The Country Cook: Easy Peach Cobbler

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Easy Peach Cobbler

Hello again! Cris here from GOODEness Gracious and Recipes that Crock. Brandie asked me to come back and share another one of my favorite sweet treats with y'all and I was just thrilled to come back for a visit! 
  Easy Peach Cobbler 
 Since you guys seemed to like the Mini Pies I shared recently, and one can never have too many great pie or cobbler recipes in my book, I thought I'd share my VERY favorite cobbler recipe. We make this recipe all the time with all kinds of flavors, but in honor of my Dad, I will share his very favorite-- Skillet Peach Cobbler-- with you today. This cobbler recipe is not only easy to throw together, it tastes incredible!
peach skillet 
1  (15 oz.) can peaches in heavy syrup
1 cup All-Purpose flour
1 cup sugar
1 cup milk
2 tsp baking powder
pinch of salt
1/2 cup butter, melted

Heat peaches in syrup and set aside. Mix remaining ingredients except butter in a separate bowl. Pour butter into bottom of a cast iron skillet or 8 x8 dish. Add batter. Pour peaches evenly on top and do not mix. Bake at 400 degrees until golden and set, 20-30 minutes. If you enjoy cobbler, you have to give our other versions of this recipe a try-- you won't regret it!
   Simple Cherry Cobbler 
These individual Easy Cherry Cobblers are as cute as can be and will fly off the tray in no time flat.

   Pumpkin Pie Cobbler
 This Pumpkin Skillet Cobbler is ah-mazing good. It is fall in a skillet. 
If you love pumpkin pie, you have to try it!
And here's a slow cooker version! Slow Cooker Pumpkin Spoon Cake.



  1. That looks lovely! Nothing like classic peach cobbler :)

  2. Can you use fresh peaches

  3. I, too, would like to know if fresh peaches, apples, etc could be used?Gloria

  4. How fun! Those cranberry extract lemon sweet ones audio fairly awesome! I'm doing biscuits with my mom in law this end of the week, might need to discover the formula for those
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  5. Brandi, I've got a real weakness for cobblers! I'm really eyeing your pumpkin one since I've never made one, but all of these looks truly amazing!!

  6. By the way I think the batter topping (verses pie crust) like this peach cobbler has, is the best kind! It's the only way my mom has ever made it! ;)

  7. my granny had almost this same thing but its,1 cup sugar,1 cup self rising flour,1 cup milk(i use fat free milk and peaches in water and half sugar and half stevia)and a stick of butter.melt the butter in the pan you are going to bake in.coat the pan with the butter,pour the rest in a mixing pan,add cup of sugar,cup of flour,cup of milk,and 1 can of peaches(or whatever fruit you choose)mix well(no flour lumps left)bake at 350 for 30 mins,then keep a check on till its good and brown and( almost completely) set in the can sprinkle stevia and cinnamon on top or not, its good no matter what.

  8. I made this same recipe w/self-rising flour because I rarely have all purpose flour. It was pretty good and easy to make.

  9. Hello there! Cris here from Goodeness Gracious. For those asking about fresh fruit the answer is absolutely! The recipe calls for a large can of pie filling or fruit in heavy syrup which measures out to about two cups or so, So if I were using fresh I would cook down 3-4 cups fresh fruit with 1/3 to 1/2 cup sugar (depending on how sweet you want it) until the sugar becomes a nice syrup. I would probably cook apples a little longer than peaches so they soften up a bit before going in the oven. Hope that helps!

    1. what is you cant have sugar can you use Stevia instead

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  11. I make that with canned blackberries. Love, love, love! Havining some stitching friends in on Friday -- think I'll have to make this...Barbara

  12. Did you pour in the thick syrup (from the peach can) as well? I can't tell from the recipe. Thanks


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