Peach cobbler is a classic comfort food typically enjoyed with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. However, there are an endless amount of ways to savor in the sweet peach flavors and buttery biscuit toppings with these 50 delicious peach cobbler recipes.
How to tell if peaches are ripe
There are a few signs that tell you if your peaches are ripe and ready to enjoy. Here are some ways you can test your peaches for ripeness:
- They are slightly soft. Gently squeeze your peach to see if they have some give. If your peaches are firm to the touch, they are not ready.
- They have a sweet smell. If a peach gives off a sweet aroma, your peach is bursting with sweet, peachy flavors and is ready to be enjoyed.
- They are the right color. Ripe peaches have a dark yellow color whereas some peaches have a red color from direct sun exposure. Green peaches, or any hint of green, means the peach needs more time to ripen. Green peaches are edible but they will not be as sweet and juicy as a ripe peach.
- They are the right shape. Ripe peaches will become more round as they ripen.
If you need to slow the ripening process, put your peaches in the fridge where they can keep for five days.
What kind of peach is best for a cobbler?
For peach cobbler recipes, you will want a juicy, sweet peach such as yellow peaches. White peaches are similar in flavor and slightly sweeter than yellow peaches. But since they are softer, they don’t hold up well when baked.
Should peaches be peeled for cobbler?
Peeling peaches before making a cobbler is the baker’s choice. The skin on sliced peaches will soften during baking, making them tender and adding some texture to the final dish. However, if you’d rather not have peach skin in your cobbler, you can skin them.
What is the difference between a crisp and a cobbler?
Crisps and cobblers are both fruit desserts typically made in the oven or on a stovetop skillet. However, there are a few differences between the two.
Exterior: Crisps are usually lighter due to their streusel topping and use of oats. Whereas, cobblers are denser due to the biscuit dough topping and base. Additionally, the toppings of crisp are typically a full layer unlike the biscuit dough dollops that sit on top of a cobbler as individual biscuits.
Interior: Crisps have a crispy, streusel crumb topping, but also can have a slightly crispy fruit interior, as well. On the other hand, cobblers are more soft-centered and usually have a bottom crust made of biscuit dough.
50 Delicious Peach Cobbler Recipes You Can Enjoy All Year
1. Peach Cobbler Recipe With Fresh Peaches
With 9 simple ingredients and 4 easy steps, this Southern Peach Cobbler recipe from Southern Living is made with fresh peaches for a sweet treat.
Top with a scoop of vanilla ice cream after it comes out of the oven. Or you could even serve it cool for a tasty summer dessert both children and adults will love. In addition, you could add on-ground cinnamon or nutmeg for extra complementing flavor.
2. Canned Peach Cobbler Recipe
Southern Plate offers us this recipe for Old-Fashioned Peach Cobbler that presents a traditional Southern comfort food with a buttery cinnamon sugar crust and juicy peaches.
The flavor combination is irresistible and the recipe calls for canned peaches so you can make it all year round.
3. Peach Cobbler Recipe With Cake Mix
For a recipe simple enough for the kids to help out with, Bubba Pie shows us how to make this Peach Cobbler that is a buttery, bubbly dessert requiring three minutes of preparation time.
The recipe uses cake mix as a shortcut, canned peaches, and a few other ingredients to make a dessert that is quick, simple, and enjoyable any time of the year.
4. Peach Cobbler Made With Pillsbury Biscuits
Plain Chicken gives us this recipe for a Peach Cobbler Bubble Up recipe that is a unique twist to your classic peach cobbler recipes. The dessert is made with five ingredients including refrigerated biscuits, peach pie filling, canned peach slices, cinnamon, and brown sugar.
Since the recipe will be ready in about 30 minutes, you can whip this dessert up and serve it with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream in no time.
5. Bisquick™ Peach Cobbler Recipe
The old-school recipe using Original Bisquick™ mix is one we all know and love. However, the dish is revamped in this recipe from The Kitchen Magpie. It includes fresh peaches and brown sugar for a delicious caramel taste.
The recipe includes the original, so you can choose which one you prefer to make.
6. 4-Ingredient Instant Pot Peach Cobbler
Life Family Fun shows us that the Instant Pot can be used for more than soups or stews. A 4-Ingredient Peach Cobbler can be made right in your Instant Pot. So you’ll have a quick and easy yet comforting and delicious weeknight dessert.
7. Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe Using Frozen Peaches
A delicious summertime dessert can be made any time of the year using frozen peaches in this Peach Cobbler recipe from Lemons For Lulu. Other than the peaches, the recipe needs six ingredients and a few minutes of preparation making it easy to whip up.
8. Gluten-Free Blueberry Muffin
Athletic Avocado combines two classics for this Gluten-Free Blueberry Muffin Peach Cobbler. The recipe takes the delicious breakfast muffin we all know and love and turns it into a topping to sit atop of peach cobbler, a classic summertime dessert.
Tart, tangy, sweet, and sour are just a few descriptors of this flavorful twist on your average peach cobbler recipes.
9. Peach Cobbler Smoothie
Take a classic peach cobbler dessert and transform it into a breakfast staple you can take on the go with this Peach Cobbler Smoothie recipe from Meg’s Everyday Indulgence.
Not only is the smoothie loaded with sweet peaches and oats that deliver a crumbly biscuit flavor profile, but the cinnamon and vanilla also offer warm, comforting flavors.
In addition, the oats thicken up the smoothie, add some dessert-like texture, and keep you full, making this recipe a delicious option for a morning sweet tooth.
10. Blackberry Peach Cobbler
Beyond The Chicken Coop shows us how to make this recipe for Blackberry Peach Cobbler that is made with frozen blackberries and peaches for a delectable dessert that can be enjoyed all year long.
Moreover, the recipe includes advice on using fresh fruit too if you want to relish in the fruits of the summer.
11. Spiced Peach Cobbler
For a tasty twist on an old-time classic, try this Spiced Peach Cobbler recipe from Hunger For Spice. The cobbler is baked with garam masala and ginger-spiced peaches.
So you’ll have a dessert with a delectable spice that perfectly complements the sweetness of the peaches.
12. Paleo Coffee Cake
Real Food with Jessica combines tender coffee cake with juicy peach cobbler for a delicious Paleo Peach Cobbler Coffee Cake topped with a sweet crumb layer.
For an incredible glaze that gets drizzled on the cake, you’ll mix coconut butter, maple syrup, and vanilla. In addition, the paleo-friendly yet oh-so-decadent dessert is gluten-free, dairy-free, and naturally sweetened.
13. Vegan and Gluten-Free Peach Cobbler
Delicious, juicy peach cobbler can be made vegan, gluten-free, and with no butter with this recipe from The Chestnut Bakery.
Since the peaches are caramelized with coconut sugar, this recipe offers a healthier alternative to refined white sugar. In addition, the crumble layer has a crispy and crunchy texture thanks to the rice flour and coconut oil.
Almond flour also provides a nutty flavor to the crumble layer.
14. Paleo Strawberry Peach Cobbler
The Library Kitchen mixes two sweet fruits in this Paleo Strawberry Peach Cobbler. The recipe requires less than 15 minutes of hands-on time. So you can whip this dessert up in the blink of an eye. You’ll be enjoying the warm, bubbly fruit and biscuit topping in no time.
15. Brown Sugar Frosted Cake
Juicy peach cobbler meets sweet, moist cake in this Peach Cobbler Cake recipe from Lemons For Lulu. Made with fresh peaches and topped with a brown sugar frosting, this dessert is an excellent way to showcase this summer season fruit.
16. Keto Peach Cobbler Muffins
All Day I Dream About Food offers us this recipe for Keto Peach Cobbler Muffins that uses two full cups of fresh, juicy peaches while keeping the carbohydrate count down.
The keto-friendly dessert is finished off with a delicious almond flour streusel crumb topping for a decadent dessert anyone will enjoy.
17. Cardamom Peach Cobbler
Warm flavors of cardamom and bright acidity from peaches collide in this Cardamom Peach Cobbler recipe from The Ghee Spot. Even with the addition of a delicious buttermilk drop biscuit, this dessert is easy to mix all together, stick in the oven, and enjoy in one hour.
18. Peach Cobbler with Buttermilk Biscuits and Fresh Thyme
Just a Taste presents a unique surprise to a classic Peach Cobbler with Buttermilk Biscuits by adding fresh thyme to the recipe. Enjoy with fresh peaches in the summertime or warm up any cold winter day by using frozen peaches.
With a sweet fruit filling, fresh thyme helps reign in this dish and complement the necessary topping of vanilla bean ice cream.
19. Peach Cobbler Crumb Bars
A fresh peach filling is sandwiched between buttery and crumbly part-pie and part-cobbler dough in this recipe for Peach Cobbler Crumb Bars from For the Love of Cooking. So you can enjoy the wonderful tastes of classic peach cobbler recipes in a simple crumb bar version.
20. Air Fryer Peach Cobbler
Thyme and Joy gives us this recipe for Air Fryer Peach Cobbler that takes just 15 minutes to make. In addition, the recipe delivers single servings of homemade peach cobbler topped with a crispy streusel topping.
The recipe is made with cinnamon-sugar coated peaches and a buttery-flaky crisp layer of flour and oats. As a result, you’ll get a warm and gooey yet crisp and toasty cobbler.
21. Fried Peach Cobbler Bites
Peach slices, wonton wrappers, and sweet seasonings blend together to make these mouthwatering Fried Peach Cobbler Bites from Brooklyn Active Mama.
The best part about this recipe is that you won’t need biscuit dough or all-purpose flour to create a simple yet delicious dessert. Once cooked, top the crispy bites off with a sprinkle of sugar, vanilla ice cream, or whipped cream for the finishing touch.
22. Amaretto Peach Cobbler
The Endless Meal presents an Amaretto Peach Cobbler that takes your typical cobbler up a notch. Not only are the sweet peaches bathed in amaretto liqueur, but then they are topped with a topping full of almond flour and coconut sugar.
The delicious dessert is vegan, gluten-free, and paleo.
23. Grilled Peach Cobbler
Fluffy, buttery biscuits top a juicy peach filling before it is baked into this bubbly Grilled Peach Cobbler in this recipe found on From My Bowl. Not to mention, this dessert is vegan, gluten-free, and oil-free yet so fluffy, crisp, buttery, sweet, and tart.
24. Peach Cobbler Cookies
Parsley and Icing shows us how to make this recipe for Peach Cobbler Cookies that guides us through making soft, tender cookies studded with fresh peaches. The cookies are flavored with citrusy lemon and warm cinnamon, making them an ideal summertime cookie recipe.
25. Raspberry Peach Cobbler
A delicious yet easy-to-make Raspberry Peach Cobbler from Itsy Bitsy Kitchen is a must-have.
With minimal preparation time and no mixing bowl required, you can whip this dessert up for a last-minute craving. The recipe is an easy weeknight treat or a make-ahead dessert, as it keeps well in the refrigerator for several days.
26. Peach Cobbler Muffins
She’s Not Cookin’ presents fluffy, tender muffins loaded with fruity flavors in this recipe for Peach Cobbler Muffins.
Using basic ingredients and fresh or canned peaches allows you to enjoy these muffins any time you want. In short, their simplicity makes them a great breakfast option or healthy afternoon snack.
27. Bourbon Vanilla Peach Cobbler
A buttery biscuit topping and juicy peaches meet vanilla and bourbon flavors in this Bourbon Vanilla Peach Cobbler recipe from Butternut and Sage.
With this recipe, you’ll create a delicious twist on the classic dessert we all know and love. In addition, the dessert offers comforting and soothing flavors to turn any summer gathering into a special one.
28. Vegan Blueberry Brown Butter Peach Cobbler
Rainbow Plant Life puts a tasty twist on the classic Southern peach cobbler recipes with this Vegan Blueberry Brown Butter Peach Cobbler.
Blueberries and peaches are coated in vegan brown butter and swirled together in a cobbler. The recipe makes for a fluffy and tender cake with a caramelized outer layer. No one will even know this dessert is vegan.
29. Sourdough Peach Cobbler (with Flaky Sourdough Biscuits)
Sweet, juicy peaches are topped with flaky sourdough biscuits in this recipe from Homegrown Happiness. The biscuits are made using a sourdough discard starter. As a result, you’ll get an oh-so-tender and delicious pairing to the tart, juicy peach cobbler filling.
30. Old-Fashioned Cast Iron Peach Cobbler
Elle Jay at Home takes a classic old-fashioned peach cobbler and throws it in a cast iron pan in this recipe.
Not only is this an easy-to-throw-together dessert, but it is also comfort food with the buttery and fruity goodness of this Old-Fashioned Cast Iron Peach Cobbler that will be ready to enjoy right out of the pan in just about an hour.
31. Peach Cobbler Cupcakes
The irresistible flavors of peach cobbler recipes can be enjoyed in an easy, handheld dessert with this Peach Cobbler Cupcake recipe from The Marble Kitchen.
Sweet, juicy peach cobbler filling combines with a brown sugar cinnamon cake and is topped with an easy, decadent homemade vanilla buttercream.
32. Peach Cobbler French Toast Casserole
Jeanie and Lulu’s Kitchen combines two decadent comfort foods to make a tasty Peach Cobbler French Toast Casserole ideal for a weekend brunch.
The casserole has a base of buttery brioche and a brown butter crumb topping for a breakfast dessert that can be made ahead.
33. Peach Cobbler Breakfast Smoothie Bowl
Enjoy the delicious flavors of peach cobbler first thing in this morning with this Peach Cobbler Breakfast Smoothie Bowl recipe from Zest and the City.
With a mousse-like texture that’s packed with excellent nutrients, you’ll be craving this every morning. The smoothie bowl is made with peaches, oats, frozen zucchini, yogurt, and vanilla extract.
34. Vanilla-Glazed Cookies
Just as Tasty packs soft and chewy cookies with fresh peaches and then tops them with a delicious 3-ingredient vanilla drizzle in this recipe.
The texture is melt-in-your-mouth soft, and the cookies have a peachy flavor that complements the vanilla glaze just like vanilla bean ice cream does on an old-fashioned peach cobbler.
35. Peach Cobbler Bars With Schnapps
Peach cobbler makes an appearance in cake-like bar form studded with peaches and spiked with schnapps in this Peach Cobbler Bar recipe from Lemons For Lulu. All of the wonderful flavors of a classic peach cobbler are present in an easy-to-make handheld dessert.
36. Peach and Nectarine Cobbler
Coupon Clipping Cook takes a classic peach cobbler and adds citrusy nectarines to load it up with fruity summertime flavors. The secret to making each bite in this dish crunchy and oh-so-sweet is the use of large crystallized sugar.
37. Healthier Peach Cobbler
Peach cobbler tends to be loaded with heavy ingredients. But Fit Living Eats lightens up the classic peach dessert in this Healthier Peach Cobbler recipe.
All-purpose flour is swapped with gluten-free oat and almond flour. In addition, coconut sugar is used as a low-glycemic alternative, and coconut oil or vegan butter replaces the unhealthy saturated fats from dairy butter.
With these simple changes, you can enjoy each and every bite without sacrificing the flavor, texture, and decadence of the traditional peach cobbler we all know and love.
38. Pound Cake
Where Is My Spoon combines two simple yet delicious desserts in this recipe for Peach Cobbler Pound Cake. The dessert has a rich and moist cake with a sweet and slightly crispy crust for a delicious texture combination ideal for summertime.
So this is an easy recipe that makes for a tasty afternoon snack with tea, an after-dinner dessert, or a sweet morning treat.
39. Peach Cobbler Oatmeal
Dessert for breakfast is made nutritious with this Peach Cobbler Oatmeal recipe from Grandbaby Cakes. Not to mention, this is fruity oatmeal that is loaded with essential vitamins, fiber, and protein.
In addition, this recipe offers a healthy and delicious way to use up those peaches you have around.
40. Peach Cobbler Macarons
B Sweet Dessert Boutique cuts out some of the extra hassles of macarons like aging your egg whites and making sugar syrup for the meringue in this Peach Cobbler Macaron recipe.
A peach cobbler filling and sweet macaron shells are made for a delicious flavor combination. Additionally, this recipe will make a gorgeous dessert that will surely impress your guests.
41. Blackberry Coffee Cake
The wonderful texture and flavors of peach cobbler and coffee cake collide in this Blackberry Peach Cobbler Coffee Cake recipe from Oh Sweet Basil.
Not only do the fresh blackberries and peaches provide a refreshing, fruity flavor, but the brown sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg also deliver a crispy, crunchy texture.
42. Bread Pudding
Grandbaby Cakes combines sweet, fresh peach syrup with a hearty brioche, pie spices, and custard ingredients for this delicious Peach Cobbler Bread Pudding.
The buttery, moist, and gooey dish is baked to a puffy perfection. After that, a bourbon cream drizzle is added for the ultimate Southern comfort dessert.
43. Vegan and Gluten-Free Peach Cherry Cobbler
A Vegan and Gluten-Free Peach Cherry Cobbler from Vegan Eleganza is loaded with the sweet and tart summery fruit flavors of peaches and cherries. Despite being vegan and gluten-free, this is a dessert that any guest or family member of yours will love.
44. 3-Ingredient French Vanilla Dump Cake
Amanda’s Cookin’ shows us how to make a delicious French Vanilla Peach Cobbler Dump Cake. With just three ingredients plus a little cinnamon sugar to sweeten it up, you’ll have a recipe everyone will love.
Since the dessert itself takes just five minutes of preparation time and bakes in 45 minutes, you can whip this up during a busy week or for a last-minute event.
45. Chia Pudding
Common pantry items help make this sweet yet healthy Peach Cobbler Chia Pudding from Healthy Little Vittles. The recipe features a simple vanilla chia pudding, homemade vegan peach curd, a coconut whipped topping, and fresh peach slices all atop crunchy granola.
46. Peach Cobbler Cheesecake
Grandbaby Cakes offers us this Peach Cobbler Cheesecake. The recipe flawlessly merges the classic flavors of a creamy New York-style cheesecake with the decadence of a Southern peach cobbler filled with caramelized peaches and a buttery crumble.
It is truly the ultimate decadent dessert.
47. Peach Cobbler with Cinnamon Swirl Biscuits
A delicious combination of sweet summery peaches and warm cinnamon swirl biscuits makes for an ideal dessert any time of the year with this recipe from The View From Great Island.
The fluffy biscuit dough that tops this peach cobbler is rolled up with a cinnamon-walnut filling that complements the sweet, tart flavors of the peaches.
48. Dutch Oven Peach Cobbler
Well Plated gives us this recipe for Dutch Oven Peach Cobbler. The dessert presents a buttery yellow cake with a crispy, sugary top that gives way to peachy-pudding flavor and texture underneath.
Without the addition of biscuits, this recipe is an easy and quick dessert to whip up when the cravings kick in.
49. Vegan Southern Maple Peach Cobbler
A vegan peach cobbler is topped with flaky, dairy-free biscuits and sweetened with maple syrup in this recipe from Orchids and Sweet Tea.
With a gluten-free option available, this dessert is an excellent dish for those with dietary restrictions. No one will be able to tell this recipe is vegan and everyone will be sure to enjoy it.
50. Peach Plum Cobbler with Almond-Oat Crust
A Meal In Mind combines the best of both stone fruits in this Peach Plum Cobbler with Almond-Oat Crust. Flavors of sweet peaches and tart plums complement the texture of the nutty, crispy almond-oat-sweet rice flour crust in this delicious gluten-free, vegan dessert.
How Do You Know if Peach Cobbler is Done?
Insert a thermometer into the center of your cobbler or the thickest part of the topping to check if your peach cobbler recipes are done. If the thermometer reads 200 degrees F, your peach cobbler should be done.
Additionally, you will notice the filling around the edges is bubbly.
Can You Make Cobbler With Canned Peaches?
Yes, you can. However, you want to make sure to drain canned peaches completely before using them. In other words, the liquid or syrup they are packed in can add too much moisture to your cobbler.
Is the Cobbler Supposed to be Gooey?
If your peach cobbler recipes come out too gooey or runny, the peaches may have been too ripe and juicy. Similarly, if you used canned peaches and didn’t drain enough of the liquid out of them, the extra juices may cause the cobbler topping to become runny or mushy.
Can You Freeze Peach Cobbler?
Yes, you can freeze your peach cobbler once it has cooled. However, your topping may become soggy after defrosting.
To freeze an unbaked cobbler, prepare the fruit and topping in your oven-safe baking dish. Then cover and freeze for up to three months. You can then bake the frozen cobbler in the oven for 20 minutes longer than the recipe directs.
Does Peach Cobbler Need To Be Refrigerated?
Yes, your leftover peach cobbler should be covered and stored in the refrigerator. So, you’ll be able to enjoy a refrigerated cobbler for 2 to 3 days.
How Do You Thicken the Cobbler Filling Without Cornstarch?
If you want to avoid using cornstarch in your peach cobbler, there are a few substitutions you can make in order to thicken your filling:
- All-purpose flour: Since this ingredient is lower in starch, use more of it than you would with a higher-starch thickener. For every 1 tablespoon of cornstarch, use about 3 tablespoons of flour.
- Tapioca: A processed starch product extracted from cassava, a root vegetable that for every 1 tablespoon of cornstarch, 2 tablespoons of tapioca can be used.
- Arrowroot: Made from the root of the arrowroot plant, this starchy flour will work as a one-to-one substitution for cornstarch.
- Instant ClearJel: This substitution keeps fillings thick through a range of temperatures, whether you use it before baking or before freezing.
- Pie Filling Enhancer: Similar to Instant ClearJel but has added ascorbic acid (adding a bright, tart note) and superfine sugar, preventing clumping. The enhancer is about half sugar, so reduce the sugar in your recipe accordingly.
Classic comfort food like these peach cobbler recipes can be enjoyed the old-fashioned way or with unique twists as a way to use up sweet peaches. Savor in endless ways to enjoy this dessert with this list of delicious peach cobbler desserts that your family and friends are sure to enjoy.
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