Instant Pot Peach Cobbler

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There’s nothing like a warm bowl of peach cobbler topped with soft vanilla ice cream. It’s one of our family’s favorite desserts and today, I’m sharing a new way to make it: Introducing instant pot peach cobbler. 

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It’s no secret that I love my instant pot and I use it several times a week. I wasn’t a super early adapter – I waited over a year after the Instant Pot craze hit the internet and I can’t believe it took me that long to buy one because I seriously love this thing. I’ve just started dipping my toes into making desserts in my Instant Pot – it’s been a mainstay for one pot dinners such as chicken curry and creamy macaroni and cheese – it’s really easy to make delicious desserts like this peach cobbler.


If you like this dessert and want another way to make peach cobbler, check out my low sugar peach cobbler and my slow cooker/crock pot peach cobbler. And, if you’re a lover of pressure cooker sweet treats, make sure you subscribe because I’m working on something delicious and chocolaty. 

I have always used frozen peaches to make my cobblers – no need to thaw first.
If you want to make this with reduced sugar, check out the Splenda baking blend and adjust the measurements accordingly. You don’t notice the difference.
You’ll need a glass or silicone bowl that fits inside your Instant Pot.
I like a lot of cinnamon and nutmeg on my cobblers. You can adjust the recipe to your taste.
You can sub complete pancake mix if you don’t have Bisquick. You’ll get the same result.

 
You’ll need to place the trivet inside the Instant Pot and then pour the water in. You’ll set your glass, Pyrex, or silicone bowl on top of the trivet.
You’ll cover the bowl with a paper towel and cover that with foil.
You can buy an Instant Pot accessory with handles – and I have one – but I think the foil sling works better.

 
This instant pot peach cobbler doesn’t have a super crisp crust – if you want that, you’ll have to pop it under the broiler for a couple minutes, which I think defeats the purpose of using the Instant Pot. This recipe is also a little bit runny from the juice of the peaces but I think it makes it that much better as it creates a nice glaze to add on top of your ice cream. Sweet and sugary!
 

 You might also like: Instant Pot Tomato Basil Soup


Instant Pot Peach Cobbler

A sweet, juicy, peach dessert you can make in your pressure cooker.

Ingredients

  • 1 package, 16 oz, frozen peaches (no need to thaw)
  • 1 cup white sugar, divided
  • 2 tablespoons ground cinnamon
  • ground nutmeg, to taste
  • 1 cup Bisquick
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 1/4 cup butter, softened
  • vanilla ice cream for serving

Instructions

  1. Add peaches, 1/2 cup white sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg to a bowl that fits inside of the instant pot. Mix well. 

  2. In a separate bowl, combine Bisquick and 1/2 cup of sugar and mix well. Cut in butter with a pastry blender (or 2 forks) until dough is crumbly and in small, pea size, chunk. Add milk and mix, just until combined. Spoon on top of peaches. 

  3. Place 1 cup of water and trivet into instant pot. 

  4. Cover bowl with 2 layers of paper towel and foil. Make a sling by folding a strip of foil in half or thirds and placing under the bowl. Bring the ends up and lift the bowl into the instant pot. Tuck in the ends of the foil. 

  5. Place the lid on the instant pot and seal shut. Close the pressure release valve. Set the instant pot to manual, 15 minutes. When cooking cycle is complete, naturally release the pressure for 10 minutes before opening the pot. 

  6. Carefully remove the pot and the cover. Let set to cool until warm. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream.

 
 

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One Comment

  1. Hey Jill…i really like your new ways of instant pot peach cobbler…and it looks soo yummy & more delicious as well….i will made them few days later….Thanks for sharing……!

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