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This Peach Cobbler is not only insanely delicious, but it is super easy to make. Enjoy fresh peaches covered in a crunchy sweet buttery cobbler topping. Only a few simple ingredients are needed to make this delicious dessert recipe. Bonus: If fresh peaches are not in season, you can easily use canned or frozen peaches.
Why this recipe is so great:
- So easy. This will not only be be your favorite go-to cobbler recipe, but it’s so easy to make, you will actually commit it to memory. Even the quantities are easy values to remember.
- Versatile. Not only can this peach cobbler be made with fresh, frozen, or canned peaches, but you can swap out the peaches for any other kind of fruit. Apples, berries, or combinations of different fruits all work fantastic.
Exact quantities are listed in the recipe card below, but here is a summary.
- Peaches: Fresh, frozen, or canned
- Lemon juice
- All-purpose flour
- Granulated sugar
How to prepare the cobbler:
Detailed step by step instructions are listed in the recipe card below, but here is a summary.
- Prepare peaches: If using fresh, peel and slice. If using frozen, thaw. If using canned, drain.
- Toss with lemon juice: Add peaches to baking dish and gently toss with lemon juice to coat.
- Prepare topping: Combine egg, flour, and sugar until the mixture is crumbly.
Bake the peach cobbler:
Now that all the ingredients are ready, you can assemble the cobbler and bake it in the oven.
- Add topping: Cover the peaches with all of the crumbly topping mixture.
- Top with butter: Thinly slice the butter and cover the topping mixture.
- Bake: Place peach cobbler in preheated oven and bake until golden brown.
Recipe tips for perfect results:
- Determine the type of peaches you will use:
- Fresh: Select ripe peaches that are fragrant and slightly soft to the touch but still firm. Cling-free will allow the fruit to easily separate from the pit. If the skin doesn’t easily peel away when scored, peel with a knife or peeler. Alternatively, blanch in boiling water and then transfer to ice bath so the skin will easily peel.
- Canned: Low sugar canned peaches recommended. Drain prior to using.
- Frozen: Place in baking dish and allow to fully thaw before adding topping and baking.
- Peach cobbler variations: Make peach blueberry cobbler by adding a few handfuls of blueberries. Blackberries or raspberries taste great with peach too. If you have a vanilla bean, scrape out the seeds and mix them in with the peaches. A splash of vanilla or lemon zest in the crumb topping always tastes great.
- Storage: Any leftovers can be stored in an air tight container in the refrigerator.
- Serving suggestions: Serve warm or cold. Also tastes great with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top.
Other great cobbler recipes:
Fruit cobbler is one of my favorite desserts because of how easy it is to make. The recipe is almost always the same, just with different fruits and minor tweaks. Here are some favorites:
If you’ve made this or any other recipe on my site, let me know in the comment section how it turned out. I love hearing from my readers!
Super Easy Peach Cobbler
- Preheat oven to 375°F.
- Add peaches to a 9×9 baking dish. Toss with lemon juice.
- In small bowl, combine flour, sugar, and egg. Mixture will be crumbly. Cover peaches with mixture.
- Slice butter into thin slices and spread as evenly as possible on top of cobbler mixture.
- Bake in preheated oven for 45-50 minutes until golden brown.
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.