Way Easy Peach Cobbler

"The BEST cobbler I have ever had, also works well with blackberries! Doesnt last long in my house!"
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Ready In:
1hr 5mins




  • Pour peaches and juice into 9x13 baking pan.
  • Mix flour, sugar and butter until crumbly, like cornmeal. Pour on top of peaches and juice.
  • Bake at 350 for approx 1 hour or until very bubbly and crust begins to turn dark brown in spots.

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  1. Iowahorse
    Turned out to be a sloppy mess. That was a waste of time and food.
  2. demarisj1
    DELICIOUS! A big hit! Thank you for sharing your recipe, everybody loved it! Going to try it with black berries next :) Thanks again, Jenn
  3. Chef Doozer
    I didn't expect this to be so tasty! Wow, super easy too. I used fresh nectarines and it was fabulous. My daughter said she could eat the whole pan of it if I let her (I didn't). :)
  4. Lucky in Bayview
    What a treat! I love how simple this was to make and it really hit the spot as a cozy dessert. I used my own canned pears instead of peaches. I bet this would work with any fruit. So good! Thanks or sharing the recipe!
  5. Heartspell
    Very good and so easy to make...omg! I cut this in half, didn't need that much. I used one 15oz can of peaches and one 15 oz can of mixed fruit. Cut everything in half except the butter. Used Splenda Blend in place of sugar. Added vanilla to the fruit and cinnamon & nutmeg to the dough. The flavors really complimented each other. Great presentation as well. <br/><br/>This full recipe has to feed 10-12 people though. I might try using low sugar fruit next time...add a little water and corn starch to the liquid. This is definitely a keeper!! Thanks for sharing.


  1. greenp874
    Added strawberries and apples, peaches.. Delicious 1 cup each
  2. DragonShoes
    I have made this 3 times this week. It's simple to make and very tasty. I also added a pinch of cinnamon to the peaches and used peaches in their own juice instead of the heavy syrup type. Thank you!!!!!



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