Georgia Peach Cobbler


Georgia Peach Cobbler


Georgia Peach Cobbler
Georgia Peach Cobbler

You can make a delicious peach cobbler recipe that tastes like it was made by the queen of Southern cooking with this recipe for Georgia Peach Cobbler. This easy peach cobbler recipe will teach you how to make peach cobbler just like they do in the South. To make this easy dessert casserole, fresh peach slices are combined with sugar, flour, milk, and several other ingredients. This peach cobbler tastes amazing when served with whipped cream or ice cream. Everyone is sure to love this Southern peach cobbler.


Preparation Time30 min

Cooking Time45 min

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Peach cobbler is one of those dishes that my grandmother always used to make when we had someone coming to visit. She would send grandpa out for vanilla ice cream to scoop over it as soon as it come out of the oven. We would sit around and have the best conversations along with great food. Thanks for the trip down memory lane!

This Peach Cobbler looks and sounds totally amazing! I can't believe how quick and easy the recipe is. I am looking forward to making it. I think I will also be trying different fruit. We are huge cobbler fans, so maybe a berry mixture.

Thanks for the reply, Natalie. One more question, if I use canned peaches in syrup, can I skip the first step of adding the one cup of sugar and cooking on the stove? Can I use the syrup in the can as a substitute for that step? I am trying to cut back on our sugar intake, and would prefer to not have to use as much white sugar as I can.

Hi kenziewood, yes you would skip the first step of cooking the peaches with sugar, since canned peaches are already sweetened. Enjoy! - Natalie, Editor of AllFreeCasseroleRecipes

I think my husband would definitely LOVE this dessert. The recipe says to use fresh peaches and make the syrup from the sugar and water and the peaches on the stove. Can you substitute tinned peaches and the syrup from the tin for the fresh peaches? Would that make a big difference?

Hi kenziewood, yes I think you can substitute canned peaches for fresh ones in this recipe. I don't think the results would be too different. I hope that helps! - Natalie, Editor of AllFreeCasseroleRecipes

I love fruit desserts, so I know I would like this cobbler. Even better knowing that it's inspired by a famous chef!


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