Southern-Style Peach Cobbler Recipe

Ready in: 60 mins


  • Pie crust
  • Frozen peaches
  • Brown sugar
  • Cinnamon
  • Nutmeg
  • Butter
  • Lemon juice
  • Vanilla
  • Cinnamon sugar
  • Vanilla extract
  • Pie crust
  • Egg white


1Okay so we’re going to start with our pie crust here this is a pie crust that I use for all of my pies and cobblers and things like that.

2Alright now for my other pie crust I’m gonna roll this out as well. so I rolled that I’m gonna make eight little strips here for my top crust.

3Okay I’m gonna cover this up. I’m gonna put it in the fridge until it is ready to use it’s ready to go but you know. we’re gonna work on the filling. so we’re gonna pop that in the fridge. All right I’m gonna add my frozen peaches into a bowl. just like that and then we’re going to add some sugar to kind of sweeten things up a little bit.

4I put like brown sugar and cinnamon and nutmeg. I put a ton of stuff in there but for this one I want to keep it really simple. I wanted the tartness and the sweetness. I didn’t want all that extra stuff so yeah just some sugar there. Go ahead and toss it around get those peaches well cultured in that sugar and they were gonna leave it and let it fall out and then once it has spun out .

5You would have this beautiful little syrupy goodness right here. Now we’re gonna add just a little bit of butter I kind of added too much thing.okay little butter and as soon as you add this butter in there it’s gonna like solidify. so don’t be alarmed by the speckles okay. I’m going to add in some lemon juice and then I’m gonna add in some vanilla extract.

6All right it just like Oh perfect. okay that looks great go ahead and toss it around all right and next we’re going to do is. I’m going to add a little bit of cinnamon sugar into the bottom of my little prepared pie crust dump those peaches in there leave the juice. we don’t need the extra juice in that bowl. so don’t put that extra juice in it.

7IOkay so now we’re gonna brush the top coat with a little bit more the top crust with a little bit of egg white. just to give it this gotta give it a really pretty color when it bakes.Then I’ll add sprinkler with the leftover cinnamon sugar just like that looks good. Pretty we’re gonna bake it at 400 for 30 minutes and then we’re going to reduce the heat to 350 cover it and bake it for another 25 minutes and then beautiful gorgeous. beautiful peach cobbler.

8And so good let it cool off and then dig and it was so good you guys so good and yes let me tell you this is a southern peach cobblers not peach pie okay. I have a fresh peach pie coming up but this is a cobbler honey and there was like a debate.