Crock Pot Peach Cobbler: An Easy Recipe
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Bake this easy peach cobbler in a crock pot. It’s a fun way to use fresh, frozen or canned peaches. See how easy it is to make this peach cobbler here.
This Crock Pot Peach Cobbler may be the easiest dessert around because all the ingredients get dumped into the slow cooker insert and mixed together.
Slow Cooker Peach Cobbler
When Barbara used to visit our Granny Huesman, she would flip through the Fix-It and Forget-It Cookbook. One day before our Granny passed away, she gave the cookbook to Barbara.
This tasty slow cooker peach cobbler recipe is adapted from a recipe in that cookbook. Want to make a traditional peach cobbler in the oven? Try our Old-Fashioned Peach Cobbler recipe.
Making slow cooker desserts is so much fun, and it’s nice to free up space in the oven for other dishes. Some of our favorite crock pot desserts are Crock Pot Seven Layer Bars, Slow Cooker Glazed Nuts, and Slow Cooker Banana Bread.
What type of peaches should I use in peach cobbler?
The great news is that peach cobbler is very versatile. The number of ways to make it is endless, including the type of peaches to make it with.
Canned peaches, fresh peaches or frozen peach slices work in peach cobbler recipe.
Canned Peaches: When using canned peaches, you can use either peach slices or peach halves which both are found in the canned food aisle. Depending on the recipe, the peach juices may or may not be needed for the recipe. If the recipe does however call for water, substitute in the juices for more flavor.
Fresh Peaches: To use fresh peaches in a peach cobbler recipe, be sure to remove the skins first. To do this, add the whole peaches to boiling water for about 30 seconds. Immediately, remove from the boiling water, and add to ice water. The skins should easily peel right off the peaches.
Frozen Peaches: Please note that the cooking time of a recipe will increase if you start with a peaches that are still frozen.
- Buttermilk Baking Mix (Bisquick)
- Quick Oats
- Brown Sugar
- Ground Cinnamon
- Peach Slices (canned, fresh or frozen)
- Water or Juice from Canned Peaches
- Barbara sometimes uses fresh peaches from our dad that she blanched, peeled and de-pitted.
- You can definitely use canned peaches – just drain but reserve the juice to use in the recipe. She finds that 3 (15 ounce) cans is the perfect amount of peaches.
- If you do used canned peaches for this tasty crock pot peach cobbler recipe, feel free to use canned peaches in heavy syrup or light syrup.
- If you are looking for a peach cobbler with a topping that doesn’t feature oats, try this old-fashioned peach crumble recipe.
- Or you can use frozen peaches, just be sure they are thawed!
- The recipe calls from 4-6 cups of peaches. So is it 4 or 6 cups? It really depends on how many you want in your dessert – go light or go heavy, your choice!
- This is a recipe calls for Bisquick, but you could absolutely make your own baking mix or buy generic.
- She used her 3.5-quart casserole crock pot.
- If you want this tasty peach cobbler to turn out a bit drier, just pull the lid off the last 15-30 minutes of cooking.
- To prevent condensation buildup, you can line the top with paper towels. This will absorb excess moisture.
Old Fashioned Cobbler Recipes
- Blackberry Cobbler from Scratch
- Old Fashioned Chocolate Cobbler
- Grandma’s Old Fashioned Apple Crisp Recipe
- Southern Blueberry Cobbler Recipe
- The Best Rhubarb Cobbler Recipe
- Old Fashioned Peach Cobbler
How To Make Easy Crockpot Peach Cobbler with Bisquick
Step By Step Instructions
- Drain peaches, and pour into a crock pot insert that has been sprayed with nonstick cooking spray.
- Add the remaining ingredients, including the reserved peach juices, directly into the insert.
- Stir until combined.
- Cover with lid, and cook on low for 5 hours or low for 2 to 3 hours.
- Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, whipped cream or a small pour cold milk right over top.
Let leftovers cool completely. Store in an airtight container or cover tightly with plastic wrap. Store leftovers in the fridge for up to a week.
Full recipe for Easy Crock Pot Peach Cobbler with Bisquick can be found below.
- Stir in fresh blueberries or fresh raspberries with the peach mixture.
- Sprinkle with ground nutmeg or ground cloves for more spice.
- Stir in vanilla extract or almond extract with the liquids for a new flavor.
- Make an apple cobbler or cherry cobbler instead.
How many fresh peaches equal a can of peaches?
Most cans of peaches are one pound cans (16 ounces). When substituting fresh peaches for canned peaches, use 3 large or 4 medium peaches for the equivalent of one can of sliced peaches.
If you want a different type of peach dessert, check out our Peach Batter Cake!
Can you leave the skin on peaches for crisp?
Peaches are one fruit in which I’ve never seen the skin left on in crisps, crumbles, cobblers or bars. To easily remove the peach skins before using in a baked good, add the whole peach to boiling water for 30 seconds. Immediately remove, and place in ice water. This will loosen the skin so it will easily slide off.
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Crock Pot Peach Cobbler with Bisquick
- 1/3 cup buttermilk baking mix (like Bisquick)
- 2/3 cups dry quick oats
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 4 to 6 cups sliced peaches fresh, frozen (thawed) or canned (drained but reserve the juice)
- 1/2 cup water or juice drained from peaches
- Drain peaches, reserving the fruit juice.
- Spray crock pot insert with cooking spray and add peaches.
- Add the rest of the ingredients, including the reserved peach juices or water, to the crock pot, and mix together until evenly distributed.
- Cook on Low for at least 5 hours or on High for 2-3 hours. If you prefer a drier cobbler, remove the lid for the last 15 to 30 minutes.
- We used our 3.5-quart casserole crock pot. You can use a 6 or 7-quart oval crock pot. You may need to extend the cooking time slightly as the cobbler will be thicker than in the casserole crock pot.
- The carb counts, calorie counts and nutritional information can vary depending on the products used. The nutritional information below are auto-calculated and should NOT be used for specific dietary needs.
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I have yet to make a dessert in my crockpot.
It took us a while too, but we love making fruit cobblers/desserts in ours!
I’m trying my first one now…peach cobbler with canned peaches and Bisquick…
I doubled this recipe & baked in casserole crockpot. Not to sweet, just perfect with vanilla ice cream. Being able to serve it hot, amazing! I took the lid off the last 30 minutes but had to put it back on to transport so it was a little runny when dished up to serve. I will add a few more oats to it next time. Otherwise amazing!
So glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for sharing!
What do you do with the reserved juice?
Add it when mixing in the rest of the ingredients.