Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe (with Bisquick!)
Bisquick Peach Cobbler – A classic southern Peach Cobbler recipe that is easy to make with Bisquick and fresh or frozen peaches. Add a pinch of your favorite spice blend and bake in the oven for a comforting summer dessert!
Easy Southern Peach Cobbler Recipe
It’s not summer in the south until the warm, gooey, sweet peach cobblers start showing up at the table. Potlucks, picnics, barbecues… Anytime family and friends are getting together, you’d better believe a comforting and share-worthy cobbler will be there as well.
Cobblers are super simple to make and are terrific for customizing any number of ways. We’ve previously shared our slow cooker peach cobbler recipe, which is great to start in the morning and serve after dinner for dessert.
However, our Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe is just as effortless and is, in fact, even easier to prepare than the crockpot version. Unlike the slow cooker recipe, the southern Peach Cobbler recipe we share here doesn’t include any apple butter or bourbon. Also, you can use your choice of fresh ripe peaches or frozen sliced peaches!
But what makes this southern peach cobbler the BEST quick and easy recipe is it’s made with Bisquick baking mix. Since the baking mix already has most of what you need ready to use in one handy box, there are a total of only 6 ingredients in Bisquick Peach Cobbler.
This foolproof Peach Cobbler Recipe with Bisquick is excellent to make ahead a day or two before you plan to serve, and leftovers are delicious to eat warm or cold. You can even freeze it to enjoy the taste of your favorite fresh summer peach dessert any time of the year!
Ingredients You Need
To make this a super simple 6-ingredient recipe, we suggest using a readymade spice blend, so you don’t have to pull out lots of individual spice jars.
Here is everything needed to make a classic southern Peach Cobbler with Bisquick and only a handful of additional simple ingredients:
- Sliced peaches – either fresh or frozen (peeled or not peeled)
- Granulated sugar – or coconut sugar, but I do not recommend stevia or other sugar replacements
- Spice blend – your choice of either pumpkin pie spice or apple pie spice blend
- Bisquick baking mix – for an extra delicious and super easy peach cobbler recipe
- Whole milk – low fat or fat free just won’t make the same wonderful texture
- Melted butter – unsalted
Pro Tip: I do not recommend using canned peaches because they don’t taste fresh and are overly sweet.
How to Make the Best Bisquick Peach Cobbler Recipe
Instead of cooking all day, this “quick” and easy Peach Cobbler is ready to enjoy in just over an hour. That includes only 10 minutes of prep time, and then the dish simply bakes to perfection in the oven.
To make the cobbler with frozen sliced peaches, keep the peaches frozen and dump them right into the baking dish.
If you are using fresh peaches, first slice into wedges and remove the pits. Place the peach slices in the baking dish, and sprinkle 1 cup sugar and the pumpkin pie spice over the peaches. Toss to coat the peaches, and then spread out in an even layer.
In a medium mixing bowl, combine the remaining 1 cup of sugar with the Bisquick and milk. Whisk well. Then whisk in the melted butter.
Pour the batter evenly over the top of the peaches. Place the baking dish in the oven and bake for up to an hour.
Get the Complete (Printable) Southern Peach Cobbler Recipe + VIDEO Below. Enjoy!
Check the cobbler after 40 minutes. If it starts to look dark on top, loosely cover with foil and continue baking for another 10-20 minutes.
When done, the top should be fully baked and golden brown.
Allow the cobbler to cool for at least 15 minutes before scooping into bowls and serving.
Southern Peach Cobbler Serving Suggestions
The classic (and absolute best, IMO) way to serve homemade cobbler is with a generous scoop of Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream or whipped cream on top.
Or both… It’s your cobbler after all – go crazy!
Frequently Asked Questions
Simply swap regular Bisquick with their great Gluten Free Bisquick baking mix for a delicious GF-friendly dessert.
Absolutely! Use your favorite non-dairy milk, like almond milk and plant-based butter, for an easy vegan Peach Cobbler recipe. Top with coconut milk ice cream or Cashew Whipped Cream.
Not a fan of peaches? Try this recipe with an equivalent amount of nectarines, plums, pitted cherries, or berries. Fresh or frozen!
Wrap the baking dish with plastic wrap or transfer the cobbler to a container with a lid once it has completely cooled down. The fruit cobbler will keep well in the refrigerator for 4-5 days.
Definitely, this is a great dessert dish to freeze. Cook per the recipe instructions in a freezer-safe baking dish, cool, and then wrap the entire dish with plastic wrap. Then wrap in a layer of tin foil, and freeze for up to 3 months. Unwrap and bake from frozen in a 350-degree oven for 40-50 minutes, until bubbling hot.
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Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe with Bisquick + VIDEO
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Set out a 9 X 13 inch baking dish and a large mixing bowl.
- If using fresh peaches, slice into wedges and remove the pits. Place the fresh (or frozen) peach slices in the baking dish. Then sprinkle 1 cup sugar, and the pumpkin pie spice over the peaches. Toss to coat the peach, then spread out in a even layer.
- In the mixing bowl, combine the remaining 1 cup sugar with the Bisquick, and milk. Whisk well. Then whisk in the melted butter.
- Pour the batter evenly over the top of the peaches. Place the baking dish in the oven and bake for 55- 60 minutes.
- Check the cobbler after 40 minutes. If it is starting to look dark on top, loosely cover with foil and continue baking.
- Allow the cobbler to cool at least 15 minutes before serving. Scoop into bowls and serve with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.
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