Mom’s Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe

Good morning!

I have a deeeelicious dessert to share with you today.

I grew up with this and probably make it once or twice a month as it is a family favorite.

Mom's Easy Peach Cobbler

Forget about any New Year’s Resolution.

Well, don’t forget about it, just don’t worry about it.   We are all entitled to treat ourselves once in a while.

And this does have peaches Winking smile 

Step by step (and I am not kidding when I say this is easy…)

1.  Melt:

  • 1/2 cup butter in a deep baking dish.

Easy Peach Cobbler By Turnstyle Vogue

2. Combine the following:

  • 1 cup sugar
  • 3/4 cup flour
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • pinch of salt
  • 3/4 cup milk

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3.  Pour the batter over the melted butter – BUT DO NOT STIR!

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4.  Add:

  • One 29 oz. can of peaches(do not drain) over the batter – BUT DO NOT STIR! I prefer to use peaches packed in syrup, rather than water, but both will work.  

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5.  It should look like this…

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6.  Bake at 350° for one hour until it looks like this… (if you choose to double the recipe, then increase baking time by 15-20 minutes.)

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7.  Let it sit for 30 minutes and then enjoy. 

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Don’t forget the vanilla ice cream!

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  1. Oh Shari ,you’re killing me! It’s 6:30 in the morning and I have to have this peach cobbler……….Now. It looks fabulous………thanks.

  2. Kathy Roloff says:

    This looks delicious, easy to have the ingredients on hand. One question, do we drain the peaches or add the liquid?
    BFF, kathy

  3. Shari Milam says:

    Oh, my…my mom’s recipe too! Been making it forever. Just baked it for a friend this week! Perfect go-to recipe. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Yummy and easy. What’s not to like? Can’t wait to try it!

  5. Have to pin this, cobblers are like Brawns favorite desserts.


  6. Do I really have to let it sit for 30 minutes??? You don’t understand, this is my absolutely favourite dessert. Anyone who knows me will tell you, I will knock you over for peach anything!!!
    Funny story. While visiting my mother ( I did not grow up with her) in a 1/2 horse town in North Central Florida, I went with her to a small country church and met the most adorable Amish woman. Boy could she cook. I grew up in the Caribbean and NYC. Far cry from country anything. I fell in luv with her cooking ( the Amish lady) She made me banana bread, peach cobbler, zucchini bread….. she never shared the recipes over the years of my visit. he died and took it all in her head. Nothing was ever written down. But I watched her do the cobbler…… just like your Mom’s. I have searched for this recipe for 21 years!!!! Thank you.. thank you Shari !!! No really. From the bottom of my heart.
    PPssstttt just bought a can of peaches last night . SWEET!!!!
    ((HUGS)) BIG HUGS!!! Gee

  7. Love peach cobbler and just wonder why you don’t stir the ingredients together to blend it before you pour the peaches in or did I misread the recipe? Will have to try this sometime soon. Do you drain the peaches before you add them?

    I have made the recipe for peach cobbler using Bisquick before and love that one. Even make Impossible pies using Bisquick? They are yummy!

  8. OMGosh! You’re starving me. I love this recipe and make it every once in a while. I’ve even made it using frozen peaches and some water and a little extra sugar when I didn’t have canned peaches. Now. I’m going to have to make this. I’m so hungry for it. Thanks a lot. :p

  9. Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. says:

    Oh my that looks good! And definitely don’t forget the ice cream!