Take advantage of the seasons fresh peaches with this recipe for Crock-Pot Easy Peach Cobbler. This cobbler is super simple to make and tastes amazing plain or served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. The perfect summer dessert!
Slow Cooker Easy Peach Cobbler
I first made this peach cobbler recipe back in 2012 for my mother whose health was poor. I traveled back to Utah with my children to spend a month with her and was privileged to make dinner for her each night. Something she thoroughly enjoyed.
Growing up, my mom had a peach tree at her childhood home. And they all canned peaches every summer from that tree. As an adult, when my grandfather would travel to see my mom he had to see that old peach tree. Just to check up on it and see how it was growing.
I now have my own peach tree growing in my backyard. And my family loves to can and freeze the peaches most years. However, Kansas weather is a bit more wild that Utah. So it can be a bit more hit or miss with how our tree produces.
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 slow cooker with this recipe, if you are using a larger slow cooker 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? 🙂
Crock-Pot Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe
- 1 ⅛ cup Brown Sugar (light or dark)
- ¾ cup Old Fashioned Rolled Oats
- ¾ cup All-Purpose Flour
- ⅜ teaspoon Salt
- ½ teaspoon Ground Cinnamon
- ½ teaspoon Ground Nutmeg
- ½ teaspoon Ground Allspice
- ½ cup Unsalted Butter (divided)
- 20 ounces Peaches (frozen or fresh)
- In a large mixing bowl; combine together all of the dry ingredients.
- Add 6 tablespoons of the melted butter to the dry mixture and combine until it resembles coarse crumbs.
- Using the 2 remaining tablespoons of butter, butter the sides and bottom of a 3.5 or 4 quart slow cooker.
- Add 1/4 of the dry ingredient mixture to the bottom of the slow cooker and spread evenly in a single layer.
- Add the peaches to the large mixing bowl that contains the remaining dry ingredient mixture and toss to coat the peaches in the mixture.
- Pour contents of the bowl into the slow cooker and spread evenly.
- Cover and cook on LOW for 3 to 3 to 3 1/2 hours.
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Lady Heidi says
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I just love all the recipes these ladies do. They are all wonderful, this one is especially yummy! So easy to prepare and I do love the crockpot for wonderful flavor, so much better than store bought from a freezer shelf.
Crock-Pot Ladies says
Thanks Mary for the kind words. I am so glad you enjoyed this Peach Cobbler recipe!
Martha Douds says
Do you need to thaw frozen peaches or can you add from frozen state and if so do you need to add more flour or cornstarch? Have you used canned peaches, drained? Bad idea?
Crock-Pot Ladies says
Hi Martha, you can use frozen peaches. I would thaw then first and drain off any excess liquid. I am sure you can use canned peaches. The flavor would still be good but the peaches might be a little mushier.
Anne Hutchings says
Concerning the rolled oats. Do you use instant or the other kind or does it matter?
Crock-Pot Ladies says
Hi Anne, I used old fashioned rolled oats in this recipe. In fact I will update the recipe to better clarify that.
Thanks for your question!