Recipe Source: allthingssouthern.com
1 cup sugar
1 cup flour
1 cup milk
1 stick butter
1 large can peaches
Cut butter into pats and scatter in your baking pan. Mix flour and sugar, add milk, blend well and pour over butter. Add drained peaches. Bake at 350 degrees until top crust is bubbly and brown, (about thirty to forty-five minutes). Best served piping hot with vanilla ice cream.
this quick and wonderful recipe was passed down to me from stacy’s family who lived at the end of mountain road nw in albuquerque. we still have the yellow index recipe card that it was written on. the name of the recipe back in the 70’s, was Lasy Daisy Peach Cobbler. betty
Hi Betty, thanks for the background information! 🙂
Quick, easy, and delicious! Thanks!
What size pan do you use to make this recipe? sounds delicious
I used a 9×13. 🙂
Plannin on doubling the recipe and using a larger pan
I have used this recipe a few times now and like to change it up a little bit once in a while.. its nice with about 1\3 of the white sugar switched to brown or if you like those sauce and cake things you can pour some of the peach syrop on top of the batter… this recipe might be the “lazy” way but it sure tastes just as good
I love this recipe !! I’ve used it for years but I do not drain my peaches and I only use the Butter to grease the pan. Always turns out good.
Would recommend this to everyone I know & out there that wants something easy and fast for dessert. Michael
🙂 A dear sweet co-worker gave me a tip concerning this pie….add a teaspoon of vanilla to the flour, milk, sugar mixture. It makes it even more delicious. Try it and see!
Hi Patsy, great suggestion! I’ll keep that in mind next time. 😀
I too love this recipe! I sprinkle my panned batter with cinnamon and it is extremely delicious! Alot of people say they have never heard of lazy daisy way, i simply smile and say we can all use a few short-cuts 😉
My family has used this recipe for as long as i can remember,It has always been a family favorite!!!it is just perfect with a little cinnamon and sugar sprinkled over the top while it is still warm also great with schan’s seasonal cinnamon ice cream i absolutely love it!!
can i use crisco instead of butter?
Can you still serve the cobbler if it’s kind of cold?
Absolutely! That’s how my grandfather always ate his. 🙂
I use fresh or frozen peaches and sometimes half and half with fresh or frozen blueberries. We like lots of fruit so I use more than called for.
I am diabetic and sweeten my fruit with Splenda and use Splenda for half of the sugar called for. It works fine.
ANDI also melt my butter in the pan first.
Plain flour will not work. Use self-rising. This type of flour will cause the dough to rise. Plain flour will not rise and give the pie a flat taste.