Hi there! I’m so excited to share this delicious canned peach cobbler recipe with you. It’s a great way to use up some of those cans of peaches that have been sitting in your pantry for who knows how long. This easy, no-fuss dessert is sure to be a hit at potlucks and family gatherings alike.

It doesn’t take much time or effort to whip up this cobbler either. All you need are three ingredients: cake mix, canned peaches, and melted butter – plus whatever topping you’d like (I personally love adding some ice cream!). So let’s get started on making this yummy treat!

Ingredients Needed

I’m excited to show you my canned peach cobbler recipe. Before we get started, let’s make sure you have all the necessary ingredients on hand and ready for use. To make it easier, I’ve put together a shopping list of everything you’ll need: 2 cans peaches (drained), 1/2 cup butter or margarine, 3/4 cup sugar, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, and one 9-inch unbaked pie crust.

Once your ingredients are gathered, it is time to measure them out accurately so that our cobbler turns out just right! Start by measuring out the butter or margarine into a bowl – you will need exactly ½ cup. Next up is ¾ cup of sugar which should be added directly to the same bowl as well. After that comes in one teaspoon of ground cinnamon which can also be added to the mixture before stirring it all together until combined.

When all of these ingredients are measured out properly and mixed together in a bowl they’re now ready to be used in creating our delicious canned peach cobbler dessert! It’s time to start prepping this sweet treat and enjoy its amazing flavors soon after.

Preparing The Batter

I’m so excited to get started on my peach cobbler! First, I’ll prepare the batter. To do this, I need some all-purpose flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. In a medium bowl, I mix them together with a whisk or stirring spoon until everything is well combined.

Now it’s time for the wet ingredients: melted butter, milk and an egg. After pouring these in the dry mixture, I use my stirring technique to make sure everything is blended evenly throughout. This step can take some patience but it’s worth taking your time to ensure that each bite of the finished product will be just as good as you’d expect!

Once both mixtures are ready to go, I lightly grease a 9×9 inch pan and preheat my oven to 375°F (190°C). Then I pour the batter into the pan and bake for about 40 minutes at this temperature. When done baking, let cool for 10 minutes before serving with ice cream if desired!

Pre-Baking The Cobbler

I’m getting excited about making this peach cobbler. First, I need to pre-bake the cobbler before adding any of the ingredients. Pre-baking helps create a crunchy crust and ensures that the peaches don’t sink during cooking. To do so, I’ll start by greasing my baking dish with butter or nonstick spray. Then I’ll line it with parchment paper for easy cleanup afterwards.

Next step is to combine all dry ingredients together in a bowl – flour, sugar, baking powder and salt – then mix them well until everything is evenly distributed. Once done, I can add melted butter and cold milk into the mixture and stir gently until everything comes together nicely. Now my crust is ready!

Finally, I’ll pour some canned peaches in my prepared pan and spread it out evenly on top of the crust layer. After sprinkling brown sugar overtop, I can put it in an oven set at 350°F (176°C) for about 30 minutes or until golden brown. Time to enjoy that delicious smelling homemade peach cobbler!

Baking The Cobbler

I’m going to need some ingredients to bake this cobbler. I’ll need a can of peaches, sugar, butter, and some biscuit mix. I’ll also have to preheat the oven before I start baking. I’m gonna set it to 375°F so the cobbler can bake nice and evenly.

Gathering Ingredients

Gathering the ingredients for a homemade peach cobbler is the first step to baking this delicious dessert. I always like to start by reading through the recipe and making sure that I have everything on hand before beginning. If there are any items missing, then it’s important to find alternative substitutes or make modifications if needed. For example, when using canned peaches for my cobbler instead of fresh fruit, I usually add a bit more sugar than what the recipe calls for in order to balance out some of the tartness from canned product. Additionally, I try to look up recipes online that use similar ingredients with different proportions so as not to waste too much time running back and forth between grocery stores looking for something specific. In the end, finding alternatives and substituting ingredients can help create a unique twist on an otherwise classic recipe! With all the necessary elements now ready, let’s get started baking our delicious peach cobbler!

Preheating Oven

Now that I have all of the ingredients ready to go, it’s time to preheat my oven and get baking! I usually like to set the temperature between 350-400 degrees Fahrenheit on my grill so that the cobbler has enough heat to cook evenly. Depending on how much time I’m able to dedicate to this recipe, I’ll either choose one temperature or alternate between two temperatures for different stages of cooking. For example, if I only have 20 minutes to bake a cobbler then I might start with higher temperatures around 400 degrees for 10 minutes and then lower it down afterwards. On the other hand if I can afford more time in the kitchen then keeping a steady 375 degrees works best. No matter which option you pick, just make sure that your oven is hot before putting your pan inside – nothing ruins a good peach cobbler faster than undercooked dough! Ready? Let’s get started!

Adding Toppings

It’s time to top off your peach cobbler with some delicious extras! Adding a few toppings will take this dessert from good to great. Depending on your taste, you can go for something simple like whipped cream or ice cream, or get creative by adding nuts, cinnamon and more. There are countless ways to customize the flavor of your cobbler – here are some serving suggestions and variations that will bring out its best.

For an extra special treat, try topping it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or freshly-whipped cream. The coolness and sweetness will pair perfectly with the warm peaches. If you’re feeling adventurous, mix in chopped walnuts or almonds for a crunchy texture contrast that adds even more depth of flavor. A sprinkling of brown sugar also works great as an added sweetener and gives the cobbler an appetizing golden hue when baked. For those who prefer a bit of spice, sprinkle over some cinnamon before popping it into the oven – it’ll add just the right amount of warmth and zing to every bite.

The possibilities don’t end there – if you want to experiment further, consider mixing in other ingredients such as raisins, coconut flakes or chocolate chips for added variety and flavor complexity. No matter how you decide to finish off your cobbler masterpiece, serve it up hot so everyone can enjoy all its delicious flavors at once!

Frequently Asked Questions

What Other Fruits Can I Use In This Recipe?

If you’re looking for an alternative to canned peaches in your cobbler recipe, there are plenty of other fruits that will work just as well. Dried fruit like apricots and raisins can be great options, or you could use something frozen such as cherries or blueberries instead. Just remember to adjust the amount of sugar accordingly so that your cobbler isn’t too sweet!

Is This Recipe Suitable For Vegetarians Or Vegans?

This recipe for canned peach cobbler is suitable for vegetarians and vegans. If you are looking to make a dairy-free version, there are plenty of vegan substitutes that can easily be incorporated into the recipe. For instance, coconut cream or almond milk can replace cow’s milk in the batter, while butter can be replaced with oil or even mashed bananas. You don’t have to give up this delicious dessert just because you’re sticking to a plant-based diet!

How Long Will The Cobbler Last After Baking?

Storing your cobbler correctly is essential for keeping it fresh and tasty. If you follow the recipe exactly, then the cobbler should last up to a week when stored in an airtight container or wrapped tightly with plastic wrap at room temperature. To keep it around longer, store it in the refrigerator where it will remain good for up to two weeks. As far as serving suggestions go, you could try topping off your cobbler with some whipped cream or ice cream for an extra special treat!

Can I Make This Cobbler In A Slow Cooker?

Yes, you can make this cobbler in a slow cooker! Depending on the size of your slow cooker, it may take anywhere from 6-8 hours for baking time. If you’re making a larger batch to serve more people, increase the cooking time accordingly. Make sure that when serving your cobbler, you have enough to go around – if not, double or triple the recipe depending on how many servings you need. Enjoy!

Can I Substitute Butter For The Margarine In This Recipe?

Sure, you can substitute butter for the margarine in this recipe. There are plenty of great alternatives depending on what flavors and textures you prefer. Using butter will give your cobbler a richer flavor while substituting oil or lard will keep it vegan-friendly. You could also switch up the fruit if desired – try using apples, pears, berries, or any other seasonal fruit instead of canned peaches!


In conclusion, this canned peach cobbler recipe is a great way to have an easy and delicious dessert. Mix it up by trying other fruits like apples or pears instead of peaches; just make sure they are also canned for the best results! This recipe can be adapted for vegans too as long as margarine is used instead of butter. Once baked, this heavenly cobbler will keep in the fridge for 3-4 days. If you want to try something different, why not give making it in your slow cooker a go? However you decide to make your cobbler, I’m sure it’ll taste amazing!

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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!