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Looking for a quick and delicious fresh cobbler recipe? This easy peach cobbler with store-bought pie crust recipe only takes about 15 minutes to prepare. It has a perfect thick peach filling and a golden brown crust.

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In this step-by-step guide for making a peach cobbler with store-bought rolled pie crust. We will discuss using fresh peaches, canned peaches, or frozen peaches when making homemade cobbler. This way, no matter the time of year or the amount of time you have to spend in the kitchen, you can have a bubbling hot peach cobbler ready to serve. 

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Here Is Your Grocery List

Ingredients needed to make homemade peach cobbler with store-bought pie crust
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With just a few simple ingredients readily available at most grocery stores, you can create a delightful cobbler that’s bound to be a crowd-pleaser. 

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How To Use Pie Dough For Cobbler Crust

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Remove your boxed pie dough from the refrigerator. Carefully roll out one round sheet of the dough onto your counter or work surface. With a 12-inch ruler, make even marks the width of the ruler by pressing the ruler down on the pie crust. Do this all the way across the dough.

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Trimming The Dough

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Use a long, sharp knife to cut strips through the marks in the pie dough. Cut the pie crust dough into even-sized strips.

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    Begin To Weave The Dough

    Layer the first strip of pie crust on the cobbler
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    Add pie strips going in the opposite direction. Repeat until you have woven the pie crust strips into a basket pattern.

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    Add More Dough

    Weave the second layer of pie crust
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    Weave pie dough strips into a lattice form. 

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    Tidy It Up

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    Trim excess pie dough strips from around the edges of the baking dish.

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    Learn How To Make Fresh Peach Cobbler Filling

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    You can use pie dough bought from the store for any type of cobbler. Tap on through to my site and I will teach you how to make this amazing filling in no time at all.

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    Secret To Great Thick Cobbler

    The secret to not having a running cobbler
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    When fruit is simmered for a long time, such as when cooking jam, the natural pectin in fruit juices congeals and naturally creates a thick texture. However, pies and cobblers are not cooked long enough for the pectin to thicken the filling, so you will need to use something to help the fruit thicken up as it cooks.

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    Learn How To Make Amazing Peach Cobbler In A Snap

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    Learn all of my tips and secrets to working with store-bought pie dough, fresh peaches, canned or frozen, too. I will help you become the cobbler star of the family!

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