Peach Cuppa Cobbler

I got the basic recipe from my grandmother when I was just starting to cook. It was one of my first successes. I like it because it’s quick and easy to do and so easy to remember.


1 cup flour
1 cup sugar
1 cup milk
3 #303 cans sliced peaches
Liquid or melted margarine
Cooking spray


Combine dry ingredients. Add milk and beat until smooth. Spray a 13x9 baking pan with cooking spray. Pour mixture into pan. Add all three cans of peaches, distributing them evenly. Drizzle with liquid margarine. Bake at 350 degrees or until top is golden brown.

Sometimes, I just dump equal amounts of flour, sugar and milk and use a couple of the large cans of peach slices. I’ve also used the same basic recipe with canned sweet plums and sweet cherries. It turns out great every time.

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6-8 servings.

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My mom made the best peach

My mom made the best peach cobbler, and I used to make it yrs ago...Lost that darned recipe, and never could remember it but this sounds similar....She used canned peaches liquid and all, but it seems like she also put a cup of sugar and a cup of water over the top...I am not sure...And I sure wouldn't want to ruin it so I may try it your way.....

I use the same basic recipe

I use the same basic recipe for my cobbler w/some additions.Place butter in casserole dish & melt in oven while mixing the batter. Since I'm diabetic I use splenda in place of sugar.To the batter add 1/2tsp vanilla,1/2tsp cinnamon and 1/4tsp nutmeg. Pour batter over melted butter, add peaches w/syrup, & lightly sprinkle top w/cinnamon and bake until golden brown @ 375degres. My family & friends are always requesting it.

Made this recipe exactly as

Made this recipe exactly as written, but the crust never baked, and the amount of melted butter was not specified, so I used 1/2 cup. Didn't know whether to drain the peaches or not so didn't, and it turned out pretty runny. My guess is that something important is missing from the recipe. Won't use this one again!

This recipe is user

This recipe is user submitted, so we can't be certain what is wrong. However, after looking around it seems what might be missing is a stick of butter to start. Melt the butter in the baking pan while you mix the dry ingredients. Once melted, pour the crust mix into the pan and pat down to cover the bottom.