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Bisquick™ Peach Cobbler Recipe

The Original Bisquick™ Peach Cobbler Recipe  revamped with fresh peaches and brown sugar. Still as good ( or better!) than the original! Original recipe is also included!

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This Bisquick™ Peach Cobbler Recipe is most likely something that your Grandma or Mom whipped up in the 1960’s or 70’s maybe even the 80’s – and we (the royal, collective WE, you and I, the people of the same awesome mostly sane mind) are okay with that.  Now I have changed the original Bisquick™ Peach Cobbler recipe to suit my needs and tastes- this is a fresh peach recipe, I wanted brown sugar for that amazing caramel taste- and I still used Bisquick™ . I have included the original Bisquick™ Peach Cobbler Recipe so that you have a choice in which you want to make!

Bisquick™ Peach Cobbler in a large red iron skillet

Original Bisquick™ Peach Cobbler Recipe Ingredients

Bisquick™ is fun,  easy and generally retro-licious to bake with, so don’t be one of those people telling me it’s “poison” <— dudes this has TOTALLY HAPPENED! I have been food blogging for 9 years and I STILL get surprised at the comments people leave, what a job I get to do!I have changed the recipe from the original one that uses canned peaches, so here are the ingredients for the original recipe. Simply just use them instead of mine and follow the same directions!

  • 1 cup Original Bisquick™ mix
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1/2 cup butter or margarine, melted
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 can (29 ounces) sliced peach, drained
close up of Original Bisquick™ Peach Cobbler in a red large skillet
Original Bisquick™ Peach Cobbler Recipe

Fresh Peach Cobbler

I had fresh peaches to use up, so fresh it was. I visited Davison Orchards in BC, and had a ton to use up!  I also don’t need a super sweet dish, and by using the fresh peaches and brown sugar it made for a really simple, excellent peach cobbler. I am not opposed to using canned peaches for a fantastic taste of sunshine in the middle of the winter months but there honestly is no use to using canned peaches in the middle of the summer – unless you are looking for the EXACT taste of what your Mom or your Grandma used to make. If you are looking for that retro taste that just cannot be duplicated with fresh peaches it’s okay. Go ahead and make it. Food, eating and recipes are supposed to be fun and non-judgmental – and I’m just going to go ahead and make sure that I uphold that philosophy on this little corner of the internet that I own. Poison my arse. Go ahead and use packaged ingredients in moderation and you darn well enjoy every single bite of it – no one gets out of this life journey alive, by the way, just in case you didn’t realize that.

Original Bisquick™ Peach Cobbler with Brown Sugar and peach slices
Original Bisquick™ Peach Cobbler Recipe with Brown Sugar

More Peach Recipes You Might Enjoy

So now that I have freed you to use a pre-made biscuit mix without hesitation, try the Bisquick Impossible Quiche as well, it is a simple and easy quiche recipe that is always a hit!

Happy baking!

Love,

Karlynn

Original Bisquick™ Peach Cobbler Recipe

The Original Bisquick™ Peach Cobbler Recipe  revamped with fresh peaches and brown sugar. Still as good ( or better!) than the original! Original recipe is also included!
4.86 from 137 votes
close up of Original Bisquick™ Peach Cobbler in a red large skillet
Prep Time
10 minutes
Cook Time
44 minutes
Total Time
54 minutes
Course
Dessert
Cuisine
American
Servings
8
Calories
254
Author
Karlynn Johnston

Ingredients
 

  • 1 cup biscuit baking mix of choice
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 cup salted butter
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 4-5 large ripe peaches sliced with skin on

Instructions
 

  • Preheat your oven to 375 °F.
  • Whisk together the baking mix milk, nutmeg and cinnamon. Pour in the melted butter and mix again. Pour into an ungreased 8×8 pan or a large cast iron skillet. 
  • Combine the peaches with the brown sugar, tossing to coat them well. Spoon onto the top of the Bisquick mixture in the pan carefully, trying to keep them on top if you can.
  • Place in the oven and bake for 40-50 minutes until golden brown and baked completely though. You can insert a toothpick into the baked part and see if it comes out clean.

Recipe Notes

Original Bisquick Peach Cobbler Recipe Ingredients

I have changed the recipe from the original one that uses canned peaches, so here are the ingredients for the original recipe. Simply just use them instead of mine and follow the same directions!
  • 1 cup Original Bisquick™ mix
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1/2 cup butter or margarine, melted
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 can (29 ounces) sliced peach, drained

Nutrition Information

Calories: 254kcal, Carbohydrates: 35g, Protein: 1g, Fat: 12g, Saturated Fat: 7g, Cholesterol: 33mg, Sodium: 122mg, Potassium: 219mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 34g, Vitamin A: 650IU, Vitamin C: 5mg, Calcium: 65mg, Iron: 0.4mg

All calories and info are based on a third party calculator and are only an estimate. Actual nutritional info will vary with brands used, your measuring methods, portion sizes and more.

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Karlynn Johnston

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  1. Kimberly Casto says

    I was wondering if the cinnamon was intentionally left out on the original recipe or just added to the one with fresh peaches? Does anyone know?

  2. Rosalie Grinstead says

    💭 sounds like a great recipe and I will be making it to day for my family.5 stars

  3. Granny smith says

    I’ve made this cobbler with both recipes. When using drained canned peaches you need the extra moisture. When you use peach pie filling there is a lot of extra moisture so avoid using the added milk etc. This isn’t brain surgery ladies .

  4. Gayle says

    Mine came out delicious! I even added on top of 4 peaches 1 pint of fresh blueberries!! Omg! Amazing! Plus sprinkled cinnamon in and on the cobbler!5 stars

  5. Marlene says

    Shouldn’t the fresh peaches go into the pan first after seasoned and then pour over the bisquick mix?

    • Gayle says

      No because the fruit is heavier than the batter and automatically sinks to the bottom. The batter than rises over the fruit.

  6. Patricia Mailliard says

    I have the old Bisquick cookbook, I I looked up the peach cobbler recipe and you are right. The original recipe only call for 1/4 cup milk and only one T. each of butter and sugar. I n addition, it used canned peach pie filling, not fresh or canned peaches in syrup or juice. The recipes are very different. Thanks for bringing this to folk’s attention.1 star

  7. Pat Evans says

    This recipe is a fraud. Don’t try it. One cup of bisquick and one cup of milk = soup.

    • Patricia Mailliard says

      I have the old Bisquick cookbook, I I looked up the peach cobbler recipe and you are right. The original recipe only call for 1/4 cup milk and only one T. each of butter and sugar. I n addition, it used canned peach pie filling, not fresh or canned peaches in syrup or juice. The recipes are very different. Thanks for bringing this to fool’s attention.1 star

    • Jennifer says

      I wish I would have seen your comment prior to making this. I have had it in the oven for 50 minutes and it looks awful. What a waste of fresh peaches 😭

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