Southern Living Summertime Peach Cobbler

Does it get anymore southern than a peach cobbler? I do not think so! This recipe from Southern Living Magazine is a delicious addition to a summertime evening surrounded by the company of one's family and friends. 
 Food is a perfect avenue to filling our homes with laughter and gathering loved ones together. Peach cobbler always tastes better when it is made with love and a dash of something sweet. A topping of vanilla ice cream is not only a finishing garnish, but that extra hint of sweetness. This peach cobbler recipe allowed me to pull out the cast iron pan that I had been wanting to use and fire up the grill. A unique take on the traditional oven based recipes I have been using for years. 

The ingredients are divided into two parts. One, will be for the cobbler and Second, will be for the biscuit. 

What you will need:

10-in. or 12-in size cast iron pan


(2) mixing bowls, whatever size you have will be fine!

Mixing utensil


Part 1: Cobbler 

7 cups 1/2-inch fresh peach slices or 2 (20-oz.) bags frozen sliced peaches, thawed and drained

3/4 cup granulated sugar

2 tablespoons all-purpose flour

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1/4 teaspoon kosher salt

1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg

2 tablespoon butter

Part 2: Biscuit 

1 cup all-purpose flour

1/4 cup granulated sugar

1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder

1/2 cup heavy cream

1/4 cup butter, melted

1. Pre-heat one side of the grill to medium-high. While the grilling is heating, take a bowl and add the peaches then set a side. Next, take a small bowl and mix sugar, flour, cinnamon, and salt. Once the ingredients are mixed together, sprinkle over the peaches and stir until the mixture covers the peaches.

2. Add the peach mixture to a buttered cast iron pan (recommendation is a 10-in size, but I used a 12-in since that is what I own). Cut into pieces and place 2 teaspoons of butter over peaches then cover with aluminium foil. Place the cast iron pan on the heated side of grill. Cover the grill and let cook for 15 minutes until the mixture is bubbling. 

3. Mix flour, sugar, and baking powder in bowl. Then make a well (essentially "dig" a hole in the middle of the mixture), add the heavy cream and melted butter. Mix all ingredients. 

4. Now uncover grill, dispose of aluminum and add droppings of dough mixture to the peaches. Cover with grill lid once more, and allow the peach cobbler to brown for approximately 15 minutes. After the 15 minutes, carefully remove the cast iron pan from the grill and allow to cool before serving.

Add a scoop of ice cream and Enjoy!


  1. This peach cobbler recipe sounds so delicious! I love how it is grilled!

    1. It is a unique recipe because it incorporates the grill, but simply the best tasting! You should definitely try it! - Amy J.

  2. This sounds so good! :)

  3. OMG!! This looks so delicious!!!! Ahhh I want!!

    xx Olivia

  4. This looks divine! Thanks for sharing the recipe

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