You Can Make Classic Peach Cobbler In About An Hour Using Bisquick
Yum! This is the perfect end-of-summer dessert!
Searching for the perfect send-off to summer? This classic cobbler recipe should do just the trick! Perhaps the best part about this recipe is you don’t have to be a baker extraordinaire to pull it off — there’s no homemade crust or hours of time in the kitchen required here. Instead, all you’ll need is a box of Bisquick mix, milk, butter, sugar, ground nutmeg and the last of those ripe, summer peaches.
The recipe from Betty Crocker will help you create the most delicious dessert with minimal effort. All in all, it’ll take just one hour and 10 minutes (including prep time) to serve up a piping hot peach cobbler treat that’s just begging to be topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Bisquick is available in almost any grocery store and it can be used to make pancakes, cobbler and more.
Start by stirring together the Bisquick mix, milk and nutmeg and pouring the mixture into a greased baking dish. Next, add the butter and blend all together. Last but not least, combine the sugar and peaches and pour the peaches on top of the mixture. Finally, pop this in the oven to bake.
Pouring the peaches on top of the mixture will create pockets of crust and peaches, ensuring that each and every bite has the perfect amount of peach cobbler flavor.
Once baked, you’ll have one decadent sweet to eat!
This video from the Betty Crocker YouTube channel shows you exactly what you’re in for:
Peach Cobbler In The Slow Cooker
For an even more hands-off approach, you can also make a simple peach cobbler in your slow cooker.
This method, based on a recipe from Betty Crocker, takes about three hours, but requires little to no effort on your part. Simply mix all of the ingredients, toss everything into the slow cooker and let it work its magic. Not only will this free up your oven for other cooking needs, but it’ll smell amazing in the process!
If you want to get a little creative with this easy recipe, you can swap out the type of fruit you’re using. Try whatever fresh fruit you have on hand: blueberries, blackberries and even strawberries can all make delicious substitutions.
This video from the Kitchen Nostalgia YouTube channel shows how you can even create a cinnamon-filled apple cobbler version when you use sliced apples instead of peaches and create a cinnamon glaze to coat them:
There’s no better way to cap off the summer season than with a fruit-filled cobbler. So, who’s ready to start baking?