Peach cobbler is one of those traditional summer desserts I fantasize about all year and look forward to eating just about as soon as I can get my hands on some ripe peaches. The sweetly baked peaches paired with the chewy cobbler are all you want in a summer dessert. Pair it with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream and you will be in heaven.
I’ve been making this same recipe for my family for several years now. I’ve tweaked it here and there to come up with the perfect peach cobbler recipe. And that’s what it is. Perfect. (You may also like: air fryer hand pies)
Except for maybe my reflection in the spoons. 😉
Making peach cobbler with frozen peaches
Back to this delicious peach cobbler. You can use either fresh or frozen peaches for this recipe. Although, if peaches are in season, I always recommend using fresh! Just be sure you are buying the freestone variety of peaches. Freestone peaches separate easily from the pit so you don’t lose a bunch of fruit while slicing and keeps them looking pretty.
If using frozen peaches, be sure to defrost and drain the peaches first. As long as you don’t skip this step, you will still be met with tender, sweet fruit topped with a delicious cobbler. Yum.
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Enjoy the wonderful taste of summer with this delightful peach cobbler recipe. Frozen peaches may be used in place of fresh for this peach cobbler recipe, but they will need to be defrosted and drained.
Amount Per Serving Calories 735
Enjoy the wonderful taste of summer with this delightful peach cobbler recipe.
Frozen peaches may be used in place of fresh for this peach cobbler recipe, but they will need to be defrosted and drained.
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I look forward to baking homemade peach cobbler every year and it never disappoints. I hope you enjoy this delicious dessert as much as we do!