Easy Peach Cobbler

  • texascottage Posted: 06/29/09
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    Oh, this is sooooo very tasty!!! This is real summer comfort food. It just wouldn't be summer without this cobbler....topped with a heaping scoop of vanilla ice cream. mmmm!

  • DixieDishrag Posted: 08/16/10
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    I've been making this for at least 20 years. I've never found a better cobbler, so I just stick with the tried and true. I make it in the winter with 2 cans of peaches (drain only one) or with one can of undrained sour pitted cherries. I also make it in a cast iron Dutch oven when we're camping. Yum.

  • maddi2 Posted: 08/15/10
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    This is a quick and easy recipe. I usually do not put as much sugar as called for because the fruit is pretty sweet. I have also made this using a biscuit mix, and have added vanilla and/or almond extract. It's great!!!

  • HBryant Posted: 08/30/10
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    I did just like everyone suggested...I used 1 c sugar for the dough and 1/2 c sugar for the peaches. I also didn't have lemon juice so I substituted lime juice instead. It was wonderful. A big hit! Definitely will add to my recipe box.

  • Lindzkat1 Posted: 08/30/10
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    This may be the best recipe I've ever made. It is so delicious. I took everyone's advice regarding only using 1/2c of sugar in the pot with the peaches, and I also agree that it could use more peaches.

  • sritter Posted: 08/31/10
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    This was easy and yummy. I agree with the reviews that suggested using less sugar and butter. I wish more recipes included the nutritional information, clearly this is a special treat.

  • chef1greg Posted: 02/16/09
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    This recipe is absolutely fabulous. One of the best food dishes I have ever made. It is so easy to make and so delicious. I recommend it to everyone for any reason. I think you could double the peaches easily and still have an incredible cobbler.

  • heathermahoney Posted: 08/23/09
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    I've been trying to find a peach cobbler recipe that would taste like a cobbler I had years ago, and this is the closest yet, I absolutely loved it! Delicious and very easy to make. I did peel the peaches before boiling them.

  • adykt14 Posted: 07/25/10
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    Great recipe!! Especially warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream! I use less sugar with really ripe peaches; not so ripe peaches may take the full amount. Consistently awesome.

  • bears4me Posted: 06/30/09
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    This recipe could be adjusted, as noted, but was wonderful - something that everyone loves - and great summer dessert!

  • kel00007 Posted: 08/29/10
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    This was a great receipe. I don't think I used enough peaches, but I wouldn't mind adding plenty extra to this recipe. A great reception from family, will make again.

  • JaneBran Posted: 07/03/10
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    This pie is delicious! I added 1/4 t. almond extract just for "luck."

  • loriannkitchen Posted: 07/12/09
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    This Easy Peach Cobbler is delicious. I made the cobbler for a group picnic, and everyone raved about how good it was! I did use less sugar, cutting the total amount used to 1 1/2 cups instead of 2 cups. I thought this cobbler was just right with this amount of sugar, and wasn't too sweet. I also peeled the peaches. As I recall, the recipe wasn't specific about this. An easy recipe to make, which is nice for a summer picnic. If I made this cobbler for company coming to my house, I would probably serve it with vanilla ice cream on top. I will certainly make this cobbler again.

  • MereGall Posted: 09/15/09
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    This is my new favorite peach cobbler recipe. I do cut down on the butter a bit and it bakes faster than recommended. Yum! My son (7) loves to make this.

  • Daniellelee Posted: 06/27/10
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    Just one word - Wow!

  • jmmokc Posted: 05/30/09
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    In agreement with other reviewers, too sweet as written. Cut sugar back to 2/3 c. for both batter and peaches, add 2 tsp. cornstarch to peaches, cut baking powder to 2 tsp, add 1/2 tsp. vanilla to batter and use 1/4 c. cooked peach juice + 3/4 c. milk for batter. Now it's perfect, like Grandma made!

  • No Longer Registered Posted: 07/29/09
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    I thought this cobbler was fantastic. It was very simple to prepare and paired perfectly with vanilla ice cream! It is one of my favorite things I've baked so far, and I'll definitely keep it on file.

  • cjbuddy Posted: 09/07/10
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    Super easy and yummy! I literally threw it together in about 15 minutes. I cut it in half and put 1/3 cup sugar in the pastry and the peaches. Great use of peaches from the farmers market. Yum!

  • Lou Bear Posted: 08/09/10
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    This is my second attempt, and recipe, for peach cobbler and will be my keeper. I halved the recipe as it was only feeding four people. I made it in a 9x9 in dish and reduced the cooking time to 25-30 minutes then let it stand for 10 minutes. It is quite sweet so I will cut the sugar a bit next time. It is great with coffee or ice cream for dessert.

  • Blackwell Posted: 09/07/09
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    This is a great Man-Dish. You can make this for your girlfriend or you buddies during an outing, it's an impressive dessert. Personally i think this is best served cool, and I add 1 cup of light brown sugar (instead of white) with the peach sauce. Really top notch stuff with cinnamon.

  • elenaash Posted: 01/24/10
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    I took the suggestions made by others -- less sugar and more peaches -- and it was superb. It got rave reviews. Some even said it was best peach cobbler they had ever had.

  • ngarbie Posted: 08/20/10
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    This recipe was delicious...however, the consistency was more of a bread pudding than a cobbler. I cut down the sugar to 2/3 C (for both the batter and the filling) and added blueberries which helped counter the sweetness. Would probably cut down the sugar to 1/2 C each the next time I make this.

  • Ulla12 Posted: 08/20/10
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    Awesome!!!!!!!! My husband loved, loved this dessert & so eaasy!!!! Thank you!!!!!

  • chocorange Posted: 08/15/10
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    I made this cobbler for a party and everybody raved about it. Based on the recommendation of other reviews I used more peaches (~5.5 cups) and less sugar in both the batter and peach mixture, it still came out sweet enough. Very easy and quick to prepare. Next time I will try reducing the amount of butter.

  • HopesMom Posted: 09/13/10
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    One word: Outstanding!

  • amberjasmine Posted: 08/21/10
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    very easy to make, easy to follow recipe. was worried about amoutnt of sugar content, but worked out just right. the recipe is good for any dinner dessert. i served right from oven with no extra sause. even cold was good with no extra sauce. would i make it again...you betcha. mmmm good.

  • dawn1938 Posted: 06/07/10
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    I enjoy almost all the summer fruits, but peaches are at the top of the list & this is a fine recipe

  • judym2 Posted: 09/04/10
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    I made this cobbler last night. Used way too much sugar, and didn't see the "divide sugar" until too late. But it was okay. Next time will use more fruit, and less sugar. What a goof I was...had with vanilla ice cream.

  • papajen Posted: 08/24/10
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    I had white peaches which have a slightly more tart flavor. The first time I made this I followed the recipe exactly. I tried making this a second time using half of the sugar on the peaches and doubled the batter recipe with 1.5c sugar vs. 2c. I also found I didn't need any lemon. It was great!!!

  • VanCanCook Posted: 08/13/10
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    so easy and so good. i've made this plenty of times regular night dinners, parties, pot lucks and it never failed. followed the recipe to the T...satisfaction guarantee!

  • HeartGem Posted: 08/17/10
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    I've made this recipe for over 40 years. It is by far the best I've ever found. Also try it with blueberries, or add some blueberries to the peaches. Very pretty, very tasty and a nutritional boost!

  • Dana48 Posted: 09/05/10
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    This is one of the very best and easier receipes I've made in a long time. It really does taste like a cobbler I remember my mom and grandma making. Superbe! I would make it again in a heartbeat! Nothing needs to be adjusted for a great taste on fresh peaches. We had bar-b-q ribs for main dish. What a great dessert for a finish.

  • rocknmama Posted: 12/24/10
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    I was looking for a peach cobbler recipe just like my mom made me when I was a kid... This one is it - Only BETTER!!! Love it! Super easy and tastes amazing!

  • evab94 Posted: 10/09/10
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    This recipe was very easy to follow, ingredients are on hand and a crowd pleaser. I made this recipe for my family and co-workers and they loved it! It is a great recipe for any occassion and makes your house smell wonderful..serve with vanilla ice cream and its delicious.

  • LiMarie Posted: 09/10/10
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    It was my first time making Peach Cobbler and it was amazing. My neighbors were very impressed!

  • kesims Posted: 10/09/10
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    This was a fabulous and easy recipe. I didn't cook the peaches beforehand, just put them in the recipe fresh without the added sugar and it still turned out wonderful. My husband and daughter both raved and ate the whole thing in just two days.

  • JessieRabbit Posted: 09/17/10
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    This was amazing! I added frozen blackberries and absolutely fell in love. Now, I want to make a "just peach" one for my father in law who lives in NM while we live in CO. We're going to NM next weekend and I want to bring him a cobbler for his birthday but he will be gone all week. Can I leave the cobbler in his freezer already baked? I know its ok to do it raw but I don't trust his baking skills. LoL Also, what would reheating instructions be? Thanks!

  • AKerfoot Posted: 10/01/10
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    This is the peach cobbler my mom always made and was a smash at every 4th of July party. So when I grew up and moved away from home I called my mom and asked her to give me her recipe. I thought it was some kind of family secret. But she said "no! just google Easy Peach Cobbler Southern Living and it's the first one." This one!! A hit EVERYTIME! Enjoy!

  • Janellemc Posted: 09/10/10
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    Yummy!!! This was fabulous!! We served this to guests with vanilla ice cream and everyone raved about it. This one is definitely a keeper!!

  • sugardoo Posted: 01/12/11
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    I followed this perfectly and it boiled over. I did substitute 3 cans of peaches (drained) but made sure it measured 4 cups. This was a drippy, gooey disaster- I just don't understand how nobody else had a problem with it.

  • MichaelG43 Posted: 10/21/10
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    This is a classic! Real Easy and GooooooD. I added a good splash of Tuaca Liqueur and half sugar on the peaches because they were sweet and ripe. I also put some cinnamon and a hint of nutmeg in the batter, turned out awwwesome!

  • Regina21 Posted: 01/01/11
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    I just made this and it's really good. I used only 1/2 c sugar in the peaches. I served with pork stir fry, next time I will use less butter. This is pantry friendly and for sure it's easy.

  • sweetg48 Posted: 03/21/11
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    was quick easy good i added a tablespoon of vanilla extract and 3 tablespoons of brown sugar to the peach mixture

  • grandmakath Posted: 05/13/11
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    BEEN MAKING THIS WONDERFUL DESSERT FOR YEARS. IT'S BEEN PASSED DOWN FROM GENERATION TO GENERATION. I DON'T KNOW ANYONE WHO DOESN'T LIKE THIS ONCE THEY SAMPLE IT WARM WITH A SCOOP OF ICE CREAM.

  • MWPow6274 Posted: 05/23/11
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    I made this peach cobbler on Saturday 05/21/2011. This was a very easy to follow recipe. I also reduced the sugar to 1 cup and it was perfect. My husband usually do not eat dessert but he almost ate the whole pan. My daughter also ate her share. Needless to say I only got to eat 1 portion. I'll definetely be making this cobbler again.

  • SteffB Posted: 04/15/11
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    Awesome awesome awesome!!!

  • TiffyRenee Posted: 05/05/11
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    Amazing! Everyone in my family loves it and it's easy to make, too! So glad I found this recipe. (:

  • sojojo Posted: 05/11/11
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    Awesome and Delicious! One of my favorite desserts and the best peach cobbler ever!!! According to my calculations the nutrition facts for this recipe are as follows: per serving 237 calories (based on 10 servings), 37 carbohydrates, 10grams of fat, 3grams of protein. Of course these are not official calculations, I just plugged the recipe into a recipe nutrition calculator. Of course adjusting butter and sugar amounts changes these calculations.

  • CindyLW Posted: 05/11/11
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    This is the cobbler that my mom made and the only one that I've ever made. It's been made with cherries, peaches, blueberries and even fruit cocktail!! A scoop of vanilla ice cream and it's one of the best desserts!!!

  • lisam29 Posted: 06/13/11
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    Easy to make but too much sugar! The peaches are so naturally sweet. If I make it again I I will definitely half the sugar.

  • youngish Posted: 05/29/11
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    Fabulous. I used 2 large cans of peach pie filling (in place of the peaches and 1 cup sugar). Would be delicious with other pie filling as well (cherry, blueberry). Definitely a keeper!

  • pana47 Posted: 05/11/11
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    A long-time family favorite! Unless the fruit is horribly tart, we have found one cup of sugar is plenty. Absolutely substitute most any kind of firm fresh fruit that's in season. As with sweetg48, I also add vanilla extract which adds a subtle bump to the flavor. And to Sugarloo, canned fruit is too soft and retains lots of liquid, even if drained. This is probably why your batch turned out wet and soggy. Frozen peaches, thawed, with their juices, pitted cherries, or blueberries are perfectly acceptable out-of-season replacements for fresh. We've also made this cobbler with fresh pears, blueberries, mixed berries, and lightly sauteed thinly sliced apples. It's easy and always a crowd pleaser. I often pop it in the oven a bit before dinner so it's wonderfully warm when it's time to serve it. With good quality vanilla ice cream, of course.

  • JessicaK32 Posted: 07/06/11
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    This was wonderful! Perfect for a spring or summer dessert! My husband gobbled it up. Will make again and again!!

  • SuzanneM Posted: 07/10/11
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    Very easy to put together, really yummy because the peaches were so delicious. I agree with other reviewers to cut down on the sugar. The batter was too sweet, and the peaches hardly needed sweetening. It was delicious with peach ice cream. I did have a problem with the batter bubbling over the sides of the pan, and getting too hard around the edges, but family enjoyed breaking off the crispy chunks and eating them anyway. I think I will bake it for less time next time.

  • CUPCAKELOVE23 Posted: 08/20/11
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    THIS WAS SOO EASY AND SO GOOD! ADDED SOME ICE CREAM TO A WARM SLICE AND IT WAS THE PERFECT TREAT! :)

  • sonny1918 Posted: 08/21/11
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    This is the authentic cobbler of my youth. Aside from lightning up on the sugar slightly, this recipe is eazy and perfect as is

  • Bloomgirl Posted: 07/18/11
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    Perfection. It's so easy and delicious. I added cinnamon and vanilla to the peaches and reduced the sugar as per the other reviews. Try it!

  • Durhamgranny Posted: 07/30/11
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    Made this last night. My husband and I finished off l/2 before we went to bed. Best Cobbler recipe I have ever used. Durhamgranny

  • Barrybarry Posted: 07/14/11
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    This is THE best peach cobbler I've ever tasted. However, I used fresh peaches, a total of 1 cup of sugar, 1/2 and 1/2. I also used a teaspoon of vanilla extract, 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon in the batter, and salted instead of unsalted butter. To prevent overflow, I used all but 1/4 cup of the batter mixture, sprinkled a little cinnamon and sugar on top for browning and carmelization affect, cooked it in a 13x9 inch glass pan on 375 for 45 minutes. I served it warm with canned (real cream) whipped topping...yummy!

  • rtomassetti Posted: 08/09/11
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    I give it a five star, easy indeed! delicious!!! I also just used 1cup of sugar instead of 2. I'm glad because I think 2 cups would've been too much.

  • charoulli Posted: 07/31/11
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    I didn't even see the reviews before I made this. I just had some extra peaches at home and this recipe seemed easy enough. Perfect! SUPER easy, fast and delicious! What ever was left over I took to work the next day and the girls vanished before our coffee break!!!

  • MignonH Posted: 07/04/11
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    This recipe is delicious and so simple. I have never made a bad batch. Everyone asks for the recipe. I almost hate to share because it's so simple!

  • Lanaelise81 Posted: 08/09/11
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    this is unbelievably easy, and always a hit! I was surprised how the crust bakes to the top, and it's SO good!

  • TNT522 Posted: 08/22/11
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    there was too much sugar in the dough and it wasn't bready enough for me...I like biscuit-like topping and the topping was too dense. The flavor was good - although it was just sugar, peaches and cinnamon...You definitely do not need an entire stick of butter, maybe half.

  • lamick59 Posted: 08/28/11
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    Yummy good! one change I will make in the future: add a teaspoon of vanilla to either the butter or the peaches. i think the vanilla will counter act some of the baking powder flavor coming through.

  • Annalesa25 Posted: 08/10/11
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    I was in the mood to bake something and peach cobbler came into mind. I've never attempted to bake any kind of cobbler before so when i saw this recipe, i thought it looked pretty easy. This is wonderful! Best peach desert I've ever had! Perfect summer dessert!

  • jspod11 Posted: 09/08/11
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    This cobbler is so delicious and easy. My husband keeps reminding me that he really wouldn't mind if I make this cobbler again! I read a few review before I made the dish, the pointer I used was to drop the peaches in boiling water for 30-60 second to peel. What a great time saver!!!!

  • girly668 Posted: 08/21/11
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    Wow! Fabulous, and honestly, you don't need all the butter if you want to watch the calories/fat. I used half the butter (1/4 c) and it still was a little unnecessary. The fruit and cobbler is so good, its unnecessary.

  • Sandy2011 Posted: 09/13/11
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    Family LOVED it! Made it for a summer Birthday Party and it was gone in minutes!

  • leesuh13 Posted: 09/12/11
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    I read all the previous reviews and cut down the butter by half and the sugar to 3/4 of a cup. I also used half frozen and half canned peaches. It came out yummy!

  • gmaof10 Posted: 09/19/11
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    this is the best cobbler recipe that i've ever made my family loved it i fixed 3 times in the last week and a half .the first itme i fixed i followed the recipe just like it was written.the next 2 times i added extra peaches and it was fantastic.i'm gonna use this as a basic start and use different fruit blueberries,blackberries and maybe apples will let you know how it goes

  • LindaDorsett Posted: 09/14/11
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    This was just too easy to be so good! I did increase the amount of peaches and it was perfect. I have added it to my file and plan to make it again very soon.

  • byrhno Posted: 09/13/11
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    It was so very easy to do and just as good. Love it.

  • kimflip Posted: 09/12/11
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    Just made this for the first time. Thank goodness I made two 9x13 pans by simply doubling the recipe. It is OUTSTANDING!! I can't wait to share it at our potluck at work! This is the best!

  • mrshartzell Posted: 08/31/11
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    Wow! I forgot I had it in the oven and it got a bit dark around the edges, but it was still a hit! We had it out on the counter during a family gathering and people kept spooning it up until it vanished. I can just imagine how great it would have been if I hadn't overcooked it! I'll try again this weekend...

  • steelmagnolia Posted: 09/06/11
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    This was a really yummy cobbler...The only thing that I might think about changing would be the amount of sugar in the batter..It was a bit sweet for me, but the rest of my family LOVED it, and so did I, it was just a bit sweet. Other than that, it was really delicious and easy to make...We Southerners take our peach cobbler seriously, and this was really, really good.

  • MaraJL Posted: 09/08/11
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    It was easy and delicious, but I plan to make some changes in the future. It was a bit too sweet for my taste, especially if you're using extremely ripe, delicious peaches. I plan to add less sugar to both the flour mixture and to the peaches. I think I will also add more peaches, as the cobbler part seems to overwhelm only four cups of peaches in a 9x13" baking dish.

  • Kathy31 Posted: 09/24/11
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    So easy and so good! My inlaws thought I spent hours on this...little did they know it only took me 10 minutes to prep!

  • jadajoho Posted: 09/13/11
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    Did not believe it could be so easy and great, it was ! Made it for a family dinner and they loved it. I read the reviews and had decided to use 3/4 cup of sugar each in the crust and filling. I also added vanilla extract to the peaches and a dash of cinnamon. The only thing I will try differently when I make it this weekend is to use a mixture of brown sugar and granulated sugar in the peaches. This recipe also works wonderfully when doubled. The only problem was everyone wanted the corners and I need to make two batches of the recipe, each doubled! Great with vanilla and peach ice cream.

  • RandolphWynn Posted: 10/10/11
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    Great and easy recipe. Simply delicious, The first time I made it I used 2 cans of Comstock apple pie filling. I just placed the apples in a collinder and rinsed the filling off the apples and used the apples in this recipe. It was a Hit. I also like to use can peaches and instead of boiling them in sugar, I place them directly in the dish, mix cinnimon, nutmeg and apple pie spice with the extra cup of sugar and sprinkle over the top. There are never any leftovers of this dish.

  • CatinaBriggs Posted: 10/19/11
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    It came out good to say it was my first time making peach cobbler, although i recommend to not use all the syrup off your peaches if using can peaches. It can be to soupy, but overall i didnt have any complaints.

  • Tommysr Posted: 11/24/11
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    First time using this recipe. I forgot my grandmothers one.I can say it came out very nice, how do I know, there was none left. thanks a lot.

  • MommaBW Posted: 12/25/11
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    I agree with another reviewer...more like a bread pudding instead of cobbler. The flavor was OK, but the consistency was very mushy, not the traditional separation of peaches & biscuit batter like most cobblers. I'll go back to grandma's recipe, albeit a little more involved.

  • TXcwby Posted: 02/17/12
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    Real simular to my moms old recipe but hers is even more simple. Directions: 1 cup of self rising flour 1 cup sugar 1 cup of milk 2 cans of peaches in heavy syrup 1 stick of butter Melt butter in 13x9 baking dish. Add peaches and syrup. Pour flour mixture over peaches.Bake on 375 for 30-40 min or until cobbler is golden and bubbly. Never stir mixture. Serve with ice cream and/or whipping cream. Awesome!!

  • dfdfddtr Posted: 08/22/12
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    Good one for my dinner today

  • SHILO5972 Posted: 06/23/12
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    Easy & delicious!!! Will be put in my favorites box!!!!!

  • ButtonsMaMa Posted: 01/30/12
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    The BEST cobbler I have made so far! I make it very frequently in the summer, but my family requests it often, even in the winter! It has a a spongey crust which my family LOVES and the its not too sweet. Make it with fresh peaches or frozen, either way is SPECTACULAR!!!

  • akr8zd Posted: 11/27/12
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    Fabulous!! Easy to make & a crowd pleaser

  • HOPE2014 Posted: 12/06/12
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    I made this for Thanksgiving and it was absolutely fantastic! The next time however, I will make enough batter to cover the top of the peaches as well. Thanks! Family loved it.

  • PattyBB Posted: 05/26/13
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    Easy and yummy!!

  • KaylaYM Posted: 04/01/13
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    I followed the recipe to the tee and cooked it for 40 mins. The time was way to long for me. I could have halved the time. It was brown when I took it out of the oven. I was really bummed. I will try this again and cook it with less time. The peaches were still good with some vanilla ice cream on the side.

  • luvbears Posted: 07/26/12
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    I have made this recipe, and also my "old standby", and I think the slight differences in my very very old grandma's recipe made the difference in the comments I've read. Instead of 1 tablespoonful of baking powder, used 1 teaspoonful, 1/2 teaspoonful of salt,(and I usually always cut the sugar to 1/2 cup, even though the recipe calls for 1 cup) and instead of cooking the peeled, sliced fresh peaches (about 8) and adding lemon juice, just cover the peaches ( or anyfruit), with 1/2 to 1 cup of sugar (depending on how sweet your fruit already is) for 1/2 hour. Will make it's own juice. Spoon the batter (which will have the consistency of pancake batter,) over the melted butter, then spoon the fresh fruit and juice over the batter. Batter rises to the top, gets a chewy, browned but light texture, not cakey, and is always a HUGE hit!

  • sletkeman Posted: 09/20/12
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    I'm usually more a crisp lover than cobblers but I always get a kick out of dessert where you put in the ingredients in "upside-down" and this was great! Next time I'll cut down on sugar though.

  • Bubbe48 Posted: 09/03/12
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    Very disappointed!...had delicious,fresh peaches and they turned to MUSH after following the directions to heat with the sugar....I'll go back to my old recipe where you just place the sliced peaches into the baking dish after GENTLY STIRRING AFTER ADDING THE SUGAR! (also less fussing/clean -up!)

  • rhonda46 Posted: 09/13/12
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    Yummy and so easy. I even tried a version using half splenda half sugar and skim milk and it was still heavenly.

  • Zabella Posted: 12/01/12
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    This is certainly a very simple but tasty peach cobbler. My hubby loved this and asked that I make it again. The first time I made this, I used fresh peaches and the blanching process was a bit time consuming as it was new to me. The second time, I used frozen peaches and the process was much simpler. I used Sugar in the Raw and cut it in half. 2 cups was just too sweet. This was yummy served warm with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream.

  • 1DrewB Posted: 07/22/12
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    Very easy to make! We always try to follow the recipe as written the 1st time we make something before altering &/or trying others' recommendations. As it was, it turned out great & was dee-lish! A definite keeper!

  • prodmyrecipes Posted: 07/25/12
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    Good recipe

  • Dawn0709 Posted: 07/09/12
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    Are there 2 types of peach cobbler? I recently returned from Georgia and want to recreate the peach cobblers I had down south. This tastes NOTHING like the cobbler I had down there. The crust I am looking for is more like pie crust and less like a biscuit. Does anyone know where I can find a recipe like that? Also, almost everyone on here has recommended some type of modification to the recipe....why give 5 stars to a recipe that isn't great on it's own? I think it creates a misleading rating for amateurs looking for a truly great recipe.

  • Grandmommay Posted: 07/19/12
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    This is by far the best cobbler I have ever eaten -- I have made it about 4 times now, and everyone loves it. I did cut the sugar in the peaches down to 1/2 cup - the peaches were very sweet this year. I also added cinnamon and nutmeg and alittle dash of almond extract to it. Thanks for the recipie - I have shared it with lots of friends too. p.s. Don't put very cold butter (frozen) in your hot dish and warm in the oven - it will crack your dish - ask me how I know - and I have been cooking for a long time now.

  • gailforce Posted: 07/22/12
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    Tried this last night substituting blueberries for the peaches! Equally delicious!! This is an extremely sweet cobbler! Good but sweet. Next time I would cut the sugar by 1/2 cup total as suggested by previous reviewers.

  • Wp1984 Posted: 07/03/12
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    Almost the same as my grandma's. Not as good as hers. Heat your oven to 400. One stick of butter in a 9 X 13 pan and put it in the oven until it is nice and melted, while it is melting, mix 1 cup flour, 1 cup sugar and 3/4 cup milk. Take the pan out of the oven and add the mix into the pan. Take one can of peaches...I can't remember the size of the can but its the big can that you can buy at most stores, wal-mart for me. Spoon the peaches evenly (without the juice) and then evenly pour the juice. Bake at 400 for approx. 45 minutes. It is to die for! ;)

  • josie7812 Posted: 08/11/12
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    I used this receipe twice and family and friends loved it. The peaches were from our tree, which made it extra nice. The first time I used both baking powder and baking soda and the second time just the baking powder. The texture was good both times.I will definitely make it again.

  • RosanneDavis Posted: 07/22/12
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    My guests really enjoyed this recipe. I took the suggestion of another reviewer and cut the total amount of sugar in half which made for a delicious cobbler that wasn't overly sweet. I used slightly more peaches since I like a fruity cobbler.

  • TexasBrew Posted: 07/22/12
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    I made this recipe and added 4 Tbsp. of Texas Brew Honey Roasted Salsa (pureed) to the peaches and sugar, omitting the lemon juice and it was AMAZING....who would have known...some ice cream...savory....sweet....Texas Style

  • BiblioMama Posted: 08/08/12
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    OMG so amazing! The batter is great as a base and you can use your favorite fruit. I used peaches, as in the recipe, because they are in season here and I had some from my local farm stand. But you could also use fresh or frozen berries. I look forward to apple season so I make an apple cobbler with lots of cinnamon on top! Delicious!

  • janash76 Posted: 07/14/12
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    Delish! I followed the recipe exactly and it was delightful.

  • AmberLeAnnS Posted: 09/08/12
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    Boiling the peaches won't turn to mush if you just boil them for 5-10 minutes...you do not need to boil them that long...that's just silly...and clean-up...baking/cooking isn't clean..that's the fun part...being able to make messes...and cleaning up is just that...A kitchen is not meant to be tip toed around in...just have fun...one place where you can dabble and make your own rules and just let loose...and a cobble is a fun activity to have the children join in on...Great cobbler...I made 2 batches...

  • segan101 Posted: 11/26/12
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    Served it to teens and they loved it. I read previous reviews about needing more peaches and some who used canned peaches instead of fresh. I used canned peaches because they're out of season and for ease. Didn't know whether to get regular canned peaches or pie filling. Opted for pie filling and used 3 cans. I might have liked a little more crust so could make 1 1/2 times that part next time. Looking forward to the suggested cherry version, as well.

  • Catmndu Posted: 03/03/13
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    I had used Paula Deen's cobbler recipe before and didn't much care for the topping. It came out pancakey and not crisp and flaky. I actually made this in my 10" cast iron skillet. Because I used canned peaches (drained), the peaches prep wasn't even necessary. I just melted some butter, poured in the batter then peaches and stuck this puppy in the oven for the specified time. It was delish! Thank you for a super quick and easy recipe. It really was too good to be true how simple yet wonderful this turned out. Tip: if you use canned peaches, do not add the cup of sugar this recipe specifies to the peaches, they are sweet enough in the syrup they are canned in because the dish will be too sweet. I caught this when I preparing the recipe and didn't add the cup of sugar to the peaches. Just one cup added to the batter is more than enough.

  • sherri13 Posted: 02/25/13
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    I made this today in a hurry! It was so delicious and it was a big hit! This is a recipe that I will keep!

  • Keiko123 Posted: 09/28/12
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    115 5-star reviews and only 1 bad review--and that person used this is as an opportunity to share her grandma's recipe? HUH? You must have done something wrong. This was fabulous! I was concerned about sugar content also so reduced sugar as recommended. Will admit I cheated and used buttermilk that was leftover which didn't affect the overall taste of the dish and made it the biscuit part fluffy. Added ginger and cinnamon as husband loves cinnamon. Seems no matter what was you adjust the recipe, it's a winner and it's impressive enough to serve to company. Real southern peach cobbler1

  • DempsGirl Posted: 03/13/13
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    Excellent! Family loved it. Will make again.

  • nhbrowneyedgirl Posted: 09/03/12
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    Easy and delicious. I used 3/4 stick of butter instead of the whole stick, and probably 2 more cups peaches. I served it with ice cream. Yum! Sugardoo-did you drain the peaches first? I would try this recipe with fresh peaches and now is the season! I am envious of all of you in the Peach state! Those are definitely the best peaches!!!!!

  • TimSimmons Posted: 11/26/12
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    Made for dinner tonight. Everyone thought it was the best peach cobbler ever!! Crispy, a bit chewy. Made with frozen peaches from Costco. Don't think I'd try it with canned peaches. Truly easy and delicious.

  • beneruler Posted: 07/23/12
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    I love peach cobbler but was disappointed by the texture of the dough. It was more cakey, than crust/doughy, and that meant that when we added milk over top of the warm cobbler it sucked all the milk up and made a weird pudding-like texture. This recipe overall is very good, but next time I will definitely cut the baking powder down to practically nothing!

  • Judie2152 Posted: 08/26/12
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    Best peach dessert ever! It was very easy to make. Next time I will cut down on the sugar even more (maybe even try some Splenda), use whole wheat flour & add more fruit. The recipe made 4 small cobblers & I was able to freeze 2. We ate the other 2 right away!

  • Gluv01 Posted: 04/11/13
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    Great quick desert ,I basically followed, to T. I could've use less butter and sugar ,I added vanilla, but this is the 1st cobbler I made in 15 years,I'm a pie girl, but this is a keeper.ill make this my own with a couple of tweeks.. its awesome.. and easy

  • AlSwilling Posted: 08/19/12
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    I disagree with KarenModlin and others who say reduce the sugar, unless the cook is using peaches canned in heavy syrup, in which case the sugar can be reduced. Anyone who has ever cooked fresh peaches knows that fresh peaches are not as sweet as peaches canned in heavy syrup and that fresh peaches lose most of their sweetness when they're cooked. The recipe clearly calls for fresh peaches, so the amount of sugar called for is about right for four cups. My grandmothers and mother didn't use a written recipe, but theirs was essentially the same as the recipe that was submitted here from Southern Living magazine. In fact, we lived in the South - Georgia (the peach state), to be exact. I like this recipe just as it is. Peach cobbler is my favorite, especially made with fresh South Georgia peaches. No other peach in the world tastes as good.

  • sewilliams Posted: 06/06/13
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    Great success! I made this for a church function and it was yummy. I followed the recipe but reduced the sugar like several suggested and it was plenty sweet. I used 4 cups frozen peaches and 4 cups fresh and it tasted fine. I served it warm with whipped topping and got many compliments. Thanks for sharing an easy winner!

  • fudge477 Posted: 06/29/12
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    Easy and delicious. I just want to let people know that even if you do put the fruit with all it's juices it's fine. Just don't add too much juice. The bread will cook but the inside, especially with all the liquid, will be in a pudding like state. Honestly you can use ANY fruit in place of the peaches. I just threw a bunch of fruits together and it came out fine. Also, make sure you add sugar according to how sweet your fruit is. Too much is overpowering so taste and adjust. Lemon is key.

  • susanc59 Posted: 10/14/12
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    Excellent & easy. Made with fresh peaches, incredible

  • DanHinton Posted: 10/14/12
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    My wife used to make this recipe has her "signature" dish, everyone always loved it. The only change I made was to switch to 2 cans (I like 1 can of peaches & 1 apricot) of fruit. Instead of cooking the fresh fruit I use the syrup from one can and drain the other, worked great and makes an easy recipe even easier.

  • babette1027 Posted: 06/11/12
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    This is a keeper. I added blackberries to the peaches right before pouring into the baking pan; it was wonderful.

  • nonnie22 Posted: 08/19/12
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    This is the real deal! My mom and grandmother would be pleased to see "their" recipe online. We reverse the order in that the cooked peaches go into the pan and pour the batter over top of it. The result is the same as the crust rises through the fruit. Definitely worth the time for a family dessert or pot luck.

  • ljubljana77 Posted: 04/22/13
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    I have reduced sugar for half of cup and it was still so sweet that I could not eat it. I think 3/4 cup would be more than enough.

  • KarenModlin Posted: 08/18/12
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    cut the amount of sugar for the fruit... you only need 3/4 cup at the most. one cup makes your toes curt it's so sweet.

  • Carole7879 Posted: 12/23/12
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    i made this for a family gathering and everyone said it was the best they ever had! I will be keeping this one!

  • suz123 Posted: 08/16/12
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    So good! Made this for a party and everyone loved it!

  • SavvySecrets Posted: 08/05/12
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    Made a few small changes... used nectarines instead of peaches... superb! Used a slightly smaller baking dish so it had more room to rise... perfect! Simmered fruit for 2 minutes... just right! and then sprinkled top with cinnamon sugar before popping in the oven! This was the BEST! Just like my Grandma's!

  • Amberbamberz Posted: 07/30/13
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    NEVER MADE cobbler before this came out beautifully I am so excite tastes great used half cup sugar in my fresh peaches and used a slotted spoon to take of some extra liquid very happy!

  • KJOuzts Posted: 11/23/13
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    This has been my go-to recipe for years. Every June we drive down to my husband's family's home in Johnston SC for the peach festival and haul back multiple baskets of peaches to VA, Then I start baking - for us, for the neighbors, for his office, for my office, etc. Requests for the cobbler start coming in March. I'd never made peach cobbler before and figured if anyone had a good one it would be Southern Living. I make the recipe as-is, but add a handful or two of chopped pecans (also from SC of course :)) on top of the batter before I pour on the peaches. Makes a great recipe even better. So easy too. The ultimate compliment I received was when one of the staff assistants in my office came in to me with tears in her eyes and told me it tasted exactly like what her grandmother used to make her. So as far as I'm concerned the recipe is a complete success.

  • Melody588 Posted: 09/07/13
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    This recipe is different from my traditional one I'm used to, but really good! I tweaked mine a bit as well as some others: I used 1 1/4 cup flour, 1/2 cup packed brown sugar (to replace 1/2 cup of white sugar that goes in the peach mixture). I used 3/4 cup of milk instead of a whole cup, 5 cups of peeled fresh peaches, 1/2 tsp of vanilla (added to batter) and 2 TBS of cornstarch and some ground cinnamon (added to peach mixture). My hubby loved it with vanilla ice cream on top of the warm cobbler!.

  • LindsH83 Posted: 09/07/13
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    This peach cobbler is fantastic. My mom has always made outstanding peach cobbler and I had the courage to tell her that this one gave her's a run for its money! So far, I have made it twice. The first time just for a nice summer dessert to have at home and try out. My husband loved it and so did my 17 month old daughter. The only thing that I thought needed to be "changed" was the sugar quantity. I have noticed others on here have remarked about the sugar measurements as well and I HAVE to agree. It was way too sweet for me the first time around. I used the 2 cups called for and even as I was dumping the 1 cup into the peaches I thought it was way too much. I didn't change it because I like to taste first and then go back and make changes. The second time I did this I made it for a get together with friends. I used a little more peaches (not too many or it will overflow during baking!) and way less sugar. 1/4 on the peaches, 1 cup in the dry mix. Perfect and yummy!

  • Lrabbit15 Posted: 07/05/13
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    Oh man! I can't believe how easy this was to make. I only had 2 peaches, so I cut the recipe in half and baked in a 6inch round Pyrex dish for 30 minutes. Delish!

  • piacone Posted: 08/31/13
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    I made this last night and everyone loved it. I used 1 cup of light brown sugar for the 'dough' part and 1/2 cup mixed in with the peaches. It was delicious! I would definitely make this again.

  • VFRmom Posted: 07/05/13
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    Beautiful! Fast and easy!!! I added a little vanilla and nutmeg to the peaches and served warm over ice cream. My whole family loves this dessert!

  • debt118 Posted: 07/18/13
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    This is the best and easiest cobbler to make. I get rave reviews every time I make it !!

  • ErinCT Posted: 08/09/13
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    Made this for a birthday celebration. Very popular. Served with vanilla ice cream. Next time I will use 1/2C sugar in the peaches. The crust was perfect!

  • kaybakes Posted: 09/13/13
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    It almost seems like 2 cups is too much sugar. I wasn't too fond of the way the top crust baked. It was very chewy and sweet, too sweet. The filling of peaches was ok but still slightly too sweet. Maybe there is an alteration that someone could come up with.

  • modan1128 Posted: 08/30/13
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    I have been using this recipe for years and it never fails to impress. The only difference is that I have never cooked the peaches first, just slice up nice ripe ones and pile them on. You can still sprinkle the cup of sugar and cinnamon on top, but it is so sweet already, it really isn't needed.

  • justygnd Posted: 08/29/13
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    This is my go to recipe. I also add vanilla extract to the peaches and the flour mixture. Delcious every time.

  • HealthyYogaMama Posted: 09/16/13
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    Thanks for the easy recipe. I amended it quite a bit to make it a more health-conscious staple. Not quite as easy, but still fast: ~for each cup of sugar, I subbed 1/2 c. agave, 1/4 t. stevia powder (strong stuff, equiv. to 1/4 c. sugar), and 1/4 cup white sugar. ~I reduced the milk (used soy milk) by 1/4 c. because of the agave ~I added a scant T. cornstarch to the peaches, not sure if it needed it, but just in case it would be runny. Family hit!

  • lpthomp Posted: 07/16/13
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    This peach cobbler recipe is very similar to the one I have made for years; however, this one is a lot breadier than I like. It has a good flavor and the ingredients are much the same except that I use 3/4 of this recipe which makes a crispier crust in the 9x11 baking dish. It depends on the texture preference one has as to whether they would prefer this one.

  • Ashleyloves Posted: 07/27/13
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    I made this and it is amazing! I cut the sugar to 3/4 cup for the crust and the filling. I also used heavy whipping cream instead of milk. About 1 1/4 cup of heavy cream. I also added cinn. and vanilla. Highly recommend!

  • Lucy50 Posted: 08/23/13
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    Have made this several time this summer, it's a big hit. don't need to change a thing! Thanks for this outstanding recipe. Also you can combine blueberries , nectarines or plumbs if you don't have enough peaches. It's all wonderful.

  • Bleigh Posted: 09/09/13
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    Quick and easy. I used frozen peaches instead of fresh. I also halved the recipe and baked in an 8x8 glass dish and it turned out fine. Will definitely add to my recipe file.

  • mercedes6408 Posted: 09/20/13
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    I liked how easy it was to prepare but it was way too sweet and buttery for me as I tried dividing the recipe into two pie tins as I wanted to freeze one. I think I'd cut down the sugar by half and put in half the butter. (I forgot to read reviews first.)

  • Kalilmitra Posted: 08/23/13
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    It was quick, easy and delicious! Will cut back just a bit on the sugar! Loved it. I will use the base recipe to try with other fruits it so easy!

  • kkeslin Posted: 07/29/13
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    Delicious and well recieved at a dinner party with a side of the peach sauce and some vanilla/caramel ice cream. The next time I make this, I'm considering cutting the sugar back a bit to 3/4 c each with both the batter as well as the peach mixture. (to equal 1 & 1/2 cups in the recipe) Also in the peach mixture, I added ground cinnamon, fresh ground nutmeg, lemon zest and a little extra fresh lemon juice. I had used about 5 cups of cut up peaches, about 2 lbs so I did not add all the mixture on top to bake into the cobbler, instead I kept about 1 cup for the sauce, which we re-heated and I added a bit of cointreau for a tiny kick! Happy Baking!

  • sheritowens Posted: 11/05/13
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    This recipe was so easy to make and it taste great also. I did use less sugar and butter and the results were still great. Need to do it one more time to perfect it!!!

  • kizzy1 Posted: 08/18/13
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    Didn't work for me. I melted the butter in the pan in the oven. The flour, sugar, milk mixture was very runny. I poured it into the pan with the butter. Didn't mix. Added the cooked peach/sugar mixture over that. The bottom of the cobbler is gooey. In fact it's hard to get out of pan. I fear that when it cools completely it will be cemented to the glass pan. I have no idea what went wrong. I followed the recipe exactly. The butter and sugar seem to have formed a very hard substance. I also thought it would be better with less sugar.

  • Jennifer3333 Posted: 08/19/13
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    Wonderful and easy Cut sugar especially if peaches are ripe Add vanilla to batter

  • Pearlstrand Posted: 08/09/13
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    Very good cobbler, but far too sweet for my taste. When I make it again, I will cut down on the sugar. Also, be sure not to overfill the pan (as I did) or you will end up with mess in your oven!

  • DeniKB Posted: 07/03/13
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    I loved this recipe. The only thing I would change is, the peaches were sweet. I put 3/4 cup sugar in the mixture. Next time I will add only 1/2 cup. I will keep this recipe and use it again.

  • sunflowergal1 Posted: 07/28/13
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    The first night I made this I loved it fresh from the oven. The second night I found it too sweet and too bready. If I were to make this again I would definitely cut the sugar by at least a third and add more peaches.

  • aqualady Posted: 08/27/13
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    It was a hit!!! Since white sugar was not available I used brown (estimate not to be too sweet) one instead, and added vanilla. Everybody loved it!!! I believe the fresher the fruit is the better tasting it will be. The combination of crunchiness from the crust and the moist from inside made it great! Likewise, the sweetness from the syrup and the tinge of lemon topped it all!

  • terbear99 Posted: 08/10/13
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    Even my non-dessert-eating husband loved this. I used a smaller baking dish (about 10x10) and only used three-fourths of the butter and batter ingredients called for. I used the full amount of peaches and lemon juice. Because I wanted to let the fruit shine, I only used about 2 tablespoons of turbinado sugar in the peaches and did not bring them to a boil before adding them to the baking dish. With the crust, it was still plenty sweet.

  • jschaefer9 Posted: 08/26/13
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    So simple and easy. Very delicious!

  • cynthiapjohnson Posted: 12/18/13
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    I love this recipe

  • wareagle73 Posted: 08/03/13
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    So easy and good. Have made it often.

  • Bicicletta Posted: 07/15/13
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    This one couldn't be easier. Just the right crunch to the crust and delicious. I served it with a bourbon whipped cream.

  • TerraPosyluzny Posted: 09/20/13
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    What a fantastic way to use our fresh BC juicy peaches. I added a few more peaches and cut back on the sugar ( peaches were sweet on their own). I only had to bake it for 30 minutes to a golden, slightly chewy crust. We loved this!

  • Tweetle Posted: 08/05/13
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    This is not healthy and I do not care! So delicious just the way it is...and reminds me of growing up in the Midwest :)

  • jefffishman Posted: 12/07/13
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    great recipe, have tried it with many different types of fruit.

  • Dientje11 Posted: 07/21/13
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    This recipe was really nice. I bought peaches from the farmers market and served it warm.

  • Angelicamb Posted: 08/05/13
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    I made this recipe using small cups as pictured and reduced cooking time by about 15 minutes. Very simple, delicious recipe for cobblers. Will definitely use in the future!

  • jackihf3 Posted: 03/29/14
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    This cobbler is so easy to make and gets rave reviews from everyone that eats it. I make this in the winter using a qt of peaches (I can them in light syrup). I add all of the juice from the qt and about 1/3 c of sugar. When I use fresh peaches, I add 1/2 c of sugar to the peaches. This is a great recipe to split into 2 8x8 disposable pans to give to friends and neighbors as a thank you or 'just because'.

  • amandaconquers Posted: 07/04/13
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    Best Peach Cobbler I have ever had!! The crust is perfection, crispy and carmelized on top, warm and gooey on the inside. It's really sweet for my taste so I reduce the sugar in the peaches by half.

  • carolfitz Posted: 09/14/13
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    Glad I read your reviews & think SL should update and reissue this. Following suggestions, used 1/4c butter, 3/4c sugar in the batter & 1/4c brown sugar in the fruit. Increased white peaches to 5c and because they were very ripe & juicy added 2tbs cornstarch. Served with French Vanilla ice cream. Great dessert, can't imagine what it would have been if we'd used full amount of butter & sugar.

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