Peach Breakfast Cobbler
Oh, my! Peach Breakfast Cobbler is another of my delicious Breakfast Cobbler recipes! My original recipe has cherry pie filling. I’ve also made a Blueberry Breakfast Cobbler, a Strawberry, an Apple Cranberry, and a Pumpkin Breakfast Cobbler–all of which turned out incredibly scrumptious! Now, here is Peach Breakfast Cobbler, and for someone who loves peaches as their favorite fruit, this cobbler recipe also is spectacular.
It starts with a quick and easy cake batter crust layer (from a box mix), then peach pie filling is spooned over top, then a streusel layer with remaining cake mix and butter is sprinkled over top. Once the cobbler is finished baking, a powdered sugar glaze is drizzled over top. Yum, yum, yum!
I am so glad Janna Hopson brought her delicious Breakfast Cobbler to our weekly Sunday school class breakfast feast somewhere in the early 2000s. Our class demolished that cobbler and I have since made her version and my versions of the recipe many, many times. No matter what filling I use the cobbler always comes out sensational.
I made a batch of Peach Breakfast Cobbler for our church’s Ladies’ Retreat last weekend. Then I sent home a tray of assorted breakfast cobblers that I made that day including this one with a friend. Her husband took the tray to his police station in downtown Dallas. At first his coworkers kind of just stared at the tray, not quite willing to take a chance. But once one brave soul had a bite and realized how good it was, the plate was cleaned out almost immediately. They loved it and so will you!
This recipe is quick and easy, and if you follow the directions I don’t see how it can fail. If you’re looking for a fantastic breakfast entree to wow your company, or you have a special occasion breakfast you want to make this for (especially holiday breakfasts), then this no-fail recipe is for you. It’s a double win if you enjoy peaches as much as I do!
Peach Breakfast Cobbler is amazing!
This breakfast entree is half coffeecake and half cobbler. Yum.
I love the ease of this recipe. It really goes together quickly. Each bite is filled with peaches from the peach pie filling. Drool! 🙂
Here’s what I did.
I used these ingredients.
Measure 1 1/2 cups of the cake mix, egg, and water and stir to combine.
Spray a 9×13″ glass baking dish with cooking spray. Spread cake mixture into prepared pan.
Spoon peach pie filling over top of the batter as evenly as possible. That way the peaches don’t end up in clumps but are placed throughout the dish.
Blend remaining cake mix with butter until coarse crumbs form.
Sprinkle streusel topping over top of the peach pie filling layer.
Bake at 350 for 30-45 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. (It may have pie filling but no batter on the toothpick).
I’ve had these cobblers cook in as little as 30 minutes but because I was cooking multiple cobblers at once it took about 45 minutes before this one was done. Allow cobbler to cool.
Mix powdered sugar with as little water as necessary to get a good spreading consistency. The key is a thick powdered sugar glaze because a thin one will dissolve into the cobbler and it won’t look like there’s a glaze on the cobbler at all!
Drizzle glaze over top of cobbler.
Cut dish into 4×5 for a total of 20 slices.
This breakfast entree will be more gooey than most coffeecakes because it is a cobbler not a coffeecake.
You and your family will be in seventh heaven after eating a bite of Peach Breakfast Cobbler !
Here’s the recipe.
PEACH BREAKFAST COBBLER
(Recipe adapted from Janna Hopson, when we attended Hillcrest Baptist Church, Cedar Hill, TX)
- 1 box yellow cake mix
- 2/3 cup water or milk
- 2 eggs
- 1 can peach pie filling (any fruit flavor will work)
- 1/3 cup butter
- 1 cup powdered sugar
- 1-2 tbsp. water or milk
- Spray a 9×13” baking dish with cooking spray. Set aside.
- Stir 1 ½ cups cake mix into 2/3 cup milk and eggs.
- Spoon mixture into prepared baking dish and top with pie filling.
- Cut butter into remaining cake mix and sprinkle over filling.
- Bake at 350° for 30-45 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean.
- Cool cobbler.
- Drizzle with a mixture of 1 cup powdered sugar and 2 tbsp. water or milk.
Peach Breakfast Cobbler is a great entree for holiday breakfasts.
This is also a great breakfast entree for Mother’s Day or other special occasions!
I think it’s time to go sample another bite!