Peach Cobbler with bisquick is a classic summer dessert that is quick to assemble. 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 is eating peach desserts like peach melba, peach napoleon, or this peach 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 sliced peaches.
Can I use canned peaches to make this cobbler?
Yes, you can use drained, canned peaches in fruit juice instead of fresh to make peach cobbler with bisquick.
Stir to coat the sliced peaches with the sugar mixture. Set aside.
Pour the melted butter into an 11×17 pan.
What other pan sizes can I use to make peach cobbler?
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.
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 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.
What other cobblers can I make with this recipe?
This 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!
- blueberry cobbler (find my recipe here)
- apple cobbler (find my recipe here)
- pumpkin cobbler (find my recipe here)
Serve the peach cobbler with bisquick while warm with vanilla ice cream.
What is the difference between peach crisp and peach cobbler?
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.
Want more ways to use bisquick? Try these recipes next:
This Biscuits Cheddar Bay Recipe is a Red Lobster copycat. Enjoy these tender, flavorful biscuits without having to leave your home!
Homemade Waffles with Bisquick are a great way to start the day. Top them with butter and syrup or fresh fruit and whipped cream.
This Blueberry Cobbler recipe with bisquick can be made with fresh, frozen, or canned blueberries. Serve it while warm with ice cream on top.
These Bisquick Biscuits with buttermilk are fluffy and tender. They are perfect for a breakfast of biscuits and gravy or served as a dinner side.
Could one use 4 cups frozen peaches? If so thaw or I thaw. I have read frozen peaches once thawed have juice.
Yes, you could use thawed frozen peaches.
How many cans of peaches and would one drain the fruit juice from the can ?
A can of peaches says that it has about 1 3/4 cups of peaches in it. And 4 sliced peaches is about 2 cups of peaches. So you should be good with one can. Yes, drain the juice first.
Would you please send me the orange chicken recipe?
You can find that recipe here: https://www.thegunnysack.com/orange-chicken-30-minute-skillet-recipe/