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Do you want your guests to go crazy over your baking skills? Then this dessert is for you! This 5 ingredient Peach Cobbler recipe is to die for and so easy to make!
Yes, I’m a good Southern belle. No I don’t like warm weather.
Some people live for summer. The tropical breezes, the longer days and sun kissed tan.
Me? I get migraines from the sun. I do not perspire. I sweat.
I want my air conditioning and I’m perfectly fine if my tan comes from a bottle.
Yet one of my fondest childhood memories involves summers at the beach.
My family didn’t have much money while I was growing up. My dad was a used car salesman (insert joke here) and my mom was a secretary, They worked hard and loved us but there wasn’t a lot of extra.
One thing was guaranteed, though. Every summer we were going somewhere in our pop up trailer. (Those are a couple of unhappy looking teenagers!)
My parents loved Myrtle Beach, SC. Their best friends from high school lived there and we headed to the local campground there most every summer.
Of course, we parked waaaayyy back from the ocean in the
cheap seats shady area, which meant an extra long walk to the beach.
With all the stuff. You know. THE STUFF. Chairs, towels, sunscreen, books, water, toys.
As a little kid it was just exhausting. Of course, I had no idea what it was really like until I became a parent. My mom has passed away now but I still apologize for all the whining!
Our family had a great time in that pop up trailer, especially when my mom got to laughing around bedtime.
We never knew what would set her off but she’d start chortling and giggling like a school girl until she was rattling and shaking that trailer!
Best memories of childhood ever. Pure bliss.
After a busy week of fun in the sun we’d head back home and stop off at one of those fruit stands that are prevalent near the beach.
Ripe peaches with juice that dribbled down my chin were coming home with us as a little reminder of summer fun.
Now I’m giving you my favorite Peach Cobbler recipe to create your own sweet memories of summertime.
A no fail, scrumptious, please make us another one, Mom, kinda recipe.
Yep, it’s that good and that easy. And the best thing is you can use any type of fruit, fresh, frozen or canned.
Now go crawl in bed with your kids and giggle till the bed shakes!
(Want to create great family memories of your own? Here’s why I think it’s important to take a family vacation and my top seven tips for a successful family vacation.)
If you’d like more easy dessert recipes try my Easy No Bake Strawberry Pie, Quick and Easy Brownie Bites, or Oreo Dirt Cake.
5 Ingredient Peach Cobbler Recipe
5 Ingredient Peach Cobbler Reicpe
- 1 stick butter
- 1 cup sugar
- 3/4 cup self-rising flour
- 3/4 cup milk
- 2 cups fruit fresh, canned or frozen, sweetened to taste
- Heat oven to 350 degrees. Melt butter in a medium or large Pyrex baking dish.
- Stir sugar and flour together in a bowl. Add milk and stir.
- Pour over melted butter but do not stir.
- Pour the fruit on top and bake for 1 hour.
May use margarine instead of butter.
I used a pie plate.
Could easily double this recipe for a 9×13 dish.
This sounds like a recipe my Mom used to make. I got some frozen peaches on my last grocery pickup and have a crockpot cobbler to try.
Hi, Rosemary. I have to eat more healthy these days but I do love an easy dessert! Thanks for sharing!
Hi Marty! Love your family vacation story about going to the beach!! We had a pop-up trailer and I still remember the mosquito netting sides and lying in bed bundled in my sleeping bag and listening to the crickets and seeing stars above the pine trees… Camping has been a HUGE part of my life and thankfully my husband and I took our kids out camping a lot with Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, then the 3 1/2 years we lived in our two trailers… That was up to a year ago when we bought our Texas home. <3 Oh, and the pie? Yes!!! Looks delicious and perfect to go along with a good story… 😉 And peach season is coming soon… :)'
Happy spring to you! Stay well,
Hi, Barbara. Aren’t childhood vacation memories the best? Loved our pop-up trailer but it was definitely a tight space at times, especially when it rained!
This looks so good! We used to go RVing as a kid too. We went all over NC where my parents are from. Thanks for sharing your memories!
I think I’ve mentioned this, Kim, but my maiden name is Purvis. Where is your husband from? We have Purvis relatives all over NC!
His family is from south GA. I get asked about the Purvis name all the time. So many Purvis’ out there. They have to be all related. My Family is Ivey, Millers & Currins all from NC.
There are definitely lots of Purvises around! I always wanted a more “normal” name when I got married and I got it!
Oh my goodness, I don’t know what I enjoyed more, your beautiful memories or this yummilicious peach cobbler recipe. I can’t wait to try it
That’s so sweet, Michelle. I hope you enjoy the recipe!
Can’t wait to give this a try! Looks yummy!
Hope you enjoy it, Lori!
Looks wonderful, going to make it for dinner tonight. Thank you!
Hey, Jane. How did the cobbler turn out?
This was a fail! I used a 9” high side pie pan. After the first five minutes I knew there would be a problem! The flour, sugar mixture started to rise and all of the buttery mixture oozed out! What a mess!
Looks yummy! I love making cobblers.
Looks so good and easy. Love easy!