Dutch Oven Peach Cobbler

Total Time:
50 min
5 min
45 min

10 servings

  • 2 (16-ounce) cans sliced peaches in heavy or light syrup, or in fruit juice, your choice
  • 1 pint fresh blueberries, optional
  • 1/2 cup baking mix (recommended: Bisquick)
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • Ground cinnamon
  • Topping:
  • 2 1/4 cups baking mix (recommended: Bisquick)
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter, melted
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • Cinnamon sugar (1/4 cup sugar combined with 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon; store in an empty spice shaker jar; shake well before each use)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

Spray a Dutch oven with vegetable oil cooking spray

Drain 1 can of the peaches. Combine both cans of peaches, including the juice from the undrained can, the blueberries, if using, the baking mix, sugar, and a sprinkling of cinnamon. Place this mixture into the Dutch oven.

To make the topping: Combine the biscuit mix, sugar, butter, and milk in a resealable plastic bag. Drop bits of dough, using your fingers, on top of the peaches. Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar.

Place the Dutch oven into the preheated oven and bake for 45 minutes, until the top is golden brown and crusty.

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    I changed the recipe a little............ but my family enjoyed it very much, Instead of can peaches we used about 6-8 cups of fresh peaches with the blueberries. I didn't use any juice, and it came out nice and juicy anyway. The reason was I never added the 1/2 cup baking mix in the Ingredients. (ONLY IN THE TOPPING. 
    I also just spead the topping all over the top instead of what she suggested. Came out awesome!
    So Simple! This is what easy baking is all about! Love it!
    Delicious and easy to make. Add a scoop of good vanilla ice cream & it's near perfection.
    This was very good and will definitely make it again. I agree tho that the topping be halved and more peaches with all the juice be used. I liked the blueberries in it and had to bake it for an extra 10 minutes or so. But with these tweeks it is a keeper.
    I made this for the first time, but substututed apples in liue of blueberries! My family loved it! Super easy to make, great flavors! Added vanilla ice cream to the top and it was a huge hit with my kids!
    Husband, daughter and myself really enjoyed. Didn't realize I only had enough ice cream for one. Gave it up to husband. The only thing I would do different is, I use fresh peaches, is cut them up and mix in the sugar before hand and let sit for an hour to get more juice and then mix in the remaining ingredients for the top part of the recipe.
    I use two cans with juice and cut the topping part in half. Worked out pretty good. I like it.
    deffinaltly need the juice from both cans of peaches. A 9x12 pan might work better too that way the is less crust on top of each serving. Did really like it the way the receipe tells to fix it but could be geat if the container was bigger so there was a little less crust int he serving
    Awful. Tasted like a biscuit covered peach. Dry and not good flavor. Will go back to my old recipe
    eh...it was ok, a little to bready for me.
    I made it today and I thought it was terrible. It tasted very artificial, I guess since I've never used Bisquick, I'm not used to that taste. My guests didn't like it either. I was very disappointed.
    This was AWESOME!!! Perfect recipe!!
    First cobbler I've made that actually turned out. I'm no baker and dislike "kitchen work" but found this very easy. After reading reviews complaining about cobbler ending up dry, I did add an extra can of peaches WITH the syrup undrained. It was a good choice. I found the application of the top layer of dough to be rather messy and may just try mixing it up in a bowl next time. Love the blueberries and what they add to the dish! I'd be more generous with the cinn/sugar mixture sprinkled on top next time. I did have to add 15 minutes to the baking time go get the dough done. I'll be sticking to this recipe, after adding my changes.
    love it everyone in the family went for seconds!! great recipe the blueberries make it wonderful!
    Love this recipe! I taught my granddaughters to make this, they love it with homemade ice cream!
    This recipe is excellent. I made one change, I baked mine in a 9x13 glass dish. Turned out great! I might try using 3 cans of peaches next time. It's great with ice cream, too!
    Overall, it was yummy. Would make one change-- I like my cobbler filling to have more liquid, so I will be adding more milk next time; it seemed like the biscuit mix absorbed all of it. Very good, though!
    Very easy and very delicious- perfect with vanilla ice cream!
    Super easy and yummy
    I tried this in my dutch oven out side on a camp out it was awesome.
    Ive been making this recipe since it first came up, a few yrs ago. This is one of my husbands favorite cobblers. So easy to make. I always add a couple of my own ingredients to anything I make, but with this recipe doesnt require any extras. I do double the batch so it could last a little longer. We always have it warm with homemade whipped cream or vanilla bean ice cream.

    ???? This is awesome, love Paula Deen ????
    I baked it in a covered casserole 10 minutes longer covered & 5 minutes uncovered, and it was still doughy in the middle. Liked the taste but need to re-work the cooking time. Don't eliminate any blueberries! They really make it special.
    This was amazing!! My husband and kids loved it. I will definitely be making it again. YUMMMMMMMMY
    While the sexiness and ease of this dish can't be missed. A few hints that might help - If you are using the larger sized oven you will want to double the filling portion recipe. While it comes out good as is - the extra filling gives it some real depth to the dish! Caveat - this is best served shortly out of the oven - so mix it up and pop it in just before you serve your meal so it hot and bubbly for dessert. 
    For those gluten free - the new lines of gluten free baking mix work with this dish as well! 
    Likes others - this is a "go to" anytime dish!
    OMG!! I have finally found the perfect cobbler recipe. I served this as dessert for new year's dinner and my guests absolutely loved it. Next time I will probably lighten up on the blueberries. They seem to over-power the peach flavor. I also had to bake it a bit longer than 45 minutes to cook the dough completely. Nevertheless, this will be my "go-to" cobbler recipe from now on!
    This recipe is fantastic! I have been using it for the last 3 months now, and everyone that tries it loves it. First of all, I substitute bisquick for flour. I add a splash of OJ to the filling and drizzle the crust with a small amount of honey right before taking it out of the oven. This is by far the easiest cobbler to make and appeals to many different palates. I do recommend fresh fruit over canned. Vanilla Bean ice cream makes this cobbler really stand out!  
    I have been making this cobbler since finding the recipe in 2008, its a family favorite!! Very easy to make with or without a dutch oven!
    I just made this an hour ago. It turn out just good. I think the blueberries over shadow the peaches. Do not put in the whole pint. Just half or omit all together. I added ginger and lemon juice, just a pinch and a couple of drops to the cobbler. Topping was perfect for it because the cobbler part is very wet before cooking. Turns out very creamy.
    This is the first recipe I've tried from Paul Deen that I did not like. I followed the receipe exactly, but the center of the cobbler was like raw dough even though I cooked it 10 more minutes that receipe called for. There was no juice at all in the peaches - much too dry for a cobbler in my opinion. Sorry, Paula, will not be making this again.
    I put this whole dish together in less than 15 min. I cannot believe how easy it is. And I get to use my fresh blueberries from Maine.. yum!!! Thank you Paula!!
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