BEST COBBLER YOU’VE EVER HAD

August 6, 2012

Okay, okay. David is saying I can’t tell you it’s the best cobbler you’ve ever had. I’ll just tell you it’s the best cobbler he and I’ve ever had.

(But if you have eaten a better one, you better be sending your girl Rach the recipe! Don’t hold out on me).

(But as I said before, I’m pretty confident it doesn’t exist).

I didn’t even mention how versatile this dish is. Try with other fruits – perhaps blackberries, lemon pie filling, or something crazy like pineapple.

Best Cobbler You've Ever Had from Rachel Schultz

BEST COBBLER YOU’VE I’VE EVER HAD
Serves 10-12

1 box yellow cake mix (not baked, just the powder)
1/3 cup butter, softened
2  eggs
30 ounces canned peaches, drained (or 4 fresh peaches, peeled and pitted)
8 ounces cream cheese
1/3 cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
Vanilla ice cream

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a large bowl, combine cake mix, butter, and 1 egg. Mix ingredients until crumbly. Separate 1/2 cup of crumble for topping.

Best Cobbler You've Ever Had from Rachel Schultz Best Cobbler You've Ever Had from Rachel Schultz

Spray a 9×13 glass dish with cooking spray. Press remaining crumble into base of dish. Bake for 10 minutes. While crust bakes, slice peaches into small, 1 inch pieces. Beat together cream cheese, sugar, 1 egg, and vanilla until creamy.

Best Cobbler You've Ever Had from Rachel Schultz

Layer peaches on top of baked crust. Spread cream cheese mixture on top of peaches.

Top with reserved crumbs and bake for 30 minutes. Allow to cool for 30 additional minutes and serve with vanilla ice cream.

Best Cobbler You've Ever Had from Rachel Schultz

Best Cobbler You've Ever Had from Rachel Schultz

4.5 from 47 reviews
BEST COBBLER YOU'VE EVER HAD
 
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Serves: 10-12
Ingredients
  • 1 box yellow cake mix (not baked, just the powder)
  • ⅓ cup butter, softened
  • 2 eggs
  • 30 ounces canned peaches, drained (or 4 fresh peaches, peeled and pitted)
  • 8 ounces cream cheese
  • ⅓ cup sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • Vanilla ice cream
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a large bowl, combine cake mix, butter, and 1 egg. Mix ingredients until crumbly. Separate ½ cup of crumble for topping.
  2. Spray a 9x13 glass dish with cooking spray. Press remaining crumble into base of dish.
  3. Bake for 10 minutes. While crust bakes, slice peaches into small, 1 inch pieces.
  4. Beat together cream cheese, sugar, 1 egg, and vanilla until creamy. Layer peaches on top of baked crust. Spread cream cheese mixture on top of peaches.
  5. Top with reserved crumbs and bake for 30 minutes. Allow to cool for 30 additional minutes and serve with vanilla ice cream. I didn't even mention how versatile this dish is. Try with other fruits - perhaps blackberries, lemon pie filling, or something crazy like pineapple.

Adapted from Just a Pinch.

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Comments

  • Theresa

    We’ve been making this recipe for years, and just love it! If we don’t have a cake mix box on hand, it is still delicious with a DIY cake mix recipe. I’ve also subbed strained Greek yogurt (so it’s as thick as cream cheese) in a pinch, and it’s always fantastic. You just can’t go wrong!

  • I made this recipe yesterday. It was delicious. I use strawberry and cherry pie filling instead of peach but still tastes wonderful. I will try blueberry next time. The only thing I did different is that I accidentally add more butter (5g) more so it’s not crumbly. I will stick to the recipe next time. One cup crumbs for topping didn’t cover the entire layer. However these are small details. Still good . I will make them again. Thank you for the recipe!

  • Anonymous

    … just made it and accidentally opened a lemon cake mix instead of a golden. It went well with the peaches too. Keeper recipe .

  • Tracy Richardson

    This truly IS the best cobbler I’ve ever eaten, and overwhelmingly, people I’ve served it to agree!

  • Jolene

    Do you need to refrigerate leftovers?

  • Janet

    I just made this with fresh peaches. Smells amazing. I had to bake mine more than 30 min to get it brown. Can’t wait for dinner and dessert!

  • Kathy

    I am putting together this recipe for the cobbler. In the directions it says to drain the peaches from the can. Do you later use the liquid from the can? PLEASE answer as soon as possible as I plan to make this dish for Memorial day picnic. Thanks!! Kathy

    • Rachel Schultz

      Drain the peaches! : ) Happy Memorial Day

  • Janet

    The cake was great big hit. Only thing I didnt like was that it fell apart and didnt stay firm. I drained the peaches and on the raspberries one I drained and added little flour to the fruit. Any suggestions?

  • Charity

    Just made this and used frozen pie filling I home canned. I really don’t like baked peaches at all, but this was amazing.

  • bibiana

    I just made it for the first time and I love it,surely I’ll do it again.

  • Herbie

    Made this several times, and it is always a hit!

  • Susan Fishback

    If I want to try with fresh blackberries, what measurement of berries should I use? This sounds heavenly and can’t wait to try it!

  • azifikare

    How far in advance can it be maade and does oit freeze well?

    • diat

      I’ve frozen it – pre-cut pieces and then vacuum packed with a foodsaver and they were great.

  • Jennifer

    Just made this for diabetic boyfriend. I used a sugar free yellow cake mix and Splenda instead of sugar in the cream cheese mixture. Delicious! I also sprinkled sliced almonds on top before baking. Added a nice little crunch. Will definitely make again!

  • Gemaine
  • Gemaine

    Best cobbler ever‼️it is a big hit with my family and friends‼️

  • Carolyn

    trying it with pineapple (mostly crushed) with a lemon cake mix, it is in the oven now and smells heavenly

  • Liz

    I tried this recipe for the first time about a month ago, and let me say it is 100 times better then the dump cake resipes using cake mix. My husband Loved it….Thanks for this recipe, it really is the best peach cobbler We’ve ever had. :)

  • Teri

    I found too that 1/2 cup of topping was not enough so luckily I saved a one cup. I used a lemon cake mix with fresh blackberries and it did take longer than 30 min. to bake,more like 45min. I saw someone else mention of doubling the recipe, I might try that as well next time, otherwise it a stretch for everything.

  • Jan

    Recently retired and now have time to do so many things I put on my bucket list. I grew up on a farm with a big family. Started cooking as a child, but not with a cookbook, but learning from my mama and granny using terms like “a pinch, half hand scoop, ’bout this much, enough flour ’til it feels right’, the southern, ol time scratch cooking. Don’t remember measuring cups either. My husband of 44 years loves my cooking, but I want to take it to another level, so I googled a recipe for the BEST peach cobbler ever and luckily got to your site which I truly enjoyed reading about you and your family. I made your peach cobbler, and it lasted less than 24 hours. It IS the very best peach cobbler I’ve ever eaten, and I rarely eat sweets. The cream cheese and small amount of sugar keeps this from being too sweet. I made another and it is already gone. (Have you ever seen a 66 year old man lick his plate?) He did and looked over at me and grinned. He said he was at home and he had to eat every crumb of that peach cobbler, it was sooo… good. He asked what I needed from the store to make another one. He came in with enough to make at least 5 more. He said it wouldn’t hurt to keep the ingredients on hand. I got a chocolate cake mix with cherry pie filling to try with your recipe. Can’t wait to taste what that’s like. Thank you, Rachel, for sharing such a delicious recipe with us. I’m looking forward to reading your site, You are very inspiring.a Thanks again, Jan

  • shelly

    Why can’t I read any of the comments on this website?

    • Herb

      I can read your comments.

      Herb

  • shelly

    will try this

    • Elaine

      Sounds good. l’m thinking of giving it a try.

      Here’s a recipe for a peach/apple/pineapple cobbler that my family just loves. As a matter of fact, I just took it out of the oven and waiting for it to cool so I can dig in!

      2 cans apple pie filling (about 20 – 25 oz)
      1 can sliced cling peaches (about 30 oz or so)
      1 can CRUSHED pineapple (20 -25 oz)
      (measurements are not exact; get a close as you can.

      Place one stick of butter in bottom of pot. Add the apple pie filling, crushed pineapple, and the sliced peaches, using just half the juice.

      Turn on low heat. Add cinnamon & nutmeg to taste (I use way more cinnamon than nutmeg). Add 1/2 cup light brown sugar/ 1/2 cup dark brown sugar and 1/2 cup granulated sugar.

      Add about 1 t vanilla and 1 t lemon juice (fresh is better)
      Add about 1/2 cup flour, stirring occasionally until the flour dissolves.

      Pour into cobbler dish with pie crust on bottom and around sides to top of dish. I just buy the cheapy two for one 9″ ones from Sav A Lot. You get two in a pack.

      I use one pack to line the 9″ dish. You can make your own pie crust or use ready made as I do.

      After making sure there is crust on the bottom and sides of container, I pour in the pie filling. Add a top crust; slit to allow steam to escape or add your own favorite crumble on top.

      Bakes for and hour and 15 minutes at 375. I bake mine until the crust is a light brown. You can bake yours longer or shorter depending on your preference.

      I’ve been making this cobbler forever. Before I retired, I took it to work EVERY Christmas. I now make it at Christmas & Thanksgiving. I’ll also make it for a special occasion.

      If anyone makes it, let me know what you think.

      Elaine

      • Rachel Schultz

        Thank you Elaine!

    • Herb

      me too.

      Herb

  • Anonymous

    great

  • Anonymous

    peach cobbler recipe

  • It was very easy. However, I did not like it. Had to cook much longer than recipe suggests because the 7-up was still floating on top and the cake mix was still dry and powdery. When I finally took it out of the oven, there was still some dry cake mix on the top. It had an unappetizing appearance and it had an artificial taste. But what should I expect when cutting corners by using a packaged cake mix.

    • Anonymous

      No where in this recipe did it call for 7 up.
      This cobbler is amazing

    • Anonymous

      I don’t believe it ever called for 7 up.

  • Phyllis

    I didn’t have a yellow cake mix on hand, so i usesd a lemon cake mix instead. YUMMMY!

    I plan on using the lemon cake mix again, but using blueberries instead of peaches, or even a combination of both.

    Actually, I wonder if the same technique would work with a chocolate/fudge cake mix, and cherries…or cherry pie filling? Or……pineapple cake mix with crushed pineapple, or almond cake mix with apple filling? I’m just say’n!!

  • Omg! This is the best cobbler I have ever had or made! So yummy I’m making a second one with the rest of the fresh peaches from Palisade, Colorado that I bought at a farmers market. My husband loved this cobbler. I live in Colorado so we have awesome peaches to work with. I’m going to make it with 2 cake mixes this time to make it a deeper cobbler. Hopefully it comes out right, it should as I will just double everything in recipe and bake a little longer. Thank you for sharing this recipe with everyone , Cheryl Deedon

  • Anna Teel

    5 stars…Yum! I just made this. I’ve been craving peach cobbler lately. I made it in an 8×8 glass dish using a gluten free boxed cake and added blackberries. Oh myyyy! Seriously good! It’s not as good as grandmas but this recipe is fan-freakin-tastic! The dream cheese was a lot more mild than u was expecting. Nice subtle addition. I added 5 mins to crust only bake and 10 mins to the total bake time. Awesome perfection.

  • Jackye

    I substituted brown sugar for the white and mixed 1/2cup granola with topping before baking it was great also I used 6 fresh peaches

  • Lucy

    That was so yummy! Thank you for sharing! I used two fresh peaches and two fresh nectarines. It was super easy!

  • cheryl chase

    I made this with canned peaches and it was delicious

  • Claudia

    Made it with fresh peaches and blueberries and a little cinnamon and it was so awesome! Thank you!

  • matthew

    Well I made it with blueberry’s and everybody says exactly what it says the best they’ve ever had and I agree I already memorized the recipe this is surely a contest winner thank again matthew

  • matthew

    Can blueberry’s be used in this recipe,re:best cobbler ever ty Matthew martin

    • Rachel Schultz

      Absolutely!

  • Rachel, this is the best Cobbler. Made it for a dinner my husband and I were invited to. It was a big hit. The favorite dessert!.This is a keeper for sure. Thank you so much for this recipe. I rate it a five star.

    Rose

  • Kathy

    OMG you were right the Best Cobbler I have ever eaten or made! I want to try it with pineapple as suggested and put brown sugar in the cream cheese mixture! This is going to be a summer family FAVE!!! Thanks for the recipe!

  • Mine is in the oven right now. Can’t wait to try it thanks for the recipe.

  • Laura H

    Thank you for an excellent recipe!! I used 4 cups of fresh blackberries and sprinkled them with a little extra cinnamon sugar- fantastic!

  • Nita

    Loved this recipe, I added almond extract and walnuts, used canned peaches and frozen peaches thawed. Less sugar with cream cheese mixture. Delish, cinnamon sprinkled on top

  • Rita Powell

    How do I subscribe to more recipes? Also how do I get this recipe in my email?

    Best Cobbler You’ve Ever Had

    • helen markham

      How can I get all these recipts using can and fresh fruits like peaches cut in half with light syrup in cans

  • Melanie

    Can’t wait to try this again actually following the recipe!

  • Melanie

    I made a big boo boo! Oops. I put the cream cheese in the cake mix with the butter, whoops, well it came out more like a cobbler. For fruit I used mand oranges, pineapple, and strawberries (what I had on hand). I also used stevia in the raw instead of sugar. Thus far it looks great!

    • Doug

      Hey Melanie this is a peach cobbler recipe stevia does not cook right in any recipe irregardless of what anyone says. Blueberries and anything else is just that a berry cobbler cream cheese also does not belong in a traditional cobbler period. also yellow cake is just that too a yellow cake with peaches in it. Sorry it may be good but not a cobbler. maybe a gobble up er! something else. Rate is a 1 for effort. Ingredients for cobbler is Milk, butter, Flour, Cinnamon, nutmeg, Brown sugar and white sugar, vanilla, greased pan or cooking Bowl. Pour the peaches over the mixture and do notstirand you will have a great peach cobbler.

    • Herb

      Put a bandaid on it, that’s what i do with my booboos.

      Herb

  • The chicken was so good. I not fond of chicken but this I will make again.

    • Anonymous

      What r u talking aboit…This is peach cobbler

  • Mandy

    I have made this recipe a few times now! I did quite a bit of canning last year and have so many cans of peaches and this recipe is a perfect way to use them. It’s so easy and it’s made using ingredients that I usually always have in my pantry and fridge. My husband loved this recipe as well!

  • I can’t wait to try this… Hopefully tomorrow… I am a true southern girl and was raised on peach cobbler… My most favorite dessert. I can’t wait to try and give you my honest feedback… I will return.. The cream cheese is what I am most interested in…
    thanks for posting!

  • Just made this yesterday and it is delicious! It got rave reviews from all my friends too. I was happy to find this recipe. I had a peaches and cream cobbler a few years back and have tried a few recipes for it, but this is the closest and yummiest.

  • Rach, I simply LOVE, LOVE All of you recipes especially this one! I haven’t made it myself as of yet but my girlfriend has when she had a group of us all over house. And it came out delicious that now I have to make it myself. My girlfriend said it was the easiest thing to make also. Tell your it is the Best of the Best. Lol
    Keep me posted on any new things that you make I’m always looking for something new. <3 <3

  • Lea

    This is a great cobbler. I ran across the recipe when making dinner and happened to have some fresh/frozen peaches in the freezer. I didn’t have any cream cheese on hand, so I pureed cottage cheese as a replacement, also used egg beaters instead of regular eggs. My Mom was in town and is on weight watchers, so the substitutions helped to “lighten it up” for her.

    This is a keeper!

  • This peach cobbler is AMAZING!!!!! I just used some extra vanilla and a pinch of salt. It turned out better then I expected.

  • Veronica

    I tried your recipe and it was absolutely delicious. It was a little too sweet for some of the taste testers, yet they couldn’t stop eating it. Lol! I wanted to ask if i used less sugar will it alter the taste? And do you recomnend using brown sugar or substitutes like truvia or splenda ?

  • The peach cobbler recipe was to die for! Thank’s so much. I have a freezer full of home grown peaches just waiting…

  • Rita

    Hi this looks amazing! I’m pretty new to baking and I was wondering when you say “vanilla” do you mean extract? Or is that not the same thing lol

    • Rachel Schultz

      Yep!

  • Ayla

    I loved this recipe! What are your thoughts on using other varieties of cake mix like chocolate or spice – do you think it would be basically the same (other than flavor of course)?

    Thanks!

    • Rachel Schultz

      That could be really yummy with different fruits!

  • Moni Faair

    This recipe was wonderful. My hudband never eats sweets or cheese he had 4 servings. One daughter told me she does not eat peaches the other told me she does not eat cobbler. The peach cobbler didnt last 24hrs..
    Best recipe ever…
    This is now a staple in my home.

  • Therese

    I made this for a gathering and everyone enjoyed it. I used less sugar and crushed pineapples instead of peaches. It was delicious! Thank you so much!

  • Kay Malan

    This made a really great cobbler! I used fresh peaches and made it in two deep-dish pie plates and it came out wonderfully. I didn’t have ice cream but poured a tiny bit of milk on it, while it was still hot, and it was very good.
    Thanks for the easy recipe

  • WOW!!! Seriously, my family LOVED this!! My husband said “Wow, this really is the best cobbler I have ever had!” You named it correctly that is for sure. I made ours with Fresh Peaches and it really was fabulous! We will be making this again, that is for sure.
    Thanks a bunch!

  • Fritz

    Made this using a gluten free cake mix and everyone loved it… There was nothing left!!! Yummy,,,,,!!
    Fritz

  • Robin

    YES I TOO RESERVED ABOUT 3/4 CUP OF RESERVED CRUMBLY. YUMMY YUMMY

  • Robin

    ABOSOLUTELY THE BEST EVER RACHEL! SECOND TIME I MADE IT AND AGAIN A HUGE, HUGE HIT! THANK YOU! I USE FRESH FRUIT BLENDED 1 APPLE, 2 PEACHES AND SMALL PKG OF BLUEBERRIES. ALSO TRIED BROWN SUGAR INSTEAD OF WHITE.

  • kira

    I love this! I’m not sure if I didn’t measure right, but saving a half cup cake mixture wasn’t enough to cover. Ill save more next time.

  • Cindy

    Delicious!!!!

  • How would you make this with fresh apples. How many would you use and where they are hard than peaches and need more time to cook would this work?

  • HANDS DOWN best cobbler!! My 23-year-old self had grannies ripping up their recipes over this baby!

    • Herb

      Hands go up.

      Herb

      • Herbie

        Whoot Whoot!!

  • lorene munro

    this Is soooo very good one of the best

  • Marguerite

    Give this recipe to Mary

  • Vicky

    Chocolate is usually my favorite. This recipe tests my loyalties. Love it!

  • Cheri Godoy

    I cannot wait to try this recipe! I am going to try it today!

  • Carmen

    Please email me this wonderful receipe (Best Cobbler You Ever Had)…Thanks

  • comerancestry

    Made this recipe, followed it to a T. I LOVE the cream cheese addition

  • Ashley

    I was just wondering, do you leave let out once its cool or put into fridge?

    • Rachel Schultz

      Fridge! (for the cream cheese’s sake)

  • Nancy

    can not wait to try today. May use apples

  • Amy

    This does look great. Wondering if I could sub other “soft” fruits? has any one tried berries?
    thx

  • Carrie

    This is a great recipe. Had some fresh peaches that need to be used. I baked up a pan of this and took it to church and six 14-15 year old girls wiped out the pan. They loved it. They took seconds and thirds! Also, my daughter took a pan to her in-laws and they went bananas over it. Making the third cobbler in 5 days. It’s a hit! Thanks for sharing this recipe.

  • Linda

    TRULY the best peach cobbler I’ve ever eaten. Family loves, loves, loves it. Thank you so much. Goodbye to Grandma’s recipe. Hello to THIS!! Wow!

  • Starry922

    Oh goodness, I haven’t made this yet – but the recipe sounds so yummy! I’ll make it tonight. And I’m going to keep your web page marked for more great suggestions!

    • Rachel Schultz

      Thanks!

  • Pamela

    Rachel you CAN say its the BEST I’m still getting
    compliments from my neighbors. And I’m considered a very
    Good Cook. Thank.You so much for sharing!
    Pam

    • Rachel Schultz

      That’s great Pam, thanks!

  • Tara

    Oh my goodness. I have this habit of always researching ‘the very best recipe of _____’ and naturally, researched the very best peach cobbler recipe for a dinner with friends the other night. The first words out of our friend’s mouth when she had a bite was, ‘This is the best peach cobbler I’ve EVER had!’ So, it’s truly true- this really is the best peach cobbler. :)

  • Elaine

    You are right…this is the best cobbler I’ve ever made. I’ve tried so many. Next time I’ll use more peaches. Thanks for sharing.

  • Gini

    This recipe was simple and has to be the tastiest cobbler I’ve ever eaten! I made it with fresh peaches & blueberries. Served warm topped with vanilla ice cream. This is a keeper!

  • Jaci

    Hi,
    So there’s a dutch oven variation of this recipe we use when we go camping and yes, it is the most mazing cobbler ever. We put marachino (sp?) Cherries in ours but still pretty much the same resulting tastiness. Glad to find a home recipe :)

  • Looks good

  • Joy

    Hi. Quick question, I’m having trouble finding yellow cake mix. Would a vanilla cake mix work too?

    • Rachel Schultz

      Absolutely!

  • Bev

    After the crust had cooled I poured half the juice from the peaches(I used canned) over the crust & poked holes in it, making it much moister. Added the other half over the finished dish, added a lot moisture to the cobbler.

  • Heather Fletcher

    Holy crap this is good!!!! I had company over for the first time tonight and decided to make this as a dessert after our BBQ. I was really hoping it came out good since it was the only dessert and wow….amazing!!! I didn’t change a thing, I followed the recipe exactly. This is my new favorite cobbler!!

  • Christy

    Just found this recipe……it’s in the oven now. I must say I made it with my six year old, who loves to cook, we taste tested through the entire process. LOVE IT!!! Thanks Rachel for an awesome blog and fantastic recipes. My family is in love with fresh fruit and veggies so it was refreshing find a recipe using fresh peaches instead of canned! I can’t imagine it turning out to be anything less than amazing when it is fully cooked.

  • Joyce

    Just made this tonight and being someone who fails at cooking more often than not, I must say it was incredible! Thanks so much for sharing!

  • Soo Easy Soo good. I am going to try other fruits too.

  • Very good cobbler!!! I used fresh peaches and plums I had left that were getting too ripe. It was great!!! The cream cheese makes it a little “cheese cakey”. Thanks!

  • Kiba

    I made this and my family loved it! They ask for it all the time! My question is, what would the measurements be for feeding a party of 80-100? I want to make this for a birthday party.

  • Laura

    I have this in the oven right now. Looks and smells wonderful. I added cinnamon and nutmeg. Hope its yummy

  • Pinx Delicious

    Just tried this really easy cobbler and it is terrific. I cannot say it’s the best I’ve ever had, but it is very good and super simple to make. My only complaint is that the cake makes the crust a bit too sweet for my liking. I prefer a less sweet crust, similar to Rachel Ray’s cobbler recipe. However, this is great when you need something fast. I also think that with fresh raspberries it would be superb. The tart berries would offset the sweet crust. Another option would be to add a little fresh lemon juice to the peaches or the crust mix, or even try squeezing the lemon over the cobbler before you serve it. Thanks so much for this!

  • Jessica

    I was wanting to use fresh peaches any idea how many I might need?

  • Ashley

    I am so excited I am making this recipe for the first time right now for the fourth and I am trying apple and added cinnamon. We are serving it with vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce…I can not wait. I will rate and tell you alm how it was once it comes out.

  • Briana

    Do I need to melt the butter for this recipe?

    • Lil Red

      I’d probably just have it softened at room temperature, not melted.

    • Heather Fletcher

      No, just nuke it for 5 minutes in the microwave if you just pulled it out of the fridge. You need to mash it into the cake mix with a fork, so you need it soft…not melted.

  • Tammy

    Has anyone made this with frozen peaches? Any reason it wouldn’t work?

  • Anonymous

    I just made this with can peaches and fresh strawberries and let me let you, it was fantastic. Will soo make this again !!!!

    Thanks for sharing

  • Paula Fross

    Loved the recipe! Came out perfect and everyone loved it. Definitely a keeper. I used french vanilla cake and it was very flavorful. Thanks for posting this awesome cobbler.

  • Alanna

    This was a great recipe that I will definitely make again. I used white cake mix as that’s what I had on hand, and fresh blueberries in place of canned peaches. Was not too sweet… The blueberry flavor came through beautifully. I was concerned because of some comments about it being overly sweet, but I think that’s because of the canned peaches. I have a suspicion that fresh fruit of any kind will be less sweet than their canned counterparts.
    Next time I will add a dash of almond extract to the cake mix to complement the blueberries, but I was really happy with this recipe overall. I didn’t even serve it with ice cream, but I think that would have taken it to a whole other level!

  • Amy

    Do you drain the peaches???

    • Alanna

      Yes. It’s stated in the ingredients list to drain them.

  • Christine

    I am so excited to try the peach cobbler recipe! Im branching out and trying new things with my cooking. I love your site and am finding tons of new recipes for my family and I!! Thank you!

    • Rachel Schultz

      You’re welcome!

  • Anonymous

    I’m not even a cobbler fan, and this was truly amazing. Didn’t even need the ice cream!

  • Cait

    Had anyone made this outside in a Dutch oven over a campfire/with coals?

  • Trudy

    I searched the recipe but I could not find out if I am suppose to drain the canned peaches or not. I did drain them and the cobbler seemed dry. Should I or should I not? The cobbler was tasty but not great. I would like to try it again because of the comments and it sounds so good.

  • Beth Black

    I have all the ingredients except for the yellow cake mix. I have a white cake mix. Does it really matter?

    • Rachel Schultz

      Nope, should be fine!

    • Frances

      I would say yes because it has a different texture. I just made mine, but ousted two boxes because I felt that I did not have enough for the top crust.

    • Christy

      I just made this using white cake mix and it was great.

  • Sheryl

    Is the cream cheese softened or room temp before hand? Or do you add it cold?

  • Lori

    It was just a bit too sweet for me, but my boys enjoyed it. I think I’ll squeeze lemon into the peaches, as well as some fresh grated ginger and/or lemon and orange zest… perhaps a shake of cinnamon? I plan on making this again when my BIG family comes to town on the 4th of July, so I’ll get a better idea of how or if this is a crowd pleaser for us.
    Easy recipe, which I REALLY appreciate!

  • CFMama

    Made this for a graduation party tonight and it was such a HIT!!!! THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH FOR SHARING THIS RECIPE AND YOUR TALENT! YOU ARE A SPECTER FROM THE GODS!!!!! :)

  • Brianna

    This cobbler is absolutely amazing!! My husband doesn’t even like cobbler but he has requested that I make this again lol!

  • I tried this recipe and it was delicious! I did a review of it on my food blog!!!! 5 STARS from me!!!!

  • Mo

    Do I bake the yellow cake or just use unbaked?

    • Rachel Schultz

      Unbaked!

  • GoodByeGirl

    Just pulled this out of the oven – the cream cheese mix seemed to really poof up and dominate the top with bits of crumble on the top. It looks and smells wonderful – taking it over to my Mother-In-Law’s house (eeek!) – will see what the verdict is! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  • Sea

    Was very easy to make and was delicious!

  • Ashley

    All I can say about this peach cobbler is Y-U-M!

  • Tiffany

    Did you use the juice from the peaches with this?

    • Rachel Schultz

      Nope! Others have said they did and it still worked, though.

  • Keesha

    I have it in the oven right now and it smells amazing! I wish I would have doubled the crust so I could of put more on top… But I’m excited to try this :)

  • cyndi

    Tried this last night with fresh blueberries!! INCREDIBLE!! Best cobbler EVER! Thanks so much!

  • Ivica M Pencic

    What is yellow cake mix?I am from Europe.

    • Keesha

      You can buy yellow cake mix in a box from the grocery store… I used Pillsbury brand in the baking aisle.

    • Anonymous

      It is a cake mix (dry) that comes in a box that has most of the ingredients already added. All one has to do to make a “homemade” cake is to add eggs, vegetable oil and water and bake. The cobbler uses the dry mix to make the bottom crust.

  • Tatiana

    I just made this today. I absolutely loved it and so did my husband. I did tweek the recipe a bit. I used the yellow cake mix but I added cinnamon,nutmeg and vanilla. I also used the juice from the peaches. Thank you for sharing

  • Kelly

    I’ve made this twice. Once with peaches and another with peaches and blackberries. This recipe is simple and totally awesome. Everyone loved it and asked for the recipe!

  • Justina

    Hi, Im anxious to try this! quick question- Should the butter be cold and cut in pieces or room temp and just all mixed in or melted???

    • Rachel Schultz

      Room temperature is great.

  • Yum!! I tweaked this recipe sooo much only because I didn’t have all of the ingredients. Instead of peaches, I used mango pulp. Mixed the pulp along with some cream cheese, sugar, egg, plain yogurt, and a tiny bit of vanilla extract. Turned out a bit more liquidified than I wanted. (Don’t know how I can thicken it, any suggestions?) but I poured it over the baked 1st layer then added the rest of the crumbs on top. For a newbie baker making all the tweaks, the ‘cobbler’ turned out pretty awesome!! I will come back to this recipe though when I have all the ingredients. *adding to my recipe list*

    Xoxo,
    Someonesomewhere.

  • Betty819

    Rachel, is that vanilla ice cream added to your cobbler in the picture? I was going to ask if you used Cool Whip or whipped cream to top it off but it looks more like ice cream melting on top of the cobbler.

    Heather…you suggested adding peach or apricot brandy but didn’t say how much..Can you tell us how much?

    Dee..how much peach schnapps?

    Dwayne..adding chopped pecans and a touch of cinnamon sounds so yummy!

    For the person who suggested using peach pie filling, did you add any additional spices. Does the peach pie filling come in Lite variety? I have used the Lite versions of cherry pie filling and prefer it. Will check the Comstock website.

  • Betty819

    Saw your picture for the peach cobbler on pinterest and bought 2 cans of peaches and never printed the recipe off. Duh! I just found this again and printed off the recipe and read all the comments and suggestions. I will print this recipe off and bookmark it. I like the idea of the peach pie filling being used. And DEE, how much peach scnapps did you put into this? I had a fuzzy navel before I went to bed last evening because I was so exhausted and I slept good, with the exception of DH coming in and asking for a pain pill. I think I will print some of the comments off with helpful tips or jot them down on back of recipe that I printed out. Need to add the cake mix to my grocery list.

  • Yumm. Just made this using sugar free cake mix by pillsbury & sliced peaches by Libby’s that are no sugar added made with Splenda & replaced sugar with Splenda turned out real good I used the syrup from one jar & half another jar of peaches. Thank you for this recipe hope this will help some other diabetics to have such a yummy dessert.

    • Helen Syme

      Thanks for the recipe. Nicki, I use Spenda in all my recipes now. My husband is diabetic and we love the Splenda and the Pillsbury Sugar Free Cake Mixes. They are delicious and we can’t tell the difference. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  • sahrene

    Making this now with peaches and dark cherries. I also am using greek yogurt instead of cream cheese :) Thx!

    • Rachel Schultz

      DARK CHERRIES. yum

  • Ah, never mind, I just found the answer in some comments back in February. Sorry, and thanks!

  • Looks delicious! Sorry if you answer this somewhere else and I missed it, but do you use cold butter, softened butter, or melted butter? Also, I’m assuming you drain the peaches and soften the cream cheese. Is that right?

  • Karen Stiles

    tried the peach and it was incredible , even impressed my husbands grandmother who is a southern cook , right now it is in the oven and i have used apricots this time !!!

  • pat

    It looked like the peaches were drained although the recipe didn’t specify. Next time I make it I will use the juice because it’s quite dry, more like a crumble than cobbler and I’d be sure to lessen the sugar and use “lite” peaches because it was very sweet although I used less than the 1/3 cup sugar called for. The crust was nice. It would be good to add some chopped pecans to it.

  • Jilly

    This sounds great! I’m hoping to use it with fresh fruits – especially local peaches… i’m guessing they dont have to be cooked at all ahead of time, since no one has mentioned it? thanks..

  • Anonymous

    making this right now….smells delicious!!!

  • Bonnie Cordova

    Not usally a fan of chaning recipes, but very glad I did. Just using what I had on hand. I tried with chocolate cake and frozen strawberries. On Word. My new favorite. Will be making the peach for Easter not sharing the chocolate.

  • dora

    Looks yummy I’m going to make for Easter , I know from the ingredients you can’t go wrong. Thank you!

  • Anonymous

    Has anyone tried it with peach pie filling?

    • dora

      I’m sure it will work just as well . Sounds like a good idea.

    • I use canned peach pie filling in my cobblers and it is wonderful. It is all ready to use right out of the can. Sometimes I add some apricot jam, about 1/4 cup and some almond extract to make it even tastier. I’m sure other canned fruit pie fillings would work just as well.

  • Terri

    I made mine with frozen peaches, plums, apricots and blueberries….turned out great!

  • This recipe was so easy to make. I added some extra frozen peaches and it turned out great. It was a hit with the whole family. I will definitely be making this again.

  • Jessica

    So it’s in the oven right now, I can’t wait to try it. I did try a large pinch of the crumble (without cooking it, yes I eat raw cookie dough and cake batter) it’s so yummy! I had to stop myself from a huge spoonful! I’m not going to lie, I left some in the bowl when scooping it on the top so I could eat it on the way to the sink! Mmm it’s starting to smell divine in here!

  • Phyllis

    LOVE this recipe! THANKS!

  • tami

    I am using a pineapple cake mix and using pineapple chunks. I am not a peach fan so here I go.

  • Jess

    Could I use a gluten free Betty Crocker yellow cake mix instead and follow the recipe the same with the same results?

    • Rachel Schultz

      Yes!

  • co

    This sounds sooooo yummy! Thanks for sharing!

  • Lela

    I have this in the oven right now got the recipe off Pinterest…it looks Delish, and after reading all the comments I am sure it will be. I did add an extra can of peaches didn’t look peachy enough for me. My crust crumbled just fine and I melted my butter a little so it was 1/2 way liquid 1/2 solid…it worked fine. I can’t wait to serve it to the family tonight. Thanks for the recipe, I will have to check out others here on your blog, I love a recipe that doesn’t cost much to make, is easy, and good!!

    ~Lela~

  • Jasmin

    I am wondering how far in advance can I make this? If I am bringing it to a lunch, can I make it the night before or should I make it the morning of? Thanks :)

    • Rachel Schultz

      I would recommend the day of. It could be refrigerated, but it’s ideal to serve it warm.

      • Jasmin

        Ok thank you :)

  • Jeni Kelly

    Made this waiting to cool. Would also use more peaches. I would mix the peaches w/cream cheese mixture (easier to top crumble topping)

  • Brittany

    Mine didn’t crumble, any suggestions?

  • Heather Gladd

    I made this! Forgot to prevalent the crust , so I just added time at the end and broiled to get a golden color for a few seconds. Thanks for the recipe!!!!

  • lupe meza

    anxious to try this….making it today…:-) thanks…

  • Anonymous

    How long did you bake crust b4 adding peaches?
    Anxious to try.
    Kathy

    • Rachel Schultz

      10 minutes.

  • Andrea

    I came across this via Pinterest and I’m so glad that I did. I made this last night and it was so good! My husband adored it, and had seconds and my 7 year old daughter asked for it for breakfast this morning. Haha. Thanks for the easy and delicious recipe. I will definitely make it again…and soon, if my husband has his way.

  • Anna

    Thanks for sharing !!!! We loved the cobbler. Going to try other fruits.

  • RacyLynn

    I just made this and it smells divine! Thank you for the recipe!
    I added crushed pecans to the top of mine for the second 30 minute baking time! :)

  • Leena Napier

    I have been dying to try this recipe, since I first saw it on pinterest.
    It’s in the oven now! I am sure it will be the best pach cobbler ever!

  • Kathy

    I tried your cobbler tonight, My parents were eating with us so I had to improvise, I used a Sugar Free Yellow cake mix and Splenda Brown sugar and added cinnamon, I will add a little more liquid next time as mine was a little dry but it had a fabulous taste. Thanks for the recipe,,,,it’s definitely a do over.

  • Randi

    This is truly is the best peach cobbler I have ever had! My roommates ask me to make it all the time now lol and it is so easy to put together, the only thing I had a problem with was over mixing the cake mix with the butter and egg, my butter was too soft and it didn’t stay in crumble form so I kinda had to spread the 1/2 cup crumbs onto the cream cheese layer, so annoying but that was my fault so just be careful! Otherwise it was AMAZING!! Thank you for sharing:)

    • Rachel Schultz

      That’s great. You’re welcome!

      • Randi

        I made it last night with a White cake mix and cherry pie filling and it was delish! As u can see I’m a little obsessed with this recipe but it’s so simple and good I love anything I can plop ice cream on top of lol.

  • Alesha King

    Well I bought all the ingredients to make this tonight, so I’m excited to try it!

  • Jackie

    Is the liquid used in the peaches or drained?
    Thanks

    • Rachel Schultz

      Either way is fine. I drain mine, but others have commented they like leaving it in.

  • Heather

    I made this and it was great, but a friend offered one tip I thought I would pass along. She suggested adding a little peach or apricot brandy in with peaches to boost flavor. I think I will be trying that next time. :-)

    • Dee

      I added peach schnapps….divine!

  • peppy

    Made this tonight it was easy and tasted wonderful husband loved it, I used strawberries, did you melt your butter or just let it come to room temp,I melted mine and it ascent as crumble as it looked in pic but still turned out great thanks, will make this again

    • Rachel Schultz

      I let mine come to room temp. Glad it worked out!

      • Wow oh wow…..this is OUTSTANDING!!!! Easy and yummy…what more could you want??? Thank you for the post!!!!!

        • I did mine at room temp also…it look just like the picture.

  • Dwayne

    How about topping it with chopped pecans and touch of cinnamon while baking, skip the sugar, makes a good crusty topping. I will try the extra ingredients you add sounds really good, Thanks, Dwayne

    • I am going to try Dwaynes Idea….sounds yummy!

  • Natalie M

    Cobbler in the oven now! Pefect treat to celebrate Valentine’s Day!

  • Cathy

    Thxs for the recipe! I am not a cook/ baker of any kind. This was so super easy and it turned out great! My family loved it. I will try with a white cake mix and other kinds of fruit.

    • Rachel Schultz

      You’re welcome. That’s great to hear. Keep cooking! :)

  • Felicia Nowak

    I made this last night for a group of 19. I doubled the recipe and it was a huge hit!

    • Rachel Schultz

      Great! Wow, I’m impressed by cooking for that big a crowd.

  • Pam

    Can you use white cake mix instead? I’m afraid to try.

    • tricia

      I bet it would turn out fine. It’d taste slightly different but it’d still be good. I tried this tonight. My family loved it. I accidentally put 2 eggs in the crust so it wasn’t exactly crumbly and I only used 15 oz of peaches. That’s what I get for not reading the instructions. Still mighty tasty but I’ll make sure to follow th directions next time.

    • Rachel Schultz

      Yes, it’d still work.

  • Tammy Hale

    This was great! Made my husband smile!!

  • Laura M

    I can’t find the printer friendly button on this post?

    • Rachel Schultz

      It is green and gray, next to the other social media buttons.

  • Kat

    Okay, this is going to sound really stupid, but if you don’t have yellow cake mix at home and still want to make it?

  • myra

    First off this recipe really is fantastic I just made it again with peaches and blueberries, delish! The only issue I have is that you say it serves twelve and between my fiance and dad it definitely only serves two with my mom and I getting a tiny corner haha thanks for such a yummy recipe!

    • Rachel Schultz

      I guess that’s a good sign it’s yummy! Thanks :)

  • Sarah

    Used 4cups of fresh blueberries. Turned out amazing! Bit hit! Thank you so much :)

    • Rachel Schultz

      Good to know. Thanks!

  • octaciaemiliamatos

    esta receta me facino es maribillosa super buena

  • Made this last week and OMG big hit with my family!! Making it right now they all loved it!! Thank you for sharing everyone should try this one. SO YUMMY!!

  • Does it have to be a glass dish?

    • Tammy Hale

      I used a throw away pan it worked great!!

  • I love this recipe! I used chocolate cake mix and cherry pie filling. Needless to black forest cobbler is a family fave! Also topped it with vanilla ice cream.

  • Sarah

    I’m going to make this tomorrow with fresh blueberries… About how much do I need?? Do I need to make any specific preparations for them? :)

    • Rachel Schultz

      About 4 cups fresh.

  • Patricia Cesare

    Oh Rachel, I almost forgot to thank you for the interesting recipe too!
    Off to the kitchen now…..

    Patricia Cesare

  • Nicole Lee

    I want to try the apple for my husband but considering that apples are not as juicy as peaches what can i use as a sub for the moisture?

    • Angie

      I think that apples would be fine to use. Maybe cut them up and mix together with a little sugar and cinnamon like your making a pie. I just made this and there isn’t much juice from the peaches so apples would probably be great. I might have to try that. :)

      • Anita Rose

        Try using a can or two of peach pie filling, no additional prepartion for the fruit needed as it is already to go right out of the can. Same for the apple pie fillling and the cherry or blueberry. I use canned pie filling for cobblers and pies and love it. Very tasty!

  • sharon

    Do you drain the canned fruit?

    • Rachel Schultz

      It’s optional.

  • I really enjoyed this – so very simple with a great flavor. I’ve never had the cream cheese mixture with a cobbler, yet it tastes just like a classic cobbler! I did feel like there wasn’t enough peaches when I was making it, so I added an additional 15 oz can, and when we ate the dessert I’m glad I had made the addition. Thanks for the recipe, I can see how I would use it again in the future with other combinations (I’m already kicking myself that I didn’t include some of the blueberries or blackberries that are in my freezer!).

  • This is amazing stuff. So easy to make and hands down THE BEST cobbler we’ve had. Thanks!

    • Rachel Schultz

      That’s great! Thank you.

  • Danielle Lark

    Does the butter have to be melted or room temp?

    • Anonymous

      It should be room temp, so it sticks and makes it a little crumbly.

  • Nicole J

    OMG this is AMAZING!!!!!!!! My kids were drooling for it while it was baking!!! :) So easy!

  • Joan Hughes

    This little darlin is in the oven right now. My hubby loves his sweets and I always make cobbler with pie crust. This is really going to make him smile. It smells amazing. Thanks for this recipe.

    • Rachel Schultz

      You’re welcome! Sounds great.

  • Hi Rachel,

    I stumbled upon another one of your recipes on Pinterest again and decided to give it a try! It was super delicious and it got flying colors! :) You can read the entire review on our page at http://www.2girlsandapin.com/2-girls-and-a-pin-peach-cobbler/

    Thank you again for an awesome recipe! I LOVE your blog! <3

    Happy holidays,

    Jelena

    • Rachel Schultz

      Cool! Thanks, Jelena.

    • Patricia Cesare

      Hi Jelena,
      Thanks so much for the connection to 2girlsandapin.
      Nice to get their reviews all in one place. I started to follow them thanks to you!
      Now off to make this cobbler wanna be :)
      I am going to change the up the topping a bit.
      Use more than 1/2 cup, add some oatmeal, nuts, and cinnamon.
      Will post my results later.

      Patricia

  • But how do you have peach cobbler without cinnamon???!!!!

    • Jessica

      I did question that silently, also…you must be a southerner like myself!

  • Carol

    So so very good used a little brown sugar with topping on top we didn’t wait for it to cool thanks for a great recipe

    • Rachel Schultz

      You’re welcome!

  • Linette

    Can I use cherry pie filling with this recipe?

    • Rachel Schultz

      Sure can!

  • Tiara Atkins

    S0o0o0o0o I made this for tomorrow, Thanksgiving, and I tasted it just to make sure I wasn’t bringing anything gross…. THIS WAS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO GOOD !!! AMAZING ! And it was easy, great for people just starting to bake :)

    • Rachel Schultz

      Yay! That’s great to hear.

  • Falcon

    We made the crust to doughy …. :(. Now we are waiting to see how it comes out. … Next time we will try to keep it to crumbly…

  • Anita Rose

    I can’t eat cheese…is there something else I can use or leave the cheese out altogether? This looks sooooo good and I love peach cobbler.

    Thanks!!!

    • kim

      I make one with any fruit pie filling in bottom of dish (2 cans), then cover fruit with yellow cake mix and cut up a stick of butter on top then bake at 350 degrees until golden brown. Serve with ice cream. It is great.

  • Jessica Leavitt

    Has anyone tried this recipe in a Dutch oven??

  • Hilary

    Always looking for a good cobbler recipe since my dad loves it! He is my taste tester so I’ll have to try this out next time I go home. Sounds like a winner to me!

    • Rachel Schultz

      Tell me what he thinks!

      xo
      rach

  • Susan W

    I just made this for my family, and the entire thing was gone before it even cooled off. I used 3 granny smith and 2 fuji apples. I also sprinkled the apples with cinnamon before I put the toppings on them, and increased the bake time to 50 minutes. The apples still had a firm texture without being crisp. YUM!

    • Rachel Schultz

      Great adaption! Good to know too.

      xo
      rach

  • Casey

    We had this last night and it was so good!! I had some today (cold) and it was almost like a peach cobbler/cheesecake square and that was delicious! My husband says he thinks it is better than regular peach cobbler and that is saying a lot:)

    • Rachel Schultz

      Wonderful! So glad to hear it!

      xo
      rach

    • Susan W

      I just made this for my family, and the entire thing was gone before it even cooled off. I used 3 granny smith and 2 fuji apples. I also sprinkled the apples with cinnamon before I put the toppings on them, and increased the bake time to 50 minutes. The apples still had a firm texture without being crisp. YUM!

  • This looks great, thanks for taking the time to write the post and photograph it too!

    • Rachel Schultz

      You’re very welcome, Nancy! thanks.

      xo
      rach

  • Chelsea

    I have this in the oven right now, except I used cherry pie filling instead of peaches and almond extract instead of vanilla. It looks and smells fantastic so far! The only thing is I wish I would have reserved more than just half a cup of crumble for the topping. Now I know for next time!

    • Chelsea

      The bottom was completely burnt when I took it out :( if I make it again I won’t bake the bottom crust first

  • Anonymous

    This is for sure the best cobbler I’ve ever had and the best all my co-workers have had too!!! Amazing:)

  • How many grams is the yellow cake mix, as they vary, depending on the brand you buy. This recipe sounds very interesting. I will try it with sliced apples. Many thanks

  • Jodi

    This is very similar to a dump cake recipe I make. Try mixing the pineapple with canned pie cherries! It’s wonderful!

  • Debra

    This is not only the best peach cobbler I’ve ever had but it is the BEST BEST BEST recipe from pinterest that I’ve ever had. Oh yeah it is THAT good.

  • We have been looking for an awesome apple cobbler recipe. Do you think this will work as well with fresh apples?

    • I’ve never tried it, but I’m interested to know too. Definitely, maybe. If you try it let me know how it goes :)

      xo
      rach

  • Ina

    Do you use the juice or drain the peaches?

    • I drain them!

      xo
      rach

      • Tina

        I made this and it was delicious, but just a little dry, still good. I drained the peaches, do you think it would be ok to use a little of the juice to keep it from quit as dry. Thanks for the recipe it is wonderful

        • Rachel Schultz

          Yes, I think that’d work fine.

          • Tammy Hale

            I left the juice in it worked great!

  • amy

    Oh my! Just made with frozen mixed fruit, peaches strawberries and mango! Delish!

  • Jill K.

    I made this tonight and it was “best ever”! Easy and soooo good. However I did double the cake mix part so I could have more of the crumb mix on top (maybe I used the wrong size pan).

    • Great idea! The crumble is super yummy. So glad to hear you thought it lived up to the title :)

      xo
      rach

  • Anonymous

    How many fresh peahes would it take?

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the fabulous recipes!

  • Anonymous

    sounds wonderful . I’m going to make this.

  • Once again, you show me a winner. I followed the link from your chicken recipe and made this to use up some of the peaches from my tree. Divine!

    • That’s wonderful to hear! I seriously love this cobbler. It rocks. Thanks!

      love,
      rach

  • Liz

    Just cooked this for my family tonight. THANK YOU. It was incredibly delicious and filling. This has been branded in my recipe book forever. Again, thank you so much for posting this!

  • Dana

    My mother made something similar when we were growing up except she just used two cans of apple pie filling, one box of butter cake mix and a stick of butter. Pour the apple (or whatever canned fruit you prefer) into 9X13 in pan and cover with dry cake mix. Melt the butter and drizzle over cake mix. Cook @ 350 for about 20 minutes. Delicious. Sometimes she would add cinnamon over the apples and sometimes pecan pieces in the melted butter. However, I am going to give yours a try because anything with cream cheese is a winner!

    • I’m loving that variation! It reminds me of a recipe I’ve seen going aroudn on Pinterest too. Something with cake mix and 7up to make a cobbler. Hope this one doesn’t disappoint! Thanks for your comment.

      Love,
      rach

  • Kristen

    Blueberries and pineapple make a great combo. I make something very similar and it is soooo tasty!

    • Interesting… I’ve never tried those together. But I think you’ve convinced me! Thanks for the suggestion! I’m kind of itching to make this cobbler again, anyway.

      Love,
      Rach

      • Tena

        I bet blueberries and lemon pie filling would be yummy too.

  • I’ve made this, but my kids prefer it with pineapple, and it’s fabulous. I’ve also made it with blackberries, and lemon pie filling, lol, it’s so versatile!

    • Absolutely! I had thought of other fruits, but not PINEAPPLE. How delicious. Great idea; thanks for sharing.

      love,
      rach

  • glamorous glutton

    What is yellow cake mix? If I could work out what it is I could give this a go, perfect for summer. GG

    • By yellow cake mix I mean any store-bought cake mix. Vanilla or yellow cake works great.

      love,
      Rach

  • I am so happy to see this recipe. The peaches on my tree are ripe for picking this week! Thanks

  • Patty

    Perfect timing…I have to take a dessert on Wednesday evening to a function and sounds like this will be a hit!

    • Great! Hope it goes over well. I think it will : )

      love,
      Rach

      • Patty

        Everyone at church tonight loved this recipe! Wonderful that fresh peaches are plentiful now. Yum! Thanks!

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