This delectable peach cobbler features a base of sweet and juicy peaches topped with a flaky, buttery crust infused with lemon flavors. Serve with a dollop of ice cream for a delectable dessert.
Peach Cobbler Recipe Using Canned Peaches
I’m an absolute fruit dessert lover, and this Pioneer Women peach cobbler with canned peaches is pure bliss. Every bite brings me back to those warm summer afternoons.
Not only is this recipe scrumptious, but the baking process is really simple too. If you’re just starting out in the kitchen, you’ll master this easy peach cobbler recipe in no time!
The best part? Instead of fresh peaches, it uses canned peaches available outside the peak peach season.
It’s one of my favorite fruit dessert recipes, along with this Pioneer Woman Banana Bread and this Apple Crisp Recipe.
Pioneer Woman Peach Cobbler Recipe
- Prep Time15 min
- Cook Time45 min
- Total Time1h15 min
- Yield8 cups
Chilling: 15 min
For The Fruit Base
For The Crust
How To Make It
First, preheat the oven to 375˚F. Melt three tablespoons of butter and brush the baking dish or skillet with the melted butter.
Preparing the Peaches Filling
Then drain le liquid from the peach cans into a bowl or glass and set the peaches aside. Slices the peaches and place them in a large bowl.
In a separate medium bowl, add the ⅔ cup of sugar, 1/4 tsp of salt, and 3 tbsp of cornstarch. Whisk the dry ingredients so you can’t find any cornstarch lumps.
Add the dry mixture to the peaches, then the peach juice, and the lemon juice, and stir gently until combined.
Making The Topping
In a separate bowl, add 2/3 cup sugar, flour, and baking powder to a medium mixing bowl and whisk.
Add 1/2 cup of cubed butter and mix with your fingers or a pastry mixer until you get a crumbly texture.
Add milk to the flour mixture and stir gently.
Bringing It All Together
Add the peach preparation to the prepared baking dish or skillet.
With an ice cream scoop or two spoons, scoop the cobbler dough onto the peach filling.
Leave space between the dough scoops, as they will spread when baked. Sprinkle the coarse or brown sugar evenly over the biscuit dough topping.
Baking The Peach Cobbler
Bake the peach cobbler for 45 minutes until golden brown and the cobbler filling bubbly. Let cool for 10 – 15 minutes and serve with vanilla ice cream and freshly whipped cream.
- I’ve doubled the crust quantity compared to the original recipe. I found that the dough’s quantity was not adequate compared to the peaches. But if you want more fruits and less crust, divide by two the above-mentioned quantity.
- Don’t hesitate to add all the peach juice. It may seem a lot, but the peach filling contains cornstarch that acts as a binder and thickener. The result is a sweet and juicy fruit filling with crispy dough!
- For a different twist, combine other fruits with peaches. For instance, this peach cobbler recipe is delicious with blackberries, blueberries, or pears added in.
- Add a dash of cinnamon or four spices to the peach filling. This sugar and spice combination will give your cobbler more flavor.
- For more originality, reduce the flour quantity to ¼ cup and add ¼ cup almond powder. This will give this slightly nutty taste to your peach cobbler.
- Bake the peach cobbler on the day you prepare it. I don’t recommend making this recipe ahead as the peach juices will soften the dough. You’ll end up with a soggy crust.
- In The Fridge: Since this peach cobbler contains milk, store it immediately once it has cooled as per USDA recommendations. It will stay good for up to 4 days.
- In The Freeze: Nothing prevents you from freezing this peach cobbler. If you do, keep it in the freezer for up to 4 months. Simply keep in mind that freezing may change the texture of the fruit.
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- Ina Garten Banana Bread
- Ina Garten Lemon Cake
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- 6.5g Fat
- 49.6g Carbs
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