Fresh, juicy peaches roasted in this delicious Roasted Peach Cobbler! Serve warm with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream for ultimate peaches and cream flavor! Perfect summertime treat.
Several summers ago when it was peach season around here, we were picking up at Wellwood Orchards in Springfield, Vermont. A funny thing happened after we got home. So I’d just recently published a recipe for Cherry Pecan Granola here on the blog. It’s a delicious, clean eating recipe with honey and coconut oil. (You’ll love it!)
So back to peaches. I made Roasted Peach Cobbler after we got home from peach picking. The Roasted Peach Cobbler recipe happens to be from my aunt who lives across the country on the West coast. So here’s the funny part. My aunt texts me that she’s just taking my Cherry Pecan Granola out of her oven.
Meanwhile, I’m on the East coast, simultaneously removing HER Roasted Peach Cobbler from my oven. There’s a magical connection over excellent recipes and good food, even 3,000 miles apart. I love cooking family recipes, brings us all together in an inexplicable way, connecting extended family. A beautiful thing!
So I don’t know if it’s still peach season where you are right now, but today I’m sharing my aunt’s delicious Roasted Peach Cobbler recipe.
First, peel and slice the peaches and mix with brown sugar. Let sit for a half hour or more to draw out the juices. Make the simple batter and pour in the bottom of your baking pan.
Spoon the ripe, sugary peaches on top. Sprinkle all with cinnamon sugar and bake.
This recipe is so interesting because the batter underneath cooks and bubbles up all around the peaches. Gets crispy and yummy on the edges. It’s a really fabulous recipe and smells amazing too.
So the Roasted Peach Cobbler you see was eaten in about ten minutes by my loving husband and boys. Now you see it. Now you don’t. I managed to get a bite too.
I do think you’re going to love this Roasted Peach Cobbler. Perfect served warm with a scoop of melty vanilla bean ice cream perched on top.
Roasted Peach Cobbler
- 3 cups ripe peaches peeled and sliced
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 1 cup flour
- 2 teaspoons baking powder
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1 cup milk
- 1/2 cup butter melted
- 1 tablespoon or more cinnamon sugar
- Skin peaches by making X mark on one end.
- Drop in a pot of scalding water for two minutes, then in an ice bath.
- Easily remove the skins.
- Mix sliced peaches with brown sugar.
- Let sit 1/2 hour or more to "juice up".
- Stir together dry ingredients.
- Whisk in milk.
- Stir in melted butter.
- Pour batter in the bottom of an ungreased, 8" square pan.
- Spoon fruit over batter.
- Sprinkle heavily with cinnamon sugar.
- Bake @ 375° 35 - 45 minutes, 'til golden brown.
- Serve warm with ice cream...or cold!
You may also enjoy: Fresh Peach Pound Cake
Ali @ Home & Plate says
I don’t know about you but I can’t get enough of these juicy ripe peaches this summer. Your cobbler is totally drool worthy.
Carina Spring says
Allie, this dessert looks so delicious! Glad the boys gave you enough time to take some pics before they polished it off! 😉 Would it be cheating if I used canned peaches? Well, I have to say that I love the kind of coincidence you describe in this post, and it always amazes me when things like that happen. Thanks for this one and take care!
Kristen @ A Mind Full Mom says
Allie, I have had northern peaches and I have had southern peaches and I must say, that if you roast a peach from anywhere it is going to be divine, but roasting a southern peach may be a bite of heaven 🙂 Can’t wait to try!
Allie, this looks AMAZING. Wishing I had this for breakfast this morning 🙂
Shashi at RunninSrilankan says
What an amazing coinky dink that you and your aunt were making each other’s recipes! I couldn’t agree more, Allie, “there’s a kind of magical connection that happens over excellent recipes and good food, even 3,000 miles apart.”
Now – back to this cobbler – it sounds and looks fantastic – especially those golden brown edges! With ice cream, each mouthful must have been heavenly!
Recipes do play such an important role in families. My boys are even protective over certain family recipes. Funny! I am so appreciative to your family for sharing some of yours. What’s funny here, 6 miles from you, is that I decided to make a peach cobbler today. I even have the vanilla ice cream. I just didn’t have a recipe. I wake up and look at your blog and voila there it is. Now that is something ? Thank you Allie and Allie’s Aunt on the west coast for this special recipe!
No way. I can’t believe you’re going to make this today Tracy. Timing is everything. My feeling is that we need to capitalize on these fresh peaches before they’re gone… I really do hope you and all your boys love it! And I hope my Aunt Margie reads your comment! XO
Jessica @ A Kitchen Addiction says
I love family recipes! This cobbler looks like a great way to showcase all of the peaches that are available right now!
Barbara Child says
Who would have thought to put the crust in first! Looks delicious and you make it sound so easy!
Aunt Pinkie says
What a great sounding recipe- thanks to Margie and you for sharing it! And what a neat way to peel the peaches!
Can’t wait to try this – am going to Roots today -our once-a-week farmer’s market and will get peaches to try this yummy looking dessert!
Patricia @ Grab a Plate says
I’m going to dream about this dish until I make it (and probably the cherry pecan granola, too)! Looks amazing. You just cannot beat seasonal peaches!
It is still peach season around here with the added bonus of having cool evenings great for turning on the oven.
Your aunt’s recipe looks lovely–thanks to you both!
Susie Mandel says
I’m with Jessica 😉
Dear Allie, can you believe I have gone almost the entire summer without having a peach cobbler? Well, by the end of the week, that will no longer be the case. You have inspired me with this beautiful summer dessert. I love peach cobbler and there is nothing better than a slice with ice cream. Perfect! xo, Catherine
Anu-My Ginger Garlic Kitchen says
Family recipes are just awesome, Allie. I am happy that you could post this on blog, and thank you to boys who gave you some time to take some beautiful pictures . This dessert sounds incredibly fantastic and delish. Ah! Cobbler must be heavenly with ice-cream. I need to make it soon! 🙂
Kelly - Life Made Sweeter says
This peach cobbler looks incredible, Allie! I can’t get enough of summer peaches especially in baked treats. That’s so cool that you and your aunt were making the other’s recipe 🙂 Wish I had a slice of this for breakfast!
Lauren kelly Nutrition says
It seriously doesn’t get much better than this! This looks amazing!
Aunt Margie says
That’s less of a coincidence than you may think! I make your recipes all the time. I salivate for them!
Christy Smith says
I love it when I get my Mom’s recipes from YOU!! Crazy as it may seem, I do not believe I have ever made this recipe and now I have it and will definitely make it!! Just picked up 5 lbs. of peaches with my mom at the Farmer’s market yesterday + Having company tomorrow night = The perfect dessert! Funny thing is, I had your Grasshopper pie on the menu but this peach cobbler sounds like a fun one to try before peach season is gone! Thanks Allie!
That is so funny dear cousin. I hope you all love it and have a great dinner tomorrow night. And if you have any questions on the cobbler, call your mom! 🙂
Christy smith says
Okay I made it and this yummy cobbler got rave reviews!! It was the perfect conclusion to grilled pork tenderloin, blackened brussels with siracha aeoli , BLT chopped salad and coconut rice. I will be making it again and one of my girlfriends asked for the recipe. The next best part of getting this recipe (the best being the eating of course) was learning how to peel peaches easily…worked like a charm! Thanks my friend!
Oh I’m so glad it was a hit Christy. Your menu sounds absolutely delicious! Blackened brussels with siracha aeoli? Yum!!!! FYI – I have peeled tomatoes in this same way and it works great. What a great night! XOXO
Ramona W says
Peach cobbler is such a classic comfort dessert!! This looks amazing!! I can’t wait until peach season now! 🙂
How many peaches do you use?I am English and measuring in cups still does not come naturally to me!
Hi Pat- thanks for the question – I first made this a few years ago and I don’t remember exactly how many peaches I used. I think it would depend on the size of the peaches too. My guess would be 3 or 4 good sized peaches! Enjoy!
I love that story!!! And this looks delicious! I can’t wait to try it!!!
Kelsie | the itsy-bitsy kitchen says
This is just summer on a plate! I think family recipes are always the best–all of my favorite recipes come from my grandmas :). I need to try this ASAP! Have a great weekend, Allie!
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Louise Achor says
Never did make this! Still sounds yummy!
Luci's Morsels says
This looks fabulous! I love using peaches when baking, one of my favorite summer fruits!
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This cobbler looks soooo delicious… Love your photos! Thanks for sharing, Allie!
I just discovered your blog and this cobbler is beautiful. We rarely do that recipe in France, but I think I might remember your recipe for my next dinner 😉
Nisha @ Honey, What's Cooking says
I absolutely loveeeeeee peaches! I try to buy one a week. This looks divine.. totally forgot about cobblers, so similar to crisps in the fall. 🙂
Oh. The taste of peach is very fragrant and delicious. This dish is so attractive.
Ta recette Allie est une merveille de gourmandise, le Peach cobbler j’adore! bisous et bel été!
Allie, this was my go to summer dessert last year after you posted this. I just got home with some peaches and am very much looking forward to the first Roasted Peach Cobbler of the season. Thank you!!
PS Corn Tomato Basil salad will be happening too. Win-win!!
Hey thanks Wendi! I’m so excited for you. I haven’t made this cobbler all season and now I’m craving it too. Fresh peaches are the best. The cobbler recipe is from my Aunt Margie. Enjoy!!!
It’s in the oven! Wish you were here to enjoy it with me!! Thank Aunt Margie for me too. It can be our secret that you both make me look like a much better cook than I am. 🙂
I’m excited to try this version, looks amazing. It’s similar to one I make already but I’m always trying to perfect it. One thing is I don’t peel my peaches and I’ve never gotten any complaints. Seems like a personal preference, but that would take too much time and effort. I’d rather save my time for eating!
Hi Melanie – hope you love this. You’re right, peeling the peaches is total preference. My kids prefer no peels. I dip my fresh, ripe peaches in boiling water for about 30 seconds to a minute, then add to ice water. Then the peel practically fall off when you tug on it. Otherwise, I think it might waste a lot of the good peach to use a paring knife. Do whatever works for you, and happy baking!
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