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Old Fashioned Peach Cobbler

Old fashioned peach cobbler gives you that great peach cobbler taste passed down from your great-great-great grandmother. This homemade old fashioned peach cobbler recipe is sure to bring back nice memories of old-time dessert taste.

  • 4 cups sliced peaches, canned or fresh
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1/2 cup margarine or butter, melted
  • 1 dash of nutmeg
  • Cinnamon, to taste
  • 1/4 teaspoon allspice
  • 1/2 cup water (if using canned peaches)
  1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl. Place in unbaked pie shell and cover with crust.
  2. Place fork holes or knife slices so steam may leave pie; sprinkle top with sugar.
  3. Bake for approximately 45 minutes in 325 degrees F oven.

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It never ceases to amaze me how many people come here and gripe! Good grief. If you want a cobbler recipe search the site for one or better yet read the rest of this as at the bottom of the recipe it gives you 30 more cobbler recipes.!!!!! This is actually a true cobbler look it up.

Nope. Not a "true" cobbler. Maybe a "sort of" cobbler or "what my family calls" cobbler. Only one definition could remotely call this cobbler. The other dozen or so that I read all have key characteristics that do not fit this dish. The bottom crust is most disqualifying. Several also refer to a deep dish. It is fruit, cobbler is usually fruit. I'm sure this is a yummy pie.

Gee - I wonder why they are not responding to our comments? Truthfully - I WANT COBBLER!!!!

This is a cobbler. Look up the word cobbler, because there are lots of kinds of cobblers. Ruby Brown

I am very disappointed in this sight because they frequently do not give you the complete recipe or instructions. And, I agree, these ingredients are for a PIE and NOT for a COBBLER. Who proofreads this stuff anyway? I would be glad to offer my services doing so. It would save a lot of people a lot of frustration!

Is there no flour or baking mix in this recipe?????

No, there is no flour or baking mix in this recipe. -- RecipeLion editor

This is not a cobbler it's a PIE!!

Very Tastey

do you drain can of peaches....why add water....can you use bottom crust?


Recipe clearly states to pour into an "unbaked pie shell" - which means a prepared pie crust. I'd think water would be added if you did NOT use canned peaches, not the reverse.

Hi thebevanator2aolcom, I'm not sure exactly why that is. Can you please send a more detailed explanation of what's happening to our customer service? Here is the link:

I have a comment...i am trying to register to this account and it will not accept me...what's up? the

Missing a few instructions? And I agree, it's a pie.

This is not a cobbler. It is a PIE.


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