Peach Cobbler Recipe

Did you know today  is “National Peach Cobbler Day?” I didn’t until a few days ago and I couldn’t be happier. I’ve been making and eating peach cobbler ever since I can remember. My mom or grandmother made it often and they used a peach cobbler recipe that’s so simple they’d let me help. All I had to do was grab the recipe box and count down the seconds until the fun baking times happened.

I don’t know about you, but helping in the kitchen was a big deal. It gave me confidence and sparked my creativity not to mention the fun times we had while baking. I don’t know what happened to my grandmother’s recipe box when she died but I would love to have it now. It would be worth its weight in gold and I am sure it would bring back great memories with each recipe.

Peach Cobbler Recipe | The Bearfoot Baker

Do you have childhood memories that were created in the kitchen? Did you get to bake with your mom or grandma? If you do, are you going to carry on the fun with your kids and grandkids? I’m working on a plan for my grandkids and it will begin with National Peach Cobbler Day. It’s going to be added to the list of days we need to celebrate because who doesn’t love a good peach cobbler?

How cute would it be to make individual peach cobbles for each kid so they could eat the entire bowl with a little bit of vanilla ice cream? Maybe we can all wish for a National Peach Ice Cream day because anything peach needs to be celebrated!

Happy “National Peach Cobbler Day!” Now use this recipe for your family and neighbors. They will love ya for it.

Here are a few more peach cobbler recipes for this great holiday:
Paula Deen: Peach Cobbler
Taste of Home: Cherry Peach Cobbler Recipe
Allrecipes: Southern Peach Cobbler

Peach Cobbler Recipe:

Peach Cobbler Recipe | The Bearfoot Baker

Peach Cobbler Recipe

An old-fashioned southern-style peach cobbler recipe that is sure to become your favorite. It is delicious served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
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  • 1-29 oz can of peaches with the juice
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 1 cup of self-rising flour
  • 1 stick of butter melted
  • 1/2 cup milk


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Pour peaches with the juice in the bottom of a 9 x 13 baking pan and set aside. Mix sugar, flour, butter, and milk in a medium bowl. Pour over the peaches and bake at 350 degrees until it is golden brown for about 45-55 minutes.

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