I love baking. It’s my first and last love, and no matter how tedious the recipe I try, I know I will always love the outcome.
As much as I love trying new recipes and perfecting classics, no matter how long they take, you all know I don’t like spending too much time in the kitchen on a day to day basis. Shortcuts are my best friends, as long as they don’t compromise on flavor. This peach cobbler is said shortcut recipe that doesn’t compromise on flavor. I got this recipe from my sister, and she’s all too proud of it because I’m the pastry chef in the family, but the recipe is worth her gloating!
Here’s what you’ll need:
2 15 oz cans of sliced peaches in syrup
1 box vanilla or white cake mix (I prefer Betty Crocker)
1 cup butter
Preheat your oven to 360F. Grease a 9×13 pyrex dish (it’s ok if it’s a little smaller).
Pour out the peaches into the dish, reserving some of the syrup to use later.
Spread over the dry cake mix, making sure it’s evenly distributed.
Cut the butter into thin slices and spread evenly over the top. Then pour the remaining syrup over the top, spreading it out as much as possible.
That’s all. Literally. A child could make this, and you can too.
Bake for about 30-40 minutes, or until the center is set and slightly golden brown. It really depends on your oven, so I would say check it after 25 wish minutes.
Serve piping hot with vanilla icee cream or whipped cream, or serve room temperature. You an even eat it straight. out of the dish while it’s in the fridge, I know I have!