Crock Pot Peach Cobbler
Slow Cooker or Crock Pot Peach Cobbler southern dessert recipe is best served warm and topped with vanilla ice cream. It’s an easy dessert to throw in the crock pot and just let it cook. Everyone loves this!
Summer peaches are finally in season! What I love about peaches is that they are great in the summer OR the fall. I have a peach tree in my backyard and my peaches are just about ready to be picked.
Last year the deer ate them all so we are taking preventative measures this year to keep them away. It’s amazing what a motion-activated sprinkler can do for your yard! This crock pot peach cobbler is the epitome of summer today. It is truly one of the best slow cooker dessert I have ever made. I’m also partial to this Crock Pot Mixed Berry Cobbler that is so great for any season!
Here is my video with step-by-step instructions on how to making this Crock Pot Peach Cobbler:
I made this yummy dessert in my crock pot and got to smell it all day long (which was torture at times, honestly). I may or may not have dug in a couple of times with a spoon before it was finished.
This Slow Cooker or Crock Pot Peach Cobbler topped with vanilla ice cream is an easy dessert to throw in the crock pot and let it cook while you do other things. It is great for holidays for that reason! Dessert will be ready for you in a couple of hours and you don’t have to attend to it. Isn’t that just so perfect?
This crock pot peach cobbler is one of the most popular recipes on my website! Get a slow cooker here for pretty cheap if you don’t already have one – they are life savers! If you don’t have one, you can make this Pumpkin Pecan Cobbler right in the oven and it is just as delicious.
This cobbler is also great for the holidays because you can throw all of the ingredients in the slow cooker and free up your oven for all of the other food! Once it’s done cooking, you can put it on the “warm” setting and keep it there until you and your company are ready for dessert. Cobbler recipes are kind of the best, aren’t they?
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- ¾ cup uncooked old-fashioned oats
- ⅔ cup packed brown sugar
- ¾ cup granulated sugar
- ½ cup biscuit baking mix
- ¾ teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 5 fresh peaches, peeled and sliced*
- Grease WELL the inside of 3 or 4-quart slow cooker.
- In a bowl, combine sugars, baking mix, oats and cinnamon.
- Stir in peaches and spoon into slow cooker.
- Cover and cook on low for 3 hours.
- Serve warm and top with vanilla ice cream!
This looks delicious!! I don’t see any liquids in your ingredients. Did you use any?
Thanks for your comment, Kalani! No, I did not use any liquid in this recipe and it turned out great 🙂
Can you use canned peaches?
I have never tried it with canned, but I don’t see why not! 🙂
Can u use nutmeg and how many cans of peaches you use like ounces
I made this last night with fresh peaches I bought at the orchard and it was yummmmy. Thanks for the recipe 🙂
Thank you for coming back to tell me! I’m so glad you liked it! 🙂 🙂
How do u blanch peaches??
Hi Tanika! This is the instructions I followed 🙂 http://www.ehow.com/how_2282509_blanch-peaches.html
This looks so delicious! I plan on making it this weekend for a pool party. What I’d like to know is how many servings is this? I want to make sure I make enough. 🙂
Hi, Rona! I’d say it serves about 5-6 depending on serving size 🙂 I always make extra just in case!
Do you think you have to drain the canned peaches? Just wondering if there will be too much liquid.
Yes, if you used canned peaches I would recommend draining them first. Thanks for stopping by, Annisha!
Did you use regular oats or quick cook?
Hi, Jessica – I just used the regular old-fashioned oats.
What did you use to grease the crockpot?
Hey Angel! I just used cooking spray (canola oil or something like that). I’ve also used “Pam”.
What type of biscuit mix did you use. Also my crock pot has settings
4-6 hours high and 8-10 hrs low any suggestions on that?
Hey, Maelena! I used Bisquick. Also, if you cooked this on low for 6 hours it would be way overdone and probably burn. Is there any way to set it for the right time in the directions? Otherwise, I’d do it when you are going to be home so that you can shut off the crock pot when it’s done 🙂
Do you think anything could be substituted for the biscuit baking mix (which I assume is bisquick??)?
Hey, Ryann! I found this link that tells you how to substitute Bisquick. http://www.ehow.com/how_8390864_substitute-bisquick.html Hope that helps!
My new name for this recipe is “Perfectly Peachy Porridge.” (Accidentally cooked it for 4 1/2 hours.) It is sooo easy and delicious!! No ice cream needed!
I’m glad you liked it! I love the new name 🙂
This sounds yummy and easy! Peach Cobbler is one of my favorite desserts!
Thanks, MaryBeth! I appreciate your nice comment and you stopping by 🙂
Ashley, I’m retired and trying new things. Call me ” chef Boy ar Dee. I will try this, this week.
haha thanks, Paul! So glad you stopped by 🙂
Yum! I’m running out to buy the peaches now. I can’t wait to try this recipe! Thanks.
Great! Let me know how you like it, Kathy!
Just wanted to know if you can use Blueberries
I’m sure it would work well with any fruit!
If the peaches are nice and ripe, you can just about peel the skin off. I have some fresh freestone peaches from the Farmer’s market and the skin come right off without blanching.
That’s good to know! Thank you, Joel!
Can I use quick cooking oats?
You can they just might cook faster and be more mushy…but I bet they would work 🙂
I trying this right now I we post if my family like it. I’m always looking for crockpot ideas. Thank you and God Bless
I hope you like it Wendy! God bless you, too!
How long to cook if you double everything?
Tim, you shouldn’t need anymore extra time if you are doubling it. Most of the time, the cooking time is the same whether the pot is full or half empty. Only when it comes to cooking meat in the crock pot should you need to add an hour or so onto the cooking time so that the meat reaches the safe temperature.
Can I double the recipe?
I’m sorry I never saw this Jamie – YES you can!
Just made this delicious cobbler … best I’ve ever made, I used canned peaches, drained. I’m sensitive when it comes to peaches…. this is a very good recipe, a keeper for sure!!
Lisa, thank you soo much!! I really appreciate you coming back to tell me and I’m so glad you liked it 🙂
I made this the other night and it was a big hit! Wondering if this could be made with apples or cherries?
Amy, thanks for coming back to tell me! I’m sure you can substitute any fruit..I don’t see why not 🙂
If using canned peaches what is the correct amount?
One pound of canned peaches is equal to approximately three medium peaches (I had to google that) 🙂 . I would use one and 3/4 pounds of the canned peaches (I think the cans are about a pound each). And drain them well before putting them in the crock pot!
Can I use Bisquick pancake mix instead?
YES – that is precisely what I used 🙂
Does it matter if it is light or dark brown sugar?
Hi Lori! No it doesn’t – it’s just a matter of preference and won’t really make a difference at all 🙂
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Wow ! This looks SOOO good. Thanks for sharing 🙂
Thank you, Kat!!
The slow cooker I have doesn’t say low. It’s warm, 200,250,300,350, and 400. I put it on 250 hope it works.
That should be fine!
I’m so glad to find a good crock pot recipe, that I’ll use over and over. I love peach cobbler so much, and haven’t been making it because of all the margarine my recipe calls for.
What size crockpot did you use? Mine is a 7 qt. and I was wondering if I should double the recipe. I am dying to try this recipe it sounds yummmmmy!
Mine was 5 qt so I would definitely double it so it doesn’t burn! Thanks, Martha!
Thank you…..we were just waiting to find out, now we can make it…..soooo looking forward to this.
Thanks for stopping by my blog! 🙂
How much Bisquick n my crockpot only has low and high n i think warm but I’m always home during the week n if i use can peaches if i use the big can how many
Do you think you could use frozen peaches? I have a bag in the freezer that needs used. I love peach cobbler and slow cookers, so am definitely making this. Oh, I don’t have any Bisquick!
I can’t say for sure as I’ve never used frozen peaches for this recipe!
Do you have to use oats? My family cannot eat them.
Leaving out the oats would definitely change the texture of this cobbler a lot, but you can try it!
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After I blanch my peaches, I use my Pampered Chef Apple Slicer to slice the peaches. It makes quick work of it and the core part removes the pits.
Can I use apples instead of peaches?
Any fruit will work fine!
Hi. I was looking through the recipe and I really like this Crock pot peach cobbler. I was wondering if I can use granola instead of the oats?
It would change the recipe a lot and probably make it crunchier but it’s worth a try 🙂
i like to cook this recipe any day of the week
If using frozen peaches, do you have to thaw them first or can you use them frozen?
Just add them in frozen!
Another question sorry, do you just cover it with the lid or do you put a paper towel. I wasn’t sure if the topping would become soggy with all the steam/condensation.
No problem! Ask as many questions as you want 🙂 I definitely use the lid…just don’t lift it mid-cooking as that’s when I seem to find a problem with condensation. You can always leave the lid off toward the end to “dry” things up if there’s a problem.
Hi. Is there really no liquid added to this?
Yes. No liquid!
I have a small crockpot, not sure how many cups or quarts it is. My question is how much does the peach cobbler raise? And 5 medium peaches would be say, 2 regular cans, how many cups would that be? Kind of difficult to write this because the purple pop-up Contact me gets in the way of writing
The contents shouldn’t fill the crock pot more than 3/4 full! Hope that helps 🙂
I substituted splenda and it worked just fine
Awesome. Thanks for letting us know!
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How many cups of fruit should you end up with after slicin fruit. For example, with rhubarb how much
I would say around 4 cups of fruit.
Thank u for sharing your recipe..It was soo good. Everyone enjoyed it. I added the smallest pinch of vanilla and almond abstract, just because that’s what my mom puts in hers that she makes from scratch……delish!
I’m so glad you loved it!! Thank you for taking the time to come back and let me know!
Has anyone tried using frozen peaches??
Peach Cobbler was fantastic , made with fresh peaches and added a twist.
added one cap full of Peach Schnapps and wow, made it little more elegant
and topped with fresh made whipping cream. Don’t want to know the calorie
We had a Ham, scalloped pots with it with three dif cheeses and brusprouts
then this fab dessert. Come winter will use frozen or canned and becomming a staple in our
Going to try strawberry, ruh next. You and I are very popular in our home!!!
Thanks so much for sharing this FAB. dessert. Jackie and family.
ok let me get this straight you add the peaches on top of the Bisquick ? Or the peaches go on the bottom then Bisquick on top of peaches ?
Hi Donna! Mix them right in (not on top, or bottom). Hope that helps! 🙂
Back to the question about the order the peaches go in….are you staying that you’re supposed to stir the peaches into the dry crumble mixture and then cook the 3 hrs?
Hi Michelle! Yes, that is correct 🙂
I’m doubling the recipe. Should I use my 4.5 quart or my 7 quart crock do you think?
Try the 7!
What would be the approximate amount of five peaches in cups? My husband loves cherry cobbler so I would like to use cherries. If I do, would I need to add anything else, such as sugar? Could I use cherry pie filling?
I love cobbler, and this recipe sounded so yummy. I used frozen peaches instead of fresh, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly as written. I have no idea what happened, but this turned out to be a strange peach soup. After 3 hours on low, the oats were still not cooked, and there was a lot of liquid (I did not add any additional liquid). I tried cooking it longer, increasing the temperature, etc., but it was still a soupy mix. It looked nothing like the picture on the recipe page (not that I expect something I cook to turn out 100%, but this is a rather simple recipe). I have no idea if the slow cooker I used is different than other slow cookers or if something else went wrong. We tried the dish anyway because I figured that with sugar, cinnamon, and peaches, it would at least taste good, but the flavor wasn’t appealing. Based on the majority of really positive comments here, I assume that I either did something wrong or my slow cooker wasn’t the right one to use. Fortunately, we had really good vanilla ice cream waiting, so we heated some dark chocolate sauce and had that as the dessert. The evening wasn’t a total loss!
This must be because of the excess moisture that frozen fruit holds – I’ve never made this with frozen peaches before. Next time I would defrost them and drain all that liquid out before adding to the crock pot. Sorry this didn’t work out for you!!
Win some, lose some, Ashley! I am not much of a cook, so I’m usually not surprised when something doesn’t turn out right. *grin* Happy holidays!
I love trying new recipes, and I just knew this one would be a hit. Didn’t happen. Unfortunately I had to use canned peaches, and yes I did drain them. However, the flavor wasn’t there and it did not turn out anything like your picture. lol I had to throw it out. Bummed. Maybe I’ll give it another shot with fresh peaches…hopefully that’ll make a difference.
What a fabulous recipe that I don’t need to watch over! I need to try this soon!
Wondering if you could add a nut like pecans or walnuts?
Hi Molly. Yes- you can. I would add them at the end though so they don’t get soggy. That sounds good!!
Hi Ashley, I have made this recipe before and it was a hit- but I have recently moved and left a lot of my things in my storage unit including my dessert crockpot. Can I make this in the oven? And if so, at what temp and for how long?
Can I use a crock pot liner or does it need to be greased? BTW, I’ve never had a disappointing recipe from you – thanks for all the new dishes!
Can I use a crock pot liner or does it need to be greased? BTW, I’ve never had a disappointing recipe from you – thanks for all the new dishes!
And I’m pre-rating it! I know it will be great!