Do you love Peach Cobbler? Then I have the Best Peach Cobbler Recipe in Cast Iron Skillet recipe for you. This recipe has all the goodness of peach cobbler with the ease of making it in the cast iron skillet. One bite and you will be in love.
As spring starts and the warmer weather comes, I start thinking of peach cobbler. I associate it with summer. I think a lot of people do. While I love making peach cobbler with fresh peaches, sometimes it just isn’t an option. That is why I make this peach cobbler recipe using frozen peaches. It is inexpensive, just as healthy as fresh and I can make this cobbler recipe all year round. That is a score right there.
What to Serve with Peach Cobbler
Whenever I make dessert, whether it is for a special occasion or just because, I always want to make a delicious dinner. If you want to make a great dinner before serving this dessert, you can make:
- Slow Cooker Pork Chops and Potatoes
- Slow Cooker Mississippi Pot Roast
- Seared Ribeye Steak With Red Wine Pan Gravy
- Instant Pot Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings
- Hawaiian Chicken Kabobs
Does Bisquick Peach Cobbler Need to Be Refrigerated?
Storing Bisquick Peach Cobbler is like storing any other fruit pie. It is important to store the cobbler in the refrigerator. To store the cobbler in the refrigerator, make sure to wrap the pan in plastic or store it in an airtight container. This is to keep the air and moisture away from the cobbler. When you are storing the cobbler make sure it is cooled completely and at room temperature. If you wrap the Bisquick Peach Cobbler before it is cooled, the moisture will be trapped in the plastic wrap, leaving a soggy crust.
How Long Does Skillet Peach Cobbler
Most fruit desserts like fruit pies and fruit cobblers, including skillet peach cobbler, will stay good for two to three days. If the cobbler is not going to be eaten in a few days, consider freezing the cobbler right away, after cutting the amount you will be eating.
Can Old Fashioned Peach Cobbler be Frozen?
You can freeze your old fashion peach cobbler for up to eight months. This is a great way to use fresh peaches when they are in season and have fresh peach cobbler any time of the year.
Old fashion peach cobbler can be frozen before it is baked or afterward. If you are freezing the cobbler before you bake it, be sure it is wrapped well. I recommend using plastic or a freezer bag and then wrapping it with foil. This will keep it fresh and will help prevent freezer burn. Also, consider using a freezer and oven safe dish do that it creates less mess and is easier. Add 15- 20 minutes to the baking time to bake the dessert, or let it thaw and come to room temperature before baking.
If you are freezing the old fashion peach cobbler after it has been baked, consider freezing it in smaller portions. This makes it easier to freeze and it makes it easy to thaw out pieces of peach cobbler as needed.
How to Reheat Peach Cobbler
It is very easy to reheat skillet peach cobbler. Using the skillet if the cobbler is still in it or put it in it in an oven safe dish, start by heating the cobbler for 15 minutes at around 400 degrees. Reduce the heat to 350 and heat for about 20 minutes. It might take less time depending on how much cobbler you are reheating. Since the cobbler is already baked, your goal is only to heat the cobbler through.
Another option is to reheat smaller portions on the microwave.
Variations to this recipe
If you find that you have a lot of fresh peaches on hand and you are looking for ways to use them, you can use fresh peaches in this recipe. You will want to remove the skins before you start. Then cut them into the same size pieces as frozen peaches.
Serve this peach cobbler with a warm with vanilla ice cream or topped with whipped cream.
The Best Peach Cobbler Ingredients
- brown sugar
- frozen peaches
- Bisquick mix
- granulated sugar
How to Make Peach Cobbler
Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
Heat a cast-iron skillet over medium heat, add the butter and heat until melted. Add the brown sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg.
Mix until combined.
Add peaches and toss to coat.
Add the flour and cook as sauce thickens.
In a medium bowl, add Bisquick sugar and milk.
Mix until combined.
Top peach mixture with Bisquick mixture.
Bake for 15- 18 minutes, or until browned on top.
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- 4 tablespoons butter
- ½ cups brown sugar
- 1 tablespoon cinnamon
- ¼ teaspoon nutmeg
- 32-ounce package of frozen peaches
- 3 tablespoons flour
- 1 ½ cup Bisquick mix
- ¼ cup granulated sugar
- 2/3 cup milk
- Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
- Heat a cast iron skillet over medium heat, add the butter and heat until melted. Add the brown sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg.
- Mix until combined.
- Add peaches and toss to coat.
- Add the flour and cook as sauce thickens.
- In a medium bowl, add Bisquick sugar and milk.
- Mix until combined.
- Top peach mixture with Bisquick mixture.
- Bake for 15- 18 minutes, or until browned on top.
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