Fresh Peach Cobbler Recipe
- 2 large peaches, peeled and sliced
- 1-1/2 cups sugar, divided
- 1/2 cup butter, melted
- 1 cup all-purpose flour
- 2 teaspoons baking powder
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- Dash ground nutmeg
- 3/4 cup milk
- 1. In a bowl, combine peaches and 3/4 cup sugar; set aside. Pour butter into an 8-in. square baking dish. In a bowl, combine the flour, baking powder, salt, nutmeg and remaining sugar; stir in milk just until combined. Pour over butter. Top with the peaches. Bake at 375° for 45-50 minutes or until golden brown. Yield: 8 servings.
1 serving (1 each) equals 327 calories, 12 g fat (8 g saturated fat), 34 mg cholesterol, 301 mg sodium, 53 g carbohydrate, 1 g fiber, 3 g protein.
Reviews for Fresh Peach Cobbler
"I used fresh peaches in season. This one will not disappoint. The texture is really good and with good peaches it can't fail."
"My family loves this recipe! I used three peaches and added a couple dashes of cinnamon! Delicious! One if my favorite recipes."
"I like the easiness of the recipe, but it has excess amounts of butter and sugar. You can halve the sugar and butter, and it comes out beautifully without being too rich or cloying."
"I have to say I was disappointed in this cobbler. I thought I would make a different one from my usual but I found this one wasn't as rich as I am used to. Its ok but I won't make it again. And yes, I followed the recipe exactly."
"I didn't have fresh peaches so used canned instead. It was delicious!"
"The nutmeg is what makes it. Don't omit."
"Best peach cobbler recipe I have tried. Not as SWEET as others. Just right consistensy of the cake portion on top and that sweet sauce on the bottom - with the peaches. It was PERFECT! My family raved over it!"
"We loved this recipe! I ended up using 5 peaches (they would have been ranked medium to small). Also, I may have overcooked it a bit, so the bottom edges were a little well done (so watch for that!).Everything else was great. The taste and the texture were both right on!"
"It's really good, but mine turned out more like a spiced peach cake than it did a cobbler. I don't know why, maybe I used too much baking powder. I used cinnamon and nutmeg and added extra peaches. It's tasty, but not what you would expect cobbler to be."
"I just made this. It was my first cobbler. I cook a lot, but I don't bake a lot of desserts.I was nervous that I did something wrong because it looked so weird when I put it together.It turned out perfect. I did use 6 peaches and I added cinnamon to the batter because I was out of nutmeg. I am no longer afraid to make a cobbler. Thank you."
"I might have messed this recipe up just a tiny bit. (I was forced to use canned peaches, for one, because my store wasn't selling fresh peaches.) I somehow ended up with a cobbler that wasn't fully cooked. I think, next time, I will use two or three large cans of canned peaches, and double or triple the sugar to match, and then cook it just a little longer. I think if it hadn't been undercooked, this would have been a fabulous recipe. (Afterall, all the edge pieces tasted great!)"
"i would of added more peaches though."
"Added cinnamon. My husband said it aw better than his mothers and grandmothers. What a compliment!"
"This cobbler was very good. I did add some cinnamon to the flour mixture and cut down the butter and sugar a bit. It is pretty sweet even though I did that. I would make it again but think I am more of a "crisp" fan than a "cobbler" fan. But it was delicious!"
"Very quick and easy to make! I used 6 large peaches and baked it in a large oval casserole. The result was a cobbler I will make again and again!!!"
"Very Very Good! Easy and very tasty. I doubled everything and baked in a 13 x 9 pan. Didn't run over like some people mentioned. Will make again, but maybe with a little less sugar and butter. If I try with blueberries or apples, do I need to alternate anything. Would love to try with those fruits as well."
"Very good. I used more peaches, though. Will definitely put it in my keeper box."
"Very Yummy and Very Easy Recipe! I love that it uses fresh peaches for that right from the tree taste! I left out the nutmeg and sprinkled cinnamon on the top instead."
"If this recipe overflowed, it could mean that your peaches were huge. This recipe is delicious! I served it for my children and family, they RAVED!! I am fixing it tonight, but I'm going to double the peaches and put it in a 9x13 pan...can't wait to have it hot with our homemade ice cream!"
"I have the BIGGEST mess in my oven right now!!! Is it suppose to boil over this much? I do not substitute any ingredients and followed the recipe exactly."
"Great recipe and very easy! I was so pleased to find a recipe that used fresh peaches and not canned! I did add a dash of cinnamon in addition to the nutmeg and it tasted great. I'll be making this again for the family."
"Fabulous, I added an extra peach and it boiled over in the oven. Use a bigger pan if you plan to add extra peaches. It tasted great though."
"I din't use 2 peaches. I used 6 peaches because that was what I had on hand. 2 peaches din't seem to be enough for me either."
"Just curious..................is 2 peaches the correct amount for this recipe? Doesn't seem like enough to serve 8 people."
"This recipe was very good. I used fresh peaches and I only used 1 cup of sugar and it still tasted delicious! Thanks for the recipe."
"Absolutely wonderful. I love that this recipe uses fresh peaches insead of canned. I prepared it exactly according to the original recipe, and it was fantastic. It'so simple to prepare,and smells amazing while it's baking. I will definitely be making this again. I would love to try this with other fruits as well, like others have suggested."
"Good easy recipe. Right up my alley!"
"yes, you can use frozen peaches. As a matter of fact you can sub any fruit freash or frozen!"
"Can I use frozen peaches?"
"Can you use apples to make this?"
"This is just delicious !!!"