When I first posted this recipe to my old blog I kept adding polls on my Facebook Page to see what recipes people would like to see me post next. Every time I added the peach cobbler, it lot to another recipe. Today I’m here to tell you that you all have been sleeping on the peach cobbler.
This cobbler has a perfectly jammy base with loads of syrupy peaches and a crunchy crumble topping. It’s so easy to make that even my son was able to throw this together for his cooking channel.
The recipe card says it came from Sharon Green.
I think some alterations that grandma might have made to this recipe would be to use brown sugar on top of the cobbler instead of white sugar.
Anyone who had the pleasure of eating dinner at my grandma’s house knows that she used to make this all the time! Admittedly, I hadn’t had it in the last few years before she passed away because she lived far away.
When I tried to make this recipe I was really shocked to be eating her peach cobbler again, it really brought me back to sitting at her kitchen table.
I think that’s one of the things that makes food/recipes so powerful. Every time you make a recipe again, it comes loaded with the memories of all the times you had it before.
- 9x13x2 inch casserole dish
- 4 tablespoons butter melted
- 2 cups Original Bisquick Mix
- 1.5 cups sugar
- 1 cup milk
- 58 ounces sliced peaches in syrup two large 29-ounce cans
- 1 cup syrup from peaches reserved
- Drain the cans of sliced peaches, but reserve 1 cup of the syrup.
- Mix the Bisquick, 1 cup of sugar, and the milk together.
- Pour the melted butter into the bottom of a 9x13x2 inch casserole dish
- Pour the batter into the casserole dish as well. Add the sliced peaches on top then spread the slices around.
- Sprinkle the 1/2 cup of sugar on top.
- Add the cup of peach juice on top then bake at 350F from 1 hour to an hour and fifteen minutes. The cobbler will be browned on top when done.