Peach Cobbler Recipes (and Crisps, Too!)

Our delicious homespun peach cobbler recipes showcase the sweetness of juicy, ripe peaches. Whether you like your peach cobbler tinged with warm spices, crunchy toppings, or tasty add-ins, you'll find a peach crisp or cobbler recipe to love in this collection. Try one of our peach cobbler recipes for dessert tonight!

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    Peach Crisp

    Our versatile peach crisp recipe can be made with fresh or frozen peaches and is ready in an hour. The secret to its irresistible crunch? Crushed graham crackers that add crumbly sweetness to the oat, cinnamon, and brown sugar topping.

    Peach Crisp Recipe Tip:
    Our favorite way to serve this crisp recipe is warm with ice cream.

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    Classic Peach Cobbler

    Sink your spoon into a classic peach cobbler tonight—buttery biscuits and fresh peach slices are the best ending to any meal. For an even more impressive dessert, add a dash of cinnamon to the biscuit dough. You can thank us later.

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    Peach Cobbler with Thyme Biscuits

    Put your herb garden to work by spicing up an ordinary biscuit topping with sprigs of fresh thyme. It transforms classic warm biscuits and gooey peaches from ordinary cobbler into an extraordinary treat.

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    Peach Crisp with Corn Bread Topper

    Grab your skillet—it's the only pan you need to whip up this yummy peach crisp. And thanks to corn bread topping and a drizzle of honey, this warm, gooey crisp becomes the ultimate summer comfort food.

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    Peach-a-Berry Cobbler

    Plump blueberries mix with brown sugar and peaches, bringing together classic sweet and fruity flavors. If you're making this peach cobbler out of season, try frozen fruit for a taste of summer any time of year.

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    Stove-Top Peach-Blackberry Crisp

    Want a new spin on a favorite peach recipe? Add blackberries and top with pecans and shredded coconut for unique flavor. The best part? This easy peach crisp takes only 30 minutes to complete!

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    Old-Fashioned Peach Cobbler

    Don't mess with a classic. Sweet peaches with notes of cinnamon are topped with whole wheat star biscuits in this delectable dish. Try it with a refreshing scoop of vanilla frozen yogurt for an extra treat. 

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    Peach-Blueberry Crisp

    Pair your peaches with juicy blueberries in our easy peach crisp recipe. Bake it the old-fashioned way in a cast-iron skillet, or use a baking dish if you prefer.

    Peach Crisp Recipe Tip:
    If you choose to bake this peach crisp in a skillet, remember to use a hot pad when removing it from the oven: The handle gets just as hot as the rest of the pan.

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    Peach Cobbler with Cinnamon-Swirl Biscuits

    The only thing better than a peach cobbler recipe is one made with homemade cinnamon-swirl biscuits on top. You'll crave this cinnamon roll-inspired dessert for breakfast, too!

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    Grilled Peach and Pineapple Crisp

    This grilled peach crisp combines two fantastic fruits and is low in calories and fat! A cinnamon-and-nutmeg mixture of fiber-rich whole grain oats tops off the dish. Try using fresh ingredients in the summer months, or recall warmer days by utilizing frozen fruits off-season.

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    Grilled Peach Cobbler

    This surprising take on classic peach cobbler is made on the grill! Caramel ice cream topping gives the peach filling its velvety sweetness, while crushed pretzels add a touch of saltiness to the crunchy topping.

    Peach Cobbler Recipe Tip:
    To prepare on the grill, use a foil pan and add the topping the last 15 minutes of grilling.

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    Peach Macaroon Cobbler

    Upgrade your peach cobbler with a double dose of coconut. It's mixed into the crumbly biscuits and sprinkled on top for good measure. Don't skip the homemade whipped cream as a subtle and sweet finish to this delicious dessert.

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    Stove-Top Peach-Raspberry Cobbler

    You'll love this alternative to classic peach cobbler. Make the peach-raspberry mixture on the stove top instead of the oven before topping with homemade puff-pastry twists.

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    Kiwi-Peach Cobbler

    Add tropical tartness to traditional peach cobbler with fresh kiwifruit slices. Our cinnamon-and-cloves crumble topping adds crunchy texture while complementing the sweetness of the filling.

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    Peach-Pecan Cobbler

    Classic peach cobbler starts with ripe peaches. Select peaches that have healthy golden-yellow skin without tinges of green. The ripe fruit should yield slightly to gentle pressure. Top with our homemade biscuits and a spoonful of nutmeg-dusted whipped cream.

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    Gingered Peach and Pear Crisp

    Freshly grated gingerroot mingles with peaches and pears, while crushed gingersnaps and oats form a satisfyingly crunchy topping. Each bite of this dessert is full of complex, fruity flavors.

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    Cheery Cherry-Peach Cobbler

    Sweet peaches and tart cherries play off each other in this delightful dessert recipe. The soft biscuitlike topping adds a comfort food element your family will love.

    Peach Cobbler Recipe Tip:
    Use seasonal cherries for a subtle and fresh taste variation.

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    Peach-Almond Crisp

    Almonds give our tasty peach crisp its mild toastiness, while ginger adds a hint of zing to the saucy peach filling. No peach nectar for the filling? Orange juice works just as well. Serve this crisp hot from the oven with a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream.

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    Peach-Blueberry Ginger-Oat Crisp

    Fresh peaches and blueberries are an unbeatable combination, but our favorite part of this recipe is the topping. Made with crushed gingersnap cookies, oats, and pecans, it gives new life to a classic summer crisp.

  • Next Slideshow Easy Fruit Cobblers and Crisps

    Easy Fruit Cobblers and Crisps

    Cobblers and crisps traditionally are warm fruit desserts with a biscuit or crunchy topping. Thanks to the availability of fresh, frozen, and canned fruits, you can enjoy cobblers and crisps any time of year. Among the variety of fruits, spices, and toppings in these recipes, you'll find the perfect one for you.
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