Peach cobbler with canned peaches

Peach cobbler with canned peaches:- You won’t find a more perfect and straightforward peach cobbler recipe than this one. In a rich sauce, a cobbler with a small crunch that is topped with delicious peaches. Simply said, it is a dream come true!

Only six ingredients are required for the dish! You won’t believe how easy it is to combine everything directly in the pan that it bakes in because it is so straightforward!

Getting ready for some handmade sweetness is a must when you indulge in this traditional dessert.


Peach cobbler with canned peaches

I will begin by stating that I have never been a fan of cobblers even though I have tried them. That is, until I tried out this recipe that was given to me by my mother-in-law.

In general, I do not enjoy the excessive amount of biscuity crust.However, the majority of this recipe consists of the pudding, with only a small amount of the sweet crust.

Believe me when I say that you should give this simple homemade peach cobbler a shot!



I have to say that peaches are my absolute favorite fall fruit of all time. To my mind, there is nothing more delicious than a luscious, fresh peach that has just been picked from the tree.During this time of year, it is imperative that I prepare all of the delicious peach delicacies that are available.

The no-bake peach dessert that my friend makes, peach pie, peach tart, and of course, good old-fashioned peaches and cream are some of the peach recipes that I enjoy the most.

Adding peaches to breakfast is something that I enjoy doing as well, whether it be in a bowl of oatmeal or in this mouthwatering peach stuffed french toast.

These mouthwatering recipes are the reason why I adore the season of peaches.

But you don’t have to wait for fresh peaches to be in season to make this old fashioned peach cobbler recipe because it’s made with canned peaches.

That’s right, make it any old time you want. It’s sooo good.



This easy recipe is made with simple ingredients that you probably already have on hand.

  • butter (I use salted butter)
  • all purpose flour
  • baking powder
  • sugar
  • milk
  • peaches with juice



All right, let’s get started with this simple recipe for cobbler.

To begin, take a cube of butter and chop it into smaller chunks. Place the butter in a baking dish that is 9 by 13 inches.

Make sure to put it in the oven while it is heating up to 400 degrees.

Following the melting of the butter, immediately add the flour, baking powder, sugar, and milk to the pan and whisk them together until they are combined.It’s time to start eating the peaches now. Personally, I prefer to use peaches that I have canned at myself, but a store-bought can of 29 ounces is a wonderful alternative.

It is imperative that the peaches be sliced before to their addition, if they have not already been sliced.On top of the batter, add the peaches that have been sliced.

The next step is to pour the peach juice over the entire affair.

NOTE: DO NOT STIR! In spite of the fact that it will appear rather peculiar, that is exactly how it is intended to appear.


See Also: Easy Winter Spice Vanilla Pudding with Brandied Whipped Cream Recipe


To finish, place it in the oven and bake it at 400 degrees for thirty-five minutes, or until it starts to become a golden brown color.

“The magic happens while it bakes,” she said.

A delicious pudding-like sauce is created when the peaches and liquid are allowed to sink to the bottom of the dish, while the batter rises to the top to form the finished cobbler.



  • 1 stick butter (1/2 cup)
  • 1 cup flour
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • 2 cups sugar
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 quart peaches WITH juice



  1. Slice butter into smaller pieces and melt it in 9×13 pan while the oven is preheating to 400.
  2. Stir flour, baking powder, sugar and milk into the melted butter, right in the pan.
  3. If peaches are not sliced, slice them before adding.
  4. Add peach slices and juice on top. DO NOT STIR IN JUICE.
  5. Bake at 400 for 35 minutes or just until golden brown.



If you don’t have a quart of home canned peaches, a 29 oz can of peaches is a good substitute.





Fat (grams)

15.78 g

Sat. Fat (grams)

9.88 g

Carbs (grams)

50.15 g

Fiber (grams)

1.07 g

Net carbs

49.07 g

Sugar (grams)

41.20 g

Protein (grams)

2.42 g

Sodium (milligrams)

224.49 mg

Cholesterol (grams)

41.71 mg

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