Ooey-Gooey Peach Cobbler

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I found this ooey-gooey peach cobbler recipe on the site Baking Like Betty. It is quick and easy using canned peaches and a cake mix. My husband absolutely loved it. He even went back for seconds. For me it was good, but nothing beats a good made from scratch cobbler. This one was a little too sugary for me. I love a good cakey type cobbler with a nice buttery and crisp top.

If any of you have ever heard of Homemade Gourmet mixes, they have a great mix for Texas Cobbler. If any of my readers in Texas have a recipe from scratch that is like the Homemade Gourmet Texas cobbler, I will be eternally grateful for it. Now granted, I will want to use canned pie filling or canned peaches for the fruit, but I want to be able to make the cobbler part from scratch. I will probably make this again to make my hubby happy. Maybe I try it without the cinnamon sugar topping. You could just mix the cinnamon into the cake mix to get that cinnamon flavor in there still, or mix it with the peaches. It is also a good way to use canned peaches too.

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Here is what you need to make the

Ooey-Gooey Peach Cobbler

  • CANNED PEACHES
  • YELLOW CAKE MIX
  • BUTTER
  • SUGAR
  • CINNAMON
  • NUTMEG
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Ooey-Gooey Peach Cobbler

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Ingredients
  

  • 2 15 oz cans of peaches or 1 large can
  • 1 box yellow cake mix
  • ½ cup butter melted
  • 3 Tbsp sugar
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • ½ tsp nutmeg

Instructions
 

  • Preheat oven to 375. Grease 13x9 baking dish with butter.
  • Pour peaches and juice into dish. Pour cake mix evenly across fruit layer. Gently press down cake mix so that it soaks into the peach juice, but do not stir. It is very important to make sure all the cake mix is pressed into the juice, or it will not get “cakey”, but stay “powdery”. Drizzle melted butter across cake mix.
  • Dust everything with sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg (I mix these together and then put it on top). Drag knife through mixture to gently combine. Bake for about 40-50 minutes or until a golden brown crust appears. Serve warm with whipped or ice cream (I prefer ice cream).
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24 Comments

  1. This was the easiest thing I’ve ever made! It looked wonderful out of the oven and tastes wonderful! My husband took first and seconds on the first trip!

  2. This was the easiest thing I’ve ever made! It looked wonderful out of the oven and tastes wonderful! My husband took first and seconds on the first trip!

  3. What would happen if i used chocolate cake mix?? My fiance will NOT eat peach cobbler… i thought maybe if i made this he might try it??

  4. What would happen if i used chocolate cake mix?? My fiance will NOT eat peach cobbler… i thought maybe if i made this he might try it??

  5. Oh my goodness I have such an awkward story about a recipe kinda like this one. Im not much of a chef, which is why I stick to easy recipes! It goes without saying that my delectable concoction didn’t go as anticipated and we ended up ordering out…oh well, lesson learned (don’t substitute, follow the directions) and next time it’ll be a lot yummy-er.

  6. Oh my goodness I have such an awkward story about a recipe kinda like this one. Im not much of a chef, which is why I stick to easy recipes! It goes without saying that my delectable concoction didn’t go as anticipated and we ended up ordering out…oh well, lesson learned (don’t substitute, follow the directions) and next time it’ll be a lot yummy-er.

  7. This is very similar to a recipe my mom has been making since I was little! We use about half the butter and none of the extra sugar or spices. But we do sometimes add a sprinkle of nuts and/or coconut on the top before the drizzle of butter. Also, we sometimes reserve some of the peach juice to drizzle on top too.

    It’s been a family favorite for years!

  8. This is very similar to a recipe my mom has been making since I was little! We use about half the butter and none of the extra sugar or spices. But we do sometimes add a sprinkle of nuts and/or coconut on the top before the drizzle of butter. Also, we sometimes reserve some of the peach juice to drizzle on top too.

    It’s been a family favorite for years!

  9. I loooooove peach cobbler, so this easy recipe will be a fun one to try! From scratch is almost always best, but when I need a quick fix of sweetness, I always turn to cake mix or those break-and-bake cookies…

  10. I loooooove peach cobbler, so this easy recipe will be a fun one to try! From scratch is almost always best, but when I need a quick fix of sweetness, I always turn to cake mix or those break-and-bake cookies…

  11. I’m a native Texan, and I recommend you visit southernplate.com for a good peach cobbler recipe. She resides in Alabama, but I still love all of her recipes. Also, you could use pie crust as the dough for cobbler as an alternative. Both ways are so good.

  12. I’m a native Texan, and I recommend you visit southernplate.com for a good peach cobbler recipe. She resides in Alabama, but I still love all of her recipes. Also, you could use pie crust as the dough for cobbler as an alternative. Both ways are so good.