• 1/2 cup butter
  • 2 cups sugar (divided)
  • 4 cups peaches (fresh or thawed frozen)
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup milk
  • ground cinnamon
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NutritionView more



Calories810Calories from Fat230
Total Fat25g38%
Saturated Fat15g75%
Trans Fat
Calories from Fat230
Total Carbohydrate145g48%
Dietary Fiber5g20%
Vitamin A
Vitamin C

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


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Janelle Conklin 12 days ago
awesome! my cafe staff loved it
al 8 Jul
Really simple peach cobbler recipe. My only wish is that it had a little crunch or different texture. Everything has a very soft texture. It tastes delicious and makes a lot of food. I put it in a 9x13 pan and cooked on the lower end and thought it was perfect. I wouldn’t have cooked it any less because the inside of the cake was a bit soft, not undercooked but the edges were a beautiful golden brown. Anyway, giving it 4 stars just because I would like some more texture but for hosting people easy to make and tastes great. I used Georgia peaches for this recipe.
A little runny but was a hit!
Dee 15 Jun
Kids made it for Father’s Day. Directions could be better. Looks great and tastes even better.
Jaci C. 14 Jun
Really easy, turned out great. used canned peaches with 1 cup of the heavy syrup.
Jameka D. 24 Nov 2017
This turned out VERY yummy! The cakey crust was awesome.... very nice surprise. I will definitely make it again.
Regina J. 3 Nov 2017
My father loves this cobbler!!
Barb 23 Aug 2017
Easy and delicious! Peaches are my favorite fruit and I have to make this recipe at least a few times during the season when the peaches are fresh!
Angela A. 18 Aug 2017
I am not a person who loves to bake, but this recipe is easy ro make and tastes great! My family loved it!
Sally B. 19 Jun 2017
I followed exact directions but halfed the recipe and baked 35min until done. The peaches were on top in the center but it was very good.
Audrey F. 28 May 2017
This is my third time making it and my family love it
Jenn P. 27 May 2017
Really good! I switched out half the sugar in the peaches for brown sugar and it was great. 40 mins was good for us.
John-David Allen 21 Dec 2016
great recipe! made as the recipe listed, reducing the sugar and/or butter is like trying to make it a diet recipe lol
Violet R. 12 Sep 2016
It is a nice recipe, but you can cut down the sugar and butter in half. I will try again with some changes.
Melissa R. 5 Aug 2016
My kids helped me with this and it turned out delicious!!! We will definitely make this again! I made it exactly except we used an 9x13 dish and only had to cook it 28 minutes.
Katy C. 20 Jul 2016
Big hit! Made this twice and it was wonderful both times. First time I added blueberries and the flavor a melded together perfectly. Second time, I made it in a Dutch oven over a campfire and everyone raves over it. The top did not brown as much but the top still puffed up well and the flavors were the same.
Diane K. 26 Jun 2016
I'm a Southern cook! This recipe is so classic, so easy and very delicious. Put it with Beyers French vanilla ice cream and you have an instant family fave!!
Dianne S. 30 May 2016
This is my new favorite recipe for peach cobbler! The flavor was fantastic! I used canned peaches so omitted the additional 1cup of sugar and lemon juice and it turned out perfect.
ruthie d. 29 Mar 2016
i am a southern girl i love good food peach cobbler is a all time favorite!i could eat this every sunday after a good fried chicken, biscuits greens cornbread a nice hot day after service with family friends and anyone who comes by family or not
Ayana H. 23 Mar 2016
It turned out great it looked just like the picture. Every since the first time I made it I haven't done it any other way. I also have used apples and mixed berries instead of peaches, all of them came out perfectly.