The easiest peach cobbler ever, takes approximately 35 minutes and only 5 ingredients. With minimal effort, the end result is a warm, sweet cobbler full of flavor.
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Cobbler is just the best, isn’t it?? No matter what you put inside, there’s something about a little fruit with some crust topped with vanilla ice cream that just makes all things right in the word.
I’ve read a million peach cobbler recipes throughout the years, and made a ton of them. There are recipes that call for things like nutmeg and fresh peaches, peeled. I don’t even know how to peel a peach.
Then there are recipes that call for 5 total ingredients, including peaches that are already peeled, cut and soaking in heavy syrup. Bad for you? Questionable.
A Brief History of Peach Cobbler
Most sites will say cobblers came from the same place as many American staples: mixing fruit and dough and baking over an open flame.
However, the Georgia peach council coined national peach cobbler day in the 1950s to increase the consumption of canned peaches. Lovers of peach cobbler celebrate the day every year on April 13th.
On an interesting side note, the Georgia Peach Festival is home to the “world’s largest peach cobbler”, which they make every year. It consists of:
- 75 gallons sliced fresh Georgia peaches
- 150 pounds of self-rising flour
- 150 pounds sugar
- 32 gallons milk
- 90 pounds of butter
Making the Easiest Peach Cobbler Ever
- 29oz can of sliced peaches in heavy syrup
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 cup Bisquick (or other pancake mix)
- 1 egg
- 2 Tbs butter
Pour the peaches with syrup in a 8×8 greased baking dish.
Mix remaining ingredients together and sprinkle on top.
Dot with butter.
Bake for 35-4o minutes at 350 degrees F.
It really is that easy to make a delicious peach cobbler.
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- 29oz can of peach slices in heavy syrup
- 1 cup granulated white sugar
- 1 cup Bisquick
- 1 egg
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F and grease an 8x8 cooking dish.
Pour can of peaches with syrup into pan.
In separate bowl, mix egg, Bisquick and sugar until combined.
Sprinkle Bisquick mixture over peaches.
Cut butter into small cubes and spread out over Bisquick mix.
Bake for 35-40 minutes of until crust is golden brown.
I love the crust, so I double the egg, Bisquick and sugar.