“I have such a sweet tooth that even when I’m trying to cut calories, it’s tough to skip dessert. So I adapted one of my favorite peach pie recipes to make this light, no-crust delight,” writes Susan Wilson from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
"This delightful dessert can be stirred up while your oven preheats, so it's a snap to make for unexpected visitors," advises Linda Emery of Tuckerman, Arkansas. "Canned peaches make it even more convenient."
A co-worker brought this easy, delicious dessert to work, and I couldn't resist asking for the recipe. A moist bottom layer made with canned peaches and a boxed cake mix is covered with a lovely golden topping of coconut and pecans. It tastes wonderful served warm with ice cream. —Nancy Carpenter
This recipe from the Missouri Ozarks represents our area well because so many farms have peach trees. Cobbler is a delicious dessert for picnics and potluck dinners. It can be served cold or warm, and is especially good topped with a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream.
“I love crisps, and this one is a cinch to whip up.” Rice Chex make it unique, while peaches and brown sugar provide loads of classic appeal. Better still, it takes less than 30 minutes from start to finish!
Tracy Golder - Bloomsburg, PA
"This delicious cobbler smells so good while it's in the oven, your mouth will be watering before it's finished baking" assures Roni Goodell of Spanish Fork, Utah. "Believe me--there will be no leftovers!" TIP: "Serve it warm with cream or ice cream--my family's favorite," Roni suggests.
This recipe is one of our most popular desserts. It was created by John, who is a chef, and a friend when we opened the inn in 1967, The inn was named for the uniforms worn by Colonel John Haslet and his troops. They marched from Dover's Green to join General George Washington in the War from Independence in 1776.—Marie Nemphos, King of Prussia, Delaware
There’s no pitting cherries and peeling peaches when you’re throwing together this quick cobbler. It uses convenient canned fruit and purchased pie filling. Sandra Pierce of North Bonneville, Washington shared the recipe.