Peach Cobbler

Recipe Rating:
 35 Ratings
Cook Time:
Cooking Method: Bake

Ingredients

1 can(s) (29-oz) sliced peaches, drained.
5 slice white bread (can use white or honey wheat bread)
1 1/2 c sugar
2 Tbsp flour
1 egg, beaten
1 stick margarine or butter, melted

The Cook

Laura Young Recipe
x4
Well Seasoned
Lake Junaluska, NC (pop. 526)
ladyofthelake
Member Since Nov 2009
Laura's notes for this recipe:
Every time I make this cobbler I get requests for the recipe. One of our friends said it was the best peach cobbler he had ever eaten. I found this several years ago in a magazine. I have used frozen or fresh peaches in this recipe and that works well. Need enough peaches to completely cover the bottom of the pan.
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Warm cobbler with ice cream on top?! Hard to beat in my book! One bite of this dessert and I can understand why everyone wants the recipe.  Thanks for sharing with us, Laura!

Directions

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Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place peaches in baking dish (8x8, or larger) which has been sprayed with cooking spray. Cut crust from bread and cut each slice into five strips. Place bread strips over peaches. Mix sugar, flour, egg, and margarine, blending well. Pour mixture over bread strips, making sure they are well covered. Bake 35 to 45 minutes or until golden brown.
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user Brian Smith Brian - Feb 1, 2010
Peach cobbler is one of my favorites - any kind of fruit pie or cobbler but as you know, some are much better than others. I'm going to give this one a try one of these days. Thanks for sharing.
user lori herrmann txsdoll65 - Feb 2, 2010
oh yummy i am gonna try this with hawaiian bread!
user angie mcclellan popcornprincess - Mar 2, 2010
This sounded so yummy I had to try this. I used a milk and honey white bread, because all I could find was hawaiian rolls. I put the bread strips on top in a criss cross. I also cut back on some of the white sugar and added a little brown sugar and sprinkled with cinnamon. I wasn't really happy with the looks of it, but warm with vanilla ice cream knocked our socks off. I think the next one I'll try cubing the bread. This is great, thanks so much for sharing This is a fun one!
user Pam Griffin VANILLACOOKIE - Mar 8, 2010
Made it for dinner tonight yum yum!!! Thanks for sharing.
user Peggy Camp-Gonzalez Peggy1 - Mar 11, 2010
I really enjoyed making this simple but so yum cobbler.
I did do some extra's and my family enjoyed it. Thank you!
When I mixed the egg,butter and sugar it was a bit too thick. I then added some milk to make it like 'pancake' consistency. I then sprinkled cinnamon and topped that off with a bit of heavy whipping cream to add more richness to this already delicious reipe.

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