One bowl Peach Cobbler

Susan Dillon Recipe

By Susan Dillon Soozique63

My Mother's Recipe, easiest and most delicious peach cobbler on the planet!


Recipe Rating:
 2 Ratings
Prep Time:
Cook Time:

Ingredients

2 c
bisquick
2 c
milk
2 c
sugar or sugar substitute
2 can(s)
peaches in heavy syrup
2 stick
butter or margarine

Directions

1
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Place the two sticks of butter in your 9 x 13 pan and place it in the middle of the oven to melt
2
In a large mixing bowl, mix bisquick, sugar and milk together and stir till it is smooth.
3
When butter is melted and bubbling, pour batter over the butter, taking care because pan will be hot. I usually just leave the pan in the oven but pull the tray out and pour the batter in with it on the shelf.
4
Take the two cans of peaches and slowly lay the peach slices into the batter reserving the juice. Lay the peaches out as uniformly as possible so that there are peaches all over the cobbler. Then pour the reserved juice over the whole pan.
5
Bake at 350 for an hour or until cobbler is golden brown. Remove from oven and cool for about half an hour before serving. It will set up in that time. Serve with cool whip or ice cream.
  • Comments

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  • user
    Jan Burch janburch - Jan 23, 2013
    Sounds great, Susan! Do you use a 9"X13" pan?
  • user
    veronica miskulin varam604 - Jan 23, 2013
    Sue, this sounds great and simple to make. was wondering if you could subsitute apple or cherry for the peaches?
  • user
    Susan Dillon Soozique63 - Jan 23, 2013
    Yes .. it is a 9 X 13 pan. I just added that to the first step. and i have had people add all sorts of other fruit.. but the juice from the peaches makes this almost like a bread budding ... it is almost gelatinous. I am sure if there was any juice with the other fruit it would turn out the same...
  • user
    BETTYANN JOURNELL josephinejoshua - Jan 25, 2013
    what size canned peaches????
  • user
    Susan Dillon Soozique63 - Jan 25, 2013
    Just the normal everyday can .. or one of the big cans. kind of depends on how many peaches you want in the cobbler. but be careful, it will make it overflow the pan if you add too many.