- 1 1/2 cups flour (self-rising)
- 1 stick butter
- 1/2 cup water
- 2 cups sugar (divided)
- 4 cups peaches (peeled and sliced)
- 1 1/2 cups milk
- ground cinnamon (optional)
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Kathy Patrick a month ago
This was the simplest, tastiest peach cobbler! My family ate it up! I added extra peaches, boiled them 5-7min longer, and it was exquisite! I did have to bake it for an hr instead, but it was as definitely worth the wait!!! This recipe will be my go to from now on.
Elizabeth W. 10 months ago
The best cobbler ever!
Shawna Vaughn a year ago
So easy! And delicious!
Dr. Hopkins 2 years ago
Yummy! I doubled the recipe since I had a large crowd and it turned out wonderfully. Super easy too!
Queen of the world Denial D. 2 years ago
The peach part was good tasted much like the Jam I make. The cobbler part was just gross. Rubbery, didn't rise to the top like it suggested. I had to cook it much longer then it said otherwise it just looked like soup. Not trying this one again.
Lauren W. 2 years ago
This is awesome 😊 I followed the recipe without the cinnamon and it was great, and easy to make. Definitely making it again
Kathleen Kemp 2 years ago
Amazing!!! None of the other recipes that I have found compare!
Scotty G. 3 years ago
Excellence in a bowl. Stayed true to recipe, maybe add raisins next time. Best with Homemade Vanilla
officerdic . 3 years ago
Everyone loved it! We devoured it even on a full stomach! Served it warm with vanilla ice cream. I will be making again!
Joleen T. 3 years ago
It turned out perfect! Served with a little vanilla bean ice cream. Ready for fall baking season! Thanks!
Saundra S. 3 years ago
I have made this recipe many times and now my husband won't eat any other kind. I love that it is better cake like and double the peaches too.
Gina C. 3 years ago
Not good, the crust is rubbery. Maybe only a half cup of milk (not 1 1/2) and it would be a thicker batter.