Easy Peach Cobbler

Easy Peach Cobbler

23 reviews, 4.3 star(s). 87% would make again

Ready in 50 minutes

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1 stick margarine; or butter
1 c Sugar
1 c Self-rising flour
1 c milk
1 lg can peaches

Original recipe makes 8 Servings



Melt margarine in deep dish or pan. Mix sugar, flour, and milk; pour over melted margarine. Pour the peaches and juice over this mixture. Do not stir. Bake at 350 F for 45-50 minutes. Serve warm. Top with whipped cream. I have successfully reduce the butter to 1/2 stick and have used various pie fillings in this recipe in place of the peaches. Works equally well. Betty Message From bscoggins@why.net (bscoggins) to Prodigys Recipe Exchange Newsletter Posted to MC-Recipe Digest V1 #803 by Roberta Banghart on Sep 24, 1997

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Yes! It taste as good as it looks!

My daughter wanted to make a cobbler and I used this recipe.



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Super easy and tastes great!
pwesley 8m ago

All-time favorite at my house. Quick n easy to make & bake. However I swapped out the milk for coconut milk(I am highly lactose intolerant) and added 2 t. of cinnamon. Also sprinkle cinnamon sugar on top b4 baking. I serve w/ lactose-free van. ice cream. No one ever knows its a dairy-free dish!
loricj59 2y ago

To make this a 5 star rating add freshly grated nutmeg, cinnamon and vanilla extract. I only use 1/2 of the peach juice mixed in with the peaches and spices. You don't want the cobbler to be too runny. Amazing recipe!
cookingmswanda122 2y ago

I used 2 bags of peaches (love lots of peaches) that I thawed from frozen and put a 1/2 cup of sugar over them, added a splash of vanilla and mixed before dumping over the flour mixture, then I sprinkled a little cinnamon over the top before putting in the oven. Delish!!! I did only put a little margarine on top..
debbie_r_tuey 3y ago

Make sure it's a deep dish. Add a dash of salt to the flour mix to cut the sweetness. We liked it better with some cinnamon to taste. Use 1/2 stick butter without noticing a difference. Definitely on my favorite list. Very easy, in my oven and deep pan it does take a little longer to cook.
jessehartley 3y ago

Easy and good. Just sprinkled cinnamon over the top before baking.
chslydia 3y ago

Pretty good, very easy. Cut the sugar a bit. It didn't get golden brown on top but it was still cooked. Kids loved it!
christinaammermandupree 3y ago

Easy batter.
freckles2stars 3y ago

Never made a peach cobbler before, this was so easy and was demolished within 5 minutes by the entire family! Great tasting, sweet and tasty.
Wiccagal 3y ago

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