Peach Cobbler. This works fantastic with any of your favorite fruits! A really pleasing dessert best served warm with a blob of your favorite ice cream!
Peach Cobbler. All I can say is WOW! This peach cobbler recipe is absolutely delicious.
Of course, when peaches are in season, make this recipe using fresh peaches. In the winter months, feel free to use canned or frozen peach slices.
This peach cobbler is very easy to make and is certainly heartwarming.
You can serve this with some of our lovely homemade custard, or some fresh whipped cream, a blob of vanilla ice cream or simply eat it on its own. Whichever way you decide to serve this, it will be tasty!
This is also a great dish to take along to a potluck, a family Thanksgiving gathering, Church lunches and so on.
You can transport it in the same dish you use to bake it, or if you wish, you can use a disposable baking dish.
Sally tells me this peach cobbler is a family favorite and she's adapted the recipe over the years as her children have grown to suit their taste.
Sally has used Fresh peaches bought at her local Farmer's Market.
Thanks very much, Sally for sharing.
Recipe by Sally Hall
45 minutes (optional if pre-baking)
4 - 6 Persons
Equipment you need
This makes an 8 x 8 cobbler and can be doubled for a 13 x 9 pan
2 cups / 285 g peeled and diced peaches
¾ / 150 g cup Sugar
¼ cup /55 g Butter
½ cup / 100 g Sugar
½ cup / 60 g Self-raising flour
½ cup/ 120 ml Evaporated Milk
1. Preheat oven to 350 F / 180 C/ Gas 4
2. Spray glass pan with non-stick spray. Melt Butter, then add sugar and fruit.
Taste to see if sweet enough for your liking can always add more sugar but can’t take away.
You can skip the pre-baking of the fruit if you prefer more texture. Pre-baking will soften the fruit and make it more buttery. You can choose!
3. Bake the fruit filling for 45-60 minutes, stirring once or twice. Remove from oven to add the crust.
4. In a small bowl add the sugar, flour and mix well. Add the evaporated milk and mix again.
5. Return to oven and bake for another 20-30 minutes (same temp). Test with a fork to make sure it’s cooked through.
*this cobbler can be adapted for most fresh fruit.
Canned fruit can also be used in a pinch but won’t have the same taste as fresh.
This is absolutely wonderful with a dollop of vanilla ice cream (it’s how I hooked my husband!)
We'd love to hear from you and what you thought of Sally's Peach Cobbler recipe. Did you make any changes or add some other goodies? Let us know in the comments below. Thanks for reading and happy cooking!
Easy Peach Cobbler
This works fantastic with any of your favorite fruits! A really pleasing dessert best served warm with a blob of your favorite ice cream!
- 2 cups / 285 g peeled and diced peaches
- ¾ / 150 g cup Sugar
- ¼ cup /55 g Butter
- ½ cup / 100 g Sugar
- ½ cup / 60 g Self raising flour
- ½ cup / 120 ml Evaporated Milk
- Preheat oven to 350 F / 180 C/ Gas 4
- Spray glass pan with non-stick spray. Melt Butter, then add sugar and fruit. Taste to see if sweet enough for your liking, can always add more sugar but can’t take away.
You can skip the pre baking of the fruit if you prefer more texture. Pre baking will soften the fruit and make it more buttery. You can choose!
- Bake for 45-60 minutes, stirring once or twice. Remove from oven to add the crust.
- In a small bowl add the sugar, flour and mix well. Add the evaporated milk and mix again.
- Return to oven and bake for another 20-30 minutes (same temp). Test with fork to make sure it’s cooked through.
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 6 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 285Total Fat: 9gSaturated Fat: 6gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 26mgSodium: 201mgCarbohydrates: 50gFiber: 1gSugar: 42gProtein: 3g
Nutrition information isn’t always accurate
Amazing Cobblers and Crumble Recipes
Here's a selection of our very best Amazing Cobblers and Crumble Recipes.
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Papa's Blueberry Cobbler, a great easy dessert, packed with blueberries and topped with a buttery cobbler topping. Delicious served warm with cream or ice cream
Pear Almond Crumble. It's got a nice refreshing taste, easy to make and great with ice cream or custard. Very delicious!
Delicious Apple Crumble Bars. These are absolutely out of this world! Chunks of apple filling on a lovely shortbread base and topped off with a delicious crumble. Really easy recipe too!
Best Ever Rhubarb Crumble. A delicious easy dessert with juicy sweet and tangy rhubarb and a crisp, crunchy topping. A perfect pudding made from scratch.
Packed full of goodies, super easy recipe and so pretty too! This is really good served warm or cold with ice cream or whipped cream.
M C Millersays:
Why is your web site so slow. I would think with all the advertising and as long as you have been at it, you could have a better site by now.
Hi there. Please take a look tat Step 3 of the instructions. It tells you to remove from the oven to add the crust, (the crust is a term used for the topping on a dish) which will go on top of the peaches (as you can see in the photo).
Hope this helps.
On another note, I have checked the website speed and it is running at ‘normal’, so in other words, not slow at all. You may want to check your own browser or clear your cache/cookies as this will speed up loading times, independent of how long I have ‘been at it’ or any advertising.
The website is relatively new, only just over 2 years old, which is young, and I build it myself, so I am aware of site speeds and each page is fully optimized to load as fast as possible.
I think you are doing an amazing job!! I don’t know why other’s critize. It takes time to perfect things. Keep up the good work ??????
M C Millersays:
Horrible instructions. Do you sprinke the dough over the cobbler, mix it in or what???
You seem to have a chip on your shoulder
Instructions are perfect, can’t wait to try this. Adding to my recipe box now, glad it is peach season!