I doubled the recipe and used frozen berries. The top part did not get crispy. Maybe to much moisture since berries where kind of frozen. It still tasted okay just prefer crispy.
Member since: Oct 13, 2013
knittingbuff June 27, 2014 REVIEW:
This recipe is great for those nights when you don't have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen worrying about dessert! A few ingredients and a slow cooker is all you need to enjoy a great family dessert with very little effort on your part. Serve with vanilla ice cream for rave reviews from the family!
starryone November 10, 2013 REVIEW:
The peach cobbler was delicious! I think I'll try making a small batch next time in my tiny crock pot with a granola type topping as a breakfast type dish.
Member since: Mar 13, 2008
vjden October 18, 2013 REVIEW:
I put the oats in the blender for a few seconds with the flour sugar and spices just to make it a finer topping. I think I liked that better than just mixing it otherwise. The peaches were good but I might add something to sweeten them further like some honey or brown sugar.
Dave July 30, 2013 REVIEW:
Kimcooks July 6, 2013 REVIEW:
I love this recipe because it's so easy to throw together and use canned peaches for a really simple last minute dessert.
Jeremy September 26, 2012 COMMENT: Just an observation: if you a person who likes crust, be aware that the crust on this only covers about half the cobbler - or at least that's how it came out in my size of crock pot.
neglet August 13, 2012 REVIEW:
Oh my, this was tasty. I used fresh white peaches from my local farmer's market and topped it with vanilla ice cream. Perfect for peach season!
krystasmommy June 13, 2012 COMMENT: I'm just wondering if I have to add water or something? I just put the ingredients in the crock pot and it looks kinda dry? Also, can I add black berries? Thanks!!
CDKitchen Staff Reply: No, you do not need to add liquid. Crockpots form steam when they cook (that is, if the lid fits properly) and the juices from the peaches plus the steam should be all you need. I see no problem with adding blackberries.
Member since: Jan 11, 2012
donnaandpat January 11, 2012 REVIEW:
This is delicious & easy. Definitely drain the peaches before placing in crock pot. I double the recipe for a 6 qt crock pot. I also let it set for an hour before serving it will still be warm. Top it with vanilla bean ice cream. So yummy.
Guest Foodie December 14, 2010 COMMENT: Should I drain the canned peaches when I put them in the crockpot??? Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated!!!
SuperMom March 21, 2009 REVIEW:
Great recipe! This is a good idea for summer when you don't want to heat up the oven. It's really better when it cools a bit.