Peach Cobbler With Pie Crust

peach cobbler with pie crust

Peach cobbler with pie crust is always has been my favorite dessert that I like to do a lot of variation. Sometimes when I don’t have time I go with the canned peaches and when I have I use fresh peaches.

If it is season of peaches then you can always make a lot of variation, like to make it with a pie crust or go for cake mix and use a few spices to blend with the taste.


If it peaches cobbler with pie crust then it is going to be amazing! If you are asking, why is that? I am afraid I cannot satisfy you but imagine a pie crispy crust on the top and delicious juicy, sweet tasty cooked peaches from insidehow good it is going to be to eat that.

Peach Cobbler With Pie Crust
by Swati M.

Peach Cobbler With Pie Crust

  • Course Desserts
  • Cuisine British
  • Keyword peach cobbler with pie crust

Peach cobbler with pie crust is a dish that can really take someone’s breathe away with it saucy, juicy and spongy taste that has an excellent flavor to taste. Unlike the classic peach cobbler when the pie crust is added to the peach cobbler with pie crust make it crispy, juicy and even tastier to eat after your favorite dinner or lunch.

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Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour 40 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 55 minutes
Servings 5 People
Calories 114 kcal

Ingredients

  • 15 oz or 400 grams of canned peaches
  • 4 tablespoons of unsalted butter
  • 1 readymade pie crust
  • 1 1/2 tbsp of agave syrup
  • Kosher salt
  • 1/2 orange
  • 2 egg whites
  • 1/2 cup of all purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon of cinnamon + a little to sprinkle
  • 1/2 teaspoon of nutmeg

Instructions

  1. Preheat your oven to 375 degrees F.
  2. Use 9 x 13 inches of baking pan and grease it with 2 tablespoon of butter at the bottom level, when done set it aside.

  3. Now roll your readymade pie crust after sprinkle flouring on a plain surface. When it comes to the size that it covers the baking pan set it aside.

  4. Use a skillet and heat on high flame and add the reserved butter so it gets melt completely.

  5. Add the agave syrup, nutmeg, chopped peaches, salt, and cinnamon. Combine everything gently then turn the flame to low and simmer it for the next 10 minutes. Stir 2-3 times in between the cooking process. After 10 minutes remove it from the flame and wait until it comes to normal temperature.

  6. Now transfer the peaches mixture to the baking pan and spread it all over then grate the zest of the orange. Now, use the pie crust and add this above the peaches mixture to make another layer.

  7. Whisk the eggs then spread it evenly on pie crust to make another layer. Sprinkle the ground cinnamon on the egg mixture layer.

  8. Use a knife to make 4 to 6 holes in the pie crust so there you create space for steam to goes out when needed and it doesn’t get burn.

  9. Bake this for next 40 minutes or until it turns golden brown in color. If you see there are bubbles in the pie crust this is just because of peaches juice.

    Serve it warm!

Recipe Notes

The peaches leave a lot of juices that added a wonderful flavor so it gives a tremendous taste when eats. The juices are rich in taste so use them wisely and if in the end, you discover the bubbles don’t worry, you have done a good job!

You can add 1 to 2 tablespoons of cornstarch to make the peach cobbler thick in texture. But avoid adding a lot of cornstarch because peaches leave juices that make it saucy and watery and it blends great in taste.

You can use a few biscuits to make the dish crispy but that is not necessary. However, a scoop of ice cream or two can really give a wonderful taste.

The use of lemon zest or lemon juice with this peach cobbler is very essential to keep the balance of the salt and peaches juices that are very sweet in taste.

You should be careful and make a few holes using a sharp knife for 4 to 6 holes so it can give some space so the steam can goes out when needed. If you don’t make holes then steam will cook and make the outer layer brown in color and inside will still remain half cooked.

I am not sure when the first time I had eaten this peach cobbler with pie crust but I have visions of my childhood and I have remembered that my sweet grandma used to offer me the dish. When I grew up I asked my mom and she replied me that my grandma always cooked it a day before when we go toher place in vacations.

You know what funny here; I always have thought of that this peach cobbler with pie crust is a readymade kind of dessert that my grandma gave after snacks and chocolates but my mom has explained me everything and a me curious to make it for my own children’s.

Here I am! I have come across a lot of peach cobbler with pie crust recipes but the one that is everyone’s is here for you. I assure you if you are going to make this today you will love it forever.

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