Fresh Peach Cobbler

"This is so yummy. When the peaches get ripe this is made a LOT!!"
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  • Mix peach slices with 3/4 cup sugar, set aside.
  • Pour butter in 8 inch square baking dish.
  • Mix flour, baking powder, salt, nutmeg and remaining sugar.
  • Stir in milk, until just combined.
  • Pour over butter.
  • Top with peaches.
  • Bake at 375* for 45 minutes.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Kathie H.
    Fresh Peach Cobbler - You put the melted butter into the 8-inch baking dish; then make the batter & pour the batter over the butter? then top with the sweetened peaches & bake. Is this correct?
  2. zakoog
    Salted or Unsalted butter? Thank you!
  3. hersheyma
    Can u used canned peaches?
  4. Cara S.
    What do use to make the topping?
  5. cathykoz
    Fresh Peach Cobbler recipe, how far ahead can this be made & still turn out OK?


  1. Terri F.
    I used 4 large peaches for this, just because I wanted to fill the dish. The cobbler topping, I left just the same. The dessert came out perfect. The aroma while this is baking is enough to make you drool. Served it warm with ice cream. It was awesome. Thanks again, Inez! :o)
  2. ratherbeswimmin
    Oh Inez, honey this was just divine. This was our dessert for the Zaar Cookathon/4th of July BBQ. My guests were so impressed and all rated this 5-stars. Perfect dish to finish off a day full of eating and festivities. I topped it off with a dollop of whipped cream YUMMMMMMMMMM!! Thanks so much.
  3. Bev I Am
    Wonderful cobbler, Inez! I used 4 good sized ripe peaches and melted the butter in the 8x8" glass pan in the microwave to save myself a step. I served this delicious cobbler with ice cream and it was superb! Thanks for a great dessert tonight, Inez!
  4. Danl1058
    Chef Bev was nice enough to let me have some of this cobbler that she prepared last evening. This was truly an out of body peach cobbler experience! To attain maximum flavor absorption I would have smeared it all over myself as I ate it except I didn't want to waste it. This is the way peach cobbler is supposed to be! The breading was not at all mushy or flavorless like most cobblers and it didn't mask the sweetness of the peach flavor. I suggest you try this cobbler first-time without the ice-cream so you don't disturb the flavor. This one's a keeper! Hooray for Inez!!!
  5. A Woods
    This was great! The only change I made was using 4 peaches instead of 2. I will be making this again!


  1. hellothere2999
    I used less sugar and more peaches. It was delicious, although I may cut down on the butter and add more flour next time.
  2. jazzmine63
    I think you could use cinnamon and nutmeg, a dash of each would do. I also mix my mix and butter together in the pan and end up adding a little more flour.
    Increase the peaches and sugar and let it sit until it yields juice
  4. Deborah C.
    Used 4 medium peaches.
  5. Vicki in CT
    Great cobbler. To save time I had butter in pan in oven while it preheated. I subbed cinnamon for nutmeg. I, like many others, doubled the peaches.


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