Quick And Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe
This quick and easy peach cobbler recipe I actually baked in my Sun Oven. The peaches are so delicious this year so I picked up a box to eat, bake and freeze. My husband has been eating fresh sliced peaches on his cold cereal every morning. Do you love fresh fruit as much as I do?
Here are the ingredients in the peach cobbler: butter, sugar, flour, baking powder, salt, milk, cinnamon, and of course, the peaches. The ingredients are almost always in our food pantries. Yay! Use of this recipe is great when peaches come in season. What’s really cool is that this recipe can be used with almost any fresh fruit.
Sun Oven: dark non-shiny pan
Here is what the batter, soon to be crust for the peach cobbler, looks like. You grease the pan of your choice and scoop in the batter. I had to use a dark non-shiny pan so I could bake the peach cobbler recipe in my Sun Oven. Yes, I love the solar life. No electricity…..
Ready To Bake After Combining
Here is the Peach Cobbler baked in my Sun Oven. I preheated the Sun Oven to 300 degrees. I decided when I had the pan ready to go in the Sun Oven I would just bake it a tad longer. It took another half hour to get the temperature up to 350 degrees.
Finished Easy Peach Cobbler
I baked it for 1-1/2 hours instead of the one hour the recipe suggested. It’s really okay because the Sun Oven keeps the recipes moist and yummy!
I took Mary Ellen’s recipe and modified it a bit with some of my mom’s ingredients, more sugar & some cinnamon. Yes, I have a sweet tooth. I hope you enjoy this fresh peach cobbler as much as we do! Enjoy!
Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe
- 1/2 cup butter melted
- 2 cups of sugar
- 1 cup flour
- 1-1/2 tablespoons baking powder
- 3/4 cup milk
- 1-2 teaspoons cinnamon
- 3-4 cups peeled and sliced or cubed fresh peaches I like more peaches
Melt the butter, add the milk and combine it with the dry ingredients. Stir until blended and scoop in a greased pan. Place the peaches on top of the batter and bake at 350 degrees for about one hour. Serve with ice cream or whipped cream.
My favorite things:
All American Sun Oven- The Ultimate Solar Appliance
John Boos RA03 24-by-18-by-2-1/4-Inch Reversible Maple Cutting Board
Wusthof 9″ Double Serrated Bread Knife Classic, Black
7 thoughts on “Quick And Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe”
This is almost identical to the very first recipe I learned to cook at age nine. My grandmother taught me this recipe with 5 ingredients, 1 for each finger of my hand – cup of flour, cup of sugar, cup of milk, melted stick of butter, drained can of fruit.. Later in life I learned to add baking powder to lighten it a bit,. I also add sugar to fresh friuit, and cinnamon to peaches.. Must be cobbler time -my sister called me a couple of days ago for this recipe. Now I have to go make one, too!
I hope you add the milk to the dry ingredients, because you forgot that step. Love your posts!! Keep them coming. I have learned a lot from you, thanks. Carol
Hi Carol, oh my gosh, I’m so glad you saw that. Now I want to make some peach cobbler! I can’t wait for the peaches to come on this summer!! Thank you so much!!! Linda
This is amazing! Thanks for sharing!
Hi Heidi, thank you for the 5 stars! My family loves this recipe! Linda
Linda❤️ I love this peach cobbler recipe! It is sooo easy to make and sooo delicious! My whole family loves it! We love it warm with a bowl of vanilla ice cream! Yummm!❤️ Thank you for another great recipe!
Hi Camille, thank you for the 5 stars! This peach cobbler is so good, I’m glad your family loves it! Linda