Craving some summer sweetness? Whip up a Bisquick peach cobbler. Made with just six simple pantry staples and a single mixing bowl, this light summery dessert is as easy to make as it is delicious to eat. While many cobblers feature a sweet biscuit topping on a bed of jammy baked fruit, this Bisquick peach cobbler is actually a tender, lightly sweetened cake, jam-packed with peaches and featuring a crisp sugary crust. It’s actually more similar to a classic fruit buckle or a shortcake than it is to a traditional cobbler, but Bisquick decreed it to be a cobbler when they first created the concept, and honestly, when something is this delicious, we’re not inclined to argue about what it’s called.
You can use any type of canned peaches for this dessert, but no matter whether they’re canned in heavy or lite syrup, or even 100% juice, make sure to drain them thoroughly. Any excess liquid piggybacking from the can to the baking dish might cause the cobbler to be soggy or even not bake all the way through. No one wants soggy cobbler.
This cobbler is best served warm the day it’s made, but if you have leftovers, you can store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. Reheat individual portions in 15-second intervals in the microwave, just until warmed through.
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