Peach Cobbler

Total Time:
1 hr
Prep:
15 min
Cook:
45 min

Yield:
8 to 10 servings
Level:
Easy

Ingredients
  • 4 cups peeled, sliced peaches
  • 2 cups sugar, divided
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 8 tablespoons butter
  • 1 1/2 cups self-rising flour
  • 1 1/2 cups milk
  • Ground cinnamon, optional
Directions
Watch how to make this recipe

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

Combine the peaches, 1 cup sugar, and water in a saucepan and mix well. Bring to a boil and simmer for 10 minutes. Remove from the heat.

Put the butter in a 3-quart baking dish and place in oven to melt.

Mix remaining 1 cup sugar, flour, and milk slowly to prevent clumping. Pour mixture over melted butter. Do not stir. Spoon fruit on top, gently pouring in syrup. Sprinkle top with ground cinnamon, if using. Batter will rise to top during baking. Bake for 30 to 45 minutes.

To serve, scoop onto a plate and serve with your choice of whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.


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I LOVE this recipe I make over  over I like to add a handful of blue berries and chopped walnuts also i usually have leftovet syrup from the peaches to make sweet peach tea item not reviewed by moderator and published
Turned into a mess of gelatinous goo. Yuck! And wasted my beautuful farmers market peaches! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Followed the recipe exactly. Did not rise. Wasted $15 worth of beautiful peaches. item not reviewed by moderator and published
No good. Did not rise. Needed baking powder.  item not reviewed by moderator and published
My family and I love this! The directions are very clear and easy to follow. I did substitute the fresh peaches and water for Dole peaches in the plastic jar  and used all of the juice that they come in with the one cup of sugar. I also added a teaspoon on vanilla and sprinkled a little cinnamon in my peach mixture. Additionally, I used a 13x9 glass dish versus the round quart sized dish. Turned out amazing!! If one chooses to use DelMonte peaches in the glass jar, I suggest using less sugar. Those peaches come in a light syrup, not a juice. Using a whole cup of sugar will cause the peach mixture to be too sweet. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Love it!!! It is SO buttery, thanks to Paula! XD I've made it twice in the past two weeks for different people and I'm making it again today. Note that a 3-quart baking dish is usually a 9x13 baking dish/pan. The part that took me the longest was peeling and slicing the peaches, so it's really a quick and easy recipe. The first time I made this the peaches weren't ripe but when it was baked it still tasted amazing. Everybody I make this for loves it! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Just a note. If you have all purpose flour instead of self rising, pour half the batter, then peaches, then the other half of the batter. All purpose won't rise up through the peaches. It still will taste excellent, it just won't give you the top you are looking for.  item not reviewed by moderator and published
Perfectly AWESOME!  I used brown sugar for the dough and Splenda for the peaches. Added 1t vanilla to both. Also dashed them with nutmeg and cinnamon. Baked for 30 minutes only and the crust was so crazy good...the sugar gave it a spun-sugar type crisp. I KNEW I could count on Paula to have a fabulous Southern peach cobbler. Love you girl, wherever you are! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Best peach cobbler ever! Made this yesterday for the 4th and it was a HUGE hit. For the peach mixture, I added 2 extra peaches and I used 1/2 a cup of brown sugar &amp; 1/2 a cup of granulated along with the water. As others have noted, make sure you use SELF RISING flour. NOT all purpose. Mine did take the whole 45 minutes to bake. I served with good vanilla ice cream, but I found this cobbler really didn't need it, as it was delicious by itself. Great summer dessert.<br /> item not reviewed by moderator and published
Does anyone know if you can use gluten free flour in this recipe?   item not reviewed by moderator and published
I love this recipe but I use fresh Florida Mango's right from the tree. Served warm with vanilla ice cream it is to die for.<br /> item not reviewed by moderator and published
The go to recipe for me. I used only half of the sugar and a lot more peaches. I find it that the flour doesn't rise though unlike if you follow the recipe exactly youl have more of the cake but I want it less anyway as my "healthier" version item not reviewed by moderator and published
True southern peach cobbler...fruit/crust ratio is perfect.   item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is my go to recipe for peach cobbler.  I have made it more times than I can count. It works beautifully every time, never disappointed.  It is the most requested dessert I do for summer potlucks or the occasional treat for the office. I've done it with fresh, frozen, and canned peaches as well as berries, plums, and apricots.  I have never been disappointed with this cobbler. You must follow the recipe exactly as written.  item not reviewed by moderator and published
<span>Delicious!  My 11 year old daughter and I made this and it was easy and fun to do.  We used fresh peaches.  Next time we may experiment with 1-2 cups more peaches.  Even if we didn't modify it, we thoroughly enjoyed!  Yummy!</span><br /><br /> item not reviewed by moderator and published
It was awesome  item not reviewed by moderator and published
Came out horrible! I did use self-raising flour! Not expired ingredients at all! Turned out VERY runny. I did NOT stir either as instructed. I think the listed ingredient proportions are not right! Possibly need tweaking of the recipe.<br /> item not reviewed by moderator and published
Too much dough for me. Next time I will double the peaches, only use 1 cup flower and 1 cup milk and 1 tsp. vanilla. Also going to try it with strawberries. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I have made this cobbler recipe twice using frozen peaches. The results were delicious both times. It also had a nice, golden brown appearance when it came out of the oven.  I followed the recipe exactly, and did not experience any of the complications with it being too sweet, or too runny like other reviewers complained about several times. I think they (the other reviewers) may have used canned peaches in heavy syrup which definitely would have made the cobbler very sweet if the sugar in the recipe was not reduced. Also, if self-rising flour is not used, the result will likely be a gooey, messy cobbler that does not rise when it is baked. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I thought the fruit goes on the bottom and the crust on top? I'm confused item not reviewed by moderator and published
I agree, too much sugar.  1/2 the amount is enough.<div><br /></div> item not reviewed by moderator and published
Love this recipe but eventually made a few changes. Only use half of the butter and half of the sugar. Still tastes delicious !! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Although this isn't really a "cobbler," I thought it was absolutely delicious. The cobbler part is more like a spongy pound cake, and the juices really moisten it and bring all the flavors together. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I've made this recipe about 20 times and we all really enjoy it. That's saying a lot for me since I'm pretty particular. We've played with the sugar amount a bit and half'ed it and then put even less in and my husband who is a sugar addict actually liked it better with less than half the sugar. I do recommend simmering the fruit for a while longer to let it thicken up. When I used to only let it simmer for 10 minutes like it says it was too runny and actually made the finished cobbler soggy. ick. But, I love the recipe and will continue to make it with all different types of fruit. Enjoy. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I was very disappointed to much flour one cup would have been enough. to much crust. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Really annoyed that I wasted all those peaches. And my time. Inedible. Too much sugar, too much cobbler and not enough peaches. This recipe is also far to finicky. Use more peaches (2x), same amount of sugar and just put them on the bottom. THEN spoon the cobbler on top. Of course use a bigger dish. Or you know, just find a different recipe. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This recipe is delicious! Amazing to use fresh local peaches. I never change a thing when I make this recipe. Note: When I don't have self rising flour on hand, I use all purpose with an addition of baking powder and salt. Crowd pleaser! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Perfect,delicious! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Delicious! There is no way anyone can give this recipe one star UNLESS they did not follow the directions. Self rising flour is the way to go, and you do not stir the peaches in with the butter or the flour. I have made this time and time again and it always come out great. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Just so everyone is clear it is not the recipes fault you don't know the difference between self-rise and all purpose flour. The recipe is great as long as you follow the directions. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Warning: do not use all purpose flour. Not the same. Had to scrape off the peaches and goo to serve on ice cream. Too bad. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I love this recipe! i have been using it for a couple years now and it is aways a hit! I use canned peaches instead and eliminate the whole 1st step and it is just as delicious! item not reviewed by moderator and published
So very good. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I just made it by following the directions and it was VERY TASTY! glad to add this to my dessert arsenal. I didn't ad the extra "juices" after scooping out the peaches, I decided to pour the left over juice into popsicle molds. because it was just so tasty. item not reviewed by moderator and published
OK...It's just not me that thinks the batter is too runny. I've made this cobbler on 3 occasions, with the last making 2 pans and followed the recipe exactly (To make sure I wasn't missing anything ) . Sure enough, I wasted 8 cups of peaches! I'd like to watch Paula use her own recipe as written here. **If you add 1 to 1 1/2 cups of flour to the 1 1/2 cups the recipe calls for, it turns out great. I also used 2 tbs lemon juice instead of water and added 1 tbs baking powder. Got RAVE reviews from 2 pastry chefs and sold it at their bakery/ cafe, so this is the ticket! It MUST be a typo... item not reviewed by moderator and published
I loved this recipe! i have made it several times and it has been a big hit every time! i did not have any trouble with recipe. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I baked it twice. The first time I stirred the butter into the batter by mistake and although I cooked it to death, it didn't work. So I made it again and was very careful with the ingredients, followed the recipe perfectly and cooked it twice as long and it was still runny. A real disappointment for a Southern peach cobbler. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I thought this was a delicious recipe, I used all-purpose flour and added baking powder I also used Licor43 instead of water with the peaches it was great !!! I wish Food Network would have Paula Deen again. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I did not have "self rising" flour for the first batch and it did not rise to the top (dah!) and I made a second batch with the self rising flour. This was incredibly simple and BOTH types of the cobbler were HUGE success! WE LOVE PAULA DEEN...wonderful item not reviewed by moderator and published
I`v been reading these reviews and a lot of people seen to be having problems with the rising. If you are useing self-rising flour and it still not rising, I think it might have something to do with the altitude where you live. You have to ajust baked idea to your altitude. Humidity also affects baked stuff. I`v made this many times and always turns out great. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Followed the directions, change milk to buttermilk, added vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg to peaches and dough. My family loved it. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I followed the recipe, only mistake I made was I accidentally stirred the butter and the mixture for about 20 seconds before I realized not to do that. Crust came came out spotted and not evenly covered. The crust was also spongy which I had a concern it might do so with the mixture recipe. Personally, I am disappointed in this recipe, esp. with all the time it took to peel fresh peaches that I hand picked in a peach orchard. I can't believe how crummy this recipe turned out. In the future I will go back to pie crust or biscuit dough. Sometimes it pays not to do the "easy" "simple" method. Do yourself a favor and use the old school method, ditch what they are calling a crust. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Made this cobbler for my wife and she said it was the best she had ever tasted! I am 60 years old, retired and love to cook. This was the first peach cobbler I have ever made and it was so simple to put together. We had gotten some fresh peaches at the local farmers market locally grown with yellow and white flesh. The combination was amazing. Love this recipe and will make another one to take to a 4th of July cookout at our friends home. item not reviewed by moderator and published
My family loved it and use a tinned peaches item not reviewed by moderator and published
So good! I just use can peaches, so easy and delicious. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This recipe is simple, quick and delicious!! I usually use frozen fruit to save time and have had no issues doing so. item not reviewed by moderator and published
If I use frozen peaches do I have to adjust the recipe? item not reviewed by moderator and published
I've made this recipe several times. My family absolutely LOVES it! My daughter asks me to make it al the time! Making it now with fresh blueberries instead of peaches. Thanks Paula.Love all your recipes. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I've been making this for years now and everyone who has had it, loved it. It's a simple, fast and delicious recipe. I usually cut down on the sugar and butter so it isn't as bad for you. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Another prove that you don't need a million ingredients to make a wonderful dessert. So yummy! Every time I make it I want to keep it all to myself. :) item not reviewed by moderator and published
My family loved it!! It was the first time, they ate all of my dessert. item not reviewed by moderator and published
You CAN make all-purpose flour into a self-rising flour if you use a combination of baking powder, salt, and all-purpose flour. The dish looks delicious, I can't wait to make it! item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is so easy and quick to make and turns out perfectly every time! I have used a variety of frozen fruits instead of peaches as well - mixed berries, raspberries, fresh and frozen peaches. Delicious! Nice carmelized crust and gooey inside with tangy, just sweet enough fruit. I do add more fruit than what the recipe calls for - more like 5 cups instead of 4. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This recipe was so delicious! I used all purpose flour the first time and it was horrible. I didn't know there was a difference. BIG MISTAKE! MUST USE SELF RISING FLOUR! THIS IS AMAZINGLY DELICIOUS! READ THE INSTRUCTIONS PEOPLE! item not reviewed by moderator and published
trying it now, hopes it comes out wonderful item not reviewed by moderator and published
I followed this recipe exactly, used fresh/unexpired ingredient's, the proper flour &amp; would consider myself an experienced cook. The crust did not rise. All I had was a gummy, doughy dumpling swimming in buttery sugary juice. Such a shame I hate to waste what could have been good food. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I wanted to try a dessert I'd never made but loved to eat for the new year. I googled Peach Cobbler and Paula Deen's came up right away. I like this recipe because it has minimal ingredients and needs little prep time. Peaches are out of season as it turns out, but the produce guy said I could find some frozen ones in the frozen food section. I used BP with my AP flour and 3 bags (16 ounces each bag) of the frozen peaches, which were already sliced AND peeled. I added vanilla and nutmeg to the dough mix and cinnamon to the peach mixture. This baby was so delicious! I did not have any left at the end of 2013! It came out perfectly and I do not understand why anyone would bad mouth this recipe or its creator at all! It was VERY simple to follow and very easy to change up based on your taste/needs (less sugar, no milk, etc.). Thanks Paula Deen, I will continue to make this for family gatherings. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I baked it. Very easy and very tasty. item not reviewed by moderator and published
@kj517...in order for the recipe to work you must use SELF RISING FLOUR, all purpose flour is not going to rise your crust tot he top of the dish. item not reviewed by moderator and published
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Mine did not turn out either. I wonder if the round baking dish makes the difference. I noticed after watching the video that I used a 9X13 baking dish . Cooked it like it said. Peaches have a good taste but the crust did not rise to the top and I used all purpose flour. With having to throw it out I don't know if I am willing to try it again. If it was the dish...I wish they would have put that in the recipe. Most recipes do and I was in a hurry so no time to watch video. Oh well! item not reviewed by moderator and published
the cobbler came out great and tasty but it could use some more peaches! I love the biscuit crust but more peaches are needed . maybe 5 cups instead of 4 item not reviewed by moderator and published
AMAZING! I have had rave reviews from family and friends with this recipe. It is SO easy and super tasty.. I almost double the amount of peaches though because with the self rising flour it can tend to get a little doughy. It is so good though. The ones who said it didn't come out right obviously didn't follow the directions or specific ingredients! You can substitute margarine for the real stuff, that stuff isn't healthy for you anyway and make sure it's self rising flour!! yum yum! item not reviewed by moderator and published
The best!!!! And so easy to make. This is the only way to my son eat some fruits item not reviewed by moderator and published
I followed this recipe word for word and it was a mess. The dough was sticky and never rose. The butter rose to the top and left a greasy mess. Never again! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Just finished making this recipe and it was delicious, scrummy, bubbly moist in the middle and crunchy and caramelised on the outside. This is how versatile this recipe is...I used tinned mango and it came out beautifully! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Have not tried anything just yet. Would like the recipe of the fried chicken sauce on Wednesdays foodnetwork ----pioneer woman item not reviewed by moderator and published
Not to sure as to why some people have had problems with this recipe. I followed it word for word and it turned out perfect. I didn&amp;#39;t have to have add anything extra, cut anything in half, or subsitute anything. I did however have to cook it just a few mins longer to get that nice golden brown touch to it. My family and I absolutely loved it, it was delicious. Love Paula Dean really miss her show. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I tried this recipe to the WORD ! Made sure I used self-rising flour and everything. Came out doughy and thats after 90 minutes in the oven at 350. Then I tried the recipe again using half the ingredients, same thing. Peaches stayed at the top, bottom cooked, but majority of the dough was uncooked and never rose. Interested in how these other reviews received 5 stars. Watched the video multiple times and all. It could be the type of self-rising flour, I used some cheap kroger brand. Im assuming maybe it didn&amp;#39;t have enough baking powder in it? Regardless, this is an example of a recipe that has been dumbed down way too much. item not reviewed by moderator and published
My family loved, loved, loved, this recipe. We really miss Paula&amp;#39;s shows. Please bring Paula back, It was a BIG, BIG, BIG, mistake letting her go. Please bring her back. People need to grow up and be real. Thank you Paula, we will always love you and your food. It&amp;#39;s not fair to punish her for something that was said in the past. I will make this over and over as I do a lot of your recipe&amp;#39;s. Your recipe&amp;#39;s always remind me of my Mom&amp;#39;s cooking, so, so yummy. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This has been one of my FAVE recipes for a few years now! I have made this in a variety of fruits, and flavor combinations, and my family goes nuts over it!! Thanks for such a yummy recipe that whips up easily :- item not reviewed by moderator and published
The flavor of this peach cobbler was very good. The only feedback I got from my family was that there is too much dough or not enough peaches-- take your pick. The second time I made this recipe, I added 2 more cups of peaches and used a 9X13 baking dish. The peaches were the main feature this time &amp; the dough complimented them. item not reviewed by moderator and published
The very best of cobblers--Thank you for sharing item not reviewed by moderator and published
Very easy. You can add the spices you like to the crust! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I had never made Peach Cobbler before and was looking for fast and easy recipe. This cobbler came out GREAT! Thanks, Paula! I will make this again and again and again. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Great cobbler ! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Made this for family home evening with my 15 year old son. It was easy enough for him to make and so very delicious! Adding this to my favorite recipes. Thanks Paula : item not reviewed by moderator and published
1st time making cobbler &amp; so glad I found Paula&amp;#39;s recipe! Living on a farm there is always more work than time &amp; I need simple, satisfying recipes. This is method is super easy for a novice like me &amp; turns out a rich, flavorful dessert with relatively little investment of ingredients or effort. I followed others&amp;#39; advice &amp; added a tsp vanilla to the peaches during cooking. Only had AP flour on hand, so added the baking powder. Had to cook mine the full 45 min to get golden, but just worked on the rest of the meal while it baked &amp; turned out beautiful enough for company. item not reviewed by moderator and published
We made this recipe exactly as it was written and it was easy and delicious! We also used the remaining simple syrup from the peaches, sugar, and water to make sweet tea. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Delicious! Followed the recipe exactly. Added about a 1/2 tablespoon of Amaretto to the peaches. It was perfect. My first time making cobbler, will not be the last. Thank you to everyone who suggested to check the expiration of the self rising flour and the right dish to use. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Best peach cobbler ever! I totally agree with Love Puerto Rico&amp;#39;s comment - if this failed for you, try again making sure the self-rising flour is fresh, follow recipe exactly, watch the video to see how to assemble &amp; you&amp;#39;ll be happy! Measure/prep all ingredients before you start (mise en place, make sure melted butter &amp; syrupy peach mixture are absolutely HOT, use the right baking dish &amp; you can&amp;#39;t miss! I used a baking dish exactly like Paula&amp;#39;s in the video. The only tweaks I made were adding vanilla and almond extracts as colletteskitchen suggested &amp; I reduced the sugar to about 1.5 cups (divided because I bake at high altitude. Remember - baking is a science - it may look like art, but it really is a science! Even if you use all-purpose flour &amp; add baking powder &amp; salt, these items must be fresh - flour can get old &amp; baking powder &amp;#34;expires&amp;#34; - check the date on the can! Thanks Paula!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I love the ease of the recipe but I used a tsp of real Vanilla extract in the batter and 1/2 tsp of Real Almond Extract in the peach/sugar mixture while heating it. Gave it a much richer flavor. Thanks a bunch to one of my favorite cooks! Paula Dean you ROCK GIRL!! And to those of you who used a TALL baking dish....DON&amp;#34;T ! Use a rectangular glass baking dish that is 3 quart! item not reviewed by moderator and published
For those who did not succeed, I say: Try again, follow the recipe to the T, make sure your ingredients are not expired and you will never try another peach cobbler again. It&amp;#39;s a keeper, thank you Paula.... item not reviewed by moderator and published
I used a 3 qt tall baking dish. The dough did rise, but not enough and it was absolutely horrible. It was like chewing on a wet dumpling. Awful. Will not make this again. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Paula you never let me down, my family loved this and I love making them happy. I will never use any other peach cobbler recipe, this is a keeper! It was scrumptious, I&amp;#39;m hoping you can show me how to bake this with apples too. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This cobbler is INSANEly good. If yours didn&amp;#39;t come out tasting awesome you did something wrong. I had to make it twice to get the texture right, but even the failed batch was delicious. I am certain that my baking dish was to blame for the first batch&amp;#39;s doughy, dumpling like texture. I used a square, tall casserole dish and the dough didn&amp;#39;t rise over the peaches. With all the butter and peach juice the batter just cooked in liquid, just like a dumpling. I had also chopped the peaches and maybe they weren&amp;#39;t heavy enough to sink into the batter, but I think the dish selection was the bigger error. This attempt I used a 13 x 9 pan, and I sliced the peaches. YUM! The peaches still didn&amp;#39;t sink like I expected, but the dough did rise nicely. I used less sugar, 1.5 cups total, added vanilla to the batter, and saved most of the liquid from the simmered peaches. Thanks Paula, you rock! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Really good....and btw, to the reviewer who said a cup of butter was too much...a cup of butter is 2 sticks, not one as listed in this recipe. It&amp;#39;s a typical amount for a cobbler, but if you want less butter try Ree Drummond&amp;#39;s cobbler, it has 1/2 stick. And the cobbler probably never rose because your self-rising flour was expired; you have to check those things, and also baking powder and baking soda...they lose their &amp;#39;oomph&amp;#39;. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Crust never rose like the recipe said item not reviewed by moderator and published
I have made this recipe 3x - the 1st 2x I didn&amp;#39;t use as much butter (who puts a cup of butter in a small cobbler????? nor did I cook the peaches but the &amp;#39;cake&amp;#39; was like rubber. So this time, because I had peaches I didn&amp;#39;t want to waste, and have been dying for a good cobbler and can&amp;#39;t find my go-to recipe, I thought maybe, just maybe, I needed to really make this according to the directions. &amp;#34;Cake&amp;#34; is still rubbery and its now just swimming in butter.... blech. item not reviewed by moderator and published
It was easy and unsure on taste as its still in the oven right now as I type this. However, I didn&amp;#39;t have the self rising flour so I did what was said in the video and added the 1 tsp Baking Powder to the dry mixture and continued as followed. I peeked through my oven door and noticed the fruit (peaches are still on top of the mixture. It does not seem to be rising (unsure on why. I&amp;#39;m hoping it rises as it get closer to being done. item not reviewed by moderator and published
It&amp;#39;s inexpensive and easy to make, yet it impressed everybody in my house. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This recipe is amazing! My family has a gluten allergy, so i subsitutued the flour for gluten free bisquick! it was even better when i made it that time! and it was sssoo easy to make! Will definitely be making again. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is a wonderful cobbler. I followed the recipe to the letter, and my guest said &amp;#34; I am now a cobbler fan!&amp;#34;. I will make this many times, and I have booted out my other recipes. Thank you Paula. I miss seeing you on television! A loyal fan, Cherith item not reviewed by moderator and published
It was an amazing recipe and they turned out great. Although, a little too sweet for my liking. But I must say, ice cream is a MUST for this dessert. It definitely compliments with the sweetness. But definitely decadent and a keeper. I would absolutely make this again with less sugar, of course. Thanks Paula : item not reviewed by moderator and published
I love this recipe I&amp;#39;ve made it twice now but I change it slightly and replace the sugar with either honey or maple syrup. My honey goes crazy for it. This one is a keeper! Thanks Paula item not reviewed by moderator and published
Hmmmm, I&amp;#39;ve made this recipe several times without fault. I&amp;#39;m an experienced cook and this is a very simple but delicious cobbler. Everyone loves it. All I can say is ~Tamira from Orlando~ for 20 years of experience, perhaps you&amp;#39;ve had a too many of those blue martini&amp;#39;s while your trying to bake! Paula...we&amp;#39;re pulling for you girl! item not reviewed by moderator and published
This cobbler is absolutely amazing! My family and I loved it! I used soymilk instead of regular milk due to my food allergies, and I found that about six peaches equals four cups. It is extremely easy, except for peeling and slicing all those peaches; to make peeling them easier, I put them in a pot of boiling water for a few minutes to loosen the skin. I will definitely be making this again! Fantastic recipe! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Before knowing that this was Paula Deen&amp;#39;s recipe I whipped the recipe up with no problem. Then the next day I made a fancier Peach Cobbler recipe which took longer and had more ingredients. I had never made Peach Cobbler before, but I always wanted to. Well the next day after Paul&amp;#39;s Peach Cobbler had been in the refrigerator over night and had gotten cold, it was the best tasting Peach Cobbler that I had ever eaten. And,,,,,I ate it without any whipping cream or ice cream on top. It was the BEST!!!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Best peach cobbler on the network - as usual. No one compares to you Paula. I miss you so much I could cry. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I made this for the second time and each time our guests cleaned the 9x 13 pan. The only changes that I made were reducing the amount of sugar with the flour ( I reduced to 3/4 c and using a slotted spoon to ladle the peaches onto the cobbler mixture. I saved the remaining juice and kept it warm to pour over the dished cobbler. Yummy and will make it again and again. item not reviewed by moderator and published
If you use self rising flour you should not need baking powder.  Mine turned out perfect. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Make your own self rising flour by adding 1 1/2 tsp baking powder and 1/4 tsp salt for every cup of ap flour. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I've made it about 20 times too :) We have to eat it with<div> ice cream! </div> item not reviewed by moderator and published
You probally packed your flour i usally will whip my flour up with a wisk before i measure it you really do not want to pack it down just scoop level dump. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I've made this cobbler several times and it's worked perfectly. And you're supposed to put it together in the order Paula states. As she said in the video (which I cannot find anymore), the magic in the recipe is that the weight of the peaches makes them sink, and the ingredients in the flour makes it rise. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Of course ap flour wouldn't work, the recipe calls for self-rising flour which contains baking powder and salt. The recipe would have needed to be altered if you didn't have the correct ingredients. item not reviewed by moderator and published
You should not leave a negative if you intentionally did not follow the directions. It was your fault not the fault of the recipe. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Are you using self-rising flour? As you mix the batter it should not be too runny and should start to "puff" up a bit. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I think the problem with the recipe as written is all the extra liquid the cook fruit makes. If you only spoon a little over the top instead of pouring all of it, the recipe will work. I agree that there is no way Paula could make this as it is written without it being a soupy mess.<br /> item not reviewed by moderator and published
Are you sure you followed all the steps and used self raising flour? This recipe has never failed me apples or peaches always turns out great. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Are you sure you followed all the steps and used self raising flour? This recipe has never failed me apples or peaches always turns out great. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Exactly. If you are in a high elevation area, you should know how to modify. Baking is an art. If your critique says it turned out runny, the problem is the chef, not the recipe when you have over 1000 who say it's great. item not reviewed by moderator and published
How much vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg did you add to the peaches and to the dough? Thanks for your help! item not reviewed by moderator and published
The results you got was probably from the stirring. Give it another try! :-) item not reviewed by moderator and published
I am astounded that someone would freely admit that they prepared the recipe incorrectly and then blame the disappointing result on the recipe instead of themselves. Very strange. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Exactly yet the reviewer gives the recipe one star when they are clearly stating they made the mistake. item not reviewed by moderator and published
DO NOT stir it. It was your fault that your cobbler was a failure. Period. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I used 1 1/2 cup all purpose flour, 1 3/4 tsp baking powder, 1/4 tsp salt instead of self-rising flour. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I do the same as annesimpson. No reason to keep stuff on hand that I do not use often. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Bet you did not use self RISING flour!!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Try self RISING flour next time!!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Suggestion to Food Network to clarify in the recipe itself (other than the subtle hyperlink on the flour) for those uninitiated to the self-rising kind of flour. My daughter is new to cooking and made the same mistakenly gummy disgusting (too sweet) mess. Adding salt and baking powder is so easy, I don't see the need to keep self-rising flour at home, like many others I'm sure. item not reviewed by moderator and published
add in some baking powder and salt next time probally 1-2-3 teaspoons baking powder and a little bit of salt item not reviewed by moderator and published
Did you use self rising flour? If not, then you didn't follow "word for word" and that is why your crust never rose. item not reviewed by moderator and published
A lot of people seem to be having problems with the rising. If they are in fact useing self-rising flour and its still not rising, maybe its the altitude where they live. I know that altitude effects anything you bake. So, they need to get a chart on how to ajust the amounts and mainly temperture. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Nope...been making it for years. It is a good recipe. I even use Kroger self rising flour. Made it last night :) with cinnamon and a little nutmeg. item not reviewed by moderator and published
It could be the altitude where you live. Check on that. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Agree Stephanie..I have always wanted to make cobbler and this was my first go and it came out scrummy. I added cinnamon and nutmeg to my mango..lovely flavors..so rich :) I do hope you try again Aj Burks because it is yummy. Just a question Aj...Did you use the microwave to melt the butter or place the bowl with the stick of butter into the oven to melt? I found it better to place the bowl and stick of butter into the oven because it gave it a more caramelised bubbly flavour item not reviewed by moderator and published
As a black woman, I agree that Paula should NOT have lost her show. Quiet as kept, there are some black people who are racist towards whites :) I was an adult before I discovered that my beliefs were wrong. Isn't Paula just as human? I still cook Paula's recipes. They are good. item not reviewed by moderator and published

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