Grandma's 6-Ingredient Peach Cobbler Recipe Is Old-Fashioned Goodness by Donna John

a year ago

Grandma's 6-Ingredient Peach Cobbler Recipe Is Old-Fashioned Goodness

Peach cobbler is one of those good old-fashioned desserts that everyone loves. And even if you can't get your hands on fresh peaches, you can still make a warm bowl of peach cobbler any time of year. 

My grandma and my mom both made this easy peach cobbler recipe. You can have a warm bowl of delicious dessert ready in no time. 

Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 40 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes


Here's how to make it:

  1. Melt butter in a 2-quart baking dish.
  2. In a mixing bowl, combine the sugar, flour and baking powder. Add milk.
  3. Pour the batter over the butter. Do not stir.
  4. Pour the peaches over the top. Do not stir.
  5. Sprinkle with cinnamon, if desired.
  6. Bake at 375 degrees F for about 40 minutes. Top individual servings with vanilla ice cream.

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Peaches $2 & Up
Ground Cinnamon $3 & Up
Flour $2 & Up
Baking Powder $2 & Up

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Kelli Porcaro
Yum! IT's 4:30 and now I'm thinking we are having Peach Cobbler for dinner! : ) Thanks Donna John
Donna John
Don't forget the vanilla ice cream on top, @kellischulte. It's super easy to make. Hope you like it!
Elisa Schmitz
This sounds ah-may-zing, Donna John! Comfort food at its finest. All your family recipes rock! Thanks for all you share.
How much milk? I don't see it listed in the ingredients.
Donna John
3/4 cup milk, @Mimislifenfood.
Thanks, Donna John. Can't wait to try this!
Donna John
Recipe note: I was talking with my mom about this recipe last week, and she said she and my grandma adjusted the sugar some to make it less sweet. I just tweaked and reflected that in the directions. They both used a 3/4 cup sugar. I use the full cup.
Tamara Banks Byrd
If you're going to use canned peaches, I think the Osage brand raggedy, ripe, freestone canned peaches taste the most like fresh peaches myself. You have to be careful with them though because sometimes there are little hard scraggly bits of the seed left behind around the edges of where the seed was removed. I just run my finger around the area where the seed was and remove them if I feel any of them. I am apparently not permitted to post a link on here as an example of what they look like but if you're interested just do a search for them in your area. They are available just about anywhere canned fruit is sold.
Donna John
Thanks for the tip!
I made this, but I drained the juice. It was more like a peach cake, but it was still delicious the next time I will include the juice.
Donna John
Yes, you've gotten have the juice in there! But glad you still enjoyed it. We love it with vanilla ice cream.
Stace Metz
This has the same ingredients as peach dump cake...which is fabulous and easier.
Donna John
Love dump cakes! That's good to know.

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