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Easy Peach Cobbler

Easy Peach Cobbler is the classic cobbler that everyone loves. It is one of the easiest desserts that you can make. It can be made with canned, fresh or frozen peaches so you can enjoy it all year long.

Easy Peach Cobbler

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I got this cobbler recipe from my mother in law and I’ve made it countless times over the years. I have even made it into Blueberry Cobbler and an Easy Apple Cobbler. It works with just about any fruit.

Easy Peach Cobbler Collage

Ingredients Needed:

  • all purpose flour
  • sugar
  • baking powder
  • milk
  • vanilla extract
  • butter
  • sliced peaches in heavy syrup
  • ground cinnamon

How to Make Easy Peach Cobbler:

collage: mixing bowl with flour and sugar/adding milk and vanilla

  • Mix flour, sugar and baking powder together in a mixing bowl. 
  • Add milk and vanilla. Whisk to combine. 

baking dish with melted butter

  • Cover the bottom of a 13 x 9 inch baking dish with melted butter. 

collage: butter and batter in baking dish/ topped with sliced peaches

  • Pour batter over butter, spreading evenly. 
  • Drain half of syrup from peaches and discard. 
  • Pour peaches over batter but do not stir to mix. Gently scatter peaches throughout the dish. 

Peach Cobbler

  • Bake for 40-50 minutes or until center is bubbly and edges are golden brown. 
  • Cool for 5 minutes before serving. 
  • Top with vanilla ice cream or sweetened whipped cream if desired. 

Can you use Fresh or Frozen Peaches for Cobbler?

Make this peach cobbler with fresh peaches or frozen peaches. If you are making it with fresh or frozen peaches, you will want to mix 4 cups of sliced peaches with about 1 cup of sugar. 

There is something so comforting about a warm peach cobbler fresh from the oven. It is a dessert so simple that anyone can make it. I love how quick it comes together.

I oftentimes mix it up while I’m finishing up dinner and pop it in the oven. Then we have warm cobbler for dessert after dinner. 

How can I tell if the cobbler is done?

This cobbler gets crisp and cake like around the edges but the middle, around the peaches will be softer and a bit gooey. Oven temperatures can vary. Depending on the amount of liquid in your fruit, it might take a little longer to bake. I start checking my cobbler at 40 minutes but on occasion, I have baked it as long as 55 minutes. 

If you need a quick fix for your peach cravings, these Peach Cobbler Bombs are just the ticket! Made in the oven or air fryer in about 20 minutes.

Peach Crisp is very similar to cobbler with a crunchy oat and brown sugar topping. So delicious and easy to bake. 

Peach Dump Cake is another favorite for a quick and easy weeknight dessert. Just 4 ingredients and bakes in about 30 minutes.

This Peach Cobbler Recipe is an all time family favorite and this is the old fashioned recipe that tastes just like the one everyone’s grandma makes. It’s easy enough for any night of the week or add it to your holiday and celebration menus. 

Peach Slab Pie is one of my all time favorite summer desserts and it’s perfect to feed a crowd!



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Easy Peach Cobbler

Easy Peach Cobbler is the classic cobbler that everyone loves. It is one of the easiest desserts that you can make. Perfect for any night of the week and delicious enough for holidays and celebrations.
Prep Time10 minutes
Cook Time40 minutes
Total Time50 minutes
Course: Desserts
Cuisine: American
Keyword: easy dessert, old fashioned cobbler, peach desserts
Servings: 6 Servings
Calories: 451kcal
Author: Milisa


  • 1 cup all purpose flour
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 3/4 cup milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 29 oz can of sliced peaches in heavy syrup
  • optional topping:
  • 1 teaspoon granulated sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon


  • Preheat oven to 325°.
  • Combine flour, sugar and baking powder in a mixing bowl.
  • Stir in milk and vanilla extract until smooth.
  • Pour melted butter into a 9 x 13 inch baking dish.
  • Pour batter into melted butter, spreading evenly.
  • Drain half of syrup from peaches and discard. Pour peaches with remaining syrup over batter. Do not mix, but scatter peaches carefully if needed.
  • Combine cinnamon and sugar topping and sprinkle over the cobbler.
  • Bake for 40 minutes and check cobbler. Cook an additional 5-10 minutes if needed. Cobbler should be golden brown around the edges and set in the middle.
  • Serve with vanilla ice cream or sweetened whipped cream.



You can also use 2 - 15 oz cans sliced peaches (drain syrup from one can).
If using fresh or frozen peaches - combine 4 cups sliced peaches with 1 cup sugar.


Serving: 1g | Calories: 451kcal | Carbohydrates: 74g | Protein: 5g | Fat: 16g | Saturated Fat: 10g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 5g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 43mg | Sodium: 461mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 51g


    1. Hi Janice,
      You just didn’t scroll down far enough to find the recipe card with exact measurements and instructions. It’s at the very bottom of the post. There’s also a “jump to recipe” button in the top left corner of the post that will take you straight to the card. It is a great recipe, I hope you try it.

      ~ Milisa

  1. Do you use baking powder or baking soda? It’s unclear from your article because the recipe calls for mixing baking soda when the ingredients call for baking powder. I’ve used baking soda and it’s come out great. But I’m wondering if the baking powder is more flavorful. Please clarify. Your other recipe seem to call for baking powder.

  2. This looks great. I’ll be making it today. The ingredients call for 1 t baking soda, but in the instructions it says to combine baking powder with the sugar and flour, not baking soda. I only have baking soda on hand so I’m hoping this will do fine. Thanks!

    1. Hi Sherri,
      We lived in Wyoming for years and I think we were at about 3500 feet. I made it many times with no adjustments, I think it should work at high altitude.

      ~ Milisa

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