Peach Cobbler

Peach Cobbler

I’m not huge on sweets, but pie is something I can always have a piece of. I found the perfect peach cobbler recipe from Food.com so I have to share it. It’s so good and I’ve been making this recipe since last year so it’s a tried and true recipe. Before I get started, you might be asking yourself what’s the difference between a pie and cobbler? A cobbler only has a crust on top and not the bottom whereas a pie has to have a bottom crust and the top crust is optional. Cobblers are sometimes a little more wet with a more cake-y crust. This cobbler recipe does have a wet cake-y type crust thing going on and it’s so good with the peach filling.

I used the Food.com recipe except I cut down on the sugar and I used a 8×8 baking dish instead of 9×13 so I cut down on all the ingredients in general.

Canned Peaches

I don’t know about you, but I love canned peaches. They’re always so sweet. I emptied the canned peaches into a bowl and drained them. Then I mixed in some sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg.

In a bowl mix together flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt. Then, stir in milk and eggs.

Peach Cobbler - Crust
Peach Cobbler - Crust 1

While I was doing all this measuring and mixing, I had butter melting in the pan I would be using, in the oven.

Once the butter is melted, pour in the batter. Then gently pour the peaches over the batter. Bake in the oven for 35-45 minutes at 350°F or until golden brown.

Melting Butter
Melted Butter
Peach Cobbler - Pre Baking
Peach Cobbler - Pre Baking 1
Peach Cobbler
Peach Cobbler 1
Peach Cobbler 2

It is so good when it’s nice and warm! The recipe suggests to serve it with ice cream, which is delicious but for these pictures I served it with whipped cream. This is definitely one of my favorite desserts!

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