It truly couldn’t get any more simple than this for a dessert, easy peach cobbler. My family grew up on this cobbler, though we usually had it in a dutch oven. It works either way. It was snowing when we made this so we used the oven instead of attempting the bitter cold. We also used canned peaches which I HATE doing, but we didn’t have any fresh peaches. When we make it for our friends they actually prefer the pie filling peaches, the can with the glaze in it. Any way you do it is fine.
How Do You Ripen Peaches?
To ripen peaches, place in a brown paper bag and fold the top over.
Or, cover a box of peaches with newspaper and let stand at room temperature till ripe.
Are Peaches Healthy?
Peaches are low in calories, and contain no saturated fats.
Peaches are a good source for vitamins E and K, niacin, folate, iron, choline, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, manganese, zinc and copper.
What Is The Difference Between Cobbler and Crisp?
A cobbler is a deep-dish baked fruit dessert with a thick dropped-biscuit or pie dough topping.
A crisp is a baked fruit dessert with a layer of topping including oats or nuts.
Easy Peach Cobbler
- 3 Cans (8.5 oz) of Peaches, drained(unless you are using the pie filling), or 4-6 fresh peaches (or fruit of choice)
- 1 Box White or Yellow Cake Mix (I use white)
- 1-2 Ts Cinnamon
- 1 Stick of butter
- Heat oven to 350
- Slice and layer the peaches into the bottom of a 9x13 inch glass baking dish.
- Sprinkle cinnamon over the top and toss lightly.
- Sprinkle cake mix over the peaches and dot with stick of butter.
- Bake 30 or until lightly browned and bubbly
This tastes even better baked in a dutch oven over coals, with a few coals on top. Perfect for camping!
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 210 Saturated Fat: 0g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 0mg Carbohydrates: 46.7g Fiber: 1.1g Sugar: 25.9g Protein: 2.1g