This Bisquick Peach Cobbler recipe is so easy to make with Bisquick and fresh peaches! Serve while warm, topped with vanilla ice cream.
There is nothing quite like eating a fresh peach during peach season. The only thing that is maybe as good as eating peach desserts like peach pie, peach melba, peach napoleon, or this fresh peach cobbler!
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Bisquick Peach Cobbler Ingredients
- Sugar: This easy peach cobbler recipe uses a combination of granulated and brown sugar to sweeten the peach mixture.
- Cornstarch: A little cornstarch combines with the juice from the peaches to thicken the filling and prevent it from being runny.
- Seasoning: We added ground nutmeg for flavor.
- Peaches: The filling needs four cups of fresh, sliced peaches. It takes about 8 peaches, depending on their size, to make four cups of slices of peaches.
- Baking Mix: You’ll need 1 1/2 cups of Bisquick baking mix. I used my homemade bisquick to make this peach cobbler.
- Milk: Whole milk adds fat and moistens the bisquick.
- Sugars: The combination of granulated and brown sugars sweeten the cobbler and help it turn golden brown on top.
- Spices: A little ground cinnamon adds flavor to the bisquick mixture.
- Butter: The melted butter adds fat which adds flavor and helps moisten the cobbler.
How To Make Peach Cobbler with Bisquick
Start by mixing together granulated sugar, brown sugar, cornstarch, and ground nutmeg.
Add the sugar mixture to the fresh sliced peaches and stir to coat the sliced peaches with the sugar mixture. Set the peaches aside.
Pour the melted butter into an 11×17-inch pan.
Mix together the bisquick, milk, granulated sugar, brown sugar, and ground cinnamon.
Don’t have any bisquick on hand? It’s super easy to make some using my Homemade Bisquick Copycat Recipe.
Pour the bisquick mixture over the melted butter in the pan.
Spoon the sugared peaches, including the liquid, into the pan.
Bake it at 350˚F for 50-60 minutes, until golden brown. If your pan looks too full, place a rimmed baking sheet underneath just in case it bubbles over.
Other Ways To Make It
Bisquick Cobbler Recipes With Other Fruits
This bisquick peach cobbler recipe is versatile and can be used to make other kinds of fruit cobbler. Since we have different fruits available at different times of this year, this is the perfect opportunity to make a seasonal cobbler.
Of course, different fruits may require you to adjust baking times. They will have various amounts of juice in them. In addition, you can adapt the spices you add to fit the fruit you use. One way to make this easier is to use canned pie filling!
Peach Cobbler with Cake Mix
Another delicious way to make peach cobbler is to use a cake mix instead of Bisquick for the batter!
- Prepare the peach mixture as directed in the recipe and spread it into a greased pan.
- Skip making the bisquick mixture and instead sprinkle a yellow cake mix over the peaches in the pan.
- Increase the melted butter to 1/2 cup and drizzle it over the cake mix.
- Bake at 350˚F for 40-45 minutes.
Serve the peach cobbler with bisquick while warm with vanilla ice cream.
Make Ahead and Storage Instructions
- Make Ahead: You can make this peach cobbler recipe with bisquick ahead of time and store it in the fridge once it has cooled. Then, reheat it before serving or serve it cold if you prefer.
- Reheating: To reheat the whole pan, loosely cover it with aluminum foil and warm it in the oven at 350˚F for about 10-12 minutes. Or, to reheat individual slices, you can warm them on a plate in the microwave for 30-60 seconds.
- Storage: Cover the pan, or transfer the cobbler to an airtight container, and store it in the fridge for up to 4 days. Or you can store it in an airtight, freezer-safe container in the freezer for up to two months.
Frequently Asked Questions
The main difference between peach crisp and peach cobbler is the topping. A peach crisp has a crumb topping that includes oats and sometimes chopped nuts.
On the other hand, peach cobbler does not have oats or nuts. It has more of a dough topping that is a combination of flour, sugar, milk, and butter.
Yes, you can use drained, sliced, canned peaches in fruit juice instead of fresh peaches.
If you don’t have an 11×7-inch pan, you can use another size pan instead. Try baking it in a 9×9-inch pan or a 2-quart baking dish. Keep in mind that using a different size pan could affect the baking time, so it may need to be adjusted slightly.
Making peach cobbler using bisquick and fresh peaches is an easy way to make a delicious dessert. Bisquick is a simple baking mix that cuts down on the number of ingredients you need to pull out of the pantry.
More Bisquick Recipes
- Enjoy these copycat Cheddar Bay Biscuits without having to leave your home!
- Start your day with homemade Waffles with Bisquick.
- Tender Bisquick Strawberry Shortcake is the perfect summer dessert!
- Make Bisquick Biscuits with buttermilk for breakfast and dinner.
- Use this Pancake recipe with Bisquick to make breakfast for the family!
Peach Cobbler with Bisquick
- ¼ cup granulated sugar
- ¼ cup brown sugar
- 2 teaspoons cornstarch
- ¼ teaspoon ground nutmeg
- 4 cups peeled, sliced fresh peaches
- ⅓ cup butter melted
- 1 ½ cups homemade bisquick or use store-bought
- 1 cup milk
- ¼ cup granulated sugar
- ¼ cup brown sugar
- ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
- Mix together the granulated sugar, brown sugar, cornstarch, and ground nutmeg.
- Add to the sliced peaches and stir to coat. Set aside.
- Pour the melted butter into an 11×7 inch pan.
- In a medium bowl, mix together the bisquick, granulated sugar, brown sugar, milk, and ground cinnamon. Pour over the melted butter in the pan.
- Spoon the sugared peaches over the batter in the pan.
- Bake at 350˚F for 50-60 minutes or until golden.