Southern Peach Cobbler Recipe . . .

Southern Peach Cobbler

To Serve Ten


3 large fresh peaches

2 large cans of Canned Sliced Peaches, in Juice

Brown Sugar


Table Sugar

Vegetable Oil


All-Purpose Flour

1 Package/Box of Peach Cobbler/Topping Mix

2 Large White Eggs


  1. Wash and slice 3 large fresh peaches. Make sure to remove and discard the pits.
  2. Drain the two large cans of sliced peaches. Combine the sliced canned peaches and sliced fresh peaches into a large mixing bowl.
  3. Liberally added table sugar, brown sugar, and cinnamon to the peaches.
  4. Add ½ cup of all-purpose flour, 1 large egg, and ¼ cup of vegetable oil to the bowl.
  5. Stir the mixture. It should have a thick consistency.  When baking, the peaches will produce their own moisture, which will provide a rich consistency when served.
  6. Spray a large glass baking dish with cooking spray, preferably butter-flavored.
  7. Pour and evenly distribute the peach mixture into the large glass baking dish.
  8. For the Peach Cobbler Topping, follow the instruction on the box if you purchased a topping mix. If you prefer to make the mixture from scratch, sift 1 cup of flour into a medium-sized mixing bowl,  ½ cup of table sugar, ½ teaspoon of iodized salt and fold in 1 whole egg, ¼ cup of margarine, and 1/2 cup of sweetened-condensed milk .  Pour the topping on top of the peach mixture in the glass baking dish.  Spread it evenly over the top of the peach mixture.
  9. Bake for 45-50 minutes.
  10. Let cool for 15 minutes before serving.
  11. Serve warm with whipped cream or a scoop of Vanilla Bean Ice Cream.

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