what.
      Thank you for your input. I plan to make this over Easter weekend.

  120. 5 stars
    Am I allowed to use canned peaches for this recipe? I’m a lazy cunt and don’t want to cut and chop up some peaches

      1. I am looking at the recipe bc I plan to make it tomorrow for Easter dessert. I am using canned peaches and was wondering why the canned peaches would be undrained and why the fresh would have no added liquid? The canned with syrup or juices would come out the same as without?

        1. Hi Ryan–with fresh peaches the liquid is created in steps 1 and 2 when you cook the peaches with the sugar in the saucepan. The sugar helps pull the juice from the peaches. So they end up being similar in sauce and peach amounts. Hope that helps to clarify for you.

  121. 5 stars
    Hello I want to know if you can use frozen peaches? and if so do I still add the sugar to it? Thank you in advance.

    1. Yes and yes! If the peaches are sweetened at all (check the package) you could cut back on the sugar.

  122. Mine is in the oven. But I got pie filling peaches by mistake so used them anyways. Hope it turns out good.?

  123. Lauren,
    I am going to try your peach cobbler but using fresh picked blueberries. My first try.
    Do you have any simple recipes for diabetics?

    1. Did you have really juicy peaches? Maybe add less peach juice when you add them to the batter next time!

  124. 5 stars
    I made the recipe but used brown sugar sugar, I was out for white. It turned out amazing although I had to use a little extra milk. My family wants a repeat of last night ?

    1. And as requested I am waiting for it to get done. I used 1.5 cups of flour, 1.5 cups of sugar and a little bit more than a cup of milk. My family wanted a little more cake/bread in it.

  125. 5 stars
    I made a 3 brrry cobbler using frozen Berry’s snd self rising flour. (No cinnamon). I took it to a dinner party. A chef attending party sought me out to tell me it was the best cobbler he had ever eaten. This recipe works (in my opinion) for any kind of cobbler. Delish !

  126. Just made this recipe for the 4th time. Safe to say I love it. It is my go to when I have fruit that’s a little too soft to eat. Today I added blackberries and walnuts in with the peaches. yum! Thanks again

  127. 5 stars
    Thanks for sharing this recipe. It was easy to construct. It looks delicious baking in the oven. Making this for co-workers boyfriend last minute. I sure hope he enjoys it. ??

  128. First time making this from scratch, loved it! Thanks for the delish recipe!! So easy and rewarding!

  129. 5 stars
    Hello i have not yet tried this recipe but am planning on doing so tonight. Just a quick question. Would i be able to double the crust ingredients to make a double crusted peach cobbler?

  130. 5 stars
    My son was celebrating something and asked for peach cobbler. I made this and it was delicious. Was running low on white sugar so I used brown sugar to cook the peaches and used frozen peach slices as peaches aren’t quite ripe yet. He said it was the best dessert he’s ever had, and the recipe was simple, simple, simple. It’s a keeper.

  131. 5 stars
    I lost my peach cobbler recipe and was loving for another one. I have tried at least 2 others before I found this one. I have to say, your recipe is better than mine. I love it. This will e my go to cobble recipe on. Thanks for sharing it.

  132. 5 stars
    I have this in the oven right now and it smells delicious.
    My neighbor gave me a bunch of fresh peaches from the farmers market that had some bruising.
    I knew i had to make a cobbler out of them.
    Thanks for sharing your recipe.

  133. I loved the Peach Cobbler recipe. The only thing I wish to change would be to add more peaches. There was just a little too much topping for the amount of peaches. Next time I will double them.

  134. Would I be able to put the crust on top instead? And the butter pats on top of the crust?

  135. 5 stars
    This was undoubtedly the easiest and most delicious cobbler recipe ever! OMG it reminded me so much of my grandmother’s recipe (which I can’t find). Thank you and now I’m a follower 🙂

  136. 5 stars
    Recipe was very good. But next time though I will use less sugar. As I was making it I was talking to myself, “too much sugar” but didn’t stop me. But it didn’t stop me from really enjoying eating it. ?. I was very glad to get this recipe. I use to make it a long time ago and had forgotten the measurements. Thank you for putting it on Pinterest!!!!]

  137. 5 stars
    I Googled peach cobbler (just had a craving) and found this recipe. I look for recipes with 4 1/2 to 5 star ratings, and this looked the best! I wanted to use canned peaches because some times I feel like being lazy so that’s what I did but drained them and added 1/4 cup sugar and the salt and cooked on stove top like you would fresh. I also added a tap vanilla to my peaches and some nutmeg to the batter. This turned out delicious. I swear I’ve made peach cobbler, but my 12 yo said she’s never had it. Everyone loved it served with vanilla ice cream. Any recipe I’ve tried on this site has been great! Thanks!

  138. 5 stars
    I just bought some fresh Georgia peaches from my local farmers market. Not sure what to make, I decided to give this a try. OMG the BEST and EASIEST cobbler recipe hands down. Thanks for sharing and providing me a new delicious dessert to share with my family!

  139. This recipe is SO DELICIOUS and equally easy. I am making it for the second time!!! Thank you so much for sharing it!!!

  140. 5 stars
    Just made this recipe for the first time. Increased fresh peaches from 4 cups to 6 with sugar and salt to match.

    Simple, fast and delicious. Just found my go to recipe for peach cobbler.

    Thank you for posting it.

    A must make recipe.

  141. i have a question, can you use baking soda instead of baking powder for this peach cobbler ?

    1. You could substitute 1 teaspoon of baking soda. You will need on or the other, otherwise the batter will not rise.

        1. Yes, to substitute self-rising flour you will want to omit the salt and only add 1/2 teaspoon of baking powder.

  142. 5 stars
    I had never made peach cobbler before and now my family thinks I’m some kind of genius. THANK YOU!
    I added blueberries and baked in a cast iron pan.

  143. 5 stars
    Highly recommend it! I love fresh peaches and quick simple recipes: this fits both. Only minor thing is that sugar could be less. You adjust as you like.

  144. 5 stars
    Fantastic, made this for the first time! Very easy with fresh peaches! Thank you for your recipes, you are one of my go to sites if I need to come up with a new dessert.

  145. Making this as we speak. I substituted milk with 2% lactose free milk because that’s all I had. Simple recipe that anyone can follow. Let’s see how it turns out. Thanks for sharing!

    1. I used a smaller deeper casserole dish. Used 1/2 the milk, and sugar (cos I used Canned peaches) and baked it for an hour. Perfect 👌

        1. Substitute a 1 quart jar of peaches for this recipe. Peaches in heavy syrup will work fine since you’re not going to be adding the 1/3 cup extra sugar in the first step. Enjoy!

  146. I’d like to try this recipe with pears. Would I cook them the same amount of time on stovetop and oven?? What kind of pears would you recommend??

    1. I haven’t tried it but I bet it would be delicious! I’d suggest anjou or bosc pears. Bartlett would be a third option but they may not hold up as well. I’d love to hear if you try making pear cobbler with this recipe!

    2. 5 stars
      I followed the recipe just as it is written and it turned out perfectly!! I will definitely be saving this recipe to use many more times.

  147. Came out great even using canned peaches. I used less sugar of course. I would recommend this recipe. Good job!

  148. What about the crust on top? There’s no instructions for the photo showing a top crust. I’ve never made this before and I’m lost

  149. 5 stars
    This easy and so delicious! Gone so fast, everyone loved it. Definitely going to make again.

  150. 5 stars
    I made this as soon as I saw this recipe! Came out so delicious! And it was so simple to make. The only thing I will do the next time is cut down on the sugar. Don’t get me wrong it was so good, but I’m just watching my sugar now. It will still taste good with the ice cream on top. ? getting ready to make it again for July 4th dessert!

    1. You could make the peach filling/sauce ahead of time but the batter is really best made and baked right after.

  151. We received fresh peaches from our neighbors and found this recipe …. the word delicious does not describe how amazing this dish is. It was gone the same day!! I just made another one. Thank you for sharing your recipe.

    1. You could make the peach filling/sauce ahead of time but the batter is really best made and baked right after.

  152. 5 stars
    Made this today for 4th of July. It was a hit! The whole baking dish was gone! Will definitely be making this again!

    Thank you for a very tasty & EASY recipe!

  153. 5 stars
    Delicious! I made for 1st time today for 4th of July picnic. It’s so easy to make and everyone enjoyed it very much. This is now definitely one of my go to’s! Thank you for sharing your recipe!

  154. 5 stars
    I was pleasantly surprised by this recipe! I made this for my family and it went so fast! I left the skin on my peaches and I was worried that they would fall off and that people would get a huge mouthful of them but they stuck on the peaches really well and gave the cobbler a beautiful pink-ish tone. I will definitely make this recipe again!

  155. 5 stars
    I made it with fresh pears and turned out perfectly. My father, who does not like peach cobbler was so shocked and ate it saying it was scrumptious and the best he ever had.

  156. 5 stars
    I made this 3 times with peaches, and I just experimented with using mixed berries! Everyone loved the peach cobbler, it turned out amazing. Hopefully it turns out great with the mixed berries. I just substituted 4 cups peaches for 1 cup blueberries, 2 cups raspberries, and 2 cups strawberries.

      1. 5 stars
        It turned out amazing!! Everyone loved the berry cobbler. Today I’m making the peach cobbler, but I’m gonna drizzle caramel over it when it’s out of the oven! Can’t wait to see how that turns out!

    1. Yes, you can use frozen peaches! If they are store-bought check the package to see if any extra sugar was added, and then you may not want to add all of the sugar called for in the recipe.

    1. Thanks Patrice! Sure, you could use apples! Be sure to cook them in the saucepan until fork tender.

  157. 5 stars
    This was very easy and very good I give it 2👍👍. I wanted to half the recipe due to only having four peaches and it worked great!

  158. 5 stars
    Delicious and Easy sum up this awesome recipe, I’m not a cook but decided to try it while looking for a simple Peach Cobbler recipe to use up fresh peaches left over from the 4th of July home made Peach Ice Cream we made for our family. My wife tried it and said it was delicious…Thanks we’ll be making it again.


  159. 5 stars
    Loved this recipe. I am making it for the second time. I have it in the oven right now. Yummy! Easy to make.

  160. 5 stars
    I love this recipe, I recently added 1/4 cup cocoa to the batter and made chocolate cherry cobbler. It was divine! This recipe turns out well every time I have prepared it, thanks!

  161. If you prep everything, is it okay to let the peach and batter mixture sit for 30-60 minutes until you’re ready to put it in the oven?

    1. I wouldn’t wait longer than 15-20 minutes to bake it. You could cook it earlier and it’s still delicious at room temperature after it cools, or warmed up. Or you could measure and prepare all of the ingredients before hand so that it’s easy to throw together.

  162. 5 stars
    The prep time is very misleading if you are using fresh peaches. Allow a an extra half hour to peel, core and slide up four to five peaches.

  163. I made this cobbler it was delicious. I made some changes. I cut the sugar by a quarter. I cut the butter by a tsp. I used whole wheat flour and white flour and I added another cup of peaches. It was yummy!!!

  164. 4 stars
    Very easy recipe to follow but there’s just way more sugar than necessary. I ate two spoons full with an equal amount of ice cream and I had a nauseous feeling from eating too much sugar. Retried with 1/8 cup sugar in the peaches and 1/8 cup in the crust and it’s much better because the ice cream adds a lot of sweetness.

  165. Is there a way to double the crust without it being doughy? I used to use my aunt’s recipe that she altered for me to create twice the crust (my favorite part lol) but I lost it years ago. I’m just worried if I double up it won’t bake all the way through. Thanks!

    1. I would make 1.5 of the crust, instead of doubling it, and just add a few extra minutes to the cook time. Enjoy!

  166. 5 stars
    Second time making this and I didn’t change a thing except for peeling the peaches instead of par- boil. As for adding time to peel peaches, didn’t add any extra time, actually seemed less time. Great recipe….

  167. 5 stars
    I made this cobbler for my husband’s birthday. He loves it. I did alter the amount of sugar to half. I will make it again.

  168. 5 stars
    This is like what I had growing up! I have a peach tree in my front yard and this is sooooooo good with fresh peaches! Thank you for a taste of my childhood!

  169. 5 stars
    I made this tonight and it was sooooo good. My poor husband didn’t even get a piece because everyone else ate it. An excuse to make another batch tomorrow. Super easy, super delicious. I did stray from recipe to add vanilla to peaches as I love the combination. Everything else was exactly as written and it turned out perfectly

  170. Second time making it…it’s so easy to make and so good! Also used a tomato peeler to peel the peach and this time I added a few blueberries.

  171. I am from the South and have tried a couple of other recipes before I stumbled on this one. The peaches are beautiful and ripe here so I thought I would try one more recipie. Let me tell you, if my hubby was not home to see me making this, he would have sworn I went to some restaurant here and bought it. It is that good. The only modifications were I added just a 1/2 tsp of nutmeg and 1 cup of pecan halves. I used a generous amount of cinnamon and added two tablespoons of butter to the peaches. I served it hot with Blue Bell French vanilla. I had to stop my husband as he was getting his 3rd helping. It is already half gone and it is just the two of us. Next time, I am going to buy those small tins for individual servings and bake it that way. So much easier if you want to freeze. I would have given it 10 stars but the 5 gets the message across. This will be my go-to recipie year round because who says you should only eat it in the summertime.

    1. Thanks so much for sharing! I agree, it can definitely be enjoyed year round, and I’m so happy you all liked it!

  172. Holy cow!! I made this and it was amazing!! Unfortunately for me though, my husband ate the entire thing in one day! 🤦🏼‍♀️😂 Blueberries were on sale this week. What should I do to the blue berries so I can make a cobbler just like this one with them? Thanks!

  173. 5 stars
    I tried this recipe and combined peaches and blackberries, and it was delicious. My family and I throughly enjoyed your recipe. It was so easy! Thank you for sharing!

  174. 5 stars
    OMG goodness is an understatement! I had a bunch of peach and pear fruit cups in the fridge, 4 of each and used them both in it. Drained all but 3 of the pear cups (in pear juice). Used half C sugar and half C Truvia. Was delish! Never knew this was so easy to make!!!

  175. 5 stars
    This recipe is a winner! Easiest and most delicious peach cobbler I ever made. Will be sure to make it again!

  176. 5 stars
    This was DELICIOUS! I followed all the instructions to the tee and it came out wonderful! This is definitely my go-to recipe for peach cobbler from now on!

  177. 4 stars
    I made this today. It was simple and didn’t call for too many ingredients. The taste was good I had to cook it a little longer than suggested which was ok since oven temperatures can vary. I gave it 4 stars because i would had preferred it to had been a tad bit sweeter. I used real peaches, so maybe that threw off the taste since they were not that sweet.

  178. 5 stars
    I had some fresh peaches and made this weekend. My peaches were smallish and was a little short of 4 cups so I added blueberries, OMG THIS WAS SO DELICIOUS! shared with my son & his girlfiend, they filled containers to take to work the next day, still had enough for my elderly neighbor. I will definatly made again, I see another trip to the roadside market to get peaches while still in season, in my future.

  179. I just made this and it couldn’t be easier to make. It’s delicious and I will make it again. I might try different fruits. Im keeping this recipe.

  180. 5 stars
    You young’uns may think this an “old fashioned” peach cobbler, but anything with a self-made crust is very modern. Yes, I was born before Bisquick! 🙂 Though this is a wonderful, delicious recipe that I do make on occasion when I’m in a hurry, the days of old fashioned peach cobbler has a woven lattice crust on top, with a layer of crust in the middle. Bon appetit!

  181. Are you supposed to flip it over after it’s done baking so that the crust is on top (like you have pictured in the side by side shot?)

    1. The crust will rise to the top as it bakes 🙂 Those are before and after photos of what it looks like before it goes in the oven, and after.

  182. 5 stars
    This recipe hands down makes the best cobbler I have ever eaten, and I’ve eaten plenty! One very slight change I made was to replace 1/4 cup of the milk with buttermilk, even adding an extra splash to get the batter just right. The resulting crust is utter perfection, and with vanilla ice cream it’s off the charts good!

  183. Omg!!! This was my first baking and even trying peach cobbler and this recipe was easy and really good!! I did have to boil the peaches for about 2 minutes instead of 30 seconds for them to peel.

  184. 5 stars
    This is the best peach cobbler recipe I’ve ever tried. It was so easy to make with simple ingredients. Thank you very much!

  185. Super delicious. Justlike my grandma used to make. I still use her 60 year old aluminum baking pan. I am living in Cabo San Lucas Mexico. The locals here love it. Sometimes I mix in fresh mangoes with the peaches. Muy delicioso.

  186. Going to try this, looks so good, if I want to make it sugar free, can I just change it to sugar substitute?

  187. 5 stars
    Best peach cobbler I ever had!!! So yummy!!! And the ice cream is a must. But I only ended up leaving in the oven for 30 minutes it baked pretty quickly in my oven. also I didn’t use all the peaches I cut up and it ended up being the perfect amount of batter and peach for me personally bc I don’t like to be over powered by the fruit. The batter it’s self is so delicious I love this recipe!

  188. 5 stars
    Made this peach 🍑 cobbler for my son and his wife. It was the first time I’ve ever made peach cobbler. It turned out perfect! Totally recommend for those who aren’t a genuine Betty Crocker. Delicious!

  189. 5 stars
    I’ve never tried to make cobbler before, but with Palisade Peaches in season I decided to give it a try.

    I googled “Peach Cobbler” and this was the top recipe.

    It was very easy to make and tastes amazing!



  190. 5 stars
    I made your peach crisp yesterday. Great recipe. Thank you very much. My husband was a great fan of this recipe.

  191. 5 stars
    I love this recipe! It was my first time making peach cobbler and I am so in love with how it turned out! It’s the best thank you so much!

  192. 5 stars
    This was SERIOUSLY mind blowing. I don’t even like peaches….and this was the best dessert I’ve made in a long time. Put a little vanilla ice cream over it. And load up on the cinnamon. Well done!!!

  193. 5 stars
    OMG This was the best ever. Super simple. I did add a little tapioca flour to the peach mixture to thicken it, and I didn’t have any milk so I used evaporated milk. I don’t know how much if any change it made to the recipe but, wow it was soooo good.

  194. Looks amazing!! This is probably a silly question, but do the peaches fall to the bottom while the topping rises to the top during the baking process? Thanks!

  195. 5 stars
    EXCELLENT AND FAST! I added cinnamon and a bit of vanilla and instead of lengths of peaches I cut them into chunks which made it much easier to scoop out. Everyone loved it.

  196. 5 stars
    This recipe is DELICIOUS! I added raw honey and vanilla to the peaches, and it complimented the peaches perfectly. Job well done!

  197. I substituted 2 12oz jars of sour cherries and it made a terrific cherry cobbler! No other changes needed, but I decreased the sugar to 2/3 cup just for health’s sake.

  198. 5 stars
    I made this dish for the first time and my now fiancé said yes when I asked her to marry me tonight this dessert was absolutely delicious we both loved it

  199. 5 stars
    This recipe was the best peach cobbler I have had in a long time- couldn’t be any simpler to prepare. My teenage son concurred!. Thank you so much for sharing!

  200. This is the most delicious cobbler that I’ve ever made!!! My husband and I both LOVED IT!!! I’ll definitely make this on a regular basis since I have pounds and pounds of frozen and canned peaches from my orchard. Thanks for sharing your recipe!

  201. Hi,

    Can I prepare the cobbler ahead of time and then pop in oven when ready to bake? This looks amazing so thinking of bringing to a friends house, but want to serve warm.

    Thank you!

  202. 5 stars
    Excellent recipie, was gone in two nights and and that was with two of us eating it. Thanks…will be using it over and over again.

  203. I tried this receipt last evening and IT IS THE MOST DELICIOUS COBBLER I HAVE EVER EATEN. I have tried many others.

    Thank you for sharing!!!!!

  204. 5 stars
    This recipe is absolutely the best! We made this exactly according to the directions and did not change anything. Our family couldn’t stop eating it. We took the grandkids peach picking in twin falls Idaho then peeled the peaches and found this delicious Recipe! I will be making it again this Sunday..thank you ever so much for sharing this. We served it with Tillamook old fashioned vanilla ice cream and my husband and I had it with Tillamook huckleberry ice cream . Delicious!

  205. 5 stars
    This was delicious! Very good the next day too, warmed in the microwave and then a little half n half poured over. Yummy!

    Thank you for the great recipe!

    1. 5 stars
      Yes! I did since I only had 2 peaches and I wanted to try it out . It was a winner. I’m making it again today for the grandchildren!

  206. I made this about a week ago, and it was so delicious!! I added about a half teaspoon of vanilla extract to the peaches because I love vanilla, it turned out great like I hoped it would. Thank You Lauren for the fabulous recipes!!

  207. 4 stars
    Is there a crumble or topping? It looks like there may be in the picture but I just want to make sure before I make it.

  208. 5 stars
    I don’t get it . With the batter on the bottom and the peaches on top, how does the crust get on top ? what am i missing ? Time is of the essence since I have a box of peaches that are quickly ripening .

  209. 5 stars
    Finally, a recipe that reminds me of my grandmother’s peach cobbler. It was so easy to make and the family loves it.

  210. 5 stars
    My first attempt at a cobbler and oh my gosh, was it amazing! Even my dubious-of-peaches Canadian husband went nuts over it! One question, could you substitute apples or berries for peaches? I’m know I’m already going to be making this a lot! Thanks so much for sharing this!

  211. I have frozen peaches. Would you advise altering the recipe in any way for starting from the frozen state?

    1. That will work fine, either thaw them in refrigerator overnight or warm them in sauce pan.
      Double check if your frozen peaches have added sugar, you might want to reduce sugar in first step.

  212. 4 stars
    Really delicious! I erred on the side of caution and put only 1/2 C of sugar for the peach mixture and 1/2 C of sugar for the cobbler part. Turned out almost perfect. I might put even less sugar next time, especially if ice cream is involved. 🙂 This is a taste preference.

  213. 5 stars
    I actually reversed the peaches and batter by accident. I hope it turns out ok. Lol. Should have had my glasses on.

  214. 5 stars
    Delicious and simple! I ended up using a mixture of peaches, raspberries, and apple…but it was SO GOOD! Thanks for sharing!

  215. 5 stars
    First time making peach cobbler. Easy to make and turned out amazing. It’ll be a go-to for the rest of my life! I reduced the sugar a bit, too.

  216. 5 stars
    Wonderful, easy recipe, I put it together in about fifteen minutes and slid it into the oven to bake. I had to use a slightly smaller pan and the juices spilled over the edge, so I will stick with the 9×13″ pan next time. I added a small amount of vanilla to the batter and added some fresh blackberries on top of the peaches. It was. great! Next time I’ll use a little less sugar, but I loved it.

  217. 5 stars
    Loved this but tweked it a little. I added 1 tsp of vanilla to the batter and half a tsp of almond extract to the peaches. I have combed this recipe to find out how much butter so I winged it and put a whole stick in the pan, only to take away about 3 tbs because it looked too deep with butter, LOL. All in all it was wonderful. Also I use a spoon to peel most fruit and fresh ginger. Try it sometime! 🙂

  218. I have been making fruit cobblers since I was 12 years old, using the recipe of my mothers. I wanted a more simplified recipe as I am making many. I found this one to be the answer. I did add an egg and the next batch I make, I will use less sugar. Remember to always taste your fruit for natural sweetness. Incredibly easy and so tasty. Blends in well with the fruit.

  219. 5 stars
    The recipe is unusual but it’s so easy and delicious that I’m making it for the 2nd time. Last time I used Georgia peaches and added blueberries. This time New Jersey peaches.

  220. One of the easiest cobblers there is to make, Its also my favorite. I’ve made it with all kinds of fruit. Half peaches and half blackberries is our favorite.. Whatever your favorite fruit cobbler is try this recipe you won’t be sorry.

  221. Hello! I have a bunch of peaches from my CSA and would love to make this now then freeze to serve over the holidays. Is this possible? If so how would you recommend going about it?

    1. Hi Keri, you could freeze the cobbler after it has baked and cooled for up to 3 months.Thaw overnight in the refrigerator and warm in the oven before serving.

  222. Why peel off the nutrional skin? Such a waste!
    Just brush off the fuzz with a damp cloth or paper towel.

  223. 5 stars
    Excellent recipe! Love the tip about making peeling easier. Worked great. Easy to follow and the results were amazing! I have a very productive peach right now so will be making another one soon. Thank you!

  224. Is it ok to use Frozen Peach slices ? And I want to include blueberries for a peach blueberry cobbler? What’s best quantity of each for a nice full cobbler? Tk you

    1. Sure, but you may want to reduce the amount of sugar added in the saucepan in the first step. You can add as many blueberries as you’d like. Yum!

  225. 5 stars
    Wonderful recipe! I doubled the peaches adding almond extract and nutmeg, cut back on the sugar. I also made 1 1/2 the batter adding vanilla extract. It was absolutely perfect!! Thank you so much for sharing.

  226. I substituted peaches which had been prepared for a cobbler and frozen. I thawed, reheated in the microwave and prepared according to recipe. Sprinkled cinnamon sugar on top and baked as directed. Absolutely the best!!!

  227. 5 stars
    Made Peach Cobbler for the first time and this recipe was simple and absolutely delicious! Definitely a keeper and will use this recipe again and again!

  228. 5 stars
    So simple and so good. Made it exactly as the instructions say. I always make the recipe as stated the first time. I am making it again today with fresh peaches that are ripe and super sweet. I will not add as much sugar to the peaches.

  229. 5 stars
    I’ve never left a comment about a recipe before, but this was such a hit with my extended family that I had to tell you, Lauren. A delicious blast from the past! My brother-in-law luxuriated over every bite. It reminded him of the peach cobbler his mother used to make. I should have made two.

    1. Thanks so much, Pat! The kind comments always mean so much and i’m so glad you had success with the recipe. The five star reviews go along way in keeping me in business! I appreciate it!

  230. 5 stars
    My daughter and I have a gluten-free diet. I substituted the flour for Glutino (gluten free flour) and she said this is the best peach cobbler she has ever had! Thank you for such an easy recipe that tastes great.

  231. 5 stars
    This recipe is very close to my mom’s…the one that we all love. I have had to change to gluten free, and to non-dairy milk. My daughter inadvertently changed the 1 teaspoon of cinnamon to one Tablespoon nearly 40 years ago, and we all liked that so much that it continues to this day. So, gluten free Bisquick, no other dry ingredients, and coconut milk from the carton, not the can. The extra 2 t of cinnamon, and a teaspoon of vanilla extract in the batter. Wonderful, even with the necessary changes for dietary reasons. Love…

  232. Very good Peach Cobbler! I lost my grandmothers recipe, but this was close. Super easy as well! I used 4 cups of freshly sliced peaches. Delicious!!!!

  233. 5 stars
    I made this Peach Cobbler the first time several months ago. I had fresh peaches at the time. Even though I have many, many cookbooks, I decided to go online to see if I could find a new recipe. I chose your recipe & was VERY pleased!! It truly was delicious, & easy. I shared some with my neighbor who loved it also. I’m about to make some with canned peaches. Because of the crust, & butter, I’m sure it will be delicious too. Thanks for sharing your recipe. I now have it saved in my recipes.

  234. 5 stars
    I made your recipe but tweaked it a little bit. I put half cup sugar to flour mixture. My oven runs hot so I baked 25 minutes. Very delicious! Thank you! Will try your other recipes!

  235. Very good. I used can peaches, a little less sugar to compensate for the sugar in the peaches and I added vanilla flavor. I also used less salt because I used salted butter.

  236. I made it..Delicious !! I added more Peaches a little nutmeg and vanilla also..This was the first time I ever made Peach Cobbler..Thanks for the recipe..

  237. I made this recipe with apple instead and with gluten-free all purpose flour. Delicious 🥰 Wish I knew how to photo, but it was a gorgeous cobbler🥧, too! No ice cream, lactose intolerant, but the whip cream was just as good!

  238. 5 stars
    Excellent..every one liked it..I am trying it today with apples from his tree that my neighbor gave..will let you know how it turns out.

  239. 5 stars
    Taking my cobbler to an all girls…..50+ and older!! coloring book party tomorrow! I’ve made this before and know everyone will love it.

  240. 5 stars
    I made two of the old fashion peach cobblers for a picnic in a park for about 16 family and friends. I did them in 12” Dutch Ovens at the park and after our meal we served the cobbler. I was pleased that everyone seemed to like it but the second cobbler was not touched. I asked the host if she had anything to transfer the cobbler so she could have it or just take it in the Dutch oven and give it to me later. When someone over heard me and exclaimed “there’s more cobbler?” It was gone in minutes, problem solved. I didn’t have to it home or transfer it into something else. Come to find out it was my fault because it was missed because it was in a cover black pot with charcoal ash, who would have known inside was more wonderfulness. This is a keeper.

  241. 5 stars
    I’m not usually a peach cobbler fan, but this recipe is AMAZING! I added just a little vanilla and more cinnamon to my canned peaches before scooping them over the batter. Best cobbler ever!

  242. 5 stars
    This is a keeper! Used fresh peaches and cooked them adding cinnamon. To the batter I added vanilla and nutmeg. Like the other reviews, it was gone in minutes. Thanks for sharing.

  243. 5 stars
    I was just given a whole basketful of peaches, despite not liking peaches. Naturally I turned to the internet to solve my problems and found this recipe. Who doesn’t like a good cobbler? So I decided to try to mask them in a cobbler. It was one of the greatest success stories of my life! This recipe was so easy to make and it was scrumptious. I am one bowl in and I’m about to go eat the rest of the 9×13 dish before my husband discovers it. I now like peaches…as long as they’re in this cobbler!

  244. We have used this recipe for peach, apple, apple/cran, and lemon/blueberry cobblers.. it is by far the best recipe I have found!

  245. 5 stars
    I made this peach cobbler for my sister’s birthday party; best cobbler yet. Within minutes it was gone. I put out vanilla ice cream, and that made it even better. Will definitely be making again.

  246. delicious and so easy to make, reminded me of how my mom made hers, you will be glad you made this and will make it again, and again

  247. Was at church and wanted some peach cobbler. Saw your recipe and stopped to get some peaches came home and whipped it up. Everyone enjoyed it.

  248. Can I use apple pie filling? I canned apple pie filling but would love this cobbler recipe! It was great with the peaches!

  249. 5 stars
    By far the best recipe I’ve found!! My hubby doesn’t like peaches I’m going to attempt it with apples for him next time .

  250. Question- other recipes call for butter, then fruit, then batter…do you know the difference putting the batter first?

    1. You can do it that way too (and that’s what I do for my blueberry and apple cobbler recipes that don’t have the amount of juice from the peaches that this one does), but I like the way the peach juice flavors and moistens the batter as it cooks.

  251. 5 stars
    not only is this recipe EASY & DELICIOUS, it’s great for “playing with!” what i mean by that is, you can substitute other fruits and it still works! i have also cut it in half and even in thirds and it STILL works. i recently made it with honey crisp apples (used 3 apples) and just simmering up the apples with the sugar ( i use the brown cane sugar) smells SOOOOOOOO good! i brought it to work for a party and figured i would have some to take home…happily, i was wrong…it all got gobbled up!
    thanks, lauren!!!
    yours in baking-from-scratch,
    cathy sj

    1. I haven’t tried it–from a baking standpoint I think it would be fine, but it would definitely change the taste a lot!

  252. 5 stars
    Ok had frozen peaches , frozen blueberry, and frozen raspberries, heated the sugar, put on top of batter looks amazing super easy

        1. I couldn’t find any quart jars of peaches at the store, only cans in 29oz which is literally 3 oz short. Will I be ok?

  253. 5 stars
    The cobbler was very delicious and flavorful. I am definitely going to make this recipe again in the future. I’m thinking I’m going to try the apple cobbler as well.

  254. Just made it tonight as a spur of the moment treat for my girls. Quick, simple, easy, and now gone. I did add one step; a light dusting of white sugar and a couple minutes under the broiler at the very end. Adds a little extra crisp to it.

  255. 5 stars
    I would give it 10 gold 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
    🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 star’s it’s that good…
    Thank You
    Jamie Frisbie

  256. 4 stars
    I went the canned route with this recipe. I did leave out most of the juice, but not all. I used the full cube(1/4 lb) of butter It turned out wonderful. Light and fluffy buscuit, tender peaches. Not as wet and decidedly remakeable!!!
    Thank you for posting

  257. 3 stars
    This recipe for Peach Cobbler was good, but it wasn’t as good as I had hoped. I suggest adding sugar, a pinch of nutmeg and the cinnamon in with peaches before placing them atop the batter. It also should bake a bit longer. I did the full 40 minutes and it looked like it still needed extra time so I added 5 minutes. It may have helped to add an egg to the batter as well.

  258. 5 stars
    This is the best desert I’ve had since christmas. I’ve tried it with canned peaches and it became an instant favorite.

    1. If using canned peaches, just add the contents, but no sugar? Just wondering , because these canned peaches have nothing added.

      1. I’ve used sweetened canned peaches as is. With unsweetened canned peaches I would add sugar, and a pinch of salt.

  259. 5 stars
    I absolutely LOVE this peach cobbler recipe!!! It’s so easy to make and it’s sooooo good!!! Thank you so much!!