Recipe | Peach Berry Cobbler / Mainly Marta :: A Motherhood + Lifestyle Blog



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Recipe | Peach Berry Cobbler

Hi friends, today I'm sharing one of my favorite late-summer desserts: peach berry cobbler. This past week I made three of them -- one for us and two for family members and y'all they were a hit! I've had several of you ask for the recipe when I posted to my Instagram stories, so I thought it'd be fun to document the process via the blog while sharing the recipe and getting my little guys to help. 

This dessert is loaded with seasonal berries and fruit which makes it the perfect option for even the healthiest of eaters. I also love this recipe because it's quick and simple -- the perfect recipe for an action-packed day. 

Below, I've listed ingredients as well as step by step instructions paired with pictures of the process. At the end, you'll find a recipe sheet that you can pin, save, and print. so, let's get baking! 

What You'll Need

Betty Crocker Super Moist Vanilla Cake Mix

1 box



Canola Oil 

1/2 cup 

Cold Water 

1 cup 


3 to 4; whole, pitted + skinned, thinly sliced


1 cup

Seasonal Berries 

3 to 5 cups; as desired

blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries all go great with this recipe. 

+++++++ Prep Time: 10 mins ++++++++ Bake Time: 30 to 45 Mins +++++++

How To Make 

Step One. 
set oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. 
grease pan with butter or cooking spray. 

Step Two. 
empty cake mix into a large bowl.
add eggs, oil, and cold water.
mix until smooth.
set aside. 

Step Three. 
wash, pit, and peel peaches. 
thinly slice them and place a layer on the bottom of the pan. 
sprinkle a handful of flour on top of peaches.

Step Four. 
rinse and strain berries. 
layer them on top of the peaches. 
sprinkle a handful of flour on the berries. 

Step Five. 
add batter to the pan. 

Step Six.
evenly spread the batter to cover the fruit. 
then, add a layer of sliced peaches on top of the batter. 

Step Seven.
place into the oven for 35 to 40 minutes.
when the outer crust is brown, take a fork to the middle of cobbler.
if the fork comes out clean, your cobbler is done. 
if batter sticks to the fork, leave another 10 minutes.
repeat the process until the fork comes out clean. 

Step Eight. 
take cobbler out of the oven.
sprinkle powdered sugar on top. 

Step Nine. 
serve hot with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. 
or let the cobbler cool off & top with fresh fruit + whipped cream. 
but most importantly, enjoy it! 

Some Tips 

about the flour -- if you're wondering why I'm always sprinkling it on the fruit, its to soak up some of the fruit juice as it's baking. no one likes a soggy cobbler, am I right? 

berries not in season -- one thing I love about this recipe is that berries and peaches don't have to be in season to make it. frozen fruit works great! just remember to rinse the ice off the fruit and use pieces that aren't frozen into big clumps. 

get creative -- with the top layer design, with the ingredients, and with how you serve it. drizzle some jam, sprinkle some granola on top for some crunch; there is always room for an extra dash of cinnamon. the possibilities really are endless! 

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