Vegan Peach Cobbler Recipe

Every great meal needs a great ending, right? We’re going to conclude our soul food week with one of the yummiest desserts that’s most closely associated with Southern cooking; peach cobbler. Not only is this cobbler super easy to put together, but the end results are so impressive that anyone you serve it to will think you spent all day making it!

We made the cobbler found over at Samantha’s Novel Eats blog and loved it so much, we had to ask her if we could share it with you. She agreed, and so, you lucked out! While it’s a little late for peach season, we found this cobbler bakes up just great using frozen peaches, so it’s an authentic treat you can enjoy year round.

Do you have any great suggestions for using frozen fruits or vegetables? Tell us in the comments below for today’s chance to win FREE Earth Balance® products!

1/2 cup sugar
1 cup flour
1 tablespoon cornstarch
1 tablespoon sugar
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
4 cup sliced peaches (fresh is best but frozen works fine)
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1/2 cup soy milk
3 tablespoons Earth Balance® Natural Buttery Spread

Heat oven to 400F. Mix 1/2 cup sugar, the cornstarch and cinnamon in a 2-quart saucepan. Stir in the peaches and lemon juice. Cook, stirring constantly, until the mixture thickens and boils. Boil and stir for one minute. Pour into an ungreased 2-quart casserole.

Mix together the rest of the dry ingredients, then cut in the Earth Balance® Natural Buttery Spread until the mixture resembles fine crumbs. Stir in the soy milk. Drop dough by six spoonful’s (more or less) onto hot peach mixture. Bake until topping is golden brown -about 25-30 minutes.

A note from the chef:
“I’ll be honest and tell you I was very afraid of that batter. It seemed way too runny to me and I was very tempted to add more flour to it, but I decided against it just to see if I was wrong. I was! The batter basically turned into little lumps of biscuits and it was an excellent complement to the sweet, warm peaches below.”

When do you find it acceptable to use frozen fruits or veggies in your cooking? We want to know what you guys think are the best ways to utilize frozen produce. Reply in the comments below and you’ll be automatically entered to win coupons for free Earth Balance® products in our Everyday Giveaway!

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  1. Thanks so much for this recipe! I just made it, and it was absolutely delicious. (:

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  2. Cathy L says:

    We use frozen fruit all the time to quicken the process when making sorbets. We also use it a lot for no added sugar smoothies. Frozen veggies like spinach are convenient for some recipes such as dips and rollups. The mixed vegetables are convenient for stirfries as well.

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  3. Devon Snow says:

    Thanks, I was looking for a way to use some home canned Peaches my Mom gave me :)

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  4. That looks amazing – I feel a cobbler coming on.


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  5. Melanie Yo says:

    I tried to make frozen bananas into icecream, but I think they were not ripe enough because it was super bitter and also texturally unpleasant. But I have an issue with letting bananas get spots. I dislike mushy bananas.

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  6. Abbey Girl says:

    I love using frozen banana’s. You can make ice cream with them, or some delicious smoothies, (depending what other flavors you put in the blender, you could have choc, peanut butter, or cinnamon) YUM!

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  7. Kelly Reckas says:

    oooh, that looks wonderful!

    I’m pretty picky about frozen veggies. I use frozen brussels sprouts, corn, and that’s about it. I love frozen fruit in smoothies, still frozen (like frozen grapes), or just lightly thawed and topped with Soyatoo.

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  8. Shauna Espey says:

    that looks amazing!!

    i only frozen fruit i usually use are frozen berries for cobblers/pies. they are much cheaper for quantity here. i use frozen veggies if I do not have fresh available, usually in casseroles or spinach for dip. other wise i always try to use fresh or something i have canned or frozen myself.

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  9. Beth Mickens says:

    Mmm that biscuit topping looks so comforting and yummy…I think peaches always taste better when they are warmed or cooked. And this is perfect cause I have frozen peaches in the freezer that I froze over the summer while peaches were plentiful and cheap!

    I have a love hate relationship with forzen fruits and veggies, some are great frozen and some are just better left fresh. Frozen fruits work perfect in smoothies or when I plan on cooking them down as a sauce or into a dish. Frozen peas are actually the best to use frozen (and eaten frozen may I add). Frozen spinach works great in dips or when you are looking to cook a fast version of a slow cooked dish such as spinach and “paneeer”. Frozen cauliflower works great when making mashed cauliflower. Other than that, I’m not a fan of the texture of other frozen fruits and veggies…I think the fresh produce at the farmer’s market has spoiled me rotten! I’ll take any suggestion on how to make frozen veggies “better” considering winter is coming and I will be forced to use them.

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  10. Oh you guys would have to post this on the week I started a new diet! That looks absolutely amazing… can’t decide if I’d rather have it as a dessert or for breakfast. Knowing me, it will probably be both!

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  11. Megan G says:

    I use frozen fruits to make smoothies, and bananas to make the one-ingredient “ice cream”.

    Thanks for the cobbler recipe! Nice ‘n simple.

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  12. Katie says:

    Just made this and it turned out awesome! I used fresh peaches, nectarines and blueberries! I used white wheat for flour (didn’t specify which to use) and topped it with coconut vanilla ice cream! So yum!!! Will make again and again!

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