Recipe: Peach Cobbler For A Late Night Snack

Peach Cobbler

Want to make a peach cobbler your family and guests will line up for? Do you need an excuse to sneak down to the kitchen late at night and enjoy a mommy snack alone? Try this yummy treat!

Peach Cobbler:

Prep Time:  30 mins

Cook Time:  35 mins

What You Need:

Two 29 oz cans of sliced peaches in heavy syrup

3/4 cup of brown sugar

3/4 cup of white sugar

1 stick of butter (or margarine)

1 tbsp of Cinnamon

1 tsp of Nutmeg

1 tsp of Vanilla extract

4 deep-dish pie crusts

9×13 baking pan

Rolling pin




  1. If frozen, thaw out pie crusts until they are cool to the touch (not warm and gooey) and heat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Open both cans of peaches, drain most of the juice from each can, and place peaches into a medium saucepan on top of stove.
  3. Combine sugar, butter, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Vanilla and stir.
  4. Cook on high and bring to a boil. (Optional:  take a knife and gently slice peaches and butter into smaller cubes).
  5. Reduce heat to medium and cook for an additional 10 minutes.

Bottom Crust:

  1. Take 2 pie crusts and combine them into a ball.  With a rolling pin, roll the dough flat and thin into the shape of the pan (doesn’t have to be perfect). Tip: you may want to sprinkle a little flour onto your surface first so that the dough does not stick.
  2. Take the crusts and cover the bottom and sides of the banking pan.  You may need to pinch the crust to stretch it.  Make sure all surfaces are covered evenly.
  3. Pour the cooked peach filling into the pan.

Top Lattice:

  1. Take the remaining 2 pie crusts and combine them into a ball.  With a rolling pin, roll the dough flat and thin.
  2. Cut out even strips to cover the length and width of the pan.
  3. As you cut each strip, you can begin to weave each one into a lattice on wax paper or a cutting board as you go.  If you do not wish to weave, simply lay the strips onto the pie, one row on top of the other.  Then skip to step 6
  4. The finished lattice should be the same size of your pan.
  5. Carefully and quickly flip the lattice onto the top of your cobbler.
  6. Sprinkle a tad of white sugar evenly across the top.  This will create a decadent sparkle affect.

Bake & Serve:

  1. Place the peach cobbler into the oven and bake at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes, or until crust turns golden-brown.
  2. You may serve hot, or wait until it cools.

Top Secret Tip:  This peach cobbler tastes great with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!




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