Slow Cooker Peach Cobbler

Are all of you just soaking in the fall weather like a sponge? I sure am. It doesn’t take long for winter to hit here in Utah and fall is my favorite weather of all. The beautiful colors, the leaves on the ground, the warmth of my kitchen and warm and delicious food on my plate. I just love fall.

Peaches will always remain in my top 3 favorite fruits. This Peach cobbler is SO easy and only requires 3 ingredients. Thats right… THREE ingredients. I love easy dishes and this one is nothing short of delicious. I simply took my mom’s famous EASY Peach Cobbler and made it slow cooker friendly! Perfect!

Slow Cooker Peach Cobbler from chef-in-training.com ... Only THREE ingredients and super good!

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Slow Cooker Peach Cobbler
 
Only THREE ingredients and super good!
Recipe type: Dessert
Ingredients
  • 2 (21 oz) cans peach pie filling
  • 1 (15.25 oz) box yellow cake mix, dry
  • ½ cup butter, COLD
Instructions
  1. Spray slow cooker with cooking spray.
  2. Dump peach pie filling on the bottom of slow cooker and evenly spread and distribute.
  3. Evenly distribute cake mix by pouring it over top the peach pie filling.
  4. Next, slice the cold butter into thin squares and lay them on top of the cake mix. You should be able to cover the entire top with thinly sliced squares of butter.
  5. Cover and cook on LOW for 3-4 hours or until top is golden brown in color.
  6. serve warm with vanilla ice cream.

Enjoy!

 

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  1. Valerie

    I think I've only brought out my slow cooker once this season so I should bring it out more often, especially this time of year! Definitely going to have to make a Gluten Free Version of this one!

  2. Kathy

    I've made the oven-baked version of this. It's good with cherry pie filling and chocolate cake mix, too.

  3. Janna

    Do you prepare the cake mix or just use the dry ingredients in the box?

    1. Chef in Training

      Just dry from the box.

  4. Shannon

    so you just pour the cake mix straight out of the box on top of the peach filling?

    1. Chef in Training

      yep :)

  5. Keri-Danielle

    How easy is that?! Looks yum too! Doing it this weekend! thanks!

  6. Brenda

    I've done this with apple pie filing. Yummy!!!

  7. Liz

    Nice and simple. Thank you.

  8. Gary Narberes

    Just want to say that you are one of FEW cooks that I will try recipes for as you consistently post good recipes. So many show one thing that is nothing like what I end up with. Your maple-dijon chicken was delicious!!
    Thanks again for your great posts!!

  9. Jaclyn

    I love slow cooker cobblers and I'm loving how easy this recipe is!

  10. Lydia

    This sounds delicious! Would it work the same with pumpkin pie filling?

  11. Deborah

    You can't beat only 3 ingredients! Yum!

  12. Veronica

    What size slow cooker do you use with this? Thanks!

    1. mary

      what size slow cooker did you use and do i set on low or high thanks mary

  13. Vanessa

    Hi Nikki, I can't wait to make this recipe however I am an American living in Canada and I wasn't able to find Peach Pie filling at the supermarket. Any ideas on how to make peach pie filling for this "easy" recipe?

  14. Charmaine✿

    Making this today, can't wait for the outcome ;) ! Thanks for this super convenient recipe!

  15. Jordan

    This looks awesome! Just wanted to let you know I featured you in this recipe round-up. Thanks for all the great recipes. :) http://www.recipechatter.com/southern-cooking-in-your-slow-cooker-cookbook-giveaway/

  16. jill fugate

    NEEDED A COUPLE MORE DETAILS: ESPECIALLY, DO YOU SET COOKER ON LOW OR HIGH? I WOULD GUESS THE COOKER WOULD BE COVERED? WTITE ME WITH DETAILS IF YOU FIND THIS NOTE.

  17. William

    I'm not a baker but I loooooovvvvvve peach cobbler. Im surprised how good this actually came out!

  18. Melinda Brown

    5

    This Dessert is simply AMAZING!!! It's soooo simple, yet tastes like it is a gourmet dessert from a pricey restaurant!! Actually...it tastes better!! Thank you Nikki- chef in training...you should be promoted for that one,lol

  19. Sharon Nitsch

    How many serves does this recipe make? I need to feed about 48 people and trying to guess how much ingredients to purchase?