Grandma's Peach Cobbler Recipe
This peach cobbler with canned peaches is easy enough to make on a weeknight when you need a yummy dessert the whole family will enjoy.
Canned peaches makes this dessert a year-round treat. Serve it warm with a scoop of ice cream. It tastes great cold too!
Make a cobbler just like grandma used to make with this quick and easy recipe for peach cobbler.
This is actually now my go to peach cobbler recipe. I've Made it exactly as is and it's great just as written. I usually tweak it by sprinkling just a bit of cinnamon and sugar on the peaches first but you cant tweak a recipe then rate it. I give it 5 stars as written. It's the easiest recipe and after mastering the topping for this I use the same one for my homeade blackberry and other fruit cobblers. Last Thanksgiving I accidentally left out the salt since I just make my own self rising flour. I was so embarrassed to take it to Thanksgiving but hubby talked me into it anyway and STILL got raves! Several people said it was the best cobbler they ever had. Do not add any liquid to the dough. It's a strange recipe but make it exactly as written the first time before you tweak it. You wont be sorry.
Quick and easy peach crisp is the perfect dessert for any night of the week.
I can't believe how tasty and easy to prepare this was. I served it to a friend and she has talked about this cobbler to everyone. And to think, it's made with canned peaches. I am making it again today but this time I am going to try it with canned pears. I hope it's taste just a great as the peach did. Update: Made it with canned pears and it was very good. I even made it with fresh blueberries and it was very tasty too. I even made it once with all purpose flour (accidently) and my family even ate that but I don't recommend doing that. I baked that joker for more than an hour and it still didn't look done.
So easy to make a caveman can do it. I printed the recipe and left it on the countertop. The next day, my husband made it and pronounced it to be just like mom's. Next time we would sprinkle some cinnamon over top of peaches before adding the flour. I would also prefer a little less flour 2/3 C and the rest oatmeal to give it more of a crisp topping - this was a bit thick for me. Am curious if you didn't have self rising flour how much baking powder & soda one would need to add. First experience we had with this type of flour and it does save a step.
Sweet Georgia peaches are topped with homemade biscuits creating a bubbling Southern-style peach cobbler perfect for summer nights.
Reminds me of peach cobblers I had as a kid and was a bit hit with my grandchildren