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Make an easy Crock Pot peach cobbler with cake mix and just two other ingredients! Dessert is ready in a few hours with no work at all.

Make an easy Crock Pot peach cobbler with cake mix and just two more ingredients - canned peaches and butter! Layer all the ingredients in the Crock Pot and cook for a few hours to make a delicious dump cake like dessert.

Fruit cobblers are easy and delicious desserts to make for just your family or for a party or potluck. They are even easier to make when you only need 3 ingredients and they cook in your slow cooker.

This peach cobbler is one of our most popular recipes and for good reason! It's delicious and easy. In fact it's so easy that you can also make a Easy 3 Ingredient Crock Pot Cherry Cobbler Recipe, a Easy 3 Ingredient Crock Pot Blueberry Cobbler Recipe, and a Slow Cooker Strawberry Cobbler with Cake Mix.

Or skip the cobblers altogether and just go for a 3 Ingredient Slow Cooker 7UP Cake Recipe!

Let's make dessert!

Easy 3 Ingredient Crock Pot Peach Cobbler with Cake Mix

This recipe is traditionally called a cobbler, but it may be more of a dump cake. There definitely is a lot of cake here so if you want more fruit,  you could easily add another can or two of peaches.

Crock Pot Peach Cobbler

You will need exactly three ingredients to make this easy peach cobbler – canned peaches, a cake mix and butter.  It's easy to keep these ingredients on hand in your pantry so you can throw this together at any time for a last minute dessert.

Easy Slow Cooker Peach Cobbler

Dump the peaches on the bottom of a slow cooker. I used a 4 quart slow cooker and it was perhaps a bit too big. A 3 quart would be perfect. If you use a larger slow cooker, then add more peaches to keep the cooking even.

You will want to use at least 1 can of peaches in heavy syrup. I used one of those and one in just peach juices. If you add more peaches to the recipe, keep the ratio of 1 can peaches in heavy syrup for every can of peaches in just juice.

3 Ingredient Peach Cobbler

Next, spread a cake mix on top of the peaches. I used a white cake mix because that's what was in my pantry.  A yellow cake or butter pecan would be good, too. How about trying a Funfetti cake mix for a little extra fun?! Any cake mix you think goes well with peaches will work.

The final step is to cut up a stick of butter and toss those pieces on top of the cake mix. DO NOT STIR! Resist the urge! Cover the crock pot, set on high and cook.

Slow Cooker Peach Cobbler with Cake Mix

Start checking the cobbler after 2 hours on high.  Slow cookers can be a bit temperamental so it's best to check on food about 2/3 through the cooking time. I let the cobbler cook for 3 hours, but yours may be done at 2 or even 4 hours.

Insert a toothpick in the cake in the center of the slow cooker to test for doneness. The edges will get done first so don't rely on that area. Check the center to make sure the cake is cooked through. The top should be browned more toward the center.

Fruit Cobbler with Cake Mix

I still can't believe this recipe worked! It was so easy, too.  And most of the time I already have the ingredients in my pantry. The cobbler would be good with apples, cherry or any pie filling. You can also add cinnamon, nutmeg, or vanilla extract for a little added flavor.

Serve with homemade whipped cream or homemade vanilla ice cream.

 

Yield: 4-6

Slow Cooker Peach Cobbler

Make an easy Crock Pot peach cobbler with cake mix and just two other ingredients! Dessert is ready in a few hours with no work at all.
Cook Time 3 hours
Total Time 3 hours

Ingredients

  • 2 15 oz cans of sliced peaches in heavy syrup
  • 1 box cake mix
  • 8 oz (1 stick) butter

Instructions

  1. Empty the cans of peaches with the syrup in to a 4 or 6 quart slow cooker.
  2. Top with the cake mix.
  3. Dot the cake mix with the butter.
  4. Cook on high for 2-3 hours or until the cake is done.
  5. Allow to cool and serve.
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79 comments on “Easy 3 Ingredient Crock Pot Peach Cobbler with Cake Mix

  1. This recipe was easy to make. Peach Cobbler was delicious. I added cinnamon and vanilla to spice it up.

  2. I tried this recipe it was really good with the vanilla ice cream.

  3. Cindy Ogden on said:

    This one didn’t work for me. I cooked it for 4 hours and the cake still was not cooked through and the peaches were mushy. Not one I’ll repeat.

  4. Elizabeth on said:

    Easy and delicious

  5. Ricquel Sheridan on said:

    I made this tonight but I added rum flavored extract and sprinkled brown sugar cinnamon and nutmeg big crock pot so I added 4 cans of peaches and 1 box and half cake mix let it cook on high for 4 hrs it was so moist and delicious my children and their friends didn’t leave any for seconds

  6. Glory Sanders on said:

    Has anyone tried it with fresh fruit !!!!

  7. Shan McGowen on said:

    Making this today

  8. Kaylene Cameron on said:

    I made this tonight to go along with our dinner. Although it tasted amazing it was very wet. I used two cans of peaches in heavy syrup and did not drain either one. Anyone have ideas on how to make it less wet? I was thinking about draining one of the cans of peaches of it syrup.

  9. Has anyone doubled this and cooked it on low? Or even just cooked a single batch on low? Want to make for a fall 4 wheeler ride but will be gone for several hours.

  10. Do you need to refrigerate the leftovers?

  11. Sondra on said:

    I am making my own homemade peach pie filling to make with this and using the yellow cake instead. Add cinnamon a little nutmeg & just a touch of cloves. And little vanilla. It’s great!

  12. Jacqueline on said:

    Thanks for this recipe. I made this today but with 2 cans of apple pie filling, cake mix, butter, and cinnamon. I put a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top and drizzled caramel, delicious!!
    😍

  13. Denise Selph on said:

    I made this and added some frangelico liqueur to it for an adult dessert. Delicious!

  14. Kayla on said:

    Making this today, I added vanilla and little bit of cinnamon to the peaches and grabbed some vanilla ice cream for the side when it’s finished !

  15. Megan on said:

    Can you use fresh fruit ?

  16. Tricia on said:

    I’m making this today…😎

  17. Vicki on said:

    What temp do you put your crock pot

  18. Katherine on said:

    This will be one to go for when in a hurry. We were married I Las Vegas 57 years ago in The Little Chaple of The West.
    Katherine

  19. JO ANN BURGAR on said:

    LOTS LESS WORK AND SOUNDS ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS… THANK YOU FOR THIS WEB SITE…
    BEST I HAVE SEEN… WILL TELL FRIENDS TO CHECK THIS ONE OUT.

  20. cathy needham on said:

    Made this today , it was wonderful , easy and yummy , i used a crock pot liner for easy clean up . The only thing I , did different was I added a 1/3 cup of brown sugar to the peaches , I will be making this again , thank you for sharing …

  21. Sharon Pack on said:

    I cook this with different fruits at least once a month. Big Big hit! ❤❤❤❤.
    Thank you so much
    Sharon Pack
    Enid Oklahoma

  22. Jmartin on said:

    Yummy and easy!

  23. Myranda on said:

    Can i use peaches in 100 percent juice?

  24. EBONY GADSON on said:

    I have a 7 quart slow cooker, does this change the cooking time?

    • I would recommend doubling the recipe for a 7 quart. Same time. I think the red slow cooker is a 3 or 4 quart. Slow cookers work best when the are 2/3 full and I’m afraid a single recipe of this in a larger crock would burn. But if you want to try a single batch, I’d cut the time down and keep an eye on it.

  25. Quiché on said:

    Fellow Michigander! Work at University of Michigan Hospital…..Go Blue! Recipe came out great! I added brown sugar, cinnamon and butter vanilla nut extract! Single mom of an 12 year old son. Plus Size Model in my spare time.

  26. Robert Shaner on said:

    We had our Thanksgiving yesterday and I made this with a few changes. I used three cans of peaches (29 oz)and drained one, added cinnamon, nutmeg and walnuts. It was a little to sweet (but good) for my liking so next time I will drain two cans. Just had some for breakfast and still good.

  27. Can I use pears i have some. My pot is 5qt

  28. Can I use a slow cooker liner?

  29. Hi, I have a 3 quart,. How would I do the time and heat? Thanks

    • I think you’ll be fine with the ingredients as listed in the 3 quart. Just make sure it doesn’t fill too much more than 2/3 full. If it fill it up too much, it won’t cook properly.

  30. Rachel d on said:

    Yea this took over 3 hours and still isn’t done

  31. Meshalle on said:

    Can you double the recipe and it still cook alright? Having a pot luck at work…. and I’m in charge of something sweet and I love peach cobbler!

  32. What a great idea looks delicious.

  33. This is a great recipe, we love Peach Cobbler! Hope you are having a great day and thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  34. Such a simple and delicious recipe, I can’t believe I haven’t got a crock pot yet! Thank you for sharing with FF:)

  35. Dang. Camille! I’m a single girl who can’t get behind a slow cooker — but, I may just have to buy one to try this recipe!!!

    • They make small ones! 😉

      • Kelly on said:

        I’m currently making a full recipe in a 1.5 qt slow cooker. I only have a 7 qt and 1.5 qt so trying it out in the mini. The slow cooker is stocked to tue top but since there’s no egg if it’s a little raw it’ll still be good. I’ll let you know how long it takes once it’s done.

        • How’d it work?

          • TomandKathie on said:

            I have this in my casserole Crock Pot now…I wish I would have read the comments before I started..Shucks! Next time I will add some brown sugar and cinnamon to the peaches ..that tip sounded so good! I sprinkled a cinnamon sugar on mine before the butter and have it set on High for 2 1/2 hours…I will check it then to see if it needs more time.

  36. Cobbler is the ultimate summer dessert! Thanks for sharing on Creative K Kids #TastyTuesdays

  37. I had no idea you could make this ina slow cooker! Thanks for sharing with us at #overthemoon link party and I will be trying this recipe

  38. I never think about cooking dessert in the crock pot! Thanks for sharing your recipe!

  39. Can u use fresh peaches

  40. Twila Eshelman on said:

    You have very good and very easy recipes. thank you so much. I like easy.

  41. William Brown on said:

    Damn good. I have made it 3 times plus one with apple pie filling and also cherry. Thanks

  42. Looks easy and yummy – my kind of recipe! Thanks for sharing at #Homemattersparty

  43. This looks really good and so beautifully moist! Thanks for sharing with us on Throwback Thursday!

    Mollie

  44. I found you from Saucy Saturdays! 🙂
    This looks really good. I could almost smell it.

  45. I love this SO MUCH! I used to make a similar cake in the oven, but the slow cooker idea–wonderful! I am making this soon! Pinning! (Found you at Friday Features at OMHG. Your blog is so cute and fun.)

  46. I love this! Perfect for summer. Thanks for sharing your post at the #InspirationSpotlight party. Pinned & shared.

  47. Yum! Your photos make my mouth water. I can almost smell it through the screen! I love simple recipes like this. Thanks for sharing on Family Joy Blog Link-up Party! Have a great week!

  48. Looks good! Thanks for sharing on the What’s for Dinner Linky!

  49. Laurie on said:

    Peach cobbler is such a wonderful summer time dessert! Thanks so much for sharing your recipe with us at Snickerdoodle Sunday! Pinned to share.

  50. I’ve never made peach cobbler before but this looks so good that I think I’ll have to get out the slow cooker! Thanks for sharing your recipe with us at Share The Wealth Sunday!