Learn to make dutch oven peach cobbler right in your oven!

Camp Peach Cobbler Without Camping

In Cooking & Crafting, Spectacular Summer Blog Hop by Jen36 Comments

Hi everybody! Welcome to another day of the Spectacular Summer Blog Hop! If this is your first time hearing about the Hop, I am collaborating with 11 other awesome bloggers to bring you loads of summer inspiration. We’re sharing DIY projects, printables, recipes, kids activities, and all-around fantastic inspiration twice a week all summer long! 

Eleven bloggers, 1 summer. Loads of fun!

Today it’s my turn to add something fun into the mix and I think I have something super easy and delicious that perfectly sums up what a summer sweet treat can be!

Learn to make dutch oven peach cobbler right in your oven!You are totally drooling right? Plus, this is pretty much the easiest thing ever to make. My husband Jen’s Guy as he is known around here, is an A+ camper. Then he married me.

I am not a camper.

I am however a GREAT cook! So over the years we have both had to compromise a bit. I have gone camping and he has introduced me to some of his delicious dutch oven recipes,  which have been cooked both on a real campfire or at home in the oven for times when I just wasn’t going to hit the campsite.

The recipe I am going to share with you can be cooked both in a dutch oven or in your oven in an oven safe pot with a lid. So choose your favorite option! It will taste delicious either way.

Learn to make dutch oven peach cobbler right in your oven!

Here’s how to make it!

First you need to gather your ingredients. That would be one yellow cake mix, one large can of sliced peaches and sixteen ounces of your favorite lemon-lime soda! Easey peasesy!

Learn to make dutch oven peach cobbler right in your oven!

Next, grab your oven safe pot with a lid or your dutch oven and pour the peaches in first, then pour the cake mix on top. Lastly, pour the lemon lime soda over the cake mix and the peaches. You don’t need to mix. It should look like this.

Learn to make dutch oven peach cobbler right in your oven!

Then put the lid on and place the pot in a 350 degree pre-heated oven or  your dutch oven in your fire if you are camping. Do not open the lid while it cooks. It should take about 30 minutes until it looks like this.

Learn to make dutch oven peach cobbler right in your oven!

I of course like to have mine served up with either a delicious dollop of cool whip or ice cream!

Learn to make dutch oven peach cobbler right in your oven!

Here’s a printable recipe card for this cobbler as well!

Camp Peach Cobbler Without Camping

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Camp Peach Cobbler Without Camping

Ingredients

  • 1 can of sliced peaches.
  • 1 yellow cake mix.
  • 16 OZ. Lemon Lime Soda.

Instructions

  1. Using a dutch oven or other oven safe pot with a lid, pour one can of peaches into the bottom of the pot. Top with yellow cake mix and pour the soda over the top. Do not mix. Cook for 30 minutes in a 350 degree pre-heated oven or directly in a camp fire.
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Learn to make dutch oven peach cobbler right in your oven!

I hope you enjoyed this recipe and I hope you follow along on all of the other spectacular summer fun we have in store for you!

Eleven bloggers, 1 summer. Loads of fun! 

Learn to make dutch oven peach cobbler right in your oven!

If you would like some more delicious peach inspired recipes, then check this post out!

Learn how to make homemade peach jam!

As a reminder, here are all of my 2017 Spectacular Summer Blog Hop Co-Hosts. I hope you have fun visiting them all!

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A Purdy Little House Health, Home, and Heart
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Crafting a Family JENerally Informed
Dazzle While Frazzled  Just Measuring Up
Flourish and Knot   The No Pressure Life
 From Play Dates To Parties

Lucky you! As each post goes up throughout the summer, you can find them all right here:



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Jen



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Comments

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  2. Hubby is the kink of camp cooking. He could do this too. He calls it the old way of cooking. I think he may be right in part.

    You’ve got some great things to do this summer. Awesome.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺
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  3. Without the camping, yes please 😂😂😂! Making this soon! Thanks friend.

  4. Can’t wait to try the peach cobbler! Thanks for sharing this. I’m Janine Huldie’s Aunt and got to your blog through hers.

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  6. This is totally a summer recipe. I love peach cobbler but I’ve never been camping so this is perfect for lil ole me. This recipe looks so easy I even think I can pull it off. Thanks for sharing Jen :)

  7. haha, I’ll take mine without camping! There is NOTHING like a summer peach. My dad’s favorite fruit! He has a summer birthday and we take care to make peach anything.
    I love cobbler. Quite a bit.
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  8. This looks so amazing! I love peach anything (although I would make this without the pains of camping). lol

    I’m a dessert fiend. Seriously. Can’t get enough sweetness.

    Thanks for sharing.
    xoxo

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      Quite a few people agree with my no camping stance. I am feeling not so alone any more since my husband’s family is such camping aficionados :)

      I am so glad you enjoyed this recipe! Have a sweet day my friend!
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  9. Hi Jen,
    Thank you for sharing this great recipe. I can’t wait to give it a try at our next campout!

    1. Author

      I am glad you liked this :) You know the fizzy just cooks into the mix and makes it taste soo good. I bet if you never told someone how easy this was and that it had only 3 ingredients they would never be able to guess!
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  10. Hi Jen, it’s been years since I’ve slept in a tent or eaten peach cobbler! To be honest, glamping would probably be my first choice, but I won’t say ‘never’ again to sleeping rough, but it’s not my idea of fun unless I can take my bed with me!… Your recipe is so easy to knock up and the addition of the lemon & lime soda must add a nice tang!

    xx
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    1. I know right?! My bed holds all of the allure. I tried sleeping on the couch the other night with a sick kiddo and even that made my back hurt?

      I am glad you liked this recipe! It really is delicious!
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