Peach Cobbler With Cake Mix
Our easy and delicious peach cobbler with cake mix recipe is a fabulous recipe for bakers of all skill levels. This quick and easy dessert requires only a few ingredients and can be prepared quickly. This delicious cobbler recipe is one that you have got to try for yourself!
Cake Mix Peach Cobbler
Making a peach cobbler with a cake mix is super easy, and it tastes really good. This secret recipe just might be one of your new favorites because it is so easy and it tastes so delicious, you just won’t be able to resist it.
This recipe seriously might be the easiest peach cobbler recipe you have ever tried making. You only need a few basic ingredients, along with a few recommended spices for a fabulous tasting dessert.
Peach Dump Cake
Ingredients you will need
Peaches. We recommend that you use canned peaches in juice for the best overall result and flavor. While you can use fresh peaches, as long as they are peeled, canned peaches taste just as good, and have a decent amount of moisture to them as well.
Cake Mix. For this recipe, you can use any brand of yellow or white cake mix. Our favorite to use is a yellow cake mix from Aldi, but you can use any type you wish.
Butter. You will need some thinly sliced butter to help flavor this peach cobbler and make it moist. You can choose to use salted or unsalted butter for this recipe, although our preference is to use salted butter.
Cornstarch. We recommend using a little bit of cornstarch to help thicken the peach mixture. You can use cornstarch or your favorite type of all-purpose flour.
Brown Sugar. We recommend using light brown sugar for this recipe. However, if you prefer dark brown sugar, it can also be used just keep in mind it will give you a more molasses-like texture to the cobbler.
Spices. The spices that we recommend using in your peach cobbler include cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves. Please keep in mind that the spices are entirely optional, but we have found that including them does produce a better overall flavored peach cobbler.
How To Make Peach Cobbler With Cake Mix
Preheat the oven to 375°F (190°C).
To begin making peach cobbler with a cake mix, start by opening your canned peaches. Lightly grease a 9×13 baking dish then pour the peaches into the pan.
Sprinkle the peaches with brown sugar, cornstarch, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves if desired. Stir to combine.
Open the boxed cake mix. Sprinkle it over the peaches so that it is evenly distributed and covers the entire pan.
Thinly slice your cold butter, and place the pieces evenly distributed on top of the cake mix.
Place your cobbler into the preheated oven and bake for 30 to 40 minutes, or until the top of your cobbler is a golden brown color and is bubbling around the edges.
Remove from the oven and allow it to cool for a few minutes before serving. Serve and enjoy!
Tips and Tricks
Including Cornstarch. We recommend that you include cornstarch or a bit of all-purpose flour in the peach mixture to help thicken it.
However, if you wish to skip this step, you can simply drain the juice from one can of peaches before adding it to your mixture.
Thinly sliced butter on top. With our easy recipe, you can simply dump most of the ingredients right into the baking pan. There is no need to melt the butter ahead of time and mix it into the cake mix.
While you can do this, you can also simply sprinkle the cake mix and top it with sliced butter.
How To Freeze, Store and Serve
Is peach cobbler served hot or cold?
How you serve this peach cobbler is entirely up to your preference. Peach cobbler can be served hot, warm, or chilled. Everybody has their own preferences. Below we will dive into our preference for this cobbler.
How To Serve
Our favorite way to serve peach cobbler with cake mix is simply to prepare it, then serve it right after it has had a few minutes to cool from baking. We like to serve this peach cobbler with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or topped with fresh whipped cream.
Room Temperature. Our peach cobbler made with a cake mix should be left at room temperature for no more than two hours before it should be refrigerated.
You do not want to leave it at room temperature any longer as it could be exposed to unwanted bacteria and be unsafe to eat.
In the Fridge. Any leftover peach cobbler should be covered with plastic wrap, or transferred to an airtight container and then refrigerated for up to 3 to 4 days.
In the Freezer. If you happen to have any delicious peach cobbler left over, it can be frozen.
To freeze you may consider storing it in individual serving sizes, in a plastic freezer bag, or in a plastic storage container, then placing it into the freezer for up to three months.
How do I reheat peach cobbler?
You can reheat peach cobbler and a variety of ways. The fastest way to reheat peach cobbler is in the microwave.
Simply put it into a microwave-safe bowl, and cover it with a damp paper towel and microwave for one to two minutes until it is warm.
You could also place it into an oven-safe container, and reheat it in the oven at 350°F until warm, or even in the air fryer using the bake function at 325°F until it is warm through.
Variations and Toppings
Top with nuts. One of the best variations to this recipe is to top it with your favorite kind of nut.
Some favorite nuts to use are chopped almonds, crushed walnuts, or crushed pecans. Simply sprinkle the nuts on top before baking.
Use different fruit. Did you know that this recipe can make not only peach cobbler? You can also replace the peaches with other canned fruit, frozen fruit, or even fresh fruit.
You can make a blueberry cobbler, strawberry cobbler, or an apple cobbler, you could even use canned cherry pie filling for a delicious recipe variation.
The Flavor and Recipe Variations:
Use Fresh peaches. As a substitute for canned peaches, you could also use fresh peaches for a delicious recipe variation. You’ll want to be sure that your fresh peaches are peeled, and make sure they are juicy peaches when making this recipe.
Bake in a Crock Pot. Say what? That’s right, one easy recipe variation for this delicious peach cobbler is to bake it in a crockpot.
To do this, you’ll prepare your peach mixture the same as instructed above, sprinkle your cake mix on top, then add sliced butter on top as well.
Cover your crockpot with a lid, and cook on high for only two hours, or on low for approximately four hours.
What is the difference between a cobbler and a crisp?
The main difference between a cobbler and a crisp is that a crisp typically contains oatmeal whereas a cobbler does not.
What Is The Difference Between Dump Cake And Cobbler?
The main difference between a dump cake and a cobbler is that the ingredients for a dump cake are literally dumped, whereas a cobbler may require a little more effort.
How do you know if peach cobbler is done?
To tell if your peach cobbler is done, you will want to make sure the top of your cobbler is a golden brown color, and the edges of the cobbler are bubbling.
What Can I Use To Thicken My Peach Cobbler?
We would recommend using cornstarch, or all-purpose flour to help thicken the peach cobbler.
Do Peaches Need To Be Soft For Cobbler?
It is ideal that the peaches are soft when making peach cobbler. We recommend using canned peaches because they are soft and contain the right amount of juice.
Do you refrigerate peach cobbler after baking?
We recommend that any leftovers, if you happen to have any, are placed in an airtight container, then stored in the refrigerator for up to 3 to 4 days.
Super Easy Peach Cobbler with Cake Mix
Easy peach cobbler recipe makes a quick and delicious dessert or snack. If you are not much of a baker, this recipe is one you should try out. Even if you are a knowledgeable baker, you can’t go wrong with this easy and delicious recipe. Be sure to give it a try today and let us know what you think! We hope that you love it as much as we do.
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