This Easy Peach Cobbler with Fresh Peaches is the best, delicious dessert! Learn how to make peach cobbler from scratch in under an hour!
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If you have fresh, juicy peaches hanging around - this fresh peach cobbler is a must try!
Loaded with sweet fruit, this easy fresh peach cobbler has the most delicious buttery cobbler crust that is absolutely divine!
This recipe is a must try year round, but especially when peaches are in season.
Why we love Easy Fresh Peach Cobbler
- Easy to make: This cobbler comes together in under an hour with little to no effort!
- Common ingredients: You probably have everything you need to make this delicious fresh peach cobbler!
- Versatile: Use any fruit you like in this recipe!
Ingredients for Fresh Peach Cobbler
To make this recipe you'll need:
Fresh Peach Filling Ingredients:
Peach Cobbler Ingredients:
How to Make Peach Cobbler with Fresh Peaches
The first step to making fresh peach cobbler is making Homemade Peach Pie Filling, you can also use canned pie filling but fresh peaches taste so much better!
- In a saute pan, make the peach filling. Simmer on low for 15 minutes until peaches start to soften and sauce thickens.
- In a bowl, combine the butter, sugar, salt, cinnamon, and flour. Mix until crumble forms.
- In a baking dish, add the cooked peaches. Top with the crumble in an even layer
- Bake for 15-20 minutes or until the top is nice and crispy.
Tips for Easy Peach Cobbler with Fresh Peaches
- Other Fruit: You can always add in other fruits with peaches to jazz things up. Cherries, apples, blueberries, and blackberries are all great choices. You can also try this Mixed Berry Cobbler!
- Use canned peach pie filling : Don’t have time to whip up your own peach pie filling? Canned will work just as well, although it definitely won't taste as fresh! This recipe for Peach Cobbler with Canned Peaches is fool proof!
- Use canned biscuits - If you’re in a pinch and need to be quick, slice up canned biscuits as your topping. It tastes delicious and nobody will know the difference.
- My peach cobbler is runny - If it’s runny, then the filling was too runny before you began. Be sure your filling is nice and thick so it sets up appropriately before you start the baking process.
- Don’t overfill the dish - We don't recommend doubling this recipe/using a smaller dish because it can easily bubble over!
- Make a smaller serving!: Check out this Peach Cobbler for Two recipe if you want a smaller serving!
Substitutions for Fresh Peach Cobbler:
Peaches: You can use fresh or frozen peaches. You can also used canned peach pie filling in place of making it from scratch.
Butter: Butter is essential to this recipe. We haven't tried it with dairy free butter.
Sugar: White sugar is essential for the crumble topping.
How to Store Easy Fresh Peach Cobbler Recipe:
Storing Fresh Peach Cobbler: It's best to store peach cobbler in the refrigerator. Transfer to an airtight container or tightly cover with plastic wrap.
Freezing Peach Cobbler: You can freeze peach cobbler. Transfer to an airtight container and store in the freezer for up to 2 months. The texture will taste different when defrosted but it will still be delicious!
Reheat: You can reheat peach cobbler in the microwave or the oven. If you're going to put the baking dish in the oven, let it come to room temperature. Never put a cold pan from the refrigerator in the oven because it can crack.
Homemade Peach Cobbler FAQ
Peach cobbler is made with a buttery, biscuit-like topping where peach crisp is made with a crispy oat/streusel based topping.
Yes, you definitely should peel peaches for cobbler. It's much easier to eat!
It's better to use frozen peaches that have been cooked down that canned peaches. Frozen peaches taste so much better!
Why is My Peach Cobbler Gummy?
A gummy filling often means there was too much syrup in your filling. This happens more often with canned fruit or canned pie filling more than anything. A homemade pie filling, frozen fruit, or fresh fruit is the best way to avoid gumminess from appearing with your peach cobbler.
More Dessert Recipes You’re Sure to Love:
- Apple Cobbler
- Easy Bananas Foster
- Chocolate Chip Blondies
- Cinnamon Roll Cake
- Raspberry Pound Cake
- Peach Cobbler for Two
- Easy Blackberry Cobbler
Easy Peach Cobbler
- Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
- Simmer on low for 15 minutes until peaches start to soften and sauce thickens.
- In a medium bowl, combine the butter, sugar, salt, cinnamon, and flour. Mix until crumble forms.
- In a 9x13 baking dish, add the cooked peaches in an even layer. Top with the crumble in an even layer
- Bake for about 15-20 minutes or until the top is nice and crispy.
- Remove from the oven and let cool for a few minutes before serving. Enjoy!