Take advantage of the seasons fresh peaches with this recipe for Crock-Pot Easy Peach Cobbler which is so simple to make and tastes amazing plain or served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream! The perfect summer dessert!
Crock-Pot Easy Peach Cobbler
I first made Crock-Pot Easy Peach Cobbler back in 2012 for my Mother whose health was poor. I had traveled back to Utah with my children to spend about a month with her and was privileged to make dinner for her each night and this was something she thoroughly enjoyed.
We have a deep love for peaches, as my parents had a peach tree that we canned the fruit from each year. When her father would travel out to see her he always needed to go see that peach tree each time and see how it was growing.
I now own my own peach tree and we have managed to can fruit from it for some years (Kansas weather is a bit more wild than Utah so it’s more hit or miss…and did I mention Japanese Beetles **shudder**).
My children also loved this slow cooker peach cobbler too…although I suspect my youngest liked the vanilla ice cream the most.
This recipe uses frozen peaches that you have either frozen yourself, or you can find in the freezer section at the grocery store. These will have far less sugar than canned peaches, and being frozen they will cook for the appropriate time without burning. You can also use fresh peaches and the cooking time will be the same.
I used a smaller 4 quart Crock-Pot with this recipe, if you are using a larger Crock-Pot I would probably double the recipe so that this doesn’t burn. You’ll want to eye ball the mixture as it may not be done at 3 1/2 hours if you double the recipe. This is fabulous after dinner but will also work well for potlucks if you want to bring something a bit different.
I might of even sneaked a little for breakfast…oatmeal and peaches totally count for breakfast right? 🙂
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