Dutch Oven Peach Cobbler

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Dutch Oven Peach Cobbler Dutch Oven Peach Cobbler Recipe Courtesy of


Servings: Serves 10
Prep Time: 5 min
Cook Time: 45 min
Difficulty: Easy

Ingredients Add to grocery list

Ground cinnamon
1/3 cup sugar
1/2 cup baking mix (recommended Bisquick)
2   (16-ounce) cans sliced peaches in heavy or light syrup, or in fruit juice
1 pint fresh blueberries

Topping:
2 1/4 cups baking mix (recommended Bisquick)
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter, melted
1/2 cup milk
Cinnamon sugar (1/4 cup sugar combined with 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon; store in an empty spice shaker jar; shake well before each use)

Directions

Spray a Dutch oven with vegetable oil cooking spray. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

Drain 1 can of the peaches. Combine both cans of peaches, including the juice from the undrained can, the blueberries, if using, the baking mix, sugar, and a sprinkling of cinnamon. Place this mixture into the Dutch oven.

To make the topping: Combine the baking mix, sugar, butter, and milk in a resealable plastic bag. Drop bits of dough, using your fingers, on top of the peaches. Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar.

Place the Dutch oven into the preheated oven for 30-45 minutes, or until the top is golden brown and crusty.

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By Pauline M.Doliber on September 30, 2013

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Finally! A peach cobbler with just the texture I wanted. Loved the blueberries and want to try it with blackberries next time. The dutch oven definitely made a difference.

By Wendy Hampton on September 13, 2013

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I made this for company. it was fast to put together and all loved it. Thanks Paula I can always count on you for a good recipe that turns out. Your my favorite go to!

By Jennifer on September 05, 2013

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Can you use fresh peaches for this recipe? I love the fresh peaches. Saw the question below but there was no answer to the person. I think I would like this one. I have tried making peach cobbler recipes with putting the fruit on top and some with a cake mix on top and etc. Always seem to have mushy white stuff stay uncooked. They have good flavor but seem to have to much uncooked dough that bubbly peach juice is supposed to cook dough, also added tapioca to thicken juice so not to running, failed at all of them. So want to try this one.

By Dar on August 13, 2013

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This recipe is fabulous!!! We have enjoyed it several times. I do use the light bisquick mix and works just great....................truly delicious!!

By Peg on May 21, 2013

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I love this recipe! Ive even tried my own twist like adding Hazelnut creamer instead of milk, adding walnuts to the topping, and adding nutmeg. I hope everyone enjoys this as much as i do!!

By Tori on February 15, 2013

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I used fresh huckleberries instead of blueberries smile

By Tiffany on September 14, 2012

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Could I use fresh peaches instead of canned? If so; should I drain 16 ozs of the fresh peaches really well and leave the other 16 ozs in their juice? Thanks in advance for your consideration!

By Ann on July 23, 2012

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Love this recipe! I've experimented with my family twice.....and they loved it so much, that I'm making a double sized cobbler for Thanksgiving! Thanks Paula!!!

By Carla Ingram on November 22, 2011

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Best peach cobbler I have ever made

By shannonloveangels on November 12, 2011

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Served about 8 Boys Scouts at camp this weekend. Put dry ingredients into 3 separate baggies at home (mix / topping / Cin Sugar) To reduce cleanup, we substituted soft room temp butter for melted. Kneaded butter into topping baggie before adding milk. If the Scouts are buying, I would substitute frozen blueberry's for the fresh ones to cut costs.

By Anonymous on October 16, 2011

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Looks like a yummy recipe..I'm going to try it..... I was actually looking for an Apple Cobbler recipe.Can I substitute apples for peaches and would I have to precook the raw apples to make sure they get done?

By Debbie on September 28, 2011

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i love your crock pot mac and cheese it the best that ive tasted, thank you

By tammy gay on August 06, 2011

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Hey Cathy! A deeper casserole dish is fine.

By Libbie Summers, Senior Food Editor for Paula Deen on July 24, 2011

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Do you have to use a Dutch oven? What is an alternative baking dish?

By Cathy on July 12, 2011

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Hey Ke'hley! Yes, you leave the lid off during baking.

By Libbie Summers, Senior Food Editor for Paula Deen on July 10, 2011

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Looked wonderful, do I cook with lid on?

By penny on May 19, 2011

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Do I bake with Lid on at any time during baking?? I have search this on web to no avail..Help please =) Love you Miss Paula Deen

By Ke'hley Lauer on February 24, 2011

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I bought a box of Paula's Baking mix and am anxious to try it. There are 2 wonderful recipes for pancakes on the box but I don't have a cast iron skillet for the one (my bad!) and meat included in other recipe excludes it from my diet. How can I get a recipe for plain pancakes and other simple recipes. Namaste, Tracey B-B

By Tracey Burns-Beirise on January 13, 2011

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This was amazing! My husband and i loved it. I can't wait to make it for others! thank you paula

By Anonymous on January 08, 2011

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