Lazy Man’s Peach Cobbler
Lazy man’s peach cobbler makes a delicious dessert. This recipe is very easy to make, only requiring a few basic ingredients. This recipe can be prepared simply for any occasion. Check out the step-by-step instructions on how you can easily make this delicious treat.
Peach Cobbler – Lazy Man’s Pie
Making peach cobbler, or the lazy man’s version of the peach pie has never been easier than with this recipe. This recipe makes a quick and easy peach cobbler that requires very little effort for a delicious dessert.
Lazy Man’s Pie Peach Cobbler
Lazy Man’s version of pie in peach cobbler is easy and tastes amazing. This recipe requires very little effort in preparing your peach cobbler from scratch, but you are rewarded with an amazing taste in your finished dish. Although this recipe is super easy, the taste is still delicious. You will be surprised by how good this cobbler tastes.
Easy Peach Cobbler
Making peach cobbler from scratch has never been easier than with this lazy man’s recipe. Making peach cobbler using this recipe is a version of making peach pie, only much more efficient. With the step-by-step instructions included below, we will walk you through the very simple process to make your own peach cobbler from scratch. Let’s begin by looking at an overview of any tools you need to make this cobbler, as well as ingredients you will need, followed by an overview of how to make this easy cobbler.
Ingredients for Lazy Man’s Peach Cobbler:
How To Make Lazy Man’s Peach Cobbler:
The process of making lazy man’s peach cobbler is quite simple. To start off melt your butter and pour into the bottom of your pan. Drain the peaches and pour into the pan, on top of your melted butter, and do not stir.
Then in a mixing bowl combine sugar, flour, baking powder, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, and milk. Stir together until your mixture is combined. Then pour into your dish. Bake at 350°F for one hour or until your cobbler is cooked through. Remove from the oven and allow to cool for a few minutes. Serve with whipped cream or ice cream. Enjoy!
Lazy Man’s Peach Cobbler Recipe
Yield: 8×8 pan
¼ cup butter, melted
½ cup all-purpose flour
½ cup granulated sugar
½ tsp baking powder
pinch of salt
½ tsp cinnamon
1/8 tsp nutmeg
¼ tsp vanilla
½ cup milk
16 oz peaches
Preheat oven to 350°F.
Melt the butter, and pour it into the bottom of your baking pan.
Drain the peaches and pour them into your baking dish. Spread them on top of the butter. Do not stir.
In a mixing bowl, combine flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, and milk. Stir until no lumps remain. Pour into your baking dish. Bake at 350°F for 50 minutes, or until the cobbler is cooked through. Enjoy while hot. Top with ice cream or whipped cream if you wish. Serve and enjoy!
Do Not Stir: When making your peach cobbler it is very important that you not stir the different layers as they are added in. Simply pour them into your baking dish.
We have estimated that the above recipe makes an 8×8 dish that can easily serve six people. Our nutritional facts below are based on the assumption that the above recipe is divided into six portions and therefore one serving is equal to 1/6th of the above recipe.
We have estimated that one serving for the above recipe contains 337 calories per serving. We have also estimated that one serving contains 9.3 g total fat, 22 mg cholesterol, 65 mg sodium, 63.4 g total carbohydrates, and 5.6 g protein. Please note that if any ingredients are substituted in the above recipe, the nutritional facts will also change.
Lazy Peach Cobbler with Fresh Peaches
If you love that fresh taste of peaches, you will want to try making your lazy man’s peach cobbler using fresh peaches. Fresh peaches give your cobbler a whole new flavor. It adds a little something to it that canned peaches don’t achieve. However, using canned peaches or fresh peaches are both delicious in a cobbler. We are going to look specifically at using fresh peaches to make an easy peach cobbler recipe.
Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe with Fresh Peaches
To make a peach cobbler using fresh peaches, you will want to prepare your peaches by peeling and slicing them. You will also want to rinse and allow them to dry before including them in your cobbler. Using fresh peaches allows you to use your favorite type of peaches and make a delicious cobbler out of them.
Can I make this peach cobbler recipe with canned or frozen peaches if I don’t have fresh peaches?
Yes! My favorite way to make lazy man’s peach cobbler is by using canned peaches. You can also use frozen peaches if you wish. Either way works great. Just know that if you are using canned peaches, you will need approximately sixteen ounces of peaches that have been sliced and drained of their liquid. If you are using frozen peaches, you will simply want to allow your peaches to thaw slightly in advance. When using frozen peaches, you will need two cups of peaches that are sliced and slightly thawed. They can thaw out the remainder of the way when baked.
Easy Peach Cobbler with Canned Peaches and Bisquick
You can also make an easy peach cobbler using canned peaches and Bisquick mix. To do this is quite easy you will just need a few ingredients outlined below, then bake it until it’s done.
Peach Cobbler Ingredients
To make peach cobbler using a Bisquick mix, you will need the following ingredients:
½ cup Bisquick mix, ½ cup milk, ¼ teaspoon cinnamon, 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg, ¼ cup butter, ¼ teaspoon vanilla, ½ cup sugar, and 16 ounces canned peaches.
Bisquick Substitute In Peach Cobbler
To make lazy man’s peach cobbler using Bisquick mix, you will begin by melting the butter as instructed above, then pour your canned peaches into the baking dish. In a mixing bowl, combine the Bisquick mix, milk, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, and sugar. Stir together until no lumps remain. Pour the mixture over your peaches and bake at 350°F for about 50 minutes or until the cobbler is baked through.
What if I am feeding a bigger crowd and need more cobbler?
If you are feeding a large crowd and need more cobbler, you can easily double the recipe. To make a 9 x 13 dish, you will simply make it using one cup of flour, 1 cup of sugar, 1 teaspoon baking powder, one whole stick of butter, 1 cup of milk, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, ¼ teaspoon nutmeg, and 32 ounces of canned peaches. If your crowd is very large, you can make two 9 x 13 pans using this recipe.
Can You Use Fresh Peaches In This Peach Cobbler?
Yes, you can easily use fresh peaches in this lazy man’s peach cobbler recipe. To make an 8 x 8 pan of peach cobbler, you will want to include approximately 2 cups of peeled and sliced peaches. When making a 9 x 13 pan of peach cobbler, you will want to include approximately 4 cups of peeled and sliced peaches.
This Simple Peach Cobbler Recipe Doesn’t Seem Right
Perhaps this peach cobbler recipe doesn’t seem quite right to you. Perhaps this recipe for lazy man’s peach cobbler seems almost too easy to you. However, I can assure you that this peach cobbler recipe does in fact make an amazing peach cobbler that is quite easy to prepare. Do you understand just how good this peach cobbler recipe is, you will have to give it a try for yourself and let us know what you think about it.
Lazy Peach Cobbler
Lazy man’s peach cobbler is also known as the lazy man’s peach pie. Making this recipe is simply a matter of dumping a few ingredients together mixing them up and baking. It really is that simple to make this delicious peach cobbler recipe that is oh so easy.
Lazy Man’s Peach Cobbler
Lazy man’s peach cobbler recipe only requires a few basic ingredients. You can easily make this recipe at home, for any occasion. This recipe is quick and easy to make, and it tastes amazing. Don’t take our word for it though, give this recipe a try for yourself and let us know what you think about it!
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5 thoughts on “The Best Lazy Man’s Peach Cobbler”
Question…I don’t have any cinnamon! Is it OK to omit it or do I need to get some?
Yes, you can leave it out if you don’t have any. It will still taste good, just not have that slight cinnamon flavor. 🙂 I hope you enjoy it!
This is really good and so easy!
Can I make this ahead of time and freeze it before baking then thaw and bake onsite at our cabin? I am using frozen blueberries that have been slightly sugared before freezing instead of peaches.
I have never tried preparing the cobbler, then freezing the entire thing, to bake and eat. My thought is that it might not rise as well as normal, but you could give it a try! I might suggest baking it directly from frozen, then increase your baking time, usually by 50% is the suggested rule of thumb when baking the food from frozen. Using blueberries sounds delicious!