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Homemade peach cobbler is a winner at almost any dinner. With a name like WindyCityPeach, one would assume I would have a solid homemade peach cobbler recipe. And you are correct! This easy peach cobbler recipe is definitely one I can make blindfolded.
As you all know I’m a Georgia girl so naturally I am drawn to peach dessert recipes. I have made a peach bread pudding recipe which is great. The combination of peach in any dessert takes the dessert up a notch but a peach cobbler is always a winner.Jump to Recipe
Well, it is a HIGH TIME I released this recipe for Southern Homemade Peach Cobbler. And listen to ME it is GOODT. Don’t @ me! Peach cobbler is my favorite peach dessert. A lot of people like peach cobbler for just the crust. Some love peach cobbler for just the peaches and peach juice. I’m a 50/50 person. I love both the peach juice and the pie crust of the cobbler equally as much.
I use fresh homegrown Georgia peaches from Lane Peaches to make this recipe. I mention that first of all to brag, LOL but also as a forewarning that any other peach you use you may need to adjust the sugar. Because Georgia peaches are already sweet this recipe only calls for one cup. But make adjustments according to YOUR eating preferences and your sweet tooth. If you use canned peaches- adjust the sugar. That is a part of why I add lemon- the acidity cuts the sweetness.
Also, this recipe is for homemade pie crust because I showed out and made that too. Homemade pie crust isn’t mandatory for this. You can definitely use a store-bought crust for your peach dessert. That makes for an easy dessert.
Check out the video for the peach cobbler below AND check out the one for the homemade pie crust.
Homemade Southern Peach Cobbler
- 9-10 Large Fresh Peaches I used fresh GA peaches
- 1 cup butter
- Juice from Half a large lemon (would be approximately 2 tbsp)
- 1 cup white sugar
- 2 tbsp cinnamon
- 1/4 tsp ground cloves be careful this is a powerful spice
- 2 tsp vanilla extract
Before Making the Peach Cobbler
- Peel and chop the peaches leaving them in a bowl
- Add the juice from the lemon. This gives them flavor but also keeps them from browning
On the Stovetop
- Melt one cup of butter on medium heat
- Add the one cup of sugar
- Add the vanilla extract
- Add the peaches to the pot and stir
- Add the cinnamon and stir
- Reduce the heat. This allows the juices of the peach to naturally release
- Add the ground cloves
- Stir the contents together and leave the peaches on low heat and cover.
After the crust is made
- Add the peaches to the prepared dish
- Add to the oven on 425 and cook for 45 min
- The contents will be bubbling when done.
- Enjoy hot!