Crumbly Peach Cobbler

"This desert is quick and easy. I been making this desert for forty years. It is so good with ice cream or served hot out of the oven or cold. The best ever peach cobbler--family and friends favorite."
 
Download
photo by Probably This photo by Probably This
photo by Probably This
photo by Probably This photo by Probably This
photo by Nafisah photo by Nafisah
photo by Probably This photo by Probably This
photo by chaoticbliss81 photo by chaoticbliss81
Ready In:
1hr 30mins
Ingredients:
6
Serves:
6
Advertisement

ingredients

  • 12 - 1 cup butter (can use salted butter or unsalted butter) or 1/2-1 cup margarine (can use salted butter or unsalted butter)
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 cup self rising flour
  • 1 (15 1/4 ounce) can sliced peach halves in syrup (light or heavy syrup)
  • cinnamon sugar
Advertisement

directions

  • if you would like to make a larger cobbler just double all ingredients.
  • Bake at same temperature.
  • Cook until golden brown.
  • In a bowl mix, flour, sugar and milk. Mix ingredients until smooth and no lumps.
  • Put butter or margarine in a 13 x 9 baking dish or pan in a 350°F oven until melted when melted take pan out of oven and pour batter over melted butter or margarine, DO NOT STIR.
  • Pour peaches over batter, DO NOT STIR.
  • Sprinkle cinnamon sugar over top of peaches, DO NOT STIR.
  • Put in a 350°F oven and bake for 30 minutes to one hour or until golden brown.

Questions & Replies

default avatar
  1. Joanne B.
    Can I use fresh peaches?
     
  2. Linda K.
    How much cinnamon sugar?
     
  3. Arthur T.
    Do the canned peaches need to be drained or poured in with the syrup?
     
  4. djrhen
    Do the peaches go on TOP of the dough??
     
  5. Jonesanthony484
    Can I sub butter for veg oil if I'm out and if so how much would I use
     
Advertisement

Reviews

  1. LaJuneBug
    I've made this twice now for potlucks and it has received raves each time. I never have self-rising flour, so I added 1 1/2 tsp. baking powder and 1/2 tsp. salt. This is an effortless recipe that is wecome at summer potlucks.
     
  2. Chris S.
    This is great! It's quick, it's easy, it's cheap, and there's very little mess or clean up. I made a few little changes: - I used half the Butter called for in the recipe - I used about 2/3 C Sugar (not one whole cup, as called for) - I added a just a little of both Cinnamon (2 dashes) and Nutmeg (1 dash) to the batter... ... and it was excellent. I had 4 people try it, and they all loved it. *** if you weren't sure... Yes, drain the juice off of the canned peaches. (You can save it, put it in a pan with a little sugar and corn starch, reduce it over low heat, and make your own Peach Glaze to drizzle over the cobbler). :)
     
  3. nethope
    Good news: I made peach cobbler last night! Bad news: we weren't sure we could stop eating it.<br/><br/>I used a little less margarine; that made tasty crispy edges! I don't buy self-rising flour, so I added 1 1/2 tsp baking powder (also homemade actually) and 1/4 tsp salt to 1 cup all-purpose flour. I used slightly less sugar too. I used 4 fresh peaches instead of canned peaches since that looked like a 15 oz can equivalent, but I wish I had had 6 or 8 peaches to use. I used some caramel popcorn sprinkles in addition to lots of cinnamon sugar. It came together quickly, and it tastes better than anything so fast should taste!
     
  4. Marcey03
    I've made this recipe twice in one week. Once for Christmas dinner, and another time two days later because everyone loved it (and because it's soooo quick and easy). I followed tips from others and used 25% less butter and sugar, and it was great. The second time, I used less sugar and butter as I did the first time, however I doubled the peaches because it's my favorite part. It was even better with more peaches. It's recipes like these that make me enjoy cooking (Quick, Easy, and Delicious).
     
  5. MotleyCook
    Forgot to put the cinnamon sugar on top, made it with coconut oil instead of butter, used both fresh peaches and fresh cherries... still awesome! Thanks for posting...
     
Advertisement

Tweaks

  1. chaoticbliss81
    To be honest, I didn't make this as written, hence the absence of stars. Regardless, I made this cobbler with the following tweaks: - 1/2 cup of sugar instead of 1 cup - only 2 Tbsp. Butter - Substituted 1/2 milk for peach juices - added almond liquor, vanilla extract, cinnamon and nutmeg to peaches (eyeballed the amounts) - added a tad more flour to the batter to compensate for the additional liquid in the peach mixture It turned out wonderfully, but I will try the recipe as written, just to see, and will update my star rating accordingly.
     
  2. nethope
    Good news: I made peach cobbler last night! Bad news: we weren't sure we could stop eating it.<br/><br/>I used a little less margarine; that made tasty crispy edges! I don't buy self-rising flour, so I added 1 1/2 tsp baking powder (also homemade actually) and 1/4 tsp salt to 1 cup all-purpose flour. I used slightly less sugar too. I used 4 fresh peaches instead of canned peaches since that looked like a 15 oz can equivalent, but I wish I had had 6 or 8 peaches to use. I used some caramel popcorn sprinkles in addition to lots of cinnamon sugar. It came together quickly, and it tastes better than anything so fast should taste!
     
  3. MotleyCook
    Forgot to put the cinnamon sugar on top, made it with coconut oil instead of butter, used both fresh peaches and fresh cherries... still awesome! Thanks for posting...
     
  4. SSanguine
    I used 3/4cup of butter and it was way too much for our taste, so next time I will use only 1/4cup of butter. Instead of canned, I used 8 fresh peaches, peeled and sliced with 3/4cup of sugar, 2tbspn Vanilla, and 1tbspn of white corn syrup. Waited about an hour for the mixture to get juicy and it came out very nicely! Great tasting recipe!!!
     
  5. Easy Baker
    This is very good, though I did adjust the recipe a bit. I used 4 cups fresh red plums and cut the sugar to a half cup. I also cut the butter to 3 tablespoons, which came out just great. My milk had gone bad so I wound up using a cup of apple juice instead. Just delicious! It baked for 45 minutes.
     

RECIPE SUBMITTED BY

home maker..fun camping,baking trying to figure out how to make bread in my three bred machines...like new kitchen gadgets... all cook books ..all recipes...favorit food is the steak t bone that husband grill for me he sears it on both sides and then pours beer over it..so tender and soso good...and all the recipes have submitted have cooked and eaten....and served my family...
 
View Full Profile
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Find More Recipes