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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

So- Easy- Can't- Stop- Eating- It Peach Cobbler

"That was you who made the peach cobbler wasn't it? 
I was the one who had to clean all the dishes and when 
no one was lookin' I licked the dish clean!"
Funny right?! One of the elderly ladies in our ward told me that the day after our ward party. On a table full of desserts this was the first to go! You can make it too and be the hit of the next party!

You will need:
2 cans of country peach pie filling
One box of vanilla cake mix (I used classic white in this particular time, but I like vanilla better)
and a lot of butter (I used my country crock, it might have been equal to 1 1/2 sticks of butter)
Dump the pie filling in the dish, dump the cake mix on top, and cover the surface area with little pats of butter (it looks neater if you have a stick pf butter that you slice up and plop on, I just used a spoon to dish mine out of the butter tub)

Cook on 350 for 40-45 minutes but start checking at 35 minutes. The butter should be completely melted, the top should begin to turn a golden color and the pie filling should start to bubble through the sides.

Here is a close up of the crust and the bubbly pie filling:

mmm . . . so good. It can be served alone or with ice cream or whip cream. (My husband saw me writing this post and said, "Did you just make some?!" He was sad when he realized that these were pictues from the ward party:))

You can do the same thing with cherry pie filling or apple pie filling. I usually make cherry cobbler using vanilla cake mix, but I have also made it with chocolate cake mix on occasion and it is quite a decadent treat!

Happy cooking!
xoxo, Amy


  1. Thank you.. Chris has been begging me to make this. :) Can't wait to try it out.

  2. I just made this with apple filling and french vanilla cake mix! We will be eating it in a little bit. I hope it tastes as yummy as it smells!!