Hi everyone, I’m super excited to share my favorite peach cobbler recipe with you today! It’s so easy and delicious that it has quickly become one of my go-to desserts for potlucks or family gatherings. This classic Southern dish is made from simple ingredients like canned peaches, butter, sugar, and a few pantry staples. With just a little bit of effort, you can have an amazing dessert on the table in no time at all.

I’ve been making this same peach cobbler recipe for years now, and every time I make it someone new falls in love with it. The combination of sweet peaches and crunchy topping makes it hard to resist – plus it looks gorgeous when served up fresh out of the oven! So let me show you how easy it is to whip up this tasty treat – you won’t regret giving it a try!

Ingredients Needed For Peach Cobbler

I’m so excited to share this easy peach cobbler recipe with you! It’s delicious and can be made in no time. All you need are a few simple ingredients, most of which you likely already have stored away in your pantry or fridge.

The star ingredient of this cobbler is, obviously, peaches. You can use fresh peaches if they’re available at the store or farmers market; just remember to peel them before using them for the recipe. If not, canned peaches work great too! Just make sure that when you’re draining them from their syrup, reserve some of it as it will add flavor to your finished dish.

To get started on making your own yummy peach cobbler, gather up all the ingredients listed below and prepare yourself for an amazing treat!

Prepping The Peaches

Now that you have all the ingredients needed for peach cobbler, it’s time to prep the peaches. The first step is choosing your peaches. You want them to be ripe and juicy with some give when lightly squeezed. If they’re too hard or mealy, those are not good choices for this recipe. Once you’ve selected the perfect peaches, you need to remove their pit. Cut each peach in half then twist each side of the halves away from one another until they separate and expose the pit inside. Carefully scoop out the pit with a spoon and discard it, being sure not to take any of the fleshy part of the peach along with it. Finally, slice each peach into thin slices for use in your cobbler. With these simple steps, your prepped peaches will be ready for baking!

Making The Cobbler Topping

I’m a huge fan of the classic peach cobbler recipe. The topping is just so delicious and really complements the peaches! Making it may look intimidating, but I promise you that it’s actually quite easy.

To make the cobbler topping, begin by using butter to create a crumbly texture with flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, and spices. You can use whatever spices you like – cinnamon always does the trick for me! Once everything is mixed together nicely (it should be crumbly), spoon it over your prepared fruit mixture in your baking dish.

It’s now time to bake your cobbler! Place it in the preheated oven and let it cook until golden brown on top – about 30-35 minutes depending on how hot your oven runs. Enjoy this tasty treat warm or cold – either way will taste amazing!

Baking And Serving The Cobbler

I’m so excited to talk about baking and serving this delicious peach cobbler! The most important thing for any recipe is choosing the right ingredients. For my cobbler, I always make sure to get ripe yet firm peaches – they should be fragrant and juicy but not too soft. Make sure you pick out good quality fruit that will add a fantastic flavor to your cobbler.

Once your peaches are ready and your batter is made, it’s time to put together the dish! Layer the bottom of your baking pan with the fresh peaches then pour your batter over them evenly. Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit until golden brown on top – usually around 40 minutes or so depending on how deep the pan is.

When done, let it cool before digging in! Serve warm topped with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream – yum! You can also sprinkle chopped nuts for added crunch if desired. Enjoy this tasty treat in all its glory – no matter how you serve it up, I know you’ll love it!

Variations And Topping Ideas

I can almost smell the sweet aroma of a freshly baked peach cobbler wafting through the air. It’s an easy recipe to make and there are many variations you can try for a unique twist on this classic dessert. One way is by adding additional fruits, such as apples, blueberries or strawberries, for a burst of flavor in every bite. If you want something more savory, consider adding spices like cinnamon and nutmeg to give your cobbler that extra kick of warmth. And don’t forget about topping ideas – crumble oat streusel over top or add some crunch with chopped nuts! With all these options, it’s easy to find a variation that fits your tastes.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is The Approximate Cooking Time For Peach Cobbler?

When you’re making peach cobbler, the approximate cooking time is around 45 to 50 minutes. To ensure your cobbler comes out juicy and delicious, make sure to use a generous amount of sugar content – about 1/2 cup for each 4 cups of peaches – and preheat your oven to 375°F before baking. While it’s not exactly an easy recipe, with some patience and effort, you can enjoy a tasty peach cobbler in no time!

Does The Cobbler Need To Be Refrigerated After Baking?

When it comes to refrigerating your peach cobbler, you don’t necessarily need to do so. It can be stored at room temperature for up to four days; however, if you want it to last longer than that, then it should be placed in the refrigerator. Be sure to cover the cobbler with plastic wrap or aluminum foil and store it in an airtight container. This will help keep the moisture and flavor of the cobbler intact while also preventing any other foods from affecting its taste.

What Is The Best Type Of Peaches To Use For This Recipe?

When making a peach cobbler, the best type of peaches to use are either fresh or canned. If you decide to use canned peaches, look for ones that aren’t too sweet and have been preserved in natural juice. You can also add spices like cinnamon and nutmeg to enhance the flavor of your cobbler. No matter what type of peaches you choose, using them will make it easier to prepare this delicious dessert!

Is It Possible To Use Frozen Peaches For This Recipe?

Yes, you can use frozen peaches for this recipe! In fact, it is a great option if fresh peaches are not available. When using frozen peaches for the cobbler, thaw them and drain off any excess liquid before adding to the recipe. This will ensure your finished dish isn’t too watery. For serving suggestions, try garnishing with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or whipped cream. As far as baking techniques go, make sure to place foil over the top of the dish while in the oven so that your topping doesn’t burn. Enjoy!

Does The Recipe Work With Other Fruits Besides Peaches?

Yes, you can definitely substitute other fruits or combine different fruits in the peach cobbler recipe. If you don’t have enough fresh peaches on hand, try using canned peaches instead. You could also use a combination of different berries for a more tart flavor profile – blueberries and raspberries work great! There are lots of options to choose from when it comes to substituting fruits in this easy-to-make dessert recipe.


The great thing about this peach cobbler recipe is that it’s so easy to make. It only takes around 45 minutes of baking time, and you don’t have to worry about refrigerating the finished product since it can be served right away. For optimal flavor, fresh peaches are best; however, frozen ones will work in a pinch. And if you’re looking for a change from peach cobbler, the same recipe works just as well with other types of fruit like apples or berries! All in all, this simple yet delicious dessert is sure to please any crowd. Enjoy!

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Hi, I'm Ivy Cronin. I'm an editor at The Disney Chef and I love connecting people with their favorite foods. I've been working in the food industry for over six years now, and before that, I was a housewife. My husband is a chef and we have three children: two sons and one daughter. When we're not busy with work or family life, we travel as much as possible usually to Disney World! My favorite thing about working at The Disney Chef is getting to read all the amazing stories submitted by our readers. It's inspiring to see how many people are inspired by our recipes!