Fresh Peach Cobbler might just be the summer’s best comfort food. It’s simple, easy, and butter-free with a buttery cobbler topping, fresh peaches, and hints of cinnamon in a sweet, rich syrup. This fresh peach cobbler is the best I’ve ever eaten.
This peach cobbler recipe uses brown sugar, white sugar, and turbinado sugar to create a deep, warm molasses flavor and a super crunchy crust. It’s the best peach dessert ever. As a self-proclaimed non-baker, I can definitively say that this peach cobbler is one of the easiest, no-fuss baking recipes ever!
° 3 Packages (11 ounces each) Betty Crocker™️ pie crust mix
° 1 cold water cup
° 1 1/2 sugar cups
° 3/4 cup melted butter or ghee
° 2 teaspoons ground nutmeg
° 2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
° 2 Vanilla teaspoons
° 2 Small spoons of lemon extract
° 2 cans (29 ounces each) chopped peaches in syrup, undrained
* Steps :
Heaat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Stir one package of pie crust mixture and 1/3 cup of cold water until the mixture forms a ball. Flatten the ball into a rectangle, 11×8 inches. Cutting TO 4 strips, 11 by 2 inches every . Placing strips on an ungreased cookie sheet; Baking 17 min . Sit apart .
Stir one package of pie crust mixture and 1/3 cup of cold water until the mixture forms a ball. Flatten the roll ball to fit the bottom and sides of an ungreased rectangular baking dish, 13 x 9 x 2 inches. Put in a plate and set aside.
Stirring sugar, nutmeg,butter , cinnamon, vanilla, lemon extract, and peaches together in a large bowl. Cast semi of the mixture to the baking plate . Arrange 4 pastry slices on top. Pour rest half of the peach mixture on the top.
Stir one package of pie crust mixture with 1/3 cup cold water until the mixture forms a ball. Flatten the roll ball to fit the mixture into the baking dish. Cutting several holes . Place the crust on top of the mixture in the baking dish. Seal on the edges of the dish.
Baking for an hour . Continue covered in refriigerator.