The Best Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe

Rustic Florida style peach cobbler recipe using fresh Georgia peaches.

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Joanne Adirim

Founder & Executive Pastry Chef

JUL 14, 2022

For 25 years, Joanne has served as the Founder and Executive Pastry Chef at Hannahmax Baking. Known for her best in class reputation, Joanne and her baking company have crafted gourmet desserts for fine dining establishments, coffee cafes, hotels, & grocery companies across North America. In 2022, she launched the Cookie Chips® Baking Mix, a cookie mix that's shaking up home baking with its bakery quality results. In From The Pastry Kitchen, she shares her industry earned expertise with the home baking community.

Summer is in full swing and that means stone fruits are abundant.

Peaches, nectarines, plums, apricots, pluots. They are juicy, sweet and delicious. I wanted to celebrate the Summer season with a stylish peach dessert for Cookie Chips.® Let's bake the classic Peach Cobbler! You can find all kinds of wonderful fruits to use at your local market. If you're like me, you're dialed into Instagram & Facebook and saw the ad’s from The Peach Truck. They didn’t disappoint. They were delicious! The peaches came in a big box and did not last that long. Some of them started to soften too much and became mushy within the first week. The instructions say to place them all on your kitchen counter and let them ripen up. I don’t know about you, but I don’t have enough space to put 50 peaches on my counters and still use my kitchen.

I left them in the box which was probably not the best. Since I purchased them for baking, the best solution would have been to cut them up and place them in the freezer. Often, I refrigerate almost ripe fruit to extend the shelf life. But 50? There were plenty of mouths in my home to enjoy several of these peaches each leaving me, after about a week, with just enough to make a Summer cobbler. There is information online about the best way to store peaches and here’s what I found to help you with the best practices to store your Summer fruit - How to store peaches or From the Kitchen How to store Summer fruit.

So What is a Peach Cobbler?

A cobbler (or the cobbler I made) is a fruit dessert that uses a cake type batter. The batter is poured over melted butter, and in this recipe I brown the butter, and the peaches are placed over top. As it bakes, the batter puffs up around the fruit and turns golden brown, resulting in a cobbler with a gooey bottom layer and cakey top studded throughout with sweet fruit.

There are actually several different types of cobblers based on regions around the country. One’s with a pastry crust or even a biscuit topping. Some people call their "crumbles" or "crisps" cobblers. I disagree. A crisp is a crisp and crumble a crumble. If you want more information about cobblers and their history check out this article from Delighted Cooking.

The cakey type of cobbler seemed to be the best fit for the Cookie Chip® Baking Mix. The Cinnamon Sugar flavor is actually a perfect fit for this dessert as the warm cinnamon notes in the mix enhance the flavor of the peaches. The aroma of this easy peach cobbler out of the oven is beyond comparison.

So the question to myself was, "how am I going to take a cookie mix, a crunchy Cookie Chips® Baking Mix, and turn it into a cake batter?" It took a little research blended with my understanding of the Cookie Chips® Baking Mix to get the recipe just right. And, right it was.
A cobbler is really an easy dessert to make. With the Cinnamon Sugar Cookie Chip® baking mix, it’s even easier. One thing important to remember when making a cobbler is to serve it hot out of the oven with a scoop of really cold vanilla ice cream or lightly sweetened whipped cream. The texture from the creaminess of the whipped cream or ice cream blended with the gooey & cakey cinnamon batter and the sweetened tartness from the peaches will make this the best of the best Summer dessert.

Now let's get baking!

The Best Peach Cobbler Recipe

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Peach filling before the batter.

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Peach Cobbler out of the oven.

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Serve fresh with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Peach Filling

• Fresh peaches - 5-6 (5 rounded cups). 

• Brown sugar - 2 tbsps.

• Granulated sugar - ¼ cup.

• Ground cinnamon - 1 tsp.


• Cinnamon Sugar Cookie Chips - 1 bag.

• Butter, unsalted - 1 stick or 1/2 cup.

• Baking powder - 1 ½ tsp.

• Milk, - ¾ cup.

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To Make

1.  Preheat oven to 375 F.

2.  In a mixing bowl, blend peaches with brown sugar, granulated sugar and cinnamon. Toss well and set aside for 15-20 minutes.

3.  Cook butter in a small saucepan until it foams then browns. About 5 minutes. Remove from heat and pour into a 9”x13” baking pan. Tilt pan so the melted butter is evenly spread.

4.  In a mixing bowl, add Cinnamon Sugar Cookie Chips® Baking Mix and blend with baking powder.

5.  Add milk and whisk until a smooth batter forms.

6.  Drizzle batter evenly over the butter in the baking pan.

7.  Top with peaches.

8.  Bake for 30-40 minutes or until the top is dark golden brown.

9.  Cool for 10 minutes before serving.

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Make bakery quality, thin & crispy cookies in 15 minutes. These pastry chef crafted, easy bake Cookie Chips® are so delicious.

Like everything that I bake, this mix uses artisan, non GMO, simple ingredients, and no artificial junk.

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