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Easy Peach Cobbler For Two

Extremely easy to make and you can do so ANY time of the year! Perfect, creamy delicious peaches wrapped in fluffy bits of dough cloud, Peach Cobbler for Two is the perfect treat!

 

Easy Peach Cobbler For Two

Easy Peach Cobbler For Two

Why This Recipe Works…

  • FAST
  • EASY
  • You probably already have everything you need! 
  • Peaches, vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg wrapped in crusty soft dough. HellO! 

Here’s How It’s Done…..

STEP 1

Mix the bisquick together with the spices and milk.

hand mixing the bisquick and milk together in a white bowl

STEP 2. 

Mix the peaches and the sugar

hand mixing the peaches and sugar together in a yellow bowl

STEP 3. 

Pour the peach mix on top of the bisquick mix and bake! See wasn’t that so simple?

hands pouring the peach mix on top of the bisquick mix in a baking dish

Did you ever eat something so good that you didn’t even care when someone said, “Hey, I think you have food in your hair”? What about flour on your forehead? Frankly, I think it goes perfectly with the glops of peach cobbler dribbling down your chin and landing on your chest. Yeah. That’s where we are today folks. Making easy peach cobbler for two with bisquick and canned fruits. 

But honestly, isn’t that a measure of something delicious? I mean, really, if some of your dinner didn’t end up in your ear, how would you know that it is REALLY GOOD? How would you know that you have easy peach cobbler? 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

Can I Freeze Leftover Peach Cobbler? 

Yes! Absolutely!  Put it in a freezer safe container and freeze for up to 6 months! Cook your peach cobbler when the peaches are in season and then freeze it for eating in the freeze of winter! 

Can I Make Peach Cobbler With Fresh Peaches? 

Yes! Absolutely! Peel the peaches and mix with 1/4 Cup sugar and allow to sit for 30 minutes. Follow the rest of the recipe as written! Perfect Peach Cobbler with Fresh Peaches! 

What Spices Go With Peach Cobbler? 

In this recipe for peach cobbler, the spices that go the best are nutmeg and cinnamon. You’ll find a touch of salt as well. When the cobbler is fresh out of the oven . you can do a PRO TIP and sprinkle the top with a little apple pie spice, you won’t be sorry! Vanilla and almond add a nice touch too. 

Do I Have To Peel Peaches for Peach Cobbler? 

This peach cobbler recipe calls for canned peaches, however, if you decide to use fresh peaches, yes, you will want to peel them. It’s easy, boil water, cut an X on the bottom of the peach, dip the peach in the boiling water for about 1 minute and the skill will slip right off. 

Can Peach Cobbler Be Reheated? 

Absolutely! Yes!  Either place the entire baking pan in the oven at 350 degrees for 20 minutes or put the piece you want on a microwave safe plate and microwave for 30 seconds. Repeat in 15 second bursts until heated through to your liking. 


TIPS AND TRICKS for Easy Peach Cobbler for Two

  • This recipe calls for MORE sugar than usual (when scaled down to this size). I know. Now listen, you CAN cut the sugar. I started out attempting this recipe using less. It just wasn’t as good. I’m giving you what I’ve tried and tested to be true. Just saying. It’s been a real chore to eat peach cobbler 4 or 5 times just to get the recipe EXACTLY right. Lol. OK, that is taking it a little far – it hasn’t exactly been a CHORE. Lol, but I DID make it that many times testing it for this post.
  • The vanilla and almond flavorings are essential and a big trek from the original recipe. Totally worth it. Make sure to use the REAL extract and not the imitation.
  • I am not one of those people who enjoy nuts in their cobbler – if you are – I am guessing that pecans or toasted almond slivers would work here, but really, just try it like written, I think you will like it.

More Cobbler? 

  • If you are wanting cobbler for 4-6, double the recipe – no problems there.
  • If you want to be fancy, you can even divide this cobbler into ramekins – just adjust your baking time – the baking time will be less.
  • Be forewarned. This cobbler is like molten lava when it comes out of the oven and while you are going to WANT to put your face right in it – or shove it right in your mouth – don’t. Be patient and let it cool just a little.
  • This cobbler is EXCELLENT with a good quality vanilla ice cream.
  • If you really want to be successful, I’ve found that these little Le Creuset baking dishes are the absolute perfect size for baking for 1 or 2 people. You can click the photo to go straight over the Amazon (I’m an amazon affiliate and receive a commission if you purchase through this link). I bought mine at Marshalls for a fraction of this price – you might want to look there too.

 

Easy Peach Cobbler For Two

Easy Peach Cobbler For Two

Easy Peach Cobbler For Two

Easy Peach Cobbler for Two

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5 from 3 votes
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Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: peach cobbler, peach cobbler for two
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 40 minutes
Total Time: 50 minutes
Servings: 2 servings
Calories: 664kcal
Author: Loaves and Dishes

Ingredients

  • ½ Cup Baking Mix Bisquick
  • ½ Cup Milk
  • ¼ tsp nutmeg
  • ¼ cup butter - melted
  • ½ cup sugar
  • 1 15.9 oz can of sliced peaches drained
  • ½ tsp real vanilla extract
  • ¼ tsp real almond extract
  • ½ tsp cinnamon

Instructions

  • Preheat the oven to 375.
  • Stir together the baking mix, milk and nutmeg in a medium sized bowl then add the melted butter and mix some more. Use a 1 quart baking dish if making this dish for two people. Upgrade to a 9x9 pan if doubling to make for 4-6.
  • In a separate medium sized bowl, mix together the sugar, drained peaches, vanilla, almond and cinnamon. Mix well.
  • Pour the peach mixture on top of the batter mixture that you already put in the bottom of the 1 quart baking dish.
  • Bake at 375 for 40 minutes (if you double the recipe - bake a little longer). Its done when it is golden brown and bubbly and smelling like PURE heaven! Serve warm. Allow it to sit for a minute because it is like hot lava when it comes out of the oven

Notes

  • This recipe calls for MORE sugar than usual (when scaled down to this size).  I know.  Now listen, you CAN cut the sugar.  I started out attempting this recipe using less.  It just wasn’t as good.  I’m giving you what I’ve tried and tested to be true.  Just saying.  It's been a real chore to eat peach cobbler 4 or 5 times just to get the recipe EXACTLY right.  Lol.  OK, that is taking it a little far - it hasn’t exactly been a CHORE.  Lol, but I DID make it that many times testing it for this post.
  • The vanilla and almond flavorings are essential and a big trek from the original recipe.  Totally worth it.  Make sure to use the REAL extract and not the imitation.  
  • I am not one of those people who enjoy nuts in their cobbler - if you are - I am guessing that pecans or toasted almond slivers would work here, but really, just try it like written, I think you will like it.
  • If you are wanting cobbler for 4-6, double the recipe - no problems there.  
  • If you want to be fancy, you can even divide this cobbler into ramekins - just adjust your baking time - the baking time will be less.
  • Be forewarned.  This cobbler is like molten lava when it comes out of the oven and while you are going to WANT to put your face right in it - or shove it right in your mouth - don’t.  Be patient and let it cool just a little.  
  • This cobbler is EXCELLENT with a good quality vanilla ice cream.  
  • If you really want to be successful, I've found that these little Le Creuset baking dishes are the absolute perfect size for baking for 1 or 2 people.  You can click the photo to go straight over the Amazon (I'm an amazon affiliate and receive a commission if you purchase through this link).  I bought mine at Marshalls for a fraction of this price - you might want to look there too.

Nutrition

Nutrition Facts
Easy Peach Cobbler for Two
Amount Per Serving
Calories 664 Calories from Fat 270
% Daily Value*
Fat 30g46%
Saturated Fat 17g85%
Cholesterol 68mg23%
Sodium 612mg26%
Potassium 585mg17%
Carbohydrates 96g32%
Fiber 5g20%
Sugar 77g86%
Protein 7g14%
Vitamin A 1589IU32%
Vitamin C 16mg19%
Calcium 150mg15%
Iron 1mg6%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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***This post originally posted on March 27, 2017 and has been updated with “why this recipe works” step by step photos and instructions, tips and tricks, FAQ’s, nutrition information and updated instructions***

A VERSE TO SHARE

I’ve been suffering a little this week with my empty nest. My nest seems BIG and frankly, lonely. This old nest is WAY MORE ROOMY than it used to be! It has been used by some rowdy children – perhaps they stretched it.

For a number of years, my nest seemed WAY TOO SMALL. Some days, (most days, really) I couldn’t even use the restroom by myself. No peace found. Ever.

Somehow, after 25 years, little sticky hands wrapped around your pointer finger all the time feel quite normal. Squeals and screams peeling through the air don’t even raise your attention. Now, the quiet and solitude that fills my days seems very ABNORMAL.

Someone should be making a mess around here. AND Someone should be too noisy. Someone should be getting into something that they shouldn’t.

CLICK HERE to read the rest of this verse to share note…

Mark 1: 16-20

As Jesus walked beside the Sea of Galilee, he saw Simon and his brother Andrew casting a net into the lake, for they were fishermen. “Come, follow me,” Jesus said, “and I will send you out to fish for people.” At once they left their nets and followed him.

When he had gone a little farther, he saw James son of Zebedee and his brother John in a boat, preparing their nets. Without delay he called them, and they left their father Zebedee in the boat with the hired men and followed him.

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