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Oatmeal Cookie Peach Cobbler

A delicious peach cobbler with a topping that tastes just like an oatmeal cookie. Made with fresh peaches it makes a wonderful summer dessert.

Oatmeal Cookie Peach Cobbler

Peach Cobbler is maybe my favorite dessert to make during the summer. It’s so easy, so simple, and so delicious. Serve it warm with a scoop of cold vanilla ice cream and it’s a dessert you won’t soon forget.

This recipe is a little bit different from the normal peach cobbler I make. Instead of a biscuit-like topping, this topping tastes just like an oatmeal cookies- and it’s absolutely delicious.

Oatmeal Cookie Peach Cobbler

My daughter had to be scolded for trying to eat all of the topping off. But not scolded too badly. One bite of the topping and you’ll want to eat it all too. The topping is a little bit chewy, more than a little bit sweet, and oh so good.

Oatmeal Cookie Peach Cobbler


Oatmeal Cookie Peach Cobbler

Be sure to use very ripe peaches when making a peach cobbler. If your peaches aren’t at peak ripeness, you may want to add some more sugar to the filling. Since the topping is very sweet and I like to put a big scoop of vanilla ice cream on my cobbler, I don’t make the filling all that sweet.

Oatmeal Cookie Peach Cobbler

Oatmeal Cookie Peach Cobbler is one of our summer favorites and it is sure to become one of your favorites too.

Summer is for baking with peaches. Why not try Slow Cooker Peach Cobbler, Peach Cobbler with White Cheddar Biscuit Topping, and Individual Toffee, Pecan, and Peach Crisps.

Oatmeal Cookie Peach Cobbler

Oatmeal Cookie Peach Cobbler

Oatmeal Cookie Peach Cobbler

A delicious peach cobbler with a topping that tastes like an oatmeal cookie.
PREP: 45 minutes
COOK: 30 minutes
TOTAL: 1 hour 15 minutes



  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup packed brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup butter, softened
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 cup old-fashioned oats
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt


  • 6 cups sliced, peeled peaches
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 tablespoon flour
  • 1/2 tablespoon lemon juice


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Place granulated sugar, brown sugar, and butter in the mixing bowl of an electric mixer and beat on medium-speed until light and fluffy.
  • Add vanilla and egg and beat well.
  • In a medium bowl, combine flour, oats, baking powder, and salt. Add to sugar mixture beating on low-speed until blended. Cover and refrigerate 30 minutes.
  • Combine all ingredients for filling in a medium bowl.
  • Spray a 9-inch square baking pan with cooking spray and pour peach mixture into pan.
  • Drop spoonfuls of topping over peaches to completely cover peaches. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes, or until light brown and bubbly.


Recipe Source: adapted from Cooking Light


Calories: 354kcal
Author: Christin Mahrlig
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Southern

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60 thoughts on “Oatmeal Cookie Peach Cobbler”

  1. Sommer @aspicyperspective

    I can’t wait to get my hands on some peaches and make this Oatmeal Cookie Peach Cobbler

  2. Love to try for a potluck at work. I have 24 ppl to make it for, so triple the recipe since it serves 8?

  3. รับถ่ายวีดีโอ

    Thanks for finally talking about > Oatmeal Cookie
    Peach Cobbler – Spicy Southern Kitchen < Liked it!

  4. I made this last night for the fam. Huge hit!! I used frozen peaches and frozen blueberries mixed because I only had about 3 cups of peaches. It was amazing!! Hubby is the ultimate cobbler fan but I am not a baker. He’s very very stingy with the compliments usually and he raved about this. The topping is the best we’ve ever had!! Thank you for the promotion of best cobbler baker in the family — this recipe even beats our 80 year old Dutch aunt’s famous one!!

  5. Shashi at RunninSrilankan

    When it comes to cobblers, peach is my fave! And when it comes to cookies, I love me an oatmeal one – and you brilliantly put the two together! Right now, be glad that I am not right next to this deliciousness as I think I could set an all time record of finishing it all up! 🙂

      1. I am making this for an event tomorrow night, but wanted to get most of it ready this evening and bake it fresh just before. Do you think I could make the cookie dough all they way and leave it in the fridge till tomorrow night? Also, have you tried it with canned peaches in case I can’t find good ripe ones?

        1. Christin
          Christin Mahrlig

          I haven’t tried making the dough that far in advance, but it should work fine. Let me know how it turns out. I’ve only used fresh ripe peaches, but I would definitely use canned or frozen over peaches that aren’t really ripe.

          1. I did not make it ahead, as I was making it for the first time for a group, so I just measured everything the night before so I could make it in a hurry. I will try making the cookie crust ahead next time. I used half frozen and half canned peaches. It was a big hit. Thank you for the recipe.

          2. Christin
            Christin Mahrlig

            Thank you for the feedback Kim! Glad to know that it was enjoyed and that it worked well with a mix of frozen and canned peaches.

    1. I cooked it in a 9 by 13. Didn’t double it but maybe used a little more fruit. It’s perfect.

    1. Christin
      Christin Mahrlig

      So glad you enjoyed it Julia! I think the cookie crust is a nice change-up from regular peach cobbler.

  6. I made this tonight for dessert it tasted wonderful but turned out very dry almost like cookie with peaches in side. I followed the directions exact I used fresh peaches rather then canned I don’t know if that made the difference. I was wondering if you might be able to tell me what may went wrong? Very good flavor and look forward to trying the recipe again in hopes next time achieving a runny cobler.

    1. Christin
      Christin Mahrlig

      Hi Emily! Sorry it didn’t turn out juicy. It probably has to do with the peaches. We live right next to a peach farm and are able to get fresh peaches and I let them ripen on the counter until extremely ripe. When I slice them there is so much juice it runs down my hand to my arm. Store bought peaches are unlikely to ever be this juicy. I would use frozen peaches over those bought at a super market.

      1. I agree, the peaches I used were really juicy and ran down my hand as I cut them, very moist recipe for the most part. topped with Vanilla bean ice cream and you’ve gained a piece of Heaven!!!…Amazing recipe, thank you!!!

  7. The Better Baker

    What a fabulous flavor combo! Love the ease of it too. Mouth-watering! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Weekend Potluck. Please come back soon…and be sure to enjoy a lovely weekend.

  8. Oatmeal cookie on top of peach cobbler would be more than I could stand — my kids would have to scold me, I think! This looks just delicious, Christin! 🙂

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