Easy Peach Cobbler | Guest Post By Lynn Mumbing Mejia

Thursday, June 10, 2021
Super easy and delicious peach cobbler recipe

Who doesn't love peaches, especially when they're incorporated into delicious summer desserts! How about a delicious and super easy peach cobbler? Well, you're in luck! Today's recipe is brought to you by one of my favorite Canadian bloggers, Lynn from Lynn Mumbing Mejia

When Lynn put out that she was looking to guest post on some blogs I was, kid you not, like "choose me please". I love her recipes and her home decor posts and so to have her here is super exciting for me! 

Keep on reading to learn more about Lynn, her blog, and how to make this delicious summer recipe!

About the Blogger: 

Hey friends! My name is Lynn and my blog is over at www.lynnmumbingmejia.com. I’m excited to do this post for Loren’s blog. I am a 24-year-old Canadian residing on the West Coast. My blog is full of Home D├ęcor/Styling, DIY Crafts, and Delicious Recipes! I love content creating and sharing different things through all my platforms. You can catch me on Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, and YouTube! Come say hi when you’ve got a chance!

Easy Peach Cobbler | Guest Post 

Summer is when peaches are in season and I’m obsessed with using them in everything I do.

So far, I’ve encountered many different recipes involving peaches such as peach jams, dressings, marinades, muffins, sorbets, etc and I am trying my best to make as much as I can.

Peaches are a great fruit to use in a lot of sweet and savoury recipes so when they are in season, I try and take full advantage of them! 

 I’ve loved peaches all my life and my mom would often buy boxes of them from the grocery stores. I would just eat them as is and it wasn’t until the last few years that I’ve really started to incorporate them into my cooking and baking.

I also love peach as a flavour in a lot of drinks! I add whatever fruits I have available to my lemonade or iced tea. 
Do you love peaches or using them in your recipes? What’s your favourite peach recipe?

How To Make A Super Easy Peach Cobbler 

Where can I find these ingredients?

Everything needed to make this super easy peach cobbler can be found in your local grocery stores. I highly suggest if you can is to pick up your peaches from a local farmers market or pick them yourself! They truly do make a huge difference in flavour. If you love baking, you probably already have these ingredients in your house.

What is in this recipe?

You’ll news the following ingredients to make this super easy peach cobbler:
  • Peaches
  • White Sugar 
  • Brown Sugar
  • Lemon Juice 
  • Flour 
  • Apple or Pumpkin Spice Seasoning
  • Baking Powder 
  • Unsalted Butter
  • Vanilla Extract

What equipment do I need?

This delicious peach dessert needs to be baked so you’ll need to use an oven as well as have a greased baking dish. Aside from that, you’ll need a mixing bowl and spatula, and a knife to cut the peaches into small chunks. 

Can I sub anything out? 

As this is a super easy peach cobbler recipe, there isn’t much to substitute out. If you don’t want to use regular all-purpose flour, you can grind some oats and make it more granola texture! I like using apple pie or pumpkin pie seasoning for this as I love Fall flavours and it reminds me of Fall but if you can’t find that you can just do 1 tsp of cinnamon and 1 tsp of nutmeg.

What does it taste like?

Peach cobbler is basically a lighter version of pie. As you don’t have the crust all over, the cobbler is just at the top and the bottom is all peaches. Sometimes cooked fruit can be a hard texture to enjoy but baked peaches are quite smooth and the topping gives it a good crunch.

super easy and delicious peach cobbler, the perfect summer dessert recipe.

Any other notes?

Just a few things to note for this easy peach cobbler recipe:
  • Keep this in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 4 days
  • This is best served warmed up with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and/or whipped cream!
  • Ripe peaches are the sweetest but can get mushy quickly and the slightly unripe ones can hold themselves baking and will keep more of their shape while baking. This is solely based on your preference! Both taste amazing.


Peach Base

  • 10 Peaches (cut into chunks)
  • 1 Tbsp White Sugar
  • 1 Tbsp Brown Sugar
  • 2 Tsp Lemon Juice 

Cobbler Top

  • 2 cups All-purpose Flour
  • 2 Tsp Apple/Pumpkin Spice
  • ½ White Sugar 
  • ½ Brown Sugar 
  • 2 Tsp Baking Powder
  • ½ Cup Unsalted Butter (melted)
  • 1 Tsp Vanilla Extract


  • Preheat your oven to 375˚F and grease your baking dish with butter.
  • Thoroughly wash your peaches and slice them into little 1-2 inch cubes. Add these peach cubes to the bottom of your baking dish spread evenly.
  • Add in 1 tbsp of white sugar, 1 tbsp of brown sugar, and 2 tsp of lemon juice to the peaches in the baking dish and mix well until all the cubes are coated. Set aside while you work on the cobbler topping.
  • In a mixing bowl, whisk your flour, apple/pumpkin spice mix, sugars and baking powder together. 
  • Now add in your melted butter and sugar extract and stir until everything is well incorporated. 
  • Using your hands, you’ll need to crumble this mixture on top of the peaches until the top is all covered.
  • Bake in the oven for 25-30 minutes or until the top has browned. Remove from oven and let cool for about 15 minutes. 
  • Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and/or whipped cream and enjoy!

I find that so many summer desserts are cold ones for obvious reasons but this warm easy peach cobbler is perfect with a scoop of ice cream on top.

Super easy and delicious peach cobbler recipe, perfect for summer parties

I’m BIG on easy desserts and if you liked reading this, you should check out my Clementine Chocolate Mousse recipe as well as my Canadian Butter Tarts recipe!

Have you had peach cobbler before? Would you try this recipe out?

This ends my guest blog post for Plaid + Sugar today and I hope you get to try this super easy peach cobbler recipe. It is the best dessert for those cool summer nights. It’s the little and simple things in life that make me so happy and my platform is determined to make you enjoy things like this too!

Delicious and super easy peach cobbler perfect for summer, Plaid and SUgar

Thank you again to Loren for having me as a guest on her blog! I’m so glad to have met a fellow Canadian Blogger in this crazy online world. I cannot wait to see more of what she has in store for 2021. Hope you have a great week! 


Thank you so much Lynn for coming around and sharing this delicious recipe. It was great to have you here and I hope you come back in the future! 

In a couple of days' time, on her blog, Lynn will publish the post I wrote for her which is an easy and fun DIY! So keep an eye peeled out for that.

Til next time!


  1. This is basically peach crumble by another name, I think, and I am a HUGE fan of fruit crumbles. I've not tried peach before though, so I'm bookmarking this recipe for when peaches are in the shops, thank you! x

  2. I love a peach crisp and I’m always willing to try out a new recipe! Thanks for sharing Lynn’s recipe. ☺️

  3. I LOVE peach cobbler. We make trips off our mountain to a local orchard in the valley to buy peaches, fresh corn, watermelons, produce, and ice cream. The peaches get turned into jam, sauce, cake, and cobbler. I prefer cobbler over pie, as I feel cobbler has more peachiness to it. The light but delicious topping brings it all together for me with a scoop of ice cream or whipped cream.
    Thanks for sharing a delightful recipe!

  4. I'm definitely trying this, sounds so good!

  5. Oh yes I am familiar with Lynns blog! This sounds soooooo good! Bookmarking this for the fall. Love this along with apple crisp : )

    Allie of

  6. Peach cobler is one of my favourite deserts, always so tasty no matter what time of year it is! Definitely gonna try this one out :)

  7. I love peaches! This cobbler seems absolutely delicious. I've never made it before but I'd love to! Thank you to both you Loren and Lynn for making this guest post happen!

    Julia x

  8. I love anything peach and this sounds and looks amazing!


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