Instant Pot Peach Cobbler — A recipe for INSTANT POT peach cobbler that is easy and fast but still tastes like you spent all day in the kitchen. This sweet treat can be made with fresh or frozen peaches and is great any time of year.
I have a soft spot for a cobbler. I’m not sure if it’s the crusty, buttery biscuit topping or the gooey peach filling that does me in, but there is something so comforting about this dessert. It’s also perfect for a crowd because you can make one batch and then pour it into individual dishes when they’re done baking. And don’t forget to top with ice cream!
Cobblers have been around for a long time. They are an easy dessert that you can make with canned peaches or fresh peaches. This is a really easy dessert!
If you have been looking for some easy Instant Pot Dessert Recipes, some of my favorite recipes are NINJA FOODI RUM RAISIN RICE PUDDING, INSTANT POT FUNNEL CAKES, INSTANT POT ANDES MINT CHEESECAKE BITES, and INSTANT POT MINI BLUEBERRY MUFFINS.
What Is A Cobbler?
What do you think of when you hear the word cobbler? I think about a rustic dessert that my mom used to make. The first time I tried it, I was pleasantly surprised and loved how simple and delicious it tasted. Today, I made a simple peach flavor, but the truth is that you can use any fruit that you like! This is a great recipe for the summer!
The best part is that it tastes even better after sitting in the fridge for a day or two (or three). This makes them perfect for summer parties because they’re easy to make ahead of time; throw them in the oven right before your guests arrive! They also freeze really well, so you can enjoy one any time without bake up something.
Ingredients Needed For Instant Pot Peach Cobbler
- Canned Peach Pie Filling or Homemade Peach Pie Filling
- Vanilla Cake Mix
- Ground Cinnamon
- Ground Nutmeg
- Optional: Serve with Vanilla Ice Cream
How To Make Instant Pot Peach Cobbler
Spread the peach pie filling out in your Instant Pot.
Meanwhile, melt the butter in the microwave. In a large mixing bowl, pour your cake mix, ground cinnamon, and nutmeg in. Then when the butter is melted, add it to the cake mix and spices.
Mix well. When it’s completely blended, it will resemble crumble topping.
Spread the topping over the peaches (already in the Instant Pot)
Spread it, so it looks even. Set the timer for 10 minutes high pressure; the vent should be sealed. Let it go and naturally release.
- This recipe can be made in not only the Instant pot, but you can use the Ninja Foodi or another pressure cooker. The recipe will remain the same.
- If you get a burn notice, you can do a bowl in the Instant pot instead, just a trivet and a cup of water, at the bottom of the pressure cooker. (The water will h elp bring the pressure cooker to pressure)
CAN I USE FRESH PEACHES INSTEAD OF CANNED?
Today, I used straightforward ingredients to make this Instant Pot Peach Cobbler, and most of the items can be purchased ahead of time and stored until it’s ready for a great dessert.
But, you can also use fresh peaches for this recipe. Dice a couple of fresh peaches up, remove the core, and follow the recipe exactly as below.
HOW TO STORE PEACH COBBLER
Peach cobbler is a sweet dessert. The dish can be served hot or cold depending on the preference of the individual eating it. When you make a peach cobbler at home, one of the most important steps to take for optimal taste is storing your cobblers after cooking.
Let the peach cobbler cool to room temperature, and then place it into an airtight container. Placed in the refrigerator, it will last for about 2 to 3 days. You can either reheat before serving or eat cold.
Can I use homemade peach pie filling instead of canned for cobbler?
Canned peach pie filling is the perfect convenience for cobblers, but it will taste much better if you have time to make your own. Substitute out the same amount of ingredients as called for in the recipe below.
Would this recipe work with a different pie filling?
Ues, you can use any canned pie filling for this recipe. I have made this with cherry pie filling, apple pie filling, and even blueberry pie filling. The recipe will remain the same. It’s a great and easy way to get cherry cobbler, apple cobbler, or even blueberry cobbler!
What’s the difference between cobbler and crumble?
Cobblers are usually made with fruit or berries, sometimes both. Crumbles are usually made with oats and other ingredients like sugar, butter, flour, and/or spices. Cobblers tend to be more of a pie-like dish while crumbles are more of a quick bread or cookie-type dessert.
MORE INSTANT POT DESSERT RECIPES:
- INSTANT POT FUNNEL CAKES
- INSTANT POT ANDES MINT CHEESECAKE BITES
- NINJA FOODI RUM RAISIN RICE PUDDING
- INSTANT POT RED VELVET CAKE
- INSTANT POT CARROT CAKE WITH CREAM CHEESE FROSTING
- 2 cans of peach pie filling (each can is 21 ounces)
- 1 box of vanilla cake mix (15.25 ounces)
- 1 stick of butter (or 1/2 a cup)
- 2 teaspoons of ground cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon of ground nutmeg
- Optional: Serve with vanilla ice cream
- Spread the peach pie filling out in your Instant Pot.
- Meanwhile, melt the butter in the microwave.
- In a large mixing bowl, pour your cake mix, ground cinnamon, and nutmeg in. Then when the butter is melted add it to the cake mix and spices.
- Mix well. When it's completely blended, it will resemble crumble topping.
- Spread the topping over the peaches (already in the Instant Pot)
- Spread it so it looks even.
- Set the timer for 10 minutes high pressure, the vent should be sealed.
- Let it go and naturally release.
- Plate, serve, and enjoy!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 414Total Fat: 16gSaturated Fat: 10gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 5gCholesterol: 38mgSodium: 581mgCarbohydrates: 66gFiber: 2gSugar: 39gProtein: 3g
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