Butter Biscuit Peach Cobbler Recipe
Southern-style peach cobbler just like grandma used to make is made with buttery biscuits baked into a peach filling and topped with flaky pie crust.
I only made slight changes like making home made biscuits for the dumplings. Otherwise, this looks and tastes like the same recipe my mama and her people used in North and South Carolina. I picked many a peach from the backyard tree when I was a boy, so that Mama would make rhis cobbler. It went great with the vanilla ice cream. I'm 63 and retired now. Thanks for the memories and the great recipe. Peace. Antar1954
I dipped biscuits in butter then rolled in cinnamon brown sugar before putting them on top.. looks good smells great hope y he family enjoys it tomorrow for thanksgiving
Smells heavenly as it bakes, wasn’t sure if the peaches should be drained so used half of liquid. Topped with butter pecan ice cream. YUM
Instead of pie crust I used an oatmeal crumble on top, so good the family made me make more the next night, now a family favorite
Very easy recipe yielding delicious feel good comfort dish of days gone by! I’ve made it twice now and my only comment is that the recipe didn’t specify whether or not the peaches should be drained. I’m more of a cook than a baker so most probably got that without the specifics. I will say it was much better when I didn’t drain the peaches. Thank you for sharing your wonderful family desert recipe with the rest of us!
My Mom used to make peach cobber that was always...well...yucky to be honest. And so I never thought I liked peach cobbler. Fast forward many years and my hubs asks for peach cobbler. This recipe is outstanding and I made it exactly as it reads. I thought it was a little time consuming doing the biscuits but after tasting it I've decided it wasn't time consuming at all. Heaven!
Good but I would use half a can of biscuits next time
Leaving to shop for the ingredients, but to me this is the ONLY style that can be called a cobbler! It has drops of yummy dough in the filling! Yum!