10 Peach Cobbler Recipes for Every Summer Occasion
Check out Food Network's best peach cobbler recipes, using fresh, canned or frozen peaches, to create the perfect summertime dessert.
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Sweet peaches, a warm golden topping and heaps of vanilla ice cream ever so slightly melting as you take your first bite — sound familiar? That’s right: It’s all about peach cobbler this time of year. A close cousin to pie, cobblers boast a beautiful biscuit crust and a bubbling fruit mixture that peeks from underneath with vibrant color.
Perhaps the best part about peach cobblers is that they don’t always require fresh fruit. Sunny Anderson goes for frozen peaches in her Blueberry-Peach Cobbler while Trisha Yearwood uses the canned variety in her Easy Peach Cobbler. Keep reading below for more recipes from Guy Fieri, Katie Lee and other Food Network stars.
Katie Lee’s cobbler stars fresh peaches and a quick buttery topping that comes together with just 10 minutes of prep time. Serve with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream for the perfect summer dessert.
Because Trisha uses canned peaches, her cobbler doesn’t have to be limited to summertime gatherings. She layers the peaches on top of a simple peach juice-infused batter, which rises as it bakes, surrounding the filling with a beautiful crust.
Tyler Florence’s cobbler for Food Network Magazine gets an extra touch of Southern flair with bourbon. For a rich filling with a warm kick, he tosses fresh peaches with bourbon and cinnamon. Top the mixture with a simple crust and bake until it’s puffed and golden.
While large cobblers are impressive, there’s something extra special about personal desserts. Food Network Kitchen’s individual cobblers feature a classic fruit filling and a crumb topping.
Food Network Magazine’s recipe combines ice cream cake with peach cobbler for a mashup of two summertime favorites. Prepare a springform pan, then atop a base of vanilla ice cream, layer sweet peach puree, a pecan crumble and a moist pound cake. Allow for chill time in between steps; finish with fresh whipped cream, additional peaches and pecan crumble.
Guy Fieri makes his cobbler for Food Network Magazine the old-fashioned way: over campfire coals. Luckily this fruity combination of blueberries and peaches can be baked in the oven for a result that’s just as delicious. Guy adds oats to his flour crust for extra texture.
Homemade biscuits spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg give Food Network Magazine’s cobbler an irresistibly comforting feel. Layer the biscuits whole over the fruit mixture so the vibrant purple and orange colors can peek from underneath. Bake this cobbler in a skillet for an easy serving method and rustic presentation.
Sunny Anderson uses frozen peaches and a prepared pie crust for her quick and easy dessert. Fresh blueberries give the filling a boost of color, which bubbles through part of the crust when its baked. For a golden top, brush the pie dough with egg wash and dust with sugar.
Make a classic buttermilk biscuit to top Food Network Magazine’s cobbler featuring peaches and plums. Add honey and a pinch of grated ginger for natural sweetness and tang, then sprinkle coarse sugar on the biscuits before baking for a sparkling finish.
Make-ahead bakers, this Food Network Kitchen recipe’s for you. Make this cobbler entirely in a slow cooker; add frozen peaches, orange juice, plus a buttery biscuit topping to create a largely hands-off dessert.