Baked peach cobbler.

The Best Peach Cobbler!

The Best Peach Cobbler!

Homemade Cobbler with sun ripened peaches and warm cinnamon.
Baked peach cobbler. pinit

When I think peach cobbler, I imagine the perfect afternoons of time with family, supper, and grandma saying ” Who wants dessert?” with all the kids trying to beat each other to the house for the first scoop of that warm gooey cinnamony sweetness topped with a big scoop of the sweetest vanilla ice cream. Now when I say this is the best, I mean I’d pick this over any other dessert, any time of year!

What is Peach Cobbler?

Peach cobbler is a dish that dates back to the **. This has been a traditional dish added to many families in the southern part of the us and many other parts of the world. With variations of blank, blank and blank! A fruit cobbler is defined as having a fruity filling ( usually with a thickened sauce) and topped with a biscuity topping. Now let’s make some cobbler!


Peaches! Sugar! Cinnamon! Lemon juice! Butter! Milk! Flour! Salt! Is that all?!? Well, yes! If you have just these simple ingredients, you can make one of the best peach cobblers out there! You may think you need a whole bunch of fancy ingredients to create a dish that will steal a man’s heart, but in all honesty, you just need some good grandmas’ baking secrets! Or cooking techniques you learn from pastry class… or Youtube! So with these ingredients, I’ll show you how you can take on the challenge of creating this heartwarming dish.


In this recipe, we’ll be going over the different techniques of preparing the peaches and biscuit, cooking the filling and baking this beautiful masterpiece!

The Best Peach Cobbler!

Difficulty: Beginner Prep Time 30 min Cook Time 40 min Total Time 1 hr 10 mins Servings: 4 Best Season: Suitable throughout the year


A warm, gooey, cinnamony, fruity sweetness with crispy, fluffy cobbler topping. 


Cobbler Crust


  1. Preparing the Peaches

    Preheat the oven to 35o degrees. Peel the peaches and slice into 8 per peach. In a separate bowl, place your butter and melt. To this, add in the brown sugar, vanilla and cinnamon and pour this over your peach slices. In the same bowl, place your cornstarch and 2 sliced of peaches, mash together to get all the juices out and combined with the cornstarch and stir into peach mixture.

    Peeled white peaches, sliced in white bowl.
  2. Baking the Peaches

    Once everything is ready, you are going to go ahead and throw this into the preheated oven for 10 minutes, while you make the topping.

    White Peaches sliced, with sauce in baking dish.
  3. Adding the Topping

    Stir together the flour, white sugar and brown sugar, baking powder and salt together. Add a dash of cinnamon if you prefer, as it does add more dessert flavor than biscuity flavor. Cut in the butter until its completely incorporated. Stir in about 1 cup of warm until its a wet biscuit like batter and you're able to do drops of the dough. Some people choose to add more or less and I will cover most of the top and stir into the juices a little bit to get some soft cook dumpling like bits throughout the cobbler, totally your choice to your liking. Add a little sprinkle of white sugar on top for a little extra sweetness and texture. Bake for an additional 30-40 minutes. Just until the top starts turning golden.

    Cobbler topping on sliced peaches with sauce.
  4. Cobbler Completion!

    There you have it! An easy homemade peach cobbler, now you can do this with lots of different fruits, so get out there and start creating all your favorites!

    Baked peach cobbler.
  5. Serving the Cobbler

    The best way to serve this is fresh hot out of the oven, with a big scoop of true vanilla ice cream and a nice glass of cold milk. Or cold straight from the fridge for that secret midnight snack, or room temp for an afternoon Sunday get together! 

    A spoonful of Peach cobbler



For a Crisp 

Use equal parts softened butter ( 1/2 cup) and brown sugar (1/2 cup) and (1 tsp) of vanilla, mix together with about (1 tbsp) of flour and (1 tbsp) of oatmeal, (sprinkle)of cinnamon and nutmeg and a (pinch) of salt. This will be a crumbly mixture that turns crispy and delicious of to add some texture on top!

Peach Crisp with fresh peaches

Keywords: Peach cobbler, Cinnamon, Dessert, Homemade, Biscuit, Baked,
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Hey there! Welcome to The Sweetest Sugar! I'm Cede, a side hustling food blogger! You can always find me in the kitchen whipping up something yummy for my family or in the yard with our kiddo! Just like you, I love making sweet treats! You can expect to find all the yummy recipes along with a little fun and sweetness along the way!

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