Crockpot Peach Cobbler

We got a lug of peaches from a fundraiser at church and they were perfectly amazing. As they were quickly disappearing into bellies of kidlets I had to jump in and get some tasty treats made from them. There is an upcoming potluck at church and we joked that everyone will be bringing something peachy.


Started with peeling and slicing the peaches. Look at how juicy they were. They smelled amazing too.

This my highly scientific method of throwing things together. Mix some brown sugar, nutmeg, and cinnamon in a small dish.

Then add it to the peaches in the crockpot. At this point it already smells pretty awesome. 20140910_133653

Then we used our homemade cake mix that we keep in the freezer for occasions such as this and cut in a stick of butter. I always get excited when I get to use my pastry cutter. It’s like a ninja weapon! Once the cake mix and butter are nice and crumbly you cover the peaches and turn the crockpot on low for a few hours.


Once finished top with ice cream and devour.


Then we commandeered about 10 more peaches to make fruit leather. 20140911_173952Now the “recipe” Since I’m usually a just throw it together baker this is mostly an estimate.

6 large ripe peaches, sliced and peeled (or not)

2/3 cup loose brown sugar

1tsp cinnamon

1/2 tsp nutmeg

Cake mix or you could use a box of yellow or white cake mix

1/2 cup butter

Optional vanilla ice cream

1. Combine brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg. Then mix with sliced peaches and spread in the bottom of your crockpot.

2. Cut butter into cake mix then cover the peach mixture.

3. Cook on low for 3-4 hours

4. Best when served warm and topped with ice cream, but is still amazing when reheated for breakfast. 😉

Happy baking!!

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