Fresh Peach Cobbler Slow Cooker Style

"made last year, and had this on file. Very good dessert to serve at a party, or just at home. Very easy to prepare."
photo by katew photo by katew
photo by katew
photo by katew photo by katew
Ready In:
4hrs 10mins
4 peach cobblers




  • Prepare slow cooker with vegetable cooking spray.
  • In a large bowl, combine sugar, and baking mix, stir in eggs, vanilla, evaporated milk, and butter. Mix well.
  • Fold in peaches and pour into slow cookerand stir well.
  • Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours, or on high for 3-4 hours.
  • Serve with warm peach ice cream.

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  1. My peach cobbler did not end up looking like the picture. I cooked it 4.5 hours on high and it never really set up. My peaches were very juicy. That said it had a wonderful flavor, I will make it again soon and see what happens . I used Bisquick and maybe that was my problem. This in no way was the recipe's fault.. Ifanyone has a Idea what I did wrong PLEASE let me know
  2. This was easy and worked perfectly in my crockpot . I used apricots as I had no peaches. Cooking time given was spot on. Mine took closer to 4 hours than 3. I left out the butter and halved the sugar with a fabulous result.
  3. I made a mistake with this, I was out of evaporated milk so looked up a substitute and i think i must have misread the directions. The smell was amazing but the texture was not so am not rating it.
  4. This is a bit more like a cake then a cobbler. DH was in heaven because it wasn't too sweet. I sprinkled powdered sugar on my slice for a bit more sweetness. I used canned peaches and totally drained them - I will leave a bit of juice next time. Thanks for a great dessert.
  5. A GREAT RECIPE that's easy to prepare ~ Makes for A TASTY DESSERT, too! Even served it with COLD peach ice cream! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Every Day Is a Holiday! cooking game]


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