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Are you craving homemade peach cobbler for Memorial Day but don’t feel like making a pretty crust? I’ll teach you how to use store-bought crust to make the perfect fresh homemade peach cobbler! I’ll also share some of my personal favorite Southern peach cobbler recipes.

Let’s Make Homemade Cobbler The Easy Way

Homemade Peach Cobbler and what you need to make it.
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In this step-by-step guide for making a peach cobbler with store-bought rolled pie crust, I am going to make it even easier for you.

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Grocery List For Peach Cobbler

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 Easily Peel Peaches

Peaches in an ice bath so the skin comes off
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If you use fresh peaches to make peach cobbler, they do require a little bit more work, but it’s so worth it in the end. Here’s an easy method that I use to simplify the process of removing the peels.

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The Secret To Thick Cobbler

The secret to not having a running cobbler
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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. Here is the secret!

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Cobbler Filling Ready To Be Baked

Cobbler in a baking dish with pats of butter on top
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Add the peach cobbler filling to your baking pan. Use a rubber spatula to scrape all the sugar and tapioca out of the bowl. Lay the slices of butter on top of the peaches.

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Using Raw Store Bought Pie Dough For Cobbler Topping

Store-bought pie crust being cut into strips
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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.

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Pie Dough Strips Cobbler Topping

Layer the first strip of pie crust on the cobbler
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Carefully lay the strips of raw pie dough across the dish of peach cobbler.

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Weaving Cobbler Dough

Weave the second layer of pie crust
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Pull back every other strip. Add pie strips going in the opposite direction. Repeat until you have woven the pie crust strips into a basket pattern. Trim the edges.

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Serve With Ice Cream and A Spoonful Cobbler

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A good peach cobbler needs to have a perfect balance of sweetness and tartness in the peach filling, along with a flaky, golden-brown top crust.

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Peach Cobbler or Self-Saucing Pudding

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Old Fashioned Peach Cobbler boasts layers of juicy peaches under a crispy cake like topping. This Southern cobbler is simple to make and will quickly become a new favorite. 

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Southern Peach Cake Cobbler Recipe

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Add sweet peaches to a buttery cake and create a scrumptious peach cobbler cake. A thin layer of butter on the bottom transforms a simple batter into a peach dessert you’ll be making over and over again.

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Southern Blackberry Cobbler with Peaches (optional Bourbon!)

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Combine sweet blackberries and Southern peaches in a cobbler that’s perfect for any occasion. A little bourbon adds a nice twist to this cake-like dessert that’s bursting with fruit. A blackberry dessert you can enjoy all year long with frozen fruit when fresh is no longer available.

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