This is an absolutely yummy recipe. It was the first time I'd made a dessert in my crockpot and my family thoroughly loved it. In fact my teenage son was raving for more. I did adapt it slightly in that we don't have a great selection of peaches so I used canned peaches. I drained them and then mashed them up. And of course I had to double the recipe as I have a large family. And with growing teenage boys that like to eat.. :) Anyway thanks Bekah826 for the recipe.. missviolinist
Its peach season now and this recipe does them proud. I used four large juicy peaches and followed the recipe. Two of my dinner guest went home with the recipe. Love using the crock pot and this is a great way to use it. Thanks Bekah826
Boy did this make the house smell great while I was holding an open house. I did add about 1 cup of frozen blueberries and it was a great addition. The texture is much more like a bread pudding than a cobbler to me, but very goos nonetheless. I did cut back the cinnamon to a 1/2 teaspoon per the other reviewers and was pleased with the choice. I will make this again....maybe I'll try adding some frozen rasberries next time instead of the blueberries. A light dollop of whipped cream is all this needs.
I really wanted to like this recipe as I am trying to find uses for my crockpot. This tasted fine but its consistancy is more like a flan or bread pudding which did not go over well with me or my family. If you don't mind the mushiness of this i say go for it! Otherwise, we will not try this again.
We loved it.so easy and a great way to use up peaches.Next time i will use clear vanilla and only white sugar so the color of the peaches show.YUMMY
So easy and extremely good with fresh ripe peaches. Thanks for the recipe.
What a nice easy dessert.I used canned peaches [drained] & mashed them. Next time I think I'll just leave them sliced for more texture. I did love the cinnamon. Thanks for posting.
I never cooked a dessert in the crockpot before and very rarely do I even make a dessert for a weeknight meal for the family (a dinner guest usually has to be involved, lol!) so this was a pleasant surprise for all. I didn't have fresh peaches so I used a 19 oz can of sliced peaches, well drained. I cooked it for 7 hours, but next time will cut the cooking time down to about 5-6 hour, as the outer rim of the dessert got a bit overdone. I would also love to try it with fresh peaches, once they're in season here. We had this served over vanilla ice cream. And, the house smelled wonderful! This is the kind of dessert that works well all year round. Thanks, Bekah!
I got a small crockpot for Christmas and I love using it to make desserts. This recipe is a keeper. I did not want to pay the price they were asking for peaches this time of year so I used 2 cans of (drained) peaches. Thanks for posting!
this was pretty good. I was in a major bind for time, and needed something to feed a crowd. So I used 2 lbs of frozen peaches, and 2 lbs of frozen mixed berries (raspberries, blueberries, and marionberries). This is way more fruit(approx 4 times as much!) than the recipe calls for, so I doubled the "cobbler" ingredients. I wanted it more fruity than "cobbler" Served it hot with whipped cream.