Grilled Peach Cobbler

Cook this classic fruit cobbler on the grill for extra wood-fired flavor

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This is my favorite cobbler recipe. It comes from my mom and I’ve loved it all my life. Traditionally cooked in the oven, I’ve started cooking it on our Traeger Grill for an added touch of smoke flavor. 

This easy cobbler recipe works with any of your favorite fruits.

Don’t like peaches? Substitute whatever fruit you do enjoy. I’ve used strawberries, blackberries, cherries, apples, mixed fruit — you name it. Just use a similar amount. 

The cobbler will be flaky on top and creamy in the center.

If you are camping, this same recipe works well in a Dutch oven. Cooking times are similar, no matter the cooking method. For the grill, simply use a disposable aluminum pan for the cobbler for easy clean up. 

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2 cups self-rising flour

4 cups canned or frozen peaches or other fruit

2 cups sugar

1.5 cups milk

1 cup (2 sticks)  butter, melted

Cooking Instructions

Place the butter in a 9x12 deep aluminum pan and place on a pre-heated 350 degree grill to melt.

Melt two sticks of butter in an aluminum pan.

While the butter melts, combine the flour, sugar, and milk in a bowl.

Mix the dry ingredients in a large bowl.

Remove the pan from the grill. Pour the batter into the melted butter.

Pour the batter directly into the melted butter.

Drain the canned peaches and add the fruit to the center of the pan.

Mix the fruit into the batter.

Stir to distribute the fruit evenly throughout the pan. Grill at 350 degrees for 45 minutes or until the crust is golden brown and the cobbler is just cooked through. Serve with your favorite ice cream. 

Grill until golden brown and cooked through.

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