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Super Easy Peach Cobbler

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There are three reasons why this fantastic Peach Cobbler can become one of your favorite recipes – it’s super tasty, super simple and super economic. You don’t believe me? Try it and tell me if I was right!

There are three reasons why this fantastic Peach Cobbler can become one of your favorite recipes – it’s super tasty, super simple and super economic.

Maybe I said something like this in my previous posts, but after the first bite of this fantastic Peach Cobbler, my husband and I had a unanimous conclusion, it is one of the most delicious desserts I ever made!

You don’t believe me? It doesn’t cost a thing to try it yourself and here are a few more things which will surely not leave you untouched.

There are three reasons why this fantastic Peach Cobbler can become one of your favorite recipes – it’s super tasty, super simple and super economic.

Except being so tasty, this Peach Cobbler is so simple to make that it will be an easy job even for a person that never visited the kitchen. Count it yourself! How much time do you need to mix a cup of flour, a cup of milk, a cup of sugar and a teaspoon of baking powder, and then pour that mix over melted butter and over all that, add the peaches from the can? All in all two or three minutes and you are ready for baking it in the oven.

There are three reasons why this fantastic Peach Cobbler can become one of your favorite recipes – it’s super tasty, super simple and super economic.

What is also a big plus for this recipe is the price of this fruit. If you take into consideration that the most expensive thing is butter and that ,except maybe the peaches, you already have everything in your pantry, it’s clear that Peach Cobbler is a super economic recipe.

And now, count everything up and you get a simple solution – super delicious, super easy and economic! If you have doubted until now, I’m sure that this beautiful Peach Cobbler will surely be one of your favorite recipes for this summer! Anyway, enough talk! Let the baking begin!!!

There are three reasons why this fantastic Peach Cobbler can become one of your favorite recipes – it’s super tasty, super simple and super economic.

Super Easy Peach Cobbler

Delicious Peach Cobbler can become one of your favorite recipes – it’s super tasty, super simple and super economic.

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1 15 oz. can sliced peaches-drained

1/2 cup butter-melted

1 cup flour

1 cup sugar

1 cup milk

1 teaspoon baking powder


  • Preheat oven to 350 F.
  • Pour melted butter into 8x8 baking dish.
  • Mix flour, sugar, baking powder and milk to combine, then pour the batter over the melted butter. (do not stir!)
  • Place the peaches on top of the batter and bake about 30 minutes, until golden brown.
Recipe Type: Dessert

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    1. Here's what I found searching it online: In baked goods, you generally want to substitute 1/4 cup to 1/3 cup coconut flour for 1 cup grain-based flour. You will also need to increase the number of eggs.
  1. This has been my cobbler recipe for over 40 years, my husband's grandmother made it and everyone in the family uses no other recipe for cobbler. I use fresh fruit and if you use selfrising flour you can leave out the baking powder. Great cobbler!!
    1. I used this recipe for years and lost the recipe. I believe this is the one. I tried the Allrecipes one and it did not call for baking powder and it eas a total fail!!! So excited to make this tonight!!!!
  2. I use self rising flour. I don't use any baking powder. I don't drain the peaches. I double the recipe. I bake for one hour at 400°. We have a big family and this turned out delicious every time. It's one of her favorites! My mother-in-law passed the recipe down to me. It's been used in our family for 50+ years.
  3. Can you do this with other fruits? I'm thinking apple or cherry cobbler with a can of fruit pie filling. Do you think it will work?
  4. Mine didn't turn out after 30mins. It was still very runny, and I did drain the peaches, but they were fresh frozen from my peach tree not canned. I let them thaw.
    1. I'm sorry Rosemary, maybe you should bake it a litlle longer because every oven is different and baking time also depend on baking dish you use, or it might be the problem because frozen peaches.
    2. I like to use some of the juice, say at least half of it, and mix in a couple tablespoons of tapioca for thickening, as in pies, the amounts can be found on the box. It makes for more yummy fruity-ness, and this also works with other fruits like cherries etc. Just tweak it to your own tastes. Yes I believe it needs to bake longer as well.
      1. Nancy, good idea to use juice and add tapioca. I don't like to waste anything. I will try with fresh peaches and a bit of tapioca..maybe even nuke the fresh peaches a bit, for a head start.
  5. I have used this recipe for years! It's the only one I use! I actually drizzle a couple tablespoons of juice from the can of peaches over the top and sprinkle a little cinnamon on it before baking. Mine usually bakes closer to 40-45 min. Like you said, every oven is different. Served warm with vanilla ice cream! Then cold the next morning for breakfast!!!!!
  6. Made this for my boyfriend last night and since we can't resist chocolate we added dark chocolate chips on top of the cake mix-- highly recommend! Thanks for the recipe!!
  7. I don't know what I did wrong but I didn't care for this cobbler. I like the old fashioned cobbler like my mother always made.
  8. Mine also turned out quite runny and doughy and I even drained my can of peaches. I baked mine for 45 mins maybe even longer. :/
  9. Maybe the ones that were runny didn't use real butter. Some margarine s have too much oil and water in them. Going to try this recipe tomorrow for Sunday dessert.
  10. I have been doing this recipe for years. It IS amazing. the recipe given to me used the heavy syrup 28 oz can of peaches and after placing the peaches on the batter, I pour the liquid over all and bake. Yea Amazing!!!
  11. This is the recipe I've been using since I was in high school and I'm old! lol To make it even easier I also have used the yellow butter cake box mix. And when using peaches be sure to use a tiny bit of almond extract. You don't want anyone to figure out what the flavor is but it really enhances the peach taste.
  12. This IS a good recipe and has been for over 30 years! We used to call it fruit cocktail cake or Cuppa Cuppa Cake. You can use any canned fruit you like. You need 1/2 tsp. salt or it is pretty bland. By the way, the word you have spelled requiered is spelled required and this recipe is definitely ECONOMICAL to make; not economic.
  13. YOU ARE AWESOME! found this on Pintrest and my boyfriend was 1) surprised I actually baked something and 2) LOVES it!Thanks again!
  14. We made this with 2 cups of fresh peeled sliced peaches. It was too much for my 8x8 pan (good thing I thought to put a cookie sheet under it!) so it overflowed a tad and it did take 50 min to bake until golden brown but IT WAS DELICIOUS!!! I am going to up the fresh peaches to 4 cups and keep everything else the same but put it in a 9x13 pan. Should help the baking time and make it more fruit and less cake. I can't wait to make it again. Thank you for the recipe! It was really quick and easy to throw together and it reheated nicely the next day.
  15. Fresh peaches are better but either works. The old recipe doesn't use baking powder. And only use a small amount of the cup of sugar in the batter. Sprinkle the rest on top before putting in oven. Carmalizes and makes an even better crust. Homemade ice cream or ice cream tops it perfectly.
  16. Iv used this recipe for years my family loves it. Every time we have a family gathering I am asked to bake peach cobbler. I use half of the juice to make it a little moist . Comes out fantastic every time. Iv even used blueberries its good also.
  17. Can this be made in a crock pot instead? I haven't bought a new baking dish since my old one broke, so I have been trying to find recipes that can be made in a crock pot instead.
      1. I was able to make this recipe in the crock pot and it turned out pretty good! It took 3 hours on low heat, but it was a hit with the in laws!
    1. I am wondering the same thing. I made it and folded the flour in a little bit. It didn't turn out so great that way, had pockets of flour on top uncooked after it was done. It was still good, just a little messed up. My question is dump it in untouched into the butter?
  18. This really is delicious! I used self rising flour and made it even easier! Just 1 of everything.....stick of butter, cup of flour (sr), cup of sugar,cup of milk, then fruit of your choice! That's it!
  19. Love this recipe. Over the last 30 years, I have used this recipe a lot to make various fruit cobblers. To give the crust more flavor, add 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon to dry ingredients before adding milk.
  20. I'm a little confused because in the pictures it looks like you used a 13x9" pan but the recipe calls for 8x8". Was the recipe doubled for the pictures? I saw a few comments saying that doubling the recipe made it enough for a 13x9". Thanks
  21. Is the cobbler supposed to be mushy in the middle (The batter?) I made the recipe exactly to the directions and it looks super runny.It has now been in the oven for 1 hour leaving it in for 15 more...hoping it turns out?Do you let it set after it comes out of the oven?
    1. Never mind after waiting 1hour 30 mines they are now burnt on the edges and very very raw in the middle...a waste. I just pitched them.
  22. I have this recipe from an old church cook book. It's my "go to" recipe when I want a quick and easy dessert......and it's so good. I usually add frozen blueberries on top, but when I do add peaches, I add some cinnamon to the batter when mixing. I do drain the juice off.
  23. Looks so good. I will have to try. And I have everything I need to bake thank you. Great for drop in company
    1. My grandson is diabetic as well. I always use (Splenda for baking) no one notices that the difference. Good luck! Mine turns out every time.

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