Dutch Oven Peach Cobbler
Posted By
Ashley Phipps
Friday, July 26, 2019
Materials Needed: 
  • HomeRight Electro-Torch
  • Charcoals (without lighter fluid)
  • Firepit or Charcoal Grill
  • Seasoned Dutch Oven
  • Canned Peaches in 100% Juice
  • Cinnamon
  • Brown Sugar
  • Vanilla Cake Mix
  • Butter

Project Steps


This dutch oven peach cobbler recipe is so easy to make and so delicious!  It only requires 5 ingredients, many of which you probably already have at home!  

Step 1


This dish is best cooked over charcoal in a dutch oven.  Yes, you can put it in your oven, or in a slow cooker, but the dutch oven is the best in my opinion.  

Charcoals without lighter fluid is my preference.  I feel like any time I use lighter fluid, or charcoals infused with lighter fluid, I can taste the chemical lighter fluid taste on all my food.  Yuck.  

In the past, I have used a chimney to get my coals going, and that totally works!  But it takes a long time to get the coals going that way.

So now I use my HomeRight Electro-Torch.  This amazing appliance gets my coals going in just a few minutes!  Seriously!

I simply put my coals into my firepit or in a grill, then I use my Electro-Torch to light them.

With the new Electro-Torch, I press it on the #1 setting.  This blasts 1500 degree hot air to light the coals on fire.  

Once the coals are going, I love to switch to #2 which blows air faster and is perfect to stoke the fire and coals to help them burn faster and hotter. 

And when you get the coals going in one area, you can use #2 to help the flames spread to the rest of the coals faster.  

I can't believe how fast this amazing Electro-Torch is!

Be sure to snag your Electro-Torch HERE.

Step 2


Because your charcoal will take a few minutes to be ready to use, once I get my coals going, I like to turn my attention to preparing this peach cobbler!

This is a dump and go recipe, so it only takes a few minutes of prep time!

These ingredients are ones that are so simple to keep on hand so you can create this any time you want!

You will begin by draining one can of peaches.  Dump the drained peaches and the other can (of not drained peaches) into your dutch oven.  

Sprinkle cinnamon and brown sugar on top.

Then top with the vanilla cake mix!

Finally, you'll cut your butter into thin slices and place evenly on top. 

Check out my corresponding Blog Post HERE with the entire Easy Peach Cobbler recipe, tips and tricks for making this extra delicious!

*If you want, you can add a few fresh peach slices sprinkled with cinnamon onto greased tin foil over the flames to grill them to put on top of your cobbler.

Step 3


After your cobbler is prepared in your dutch oven, you will put the lid on, and place it in your charcoal. 

You will want coals surrounding your dutch oven, and I also like to place 6-8 coals on top of the lid to help cook the cobbler evenly. 

Depending on how hot your coals are, how many coals you have and other factors, this can take around 45-60 minutes to cook.

I am sharing tips for how to know when your cobbler is cooked HERE. 

Step 4


Once your cobbler is cooked, you can take it off of the coals and let it cool slightly.  

Add your grilled peaches on top if you like.

Then serve warm with delicious vanilla ice cream!                                                                                                                      

I love cooking over charcoals!  Whether I am at home, or camping, cooking over charcoals gives food such a delicious taste that our whole family just loves.  And using a dutch oven is a versatile and easy way to cook so many foods including this delicious dutch oven peach cobbler!!  Keep reading for all the details. 

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