18 Reviews

I basically use the same recipe, with a few variations, and feel my recipe is even easier! I use a 29 ounce, undrained can of sliced peaches (in heavy syrup), cut down on the sugar to 3/4 cup, add 1 tbsp. of baking powder to the dry mixture, and use a whole stick of melted butter to drizzle on top. The baking powder makes for a biscuit crust, but is still nice, crunchy, and buttery on top. The best thing is that one usually has all the ingredients on hand. : )

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Irishcolleen August 21, 2012

This was tasty. It is kind of like a cookie crust. DH made it and I am not totally sure what or how he put the butter on top but it was way too much butter - it had ran down the sides and into the fruit. I will make this again and cut the butter on top in half.

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Ceezie February 26, 2011

Delicious! I love how crispy the topping came out. I sprinkled cinnamon and sugar over my peaches.

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nmj June 25, 2010

I used fresh farmer's market yellow peaches which were perfectly ripe and sweet. The lemon juice ruined it a bit. I liked the crust a lot, but the peaches were soured by the lemon juice. Next time I make it I will not add the lemon juice, and use some brown sugar instead.

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cristymcgoff August 29, 2009

I baked this peach cobbler last night. I left out the lemon juice but otherwise followed the recipe. My family really enjoyed it . I served it with french vanilla ice cream. Yummy. It was so easy.Try it and be pleasantly surprised like me.

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elizabeth p. October 14, 2010

This is as easy as it claims to be and really, really good! I think even my bachelor sons can follow this recipe! I'll make it often.

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tebaxter July 02, 2010

This is a perfect treat when you are stressed out, short on time, yet need to come up with a quick and yummy dessert. Everyone loved it and couldn't believe how easy it is to make. I added some cinnamon because I love it, but it certainly does not need it. Thanks for sharing this winner, kennilyn.

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Merlot June 01, 2007

Delicious!! Love the crunchy texture of the cobbler. I used two 29 oz cans of peaches (drained) and added a little cinnamon to the peaches. Cooked about 55 minutes. Will definately make this my "go to" recipe for cobbler. Thanks for sharing.

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KatHam January 29, 2013

Wow! Was this a good recipe. Easy, breezy, and delicious! I double the topping and added more butter, tossed the frozen peaches in sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, and butter (melted). I used a larger pan and it was some kind of great. Thank you for sharing. This is a keeper and such a perfect recipe when you're pressed for time or having last minute guests or just want a qucik comforting dessert. Wonderful!

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Peachy D August 27, 2012

I also tried this recipe and added an extra cup of peaches, cut out 3 Tablespoons of regular sugar and added 3 Tablespoons of brown sugar, cut out the lemon and cut up some of the butter to add to the top of the crust. Served with vanilla ice cream and just received the raves.

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renate200 August 24, 2012
Super Easy Peach Cobbler