Few Bisquick dessert recipes are as delicious as this decadent Bisquick peach cobbler. It’s simple and rich and it tastes like you’ve been slaving away all day. Bisquick recipes make the best Easter dessert recipes too. After you’ve been in the kitchen putting together all those yummy Easter recipes, Bisquick is a welcome shortcut.
Now if you’ve got a little more time and some fresh peaches you can always make Southern peach cobbler instead. Or throw together a quick peach dump cake….unless you’d prefer apple dump cake with your coffee. Oh yeah!
Now, on to this sweet scrumptious sunshine on a spoon.
- My go-to recipe when peaches are out of season!
- It only needs 6 ingredients! You probably had all of the ingredients in your pantry!
- It only takes a few minutes to whip together and then an hour in the oven.
How To Make Bisquick Peach Cobbler Recipe
Serving up this incredible Bisquick peach cobbler is a simple feat that’ll make your taste buds happy and your stomach smile. Just blend up your Bisquick mixture in an 8×8 baking dish then pour peach/sugar mixture over the top and toss it in the oven. Voila!
Spices – Many peach cobbler recipes call for cinnamon and the flavors marry wonderfully BUT this Bisquick recipe calls for nutmeg instead. You’re gonna’ have to trust me on this one. It tastes better with the canned peaches.
Gluten-Free Option– Also, this recipe works with gluten-free Bisquick too, and it’s every bit as yummy as the original version.
Toppings – I like to mix up a little cinnamon and brown sugar to dust the top of the cobbler, but this is totally optional. It adds a nice depth of flavor, especially if you serve it warm. Consider trying a scoop of French Vanilla ice cream, or a hearty dollop of fresh whipped cream to go with the delicious cobbler. My family loves to sprinkle a few frozen blueberries into a bowlful of warm cobbler. Try out this recipe and let me know how you like to serve it!
Canned Peaches – Using canned peaches adds an air of convenience to this Bisquick peach cobbler. They’re super sweet even after you drain them since some of the syrup clings to the peaches. I know it’s tempting to use fresh peaches, but this particular recipe works best with canned.
Fresh Peaches – I would not recommend using fresh peaches in this recipe. But, if you’re going to make Bisquick fresh peach cobbler anyway, be careful how much sugar you add to the dish. I’ve heard of some folks adding a cup or more of sugar to compensate for the missing sweetness of the canned peaches’ syrup. That is too much! You will make the dish way too sweet.
Other Variations: If you find that the dish is not sweet enough for you, I recommend trying a few things before you add extra sugar:
- First, just try adding extra peaches. As I’ve already mentioned, the syrup in a can of peaches is pretty sweet. And peaches are a pretty sweet fruit on their own. A few extra peaches might be all you need to bring the sweetness level to your liking.
- Second, try using cinnamon instead of nutmeg. But before you replace the whole allotted amount of nutmeg, just do half and half cinnamon and nutmeg. See what that does for you. If it’s still not sweet enough, then go for the whole measurement in cinnamon.
- On the flip side, if you find the dish is too sweet, an easy way to counteract that (and make the dish more healthy as you do) is to cut out some of the sugar. Start by cutting the measurement down to just ¾ cups. Then try a half cup.
Store your leftover Bisquick peach cobbler in the fridge. You’ll want to keep it covered to protect it from moisture. I’ve heard that it can be stored on the counter overnight, but I like to err on the side of caution.
It’s best to observe proper storage methods and keep it away from smelly stuff, like onions and garlic.
Can You Freeze This?
Technically, you can freeze this Bisquick peach cobbler, but it so much better freshly made, and it only takes a few minutes to throw together.
If you absolutely must freeze it, I recommend double wrapping after it’s completely cooled. Freezer safe cling wrap first, then foil to protect it from moisture. You may also need to pop it into a warm oven before serving.
Make Ahead Tips
This delightful Bisquick peach cobbler only takes about ten minutes to throw together and the rest is baking time. If you’re like me, you’ll want to make it a day ahead and then reheat it before serving.
How Long Can You Keep This In The Fridge?
Technically your Bisquick peach cobbler will stay fresh and yummy in the fridge up to 4-5 days but I’ve never had one last that long. The sticky sweet flavor just calls to people and they get gobbled up in the blink of an eye.
Tools to Make
Whipping up this super easy little treat doesn’t require a lot of time or crazy kitchen gadgets. All you need is an 8×8 baking dish, a strainer for your peaches, and something to mix with. Easy Peasy!
Changing up this super simple recipe can give you some oh so tasty flavor variations. Here are a few simple but delicious suggestions.
- Swapping out those yellow peaches for some sweet juicy blueberries yields blueberry peach cobbler.
- Omit the canned convenience for a peach cobbler with frozen peaches and a sweet decadent element.
- Using a few simple swaps can give you Paula Deen peach cobbler that’ll blow your mind and it only takes an hour.
- Serving up peach cobbler crumble is a simple and tasty variation that hooks you at first bite.
Bisquick Peach Cobbler
- 1 cup original Bisquick mix
- 1 cup milk
- 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
- 1/2 cup butter melted
- 1 (29-ounce) can sliced peaches drained
- 1 cup sugar
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
- In an ungreased 8X8X2 inch baking dish, mix together Bisquick, milk and nutmeg. Mix in melted butter until smooth.
- In a bowl, mix drained peaches with sugar, then spoon over batter.
- Bake in preheated oven for 50-60 minutes or until top is golden,
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Bisquick peach cobbler is a decadent Easter dessert recipe that you can throw together quickly and enjoy anytime of the year. Here’s a few other recipes you may love.
- Blackberry Cobbler – Fresh yummy blackberries crowned with a sweet textured topping for an insanely delicious dessert.
- Strawberry Cobbler – Sweet ripe strawberries, moist decadent cake and lemony undertones.
- Pecan Pie Cobbler – The ooey-gooey filling of pecan pie covered with a sweet cakey topping.
- Bisquick Blueberry Cobbler – Sweet summertime perfection blended with just the right amount of baked topping.
- Bisquick Apple Cobbler – Sweet, tart, thick and everything apple cobbler should be in a super simple recipe.
Whipping up this warm sweet peach cobbler is a super simple feat of greatness that transforms dessert and snack time into a decadent whirlwind of sinfully delicious flavor. It’ll leave you hiding the last couple of pieces in the back of the fridge until your afternoon cup of joe brings it to life and energizes the rest of your day. Of course, I can only speak from experience.
In any case, this one’s a keeper and believe me – they’re gonna want seconds!