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Jiffy Peach Cobbler

By Edited Nov 11, 2014 1 2

Fresh Warm Fruit Cobbler

Are you hungry for some fresh-baked dessert? When the heat of summer passes, making baked goods comes naturally with the cooler temperatures and the onset of the holidays. This recipe reminds me of my grandmother who was a world-class cook. She always had something delicious baking in the oven. Even if you're not an experienced cook this dessert is easy to make and a dish your family will enjoy. The ingredients are basic and can be found in most pantries.

Baked Peach Cobbler

Start by combining one half cup of brown sugar with one and a half tablespoons of cornstarch.

Add half a tsp. of cinnamon to the mix.

Drain the canned peaches reserving half a cup of the liquid or use one half cup of water in place of the peach syrup.

In a medium saucepan combine the sugar spice mixture with the liquid.

Cook this over medium heat, stirring until the sauce becomes thickened, about five minutes.

Add the peaches to the thickened syrup mixture and heat until the peaches are warm. Set this aside while you prepare the crust or biscuit topper.

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees and mix the pie crust topper together. I like to make mine from scratch using a family pie crust recipe, but it's faster to use a ready-made pie crust from a can and a lot easier.

Biscuit crust for cobbler

Roll out the crust on a floured surface and sprinkle a light coating of cinnamon and sugar over the surface, if desired. Using your favorite shaped biscuit cutter or the rim of a small glass, cut the dough into individual pieces.

Use the pieces of pie crust to line the bottom of a lightly greased oven proof dish, overlapping the edges slightly to cover the base of the dish.

Pour the heated peach mixture into the oven proof dish over the bottom crust.

Lining the Baking Pan

Peaches Over the Bottom Crust

 Arrange the remaining pie crust pieces on the top over the fruit.

Unbaked Peach Cobbler

Bake the prepared dish for 20 to 25 minutes until the crust turns golden brown and the filling is bubbly.  Remove it from the oven and let the dish cool for about five minutes.

Serve it warm with whipped cream or ice cream. We like it with both!

Dish of Baked Peach Cobbler

Be sure to refrigerate any leftovers if there are any. The next day, the cobbler is great either chilled or briefly warmed in the microwave.

Preparation time is about twenty minutes and baking time around twenty-five minutes, which means you'll have a hot, fresh dessert in less than an hour.

[1] This recipe is based on the Fruit Cobbler recipe from the Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook, 1976 with some slight variations in ingredients.

Follow this quick and simple method to make fresh-baked peach cobbler from canned peaches. To make this dish even easier, substitute other flavors of canned pie mix such as apple, cherry, blueberry or other fruit pie mixes. The aroma of baked goodness will fill your home and fulfill your family's craving for a sweet treat with little effort.

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Comments

Oct 9, 2014 8:09am
Merrci
This looks delicious and easy! Nice to have a good recipe that will work when peaches aren't in season too. Pinned, so I will try it soon.
Oct 10, 2014 5:29am
thinkwrite17
Hi Merrci, Nice of you to drop in on this peach cobbler recipe. We had this for dessert the other night and the next day it was just as good. I hope you enjoy making this.
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Bibliography

  1. Better Homes and Gardens Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book. Des Moines, Iowa: Meredith Corporation, 1976.

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