Two Two Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe | Yummly

Two Two Easy Peach Cobbler

Skye Hauschildt: "big recipe, turned out great after 90 minutes in…" Read More


  • 29 ounces sliced peaches (1 can, drained)
  • 1 cup butter (melted)
  • 2 cups sugar
  • 2 cups flour
  • 2 cups milk
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
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    NutritionView More

    Sodium28% DV680mg
    Fat77% DV50g
    Protein29% DV15g
    Carbs59% DV176g
    Fiber24% DV6g
    Calories1190Calories from Fat450
    Total Fat50g77%
    Saturated Fat30g150%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat450
    Total Carbohydrate176g59%
    Dietary Fiber6g24%
    Vitamin A40%
    Vitamin C25%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Skye Hauschildt 13 days ago
    big recipe, turned out great after 90 minutes in the oven 😝
    Deryck Gorman 14 days ago
    Turned out excellent in the cast iron skillet.
    Eldon Bampton 2 months ago
    Everyone loved it! served it cold with custard
    Boney 9 months ago
    Delicious will definitely make again
    Laura B 9 months ago
    Sounds very similar to my great grandma’s. My grandma poured the peach juice from the pan over the top before baking. A real family favorite!
    Jessica Rickman 9 months ago
    It was wonderful. Classic and super easy. I added cinnamon.
    Wendy Reaves 10 months ago
    This was more like a peach cake than a cobbler. It was too thick. I didn't particularly care for it. I will not make it again.
    A little too sweet in my opinion and not enough peaches I’d also not use all the batter also put a baking sheet underneath Incase it spills over in the oven mine did
    Janney a year ago
    I didn't have any peaches but I did have cherry pie filling. I used two cans of the pie filling but kept the rest of the recipe the same. Hubby said it was a new favorite!
    Ruby Roberts a year ago
    Liked it but can I cut the recipe in half
    Keri Curtin a year ago
    Very easy to make and a huge hit with the whole family.
    Bernie C. a year ago
    Turned out well and everyone enjoyed it. However it was too sweet for some which I suspect is a result of too much sugar in the recipe.
    Mariah a year ago
    AMAZING I will make this again
    Noonan a year ago
    love!! didnt need a full teo cups of milk though
    Audrey Hruza a year ago
    Good but highly recommend putting a cookie sheet underneath the dish/pan when cooking just in case it boils over a bit. First time my oven has ever caught on fire because of drippings, luckily the cobbler was already out.
    Ryan Vlogs a year ago
    Turned out perfect. Just as good, if not better than all of the more “complicated” recipes. Definitely a new favorite! I cooked in cast iron and had to go roughly 10 minutes over recommended time so about 50-55 minutes
    Ms. T. a year ago
    Delicious 👍🏾 would make again!
    Sw 2 years ago
    It was delicious and not too hard to make! Everyone loved it. And I’m constantly being asked to make it again!
    Kristin Cook 2 years ago
    I made a gluten-free vegan version. I made my own flour mix (sorghum flour, coconut flour, almond flour, tapioca starch, and corn starch). I used margarine instead of butter. and almond milk instead of regular milk. It was so good.
    Greg Welch 2 years ago
    needs a few more peaches and just a hint of cinnamon and would be perfect
    YumChef 2 years ago
    Great, I added cherries and blueberries, a bit of vanilla and cinnamon! Turned out beautifully! I am certain the family will enjoy it!
    Plunk 2 years ago
    The family demolished it! score for mama. Even my 4 y/o ate some. whoo hoo for yummly.
    Tyler Meredith 2 years ago
    There was too much batter for me, it was more like a peach cake than a peach cobbler. Next time I’m going to throw some of the batter away or not make as much.
    Francine V. 2 years ago
    Very good, super easy
    Ali Morrow 2 years ago
    great l! i used self rising flour instead of all purpose
    Elise W. 3 years ago
    Way to sweet, I had to bake it longer than it said, overall I would not make this again.
    Kat I. 3 years ago
    Terribly! The butter just rose to the surface, and the batter remained undercooked even with extra time in the oven..complete mess!
    Jesse Rubio 3 years ago
    Amazingly super duper easy. Made it at the firehouse. It'll be a definite repeat. Guys loved it. Perfect.
    Nikki T. 4 years ago
    Add cinnamon and nutmeg (about a 1/2 tsp of nutmeg)...with cinnamon sugar on top of crust.I would make it again. We loved it.Warm with Bryers vanilla ice just can't beat it.
    Deborah Herring 4 years ago
    I love love this recipe. I modified it by using self rising flour to eliminate the baking powder. I also added nutmeg. My family and coworkers really enjoyed it.

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