Introduction: Quik 'n Easy Peach Cobbler

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Peach Cobbler is one of my favorite desserts. I love this recipe because you don't have to spend all day in the kitchen to get a YUMMY dessert!

Step 1: The Peaches

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In an ungreased 9" x 13" pan, pour two large (29 oz) cans of peaches.

Step 2: The Crust

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Pour one box of yellow cake mix over the peaches.

Step 3: The Oooey-Gooey Good Part

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Melt two sitcks of butter in a bowl(so easy to do in the microwave) and pour over the cake mix.

Step 4: A Little Spice

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Sprinkle as much cinnamon as you like over everything.

Step 5: The Sweetness

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Sprinkle as much brown sugar as you like over everything.

Step 6: Bake

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Bake at 350 degrees for 30 -35 minutes! And out comes an absolutely delisious peach cobbler! Serve warm or cooled; serve alone or with vanilla ice cream!


BKonsciousness (author)2016-01-20

You don't have to bake on 375 you can bake at 350 ...350 is better. Just keep checking on your cobbler

LynnetteL5 (author)2015-11-01

Your mistake was draining the peaches. Dump all of the peaches in the pan including the juice.pour the yellow cake mix on top. Put pats of butter on top I put like 12 pats. Sprinkle with cinnamon. The juices and butter keep the cobbler from drying.put in oven in 375 degrees let it bake for 25 minutes then open oven then open cobbler a little bit with fork or knife you will see it look like cake mix like its not getting done. Stir it around and put some more pats of butter on not put any more Cinnamon in or on top of cobbler it will dry it out.after you stir and put pats of butter on top.let it back for 20 - 30 more can check before 30 minutes you can check 15 or 20 minutes. Check to see if its brown enough. When finished take it out of the oven to cool me you won't regret it.when you dump the peaches in and the juice the juice and butter keep it from being dry

annecharles (author)LynnetteL52016-01-19

Thank you Lynette! Your ad ice is appreciated! Going to try this during the weekend.

Let me know how it came out

celina.carlos.75 (author)2014-08-01

Do you use or throw away the peaces´ syrup?

I only save a little of it

CHiNA25 (author)2015-01-18

Oh and dont forget to add a little vanilla extract into peaches

CHiNA25 (author)2015-01-18

Make sure the peaches are drained first, but leave a little of the juices.. tou can heat the peaches up on the stove first adding sugar, cinnamon, a little nutmeg and butter. For the topping you mix the cake mix with softened butter add sugar and cinnamon in the mix.. this makes it into crumbles.. Put peaches in dish for stove, sprinkle crumbles on top.. DONOT pat it down.. cook unto golden brown and ther you have it

donnasamuels1253 (author)2014-11-17


carmela42 (author)2014-10-26

I used crushed pinnapples and yes the liquid needs to be drained. It was yummy.

Drain The Peaches If You Don't Want A Soupy Watery mess.

celina.carlos.75 (author)2014-08-01

Do you use or throw away the peaces´ syrup?

meqt (author)2012-07-30

My cobbler came out really watery....i followed it to the tee... what did i do wrong : ( it taste good tho

sunshiine (author)2011-07-26

My peaches are getting plump. I just might try this! Thanks for sharing.

eoutlaw (author)2010-07-07

I've made this so many times. My friends love it. Thanks for the recipe!

mitch520 (author)2008-01-13

That would probably be good with apples.

stef42678 (author)2007-11-30

I love your recipe! I was one of the winners too and I was just wondering if you received your Real Simple prizes yet? I just got the instructables shirt but nothing else. Let me know, and your recipe is great. Thanks!

surfergirl (author)stef426782008-01-11

Thanks; sorry I didn't respond sooner. Congratualtions on being a winner. I received the shirt and today just received the apron. I would have preferred it plain, because I have never seen a worse embroidery job in my entire life. Hope your apron turned out better.

stef42678 (author)surfergirl2008-01-11

Thanks for the reply, I got the apron too! Do you know when our free subscription starts? I guess that is the last piece of the prize. Congrats to you too!

Shifrin (author)2008-01-06

Thanks, I've always wanted to know how to MAKE peach cobbler, but I think I'm going to try a different recipe because I might be allergic to some of the stuff in it... Very Nice Instructable! ~Shifrin

surfergirl (author)Shifrin2008-01-11

Thanks; hope the cobbler you made was delicious and didn't cause any allergic reactions!

zombiet4cos (author)2007-09-11

i tryed it yesterday yummmmmmmm some suggestions though no need for 2 sticks of butter use 1 1/4 instead also use more peaches like 3 cans but dump the syrup out of the third can other then that it was a great instuctable

tercero (author)2007-09-09

I guess "consume less then 65mg of fat per day" is out the door with this recipe. LOL. It looks good, but for the health conscious, this would be an absolute no no.

brotherelsabar (author)2007-09-08

i used to make this in a dutch oven when i went camping when i was a scout. the trick is to use the cheapest cake mix. it taste better idk why

jessyratfink (author)2007-09-07

The fat content really scares me, but I might try to make a modified version. :D

zachninme (author)jessyratfink2007-09-07

Isn't that the whole point of cobbler? Its not that bad, considering how much it makes.

jessyratfink (author)zachninme2007-09-07

Heavy syrup and two sticks of butter, though! Haha. It might just be the heavy syrup that turned me off. I don't like canned peaches that much. If I could do something like this with fresh peaches it'd be heavenly.

zachninme (author)jessyratfink2007-09-07

Heavy syrup doesn't have fat... if it did, it would float on top.

Grady (author)2007-09-07

I have one quicker than that. Stir tog 1C. Self-rising flour, 1C.Sugar, & 1C. Milk; set aside. Melt 1 stick butter in a pan & pour Mixture over it; Spred 1 large can Peaches, without the juice, over the top, Bake at 350 for 1/2 hour or so. You can add cinnamon if you want, but you don't have to. The flour will rise to the top, & you have a quick, simple cobbler; probably not as good-tasting as yours, though.

meddler (author)2007-09-07

My mom made peach cobbler all the time when i was a kid. My wife knows not to even bother with cake on my birthday but won't make it very often, now i can make it for my self. hahaha victory is mine!!

stasia-realsimple (author)2007-09-06

OOOH! I bet this is a slice of heaven. I've been looking for some ideas for plums and just might try this! Thanks!

Punkguyta (author)2007-09-06

Oh, that doesn't look bad at all, thanks for the recipe, I'll try it some time. -Punk

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