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Easy Peach Cobbler 1 cup self-rising flour (see Note for substitution) 3/4 cup granulated sugar (plus 2 additional Tablespoons for topping) 1/2 cup (1 stick) butter, divided (and melted separately) 1 (28 ounce) can sliced peaches in heavy syrup, undrained

This is seriously the BEST peach cobbler recipe I've tried!

Easy Peach Cobbler in a Jar, picturing doing this from scratch with homemade vanilla ice cream.

Two Two Easy Peach Cobbler - This recipe calls for two of everything. So simple, you will want to make it again and again.

Peach Cobbler in a Mason Jar What you’ll need: {makes 4 individual servings} 21 ounces of peach pie filling 1/2 cup bisquick mix 1/2 cup milk 1/2 cup sugar pinch salt 1/4 cup butter – melted What to do: 1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. 2. Place a silpat {or other silicon mat} into a deep sided ovenproof baking dish. Spray 4 – 4 ounce mason jars with cooking spray and place them onto silpat 3. Into a bowl add: bisquick mix, milk, sugar and salt. Stir to combine. Add melted butter. Stir. Set aside. 4. Put approximately 3-4 peach slices/filling into each mason jar. Top with 1-2 tablespoons of batter per jar. 3. Bake for approximately 30-35 or until top is golden and bubbly. 4. Jars should be cool to touch prior to serving.

Easy Peach Cobbler | RCHOTX My Mom uses regular milk instead of buttermilk.

Peach and Cinnamon Cobbler - Spectacularly Southern, this cobbler is easier than pie! You may want to have some vanilla ice cream on hand, particularly if you are serving this warm.

Peach Cobbler? Hasn't everyone made Peach Cobbler? I don't want to just make it...I want to find the best recipe in the world.

Peach Cobbler by Brown Eyed Baker // (09/12) made 1.5 of recipe and used 3 qts of partially defrosted Met Market peaches in a 11x17 pan. Reduced the sugar in filling to 1/3 original amount. I'm sure it was the peaches, but it's the best peach cobbler I've had!

"This is by far the best peach cobbler recipe I've found. It tastes more like the peach cobblers my mother and grandmother made. The recipe is simple to make and all the ingredients are readily available. If friends or family are coming by, I can prepare this dessert, pop it in the oven and wait for the oohs and aahs as my guests are welcomed to our home by the warm aroma of fresh-baked peach cobbler." –Member Review

Peach Cobbler Trifle. I can't type the ingredients or I will faint from lusting after them. That's how DECADENT this trifle sounds. Ohhhhhh mercy.