Slow cooker Peach Cobbler

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I’ve been craving peach cobbler for weeks and weeks and finally scored enough peaches at a good price to make cobbler. The only problem was that I didn’t want to turn on the oven. What to do? Make slow cooker peach cobbler! I had to adjust a few things from the usual peach cobbler recipe I use, but this slow cooker peach cobbler came out lovely. I am not embarrassed to say that me and only me ate 3/4ths of the crockpot-full delicacy. Lord help me.

Slow cooker Peach Cobbler

half stick butter or margarine
4 cups fresh peaches, peeled and sliced about 1/2 inch
1 tsp Vanilla Extract
1/2 cup sugar
1 cup all purpose flour
1 1/2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp cinnamon
pinch of nutmeg
1 cup milk
1 cup sugar

Turn your slow cooker to high. Some require you to turn it to low for 5 minutes and then turn to high, so look at your users manual. Place the butter in the insert and let melt(should take about half an hour).
While waiting for the butter to melt, peel and slice the peaches. Put 1/2 cup sugar, peaches and 1 tsp vanilla in a medium bowl. Toss to coat peaches.
In another bowl, place flour, baking powder, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg and 1 cup of sugar. Stir together.


Once you see the butter melted and bubbling, place the milk in the flour bowl and stir together.
Pour the milk and flour mixture into the slow cooker insert, slowly!


Then, pour the peaches on top of the batter, slowly!

Cover and let cook on high for 3 hours.
After 3 hours, sprinkle some sugar on top of cobbler and place a chopstick or the handle of a heat proof spatula under the lid. This will create the crusty top. Let cook for at least 30 more minutes.

Once done, top with cool whip or, my favorite, vanilla ice cream. Delicious!

This is a recipe for the easiest slow cooker peach cobbler ever. Yes, you can make peach cobbler in the slow cooker!

Want an easy slow cooker dinner to go with this dessert? Check out my slow cooker beer can chicken recipe.

Or are you looking for another way to use up those peaches? Check out my recipe for peachy chicken!

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  1. 8.27.09

    OH MY GOODNESS! I am now kicking myself for NOT getting the .88 a lb deal at A & P! I’m not sure if DH will eat it…but I sure will!

  2. 8.28.09
    Heather said:

    I never knew about crock pots requiring you to turn it to low for a few minutes and then to high….like warming up the car in the winter…ok, let’s not think about winter anymore ;).
    I’ll have to check my manual!

    Looks yummy! Eat some for me! I’ve been put on a no sugar diet…arghhh.

  3. 8.28.09
    Kathleen said:

    Heather: use splenda or other sugar substitute

  4. 8.29.09
    Amiyrah said:

    kathleen is right, heather: just use a sugar substitute. If you use splenda, you will have to lower the amount of sugar in the recipe because splenda and stivia are very sweet compared to regular sugar. I would say take a 1/4 out of each sugar part in the recipe. So, 1/4 splenda over the peaches and 3/4 in the batter.

  5. 8.29.09
    Lisa B. said:

    Crock pot peach cobbler is one of my favs! To make with Splenda you use half as much as what any recipe calls for in sugar. So 1 cup a sugar but only 1/2 cup splenda.

    I responded to your comment on my blog btw.

  6. 8.29.09
    Amiyrah said:

    oops! I meant truvia, not stivia. Stivia is the plant :o)

  7. 8.30.09
    Heather said:

    Thanks for the tips on the sugar substitutes!

  8. 8.30.09
    Kristen said:

    OMG I love peach cobbler, and I cannot wait to try this one…ohhh my mouth is watering now!

    PS I added you to my blog – Momof1anddog

  9. 9.6.09
    JennysMom said:

    *Drool* Amiyrah, Did you know that Jenny loves, loves, well, she loves peach cobbler?
    And to think that I could make it in my crock pot! The next time she comes home from college, I’m gonna surprise her. I’ll tell her to pick up the top of the crock pot and look inside. When she sees that’s it’s peach cobbler, she’ll think she died and went to heaven!
    Seriously, I will get the “Hero of the Day Award”. Mahalo!

  10. 9.10.11
    rachel said:

    How do you know it is done?

  11. 9.13.11
    Amiyrah said:

    After the 30 minutes where it develops the crusty top, it’s done. Simple!

  12. 10.21.11

    The sides of the peach cobbler were burnt! How do you stop it from burning?

  13. 10.22.11
    Amiyrah said:


    like any other slow cooker recipe, you have to know how your cooker operates. Some cook faster than others, like actual Crockpots, so you will have to keep an eye out for your meals during the last 30 minutes of the recipe. I’d say shave 30 minutes off of your time next time and make sure to tilt the top open for 20 minutes, tops. Hope that helps!

  14. 7.24.12
    Anna Schneiderman said:

    OMG so so so amazing. nom nom nom

  15. 8.12.12
    Anonymous said:

    Can you double or triple this recipe for the larger family? Would you have to adjust the cooking time?

  16. 8.15.12
    Amiyrah said:


    Ive never tried to double the recipe, but you could always make another one in a second slow cooker.

  17. 10.16.12
    Ashley said:

    I was wondering if peaches could be substituted with apples and if the amounts would be the same?

  18. 10.16.12
    Amiyrah said:


    Absolutely! I use apples instead of peaches every fall and winter. I hope you enjoy.

  19. 6.26.13
    megan said:

    get in my stomach !
    Xo, Megan,

    • 6.26.13
      Amiyrah said:

      Ha Megan! It’s an awesome recipe and so dang easy.

  20. 7.8.13

    found this on twitter feed. pinned for later. thank you. Vicki.

  21. 7.22.13
    Katherine said:

    Can you use black berries instead of peaches? I love peach cobbler, but black berry is my absolute favorite!

    • 7.22.13
      Amiyrah said:

      I’ve never tried this with blackberries, so feel free to try and let me know how it turns out :).

  22. 8.4.13
    Bernjam said:

    Today, I am making this for the second time along with some no churn vanilla ice cream. Yum!

  23. 8.5.13
    Julie said:

    We made this with some of the peaches of our white peach tree today – subbed coconut oil instead of butter and WOW!!! The best cobbler I’ve ever had, thank you!

    • 8.5.13
      Amiyrah said:

      That’s awesome, Julie! Subbing coconut oil for butter sounds heavenly. We’ll have to try that next.

  24. 6.3.15
    Renée said:

    How about a crust or topping

    • 6.4.15
      Amiyrah said:

      It creates it’s own crust. It’s heavenly!

  25. 7.27.15
    Lee said:

    How do I know how many pounds of peaches make 4-cups??? And since I’m not good at picking ripe peaches can u use frozen peaches?? Thanks

    • 7.28.15
      Amiyrah said:

      Hi Lee! It all depends on the size of the peaches. If I get very large ones, I can yield 4 cups of peaches with just 3 pounds. I say, go with about 5 pounds of peaches to start with, and if you have too many, you can always just eat the leftovers :). As for frozen peaches, you most certainly can substitute them. Just keep in mind that they may produce more sauce, due to the ice.