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Little Susie Home Makers Best Peach Cobbler Recipe and tutorial

My easy to make Peach Cobbler is always a huge hit with my family and friends. It is so easy to make! You will love the smell as it is baking! I just had to share my recipe with lots of pictures for a tutorial that will have you baking in no time!

Little Susie Home Maker's Peach Cobbler

 1 stick butter (1/2 cup)
2 cups sugar
2 cups flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon cinnamon 
2 cups milk
1 large or 2 med cans sliced peaches
2 tablespoons brown sugar

The first thing you want to do, is put the stick of butter into your oblong baking pan. Then place in center rack of oven, then turn the oven on to preheat to 350* F.
The butter will begin to melt in the baking pan. 

Next, mix the sugar, flower, baking powder, cinnamon and milk in a large mixing bowl, into a batter. A long handle wooden spoon works just fine, but you could use a mixer if you like. Stir until well blended, but don't over beat.

 Remove the oblong pan from the oven and place on a hot pad or heat resistant area.
Carefully pour the batter from the bowl over the melted butter. Do not stir. The butter will ooze out to the side, and may not even be completely melted. This is okay.

Next open your canned sliced peaches and spoon the peaches over the top of the batter. 

Place by spoonfuls to evenly distribute. Discard the juice for some other use, but do not add to batter.
Sprinkle the top with brown sugar.

 Using hot pads, carefully place the baking pan back into the center of oven. You may place on a cookie sheet to catch drippings.

 Bake in 350*F oven for 40-45 minutes, or until the batter has puffed up and browned.

 Remove from oven and cool slightly before serving.

 This is really good with a side of vanilla ice cream, if you like.

Serve, eat, and enjoy!

A very favorite request of my husband and daughter. The warm taste of this fresh baked batter and peaches fresh out of the oven is just delicious.  When made ahead of time and served at room temperature it is very good as well!  I love to make this Peach Cobbler for birthdays, for dessert and even for brunch. It travels well for pot lucks. I hope you can enjoy this recipe.

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  1. yummy!!! my Tennessee grandma made a very similar cobbler - her favorite was blackberry though - but it's ALL good. Makes me want to make COBBLER soon - it is SO easy too. :)

  2. Oh Yum Yum Yum.. my mouth is now watering...!!! Better go make a coffee... and thanks for the recipe! :)

  3. I make that too, I love it. Did you make enough for all your visitors? yummy!

  4. I have a recipe for peach cobbler, but yours sounds much better and looks yummy. I'm going to have to try this soon. Can you email me the recipe? :)

  5. I always thought cobblers were hard to make! I'm adding this to Pinterest.

    Thanks for visiting me at A Season for All Things. I'm your newest follower and look forward to reading around your site!

  6. This peach cobbler looks delicious! I like the fact that you can make it year-round since it used canned peaches. I can see why it's such a hit!

  7. This will be added to my collection of "try it soon" recipes. Yummy...but you should have made enough for all of us! lol! =D

  8. This peach cobbler looks delicious! I might give it a try soon.


  9. Oh I can't wait to make this. It looks so delicious, and who doesn't love peach cobbler, yummy!

  10. Your peach cobbler looks yummy. I will make it this week. I have some frozen peaches that I cut up last summer that I need to use. Thanks for sharing.'
    Blessings to you.

  11. nice post and encouraging blog...looking for to visit more...thanks for sharing...byeee

  12. I have been craving peaches today!!!! Is there any left? If so, have a bowl for me! ;)

  13. You take me back! When I was a kid (1970s) I had two favorite desserts - my mom's peach cobbler and my grandma's lemon poke cake with lime jello. These just make me think summer. Yours looks delicious. (Now I wonder what my daughter will reminisce about her mom making......)

  14. Yum! I can't even remember the last time I made peach cobbler. I make blackberry since we have blackberry bushes. I just asked hubby if I was to buy a fruit tree what would he prefer. His response was peach. Hmmm...

  15. Oh my goodness, that peach cobbler looks delicious. I just finished supper and wish I had a bit of that right now. I am going to make it this weekend. Also, thanks so much for the very sweet comment you left on my blog, it made my day. I love it when someone likes what I am doing! Thank you!!

  16. Susie, I've decided that we are so much alike. I love peach cobbler and I think this is identical to my favorite recipe. Right down to meling the butter in the oven. How fun is that?

  17. This looks wonderful! Nothing better than homemade cobbler!

  18. I love peach cobbler, yours looks delish !

  19. I'm going to have to try this! I'm not so great in the kitchen with cooking, but I might be able to handle this one. Thanks for sharing!

  20. Susie I just love love peach cobbler. Thank you so much for sharing. I will have to try it.

  21. Oh, this looks so yummy I am going to have to give it a try :) Thanks for stopping by my blog and becoming my newest follower. I have followed you back!

  22. OK.. I just came over to let you know that you could come to my house for dinner any time, but now there's a caveat... only if I can come to yours! LOL This looks sooo good and I'm just in the mood for something sweet and crispy and melty and... Oh I'd better stop right there or I'll be in my car and on my way to try and find your house! Blessings to you my friend, Mary

  23. What a cheerful upbeat blog you have here... Love it!!! YOu ahd expressed a bit of interest in my baked eggs so I posted about it today at Hope you will stop by!!!

  24. This is my Dad's favorite dessert. WHat a fantastic recipe! I'll have to make this for him for Father's Day. Thanks!

  25. Made this and it was wonderful! Thank you for sharing!

    1. Tammy, Thanks for letting me know it turned out good for you! I am so happy with this recipe!


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