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Crock Pot Sweet Peachy Dessert - TSLCThis Crock Pot Sweet Peachy Dessert recipe tastes really good, is easy to make in the slow cooker, and even better with a big scoop of ice cream on top.  I had been checking out recipes for a crock pot cobbler and decided to try a cross between a cobbler and a crisp.  This is neither one.  It is not what I would call a cobbler and it is not crispy either.  It is more like a pudding with peaches and the oats give it a great texture.  This was my first time making this recipe and my family loved it with ice cream on top.  You could cut this in half, too, or try it with other fruits.  Since I have not made it any other way I want to try it with canned peaches and I think it would be good with apples.  This is an easy dessert that only takes a few minutes to throw into the slow cooker.

2 (1 pound) packages frozen, sliced peaches or about 6 cups

2 teaspoons vanilla extract

3/4 cup brown sugar

1 cup quick-cooking or rolled oats

1/2 cup all-purpose flour

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1 teaspoon ground nutmeg

4 tablespoons butter or 1/4 cup


Generously spray a 3 quart crock pot with cooking spray.  Add frozen peaches to the pot. (I did not thaw the peaches). Sprinkle the vanilla extract over the peaches.  In a bowl combine the brown sugar, oats, all-purpose flour, cinnamon and nutmeg.  Mix well.  Cut the butter in small pieces and mix with the flour and oats mixtures.  Sprinkle over the peaches.  Cook on low for about 3 1/2 hours.  Stir after three hours and cook another half hour.  Turn off pot, remove lid and let sit for 15 minutes.  (When you go to stir your peaches if seems too dry add a little water or if using canned peaches add a little of the peach juice. I did not add any liquid to mine.  Serve with ice cream or whipped cream.  Makes 6 to 8 servings.

Note:  You could add nuts or raisins to this recipe. Toasted pecans would be great!

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  1. Marilyn Wooster says:

    This recipe sounds so good. I want to try it.

  2. Willa Palmer says:

    Enjoy seeing all of your recipes, love pics! will continue to follow and try favorite recipes!

  3. Robin Williams says:

    Can not wait… this sound so delicious.. You are the best. Thank you

  4. Susan Elliot says:

    Could I use fresh peaches in this recipe?

  5. Kathy Johns says:

    FINALLY A RECIPE WITH FROZEN PEACHES¡¡¡¡¡¡ I go to the local peach farm every year to can and freeze peaches. Any recipe I find calls for fresh or canned. I finally learned to do the peach cobbler thang by putting frozen peaches in oven and when it all melts I add the butter and when that melts the topping. I love to cook but hate to clean so I use the metal throw away pans compliments of Sam’s. As it gets devoured I fold one end up to minimize the size of pan. Love your blog!

  6. Sounds good and might try it in the oven. Don’t seem to have good luck with a slow cooker.

  7. thebetterbaker11 says:

    Sounds soooo good! Pinning..thanks for sharing.

  8. Could this be cooked in the oven?

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