Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe

 Crockpot Peach Cobbler Recipe,an easy dessert that you do not have to turn your oven on for this.

Welcome, today I’m sharing an easy dessert that you do not have to turn your oven on for this, and the recipe is easy Peach Cobbler Recipe.

Serve with a scoop of cold vanilla ice cream, this is the perfect comforting dessert to share with loved ones

I love a good dessert in the summer because I am N-O-T a fan of turning my oven on so we’re going to be using the crockpot and you should also try this.

This reminds me of my childhood days, this is somewhat similar to Peach Dump Cake or Dump Dessert, but with a critical difference.

If you wanna try more of my dessert recipes:

Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe

Can I use frozen peaches instead of fresh peaches in easy Peach Cobbler Recipe?

It depends, if you are making during the peach season (between June -September), then try to get fresh ones. If not, then you can replace an equal amount of fresh peaches with frozen ones. One pound of frozen. canned peaches are equal to 3 medium-sized fresh peaches.

Is it important to peel peaches for the easy Peach Cobbler Recipe?

Can you leave the skin on the peaches for the cobbler? YES/NO, I mean it’s totally up to you. It’s totally one’s choice. If you leave the skin on the peaches, they will turn soft when they are cooked. But if you don’t want them even in a single bite, just peel them off.

How do make easy Peach Cobbler Recipe not runny?

Cook your frozen or fresh peaches with sugar, lemon juice, and corn starch and give it a bubble. Due to corn starch, your juices will thicken up and your easy Peach Cobbler Recipe doesn’t turn runny.

Do Crockpot Peach Cobblers Recipe have a bottom crust?

No, peach cobblers have no bottom crust. Just lay down the pieces of peach in a baking tray/dish or pie pan and then drop little scoops or dollop of biscuit dough or batter and done.

How do you know when easy Peach Cobbler Recipe is done?

Let your frozen peaches thaw, and use this time to prepare the batter, after that add cobbler toppings and cook on high for about 2.5-3 hours or on low for 3-4 hours. You will know the cobbler is done when it starts to turn golden and you can’t see any bubbles popping.

Products and ingredients I have used are mentioned below:

  • Crockpot: High/Low cook settings, and convenient Warm setting, crock-Pot features removable, dishwasher-safe.
  • Mixing bowl: Perfect for mixing, serving, and storage purpose.
  • Wooden Bowl: Beautifully shaped bowl has a waved rim, perfect for salads, fruit, or even as a centerpiece bowl.
  • Ice-cream Scoop: Easy to scoop, consistent portions and scoops, dishwasher safe.
  • Serving bowl: Bowl set for family dinners, food storage, breakfast cereals, restaurant service, party, dips. Microwave & Dishwasher & Freezer & Oven Safe.
  • Cooking oil spray: Natural extra virgin olive oil.

Now let’s get through the ingredients of our easy Peach Cobbler Recipe,

You’re going to need some really delicious ripe peaches, some corn starch, and cinnamon; this is going to get mixed in with our peach mixture. Sugar, flour, some vegetable oil because you do want to make sure to grease your crockpot. Some cold cubed butter, some more cinnamon, some baking powder, some sugar to get mixed in with the topping mixture, salt, ground nutmeg, and buttermilk (I’ll show you how to make buttermilk at home so that you don’t have to buy it).

  • Peaches: The perfect fruit to eat in the summer season, fresh or cooked they are always perfect and my favorite.
  • Cinnamon: Spice which can be used in almost every dessert and smells so nice and fresh.
  • Nutmeg: it’s also an amazing spice and that’s why I used in this recipe, adds flavor to the recipe.

Now let’s get started with our recipe,

Now as for the buttermilk it’s pretty easy to make, take 3/4 of a cup of whole milk, and then 3/4 of a tablespoon of fresh lemon juice and just mix it up and let it sit for about five minutes and there you go you’ll get a little bit curdled buttermilk.

So first let’s peel and slice our peaches.

Now we’re going to prepare our crockpot so like I said you want to make sure to grease the crockpot, use a vegetable oil spray (this is also a great opportunity to use those fantastic crock-pot liners), and then just pour your peaches right into the bottom of your crockpot.

To your peaches add your granulated sugar, cornstarch, and cinnamon(the cornstarch is going to help thicken up all those juices) and then add a dash of nutmeg (if you are a big fan of nutmeg feel free to add more), give this a good stir, and then let this sit while we prepare our topping.

This cobbler topping is very biscuit-like, so start with flour, sugar, kosher salt, baking powder, and then last but not least some cinnamon for some extra added flavor, give this a quick whisk make sure you get all those little lumps out.

And then, add in cold butter(this butter is gonna make these biscuits flaky and super delicious), and by using a pastry cutter or a regular fork what you want to do is you just break up the butter into the flour mixture, once you get a texture that looks like sand or small pea pieces that’s where you want it.

Then you’re gonna add your buttermilk and add this in thirds, so the goal with this is to mix it just until it’s incorporated. You’re going to have some lumps of butter in there you might have a few lumps of flour and that is completely fine.

So using a big fork to mix this all together, there’s going to be some ragged bits to this dough and that is completely normal just like any biscuit dough (this dough smells so good because of that cinnamon it’s warm and comforting).

TIP: If your bowl is moving all over the counter-top like mine was put a damp paper towel or just a towel underneath it and that will keep it from scooting around your countertop.

You’re ready to add it on top of your fruit, so take some help of ice cream or a cookie scoop, and it just kind of helps space out the dough.

So you just want to place spoonfuls or scoop bowls whatever you’re using, right along the top. And then once you get all the dough, spread out just a little bit just to make sure that there’s an even layer, then cook this on high for two and a half to three hours or on low for 3-4 hours.

Once Peach Cobbler Recipe is done, your whole kitchen will smell absolutely amazing. I do recommend letting this sit with the lid for at least 10-15 minutes.

When I scooped this out, peach was cooked beautifully, that cinnamon and nutmeg were smelling absolutely amazing and the biscuits were so soft and tender.

While serving, this easy Peach Cobbler Recipe add a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream and enjoy it.

Easy Crockpot Peach Cobbler Recipe

 Crockpot Peach Cobbler Recipe,an easy dessert that you do not have to turn your oven on for this.
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword cinnamon, crockpot, peach, peach desserts, vanilla ice cream
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 4 hours
Total Time 4 hours 20 minutes
Servings 6
Calories 260kcal


  • Crockpot
  • Mixing bowl
  • Wooden bowl
  • Ice cream scoop
  • Serving bowl


For biscuit dough

  • cup Flour
  • ¼ cup Sugar
  • 2 tsp Baking powder
  • ½ tsp Cinnamon powder
  • ¼ tsp Salt
  • ½ cup Unsalted butter cold & cubed
  • ¾ cup Buttermilk

For peach cobbler

  • 7-8 pieces Peaches (ripe) peeled, pitted, and sliced
  • 3 tbsp Sugar
  • tbsp Corn starch
  • 1/4 tsp Cinnamon powder
  • Dash Nutmeg


  • Peel peaches, spray cooking oil onto the base of a crockpot and transfer peaches to the crockpot.
  • Add granulated sugar, cornstarch, cinnamon powder, nutmeg powder, and let it cook until peaches turn nice and soft.
  • Now on the other side, in a bowl mix flour, sugar, kosher salt baking powder, and cinnamon powder and mix well.
  • After that add cold butter to the dry mixture and mix with the help of a fork. Now add buttermilk in batches and make a biscuit dough.
  • Now pour biscuit dough on the top of cooked peaches with the help of an ice cream scoop. Spread biscuit dough evenly with the help of a hand and cook for 2½-3 hours on high or 3-4 hours on low.
  • After it is cooked, let it sit for 10-15 minutes and done. Serve it with a scoop vanilla bean ice-cream on top of it.


  • Peeling peaches is completely optional.
  • After cobbler is cooked, let it sit for 10-15 minutes.