Recipe by sal
"Canned peaches in light syrup are baked in a sweetened baking mix topping for an easy, comforting cobbler."
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1 (29 ounce) can
peaches in light syrup
1 1/2 cups
all-purpose baking mix
1 1/3 cups
Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. I had cleaned out my pantry today and found several large cans of peaches. I seldom use canned peaches, but I wanted to use at least a can of them, so I turned to allrecipes.com to find a recipe for something quick and simple I could take to church tonight to share. I knew I didn't have the time to make crust, and I needed to use ingredients I had on hand. I have tasted other "cobblers" made with similar type toppings (not crust per se) and have usually found them just "okay." I followed the recipe as written (exception -- only had reduced-fat Bisquick), baked it in a glass dish (still at 350), and for 50 minutes. It turned out really well, and it was a genuine hit at church. I found it very good -- not quite as good as a "real" cobbler with fresh peaches and home-made crust, but a very close second. Taste alone might have earned it four stars, but the ease of preparation earned it that fifth star. (One note -- I was afraid I had done something wrong when the batter turned out quite thin -- but it worked really well.) The dessert was also nice and golden brown and attractive to serve. Thanks again!
Way too much liquid in the recipe. The topping was good and quick to make but the juice from the canned fruit made the cobbler a sogggy mess. If I were to make this again, I would drain off most of the juice, and maybe increase the fruit so that the cobbler is sitting higher up off the juice. A dash of cinnamon is good too.
This was a pretty good cobbler though not as good as my mom's. Make sure to drain most of the syrup from the caned peaches or you'll end up with too much liquid and not enough peaches. Next time I try this recipe, I will use an extra can of peaches and only half the syrup from one of the cans.
Pretty good, however mine was very runny/syrup-y. I think next time I will bake it a little longer and put maybe only 1/2 of the syrup that the peaches came in. Also I used peaches in heavy syrup and used only half of the sugar instead of the 2/3 cup of sugar. Also I used regular milk instead of buttermilk and the crust portion turned out fine! Overall pretty good. like I said it was a little runny, but good!
this is easy to do with any flavor of canned pie filling. just jazz up the filling a bit (use 2 cans 14.5 oz) and make the bisquik mix and pour over. i put a little cinnamon sugar and nutmeg on the top of the batter. bake and serve with whipped cream or ice cream. i have served this at several catering events, every one loves it. and it is soooo easy!
Very good and very easy. Next time I will drain half of the syrup off. I also added a little cinnamon to the cobbler.
This is the best peach cobbler I have ever eaten. It is so easy and very tasty. I didn't have the big can of peaches, so I used 2 regular cans with 100% juice instead of the light syrup and it turned out really good. It tastes the best when warmed.
I absolutely loved this cobbler! It was so good, especially the crust. I'm making it for my grandma's birthday party! But I'm draining half of the syrup, and putting a small can of peaches in it, and drain most of that. Well I got to go buy some things to make this delicious cobbler! Thanks so much!!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Peachy Cobbler Bake
Serving Size: 1/18 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 18
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 32
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