Cookie Peach Cobbler


Cookie Peach Cobbler

Cookie Peach Cobbler
35 Min

Take out your spoon 'cause you're really gonna want to dig in to this Cookie Peach Cobbler. This cobbler features a unique sugar cookie crust, which pairs perfectly with the sweet and fruity flavor of the peaches. This is one of those foolproof fruit cobbler recipes that's perfect for the summer!

What You'll Need

  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 3 tablespoons cornstarch
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 5 cups peeled fresh peach slices (7 to 8 peaches)
  • 2 tablespoons butter, melted
  • 1 (16.25-ounce) package refrigerator sugar cookie dough, cut into 1/4-inch slices

What to Do

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Coat an 8-inch square baking dish with cooking spray.
  2. In a large bowl, combine sugar, cornstarch, and cinnamon. Add peaches and butter; mix well.
  3. Pour mixture into baking dish and top with cookie dough slices.
  4. Bake 35 to 40 minutes, or until golden brown. Serve warm or chilled.


  • It's fine to substitute 5 cups of frozen peach slices for the fresh. Just make sure you thaw them first! 
  • For additional sweetness, sprinkle the top of your finished easy peach cobbler with a teaspoon of sugar before baking.
  • We've got more peach dessert favorites you'll love in our collection of Can't-Miss-Peach Recipes: Easy Recipes with Peaches.

Nutritional InformationShow More

Servings Per Recipe: 8

  • Amount Per Serving % Daily Value *
  • Calories 632
  • Calories from Fat 134
  • Total Fat 15g 23 %
  • Saturated Fat 4.8g 24 %
  • Trans Fat 0.0g 0 %
  • Protein 4.1g 8 %
  • Amount Per Serving % Daily Value *
  • Cholesterol 17mg 6 %
  • Sodium 201mg 8 %
  • Total Carbohydrates 128g 43 %
  • Dietary Fiber 2.7g 11 %
  • Sugars 38g 0 %

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Love the comments on your recipes as it really helps me, don't know why but can't print them with recipe, have to copy paste print that way.

Just wanted to say the I tried the Cookie Peach Cobbler, and without a doubt, it was the most disgusting thing I have ever put experienced. It was extremely bitter, and the sauce turned gray. Having been to culinary school, I am confident that the about of cornstarch called for was about 2.5 tablespoons too much.

Had a small July 4th get-together and this was the perfect size for us. I made it with frozen peaches that I thawed first (2 lbs). Also sprinkled a little extra sugar on top of the dough crust. It was so good!!!! Served it hot over vanilla ice cream. The kids are already asking me to make it again. It's so easy, they can even do it themselves!

I tried this for my Fourth of July gathering and my family and friends loved it!! I'll do this again next time I'll try frozen peaches.

I made this yesterday, easy and YUMMY!! I used 2 (1#) packages of frozen peaches, thoroughly thawed and sprinkled with sugar to bring out the juice. I added the remaining filling ingredients and placed 12 slices of cookie dough on the fruit. I did sprinkle the dough with sugar prior to baking. Tasty!!

I made this yesterday, easy and YUMMY!! I used 2 (1#) packages of frozen peaches, thoroughly thawed and sprinkled with sugar to bring out the juice. I added the remaining filling ingredients and placed 12 slices of cookie dough on the fruit. I did sprinkle the dough with sugar prior to baking. Tasty!!

This is so delish you can make it with even can peaches when fresh peaches is not in season

This peach cobbler is so good! The sugar cookie crust gives it an amazing special touch. What a great idea! I'm thinking about trying it with different fruit, too.

This recipe was okay but I did not like the bit of goo from the cookie that wasn't appetizing to me.

This is better than any normal peach cobbler that I have ever had. The sugar cookie topping puts this in a league of its own.

I have a son-in-law with a love of peach cobbler but many of the recipes I've tried were not sweet enough for him. This one is a keeper. The only thing I did differently was I added a 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg to the recipe for extra spice and I did sprinkle the top with sugar before baking. I used fresh ripe peaches because they were in season. I haven't tried it with can peaches and don't think I will. I prefer fresh from the farmers market. The store bought ones don't seem to have flavor.

I know what you mean about can peaches not having any flavor. I have found an exception - Delmonte's Freestone Peaches. The Freestone peaches are ripe enough to fall away from the pit when canned so at least they are ripe. If you notice, other can peaches are called Yellow Cling peaches.

One more question! Wonder if I added a layer of the cookie dough to the bottom of the dish, how that would work. I like the old fashioned peach cobbler with the doughie layer in the middle and crust on the top. Do you think the extra cookie dough on the bottom would work?

Hello! - We do not recommend adding dough to the bottom of the dish, since the dough will not cook up because of the wet peaches.

I love a juicy cobbler. Is this one juicy? If not how do I make it juicier?

Hi there! If you'd like a juicier cobbler you can use less cornstarch, as cornstarch is what gives this cobbler a thicker consistency. Enjoy!

Good but too sweet for me. Did not care for the corn starch look or taste. Loved the crunchy cookie dough. Going to try the upside down cake next. Love the selection of all the recipes, and the recipe box. Great idea. Want more videos when making certain recipes.

I made this today, it was wonderful. My husband does not really like fruit but loved this

I just loved it thank you

Since my husband is diabetic, I used Splenda. I also used 1/2 a package of sugar cookie dough flattened out the dough to cover.

My husband doesn't even like cobbler he ate 1/2 of it in one sitting!

If you use canned peaches, should you drain the peaches.

If I use canned peaches, do I still need the cornstarch? I made this once and it was delicious, but Now I don't remember what I did. It was soooo easy.

Hi Karen! - Yes, if you use canned peaches you'll still need the cornstarch to thicken the sauce. Enjoy!

Absolutely yummy and so easy. Will definetly make again and may try other fruit as well.

Can one use canned peaches, drained? If canned peaches packed in fruit juice are used, they are almost like fresh.

Yep, canned peaches should work just fine! Enjoy :)

could you use a cookie mix instead of the refrigerator cookie dough?

Yes, you can use a cookie mix instead of the refrigerated cookie dough. Enjoy!

A lady brought this cobbler to our church Homecoming, July 27, 2014, and it was fantastic. She had to give the recipe to a bunch of people.

wondering if you could replace the fresh peaches and the other ingredients, cornstarch etc. with peach pie filling?


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