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Bisquick Peach Cobbler: the easy recipe for a classic ’60s dessert

Total time: 1H15
Difficulty: Low
Serves: 8 people
By Cookist
1 cup
1 cup
Ground nutmeg
1/2 tsp
butter, melted
1/2 cup
1 cup
sliced peaches
1 can (29 ounces)

Peach fans will definitely want to learn this Bisquick peach cobbler recipe – it's a much faster, easier way to make than the classic peach cobbler, taking just a few steps to prep. Bisquick peach cobbler is a summery dessert that first came about in the 1960s when using Bisquick as a shortcut in baking became massively popular. With just 6 ingredients, Bisquick peach cobbler is a perfect last-minute dessert you can throw together and bake in no time at all. This classic dessert is a much-loved favorite that is ideal for summer. Serve it at barbecues, picnics, or Fourth of July parties, and wow your guests.

How to Make Bisquick Peach Cobbler

To make this delicious Bisquick peach cobbler start by mixing Bisquick, milk and nutmeg, then add and mix butter. In another bowl, combine sugar and peaches, then ladle it over the batter. Now it's time to bake it for up 60 minutes at 375°F. Let it cool before serving. Enjoy!


Tips for Making the Best Bisquick Peach Cobbler

– For a sweet crunch, sprinkle coarse sugar over the top of your cobbler before baking it.

– When they're in season, you can use fresh peaches instead.

– If you enjoy extra spice, add a dash of cinnamon to the batter.

How to Store and Freeze Bisquick Peach Cobbler

Cover and refrigerate any leftover peach cobbler. Enjoy it within 4 to 5 days. For long-term storage, wrap and put your cobbler in an airtight container and freeze for up to 3 to 4 months.


Preheat your oven to 375°F.

In a baking dish, mix Bisquick, milk, and nutmeg until just combined. Pour and mix in the butter.

In a separate bowl, combine sugar and peaches, then ladle it over the batter.

Bake for 50 to 60 minutes, or until the cobbler turns golden brown.


Whole milk will give you the best flavor and texture in your peach cobbler. However, you can substitute reduced-fat milk if you wish or use non-dairy alternatives.

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