I’m just gonna say it, peaches are the best stone fruit.
Yeah, nectarines are great. Plumbs are good too. But the real winner in this contest are peaches.
They have the most inviting smell when they are ripe. Cut one open or take a bite to reveal a soft, juicy fruit that just screams summer.
When I was pregnant with Autumn I craved them so much. I killed out grocery budget that summer with pounds and pounds of peaches. The baby gets what the baby wants!
I love peach pie and cobblers using fresh and frozen peaches, but canned peach pie filling was on sale recently so I grabbed some of that, and apple pie filling (stay tuned!). I have used that before in an awesome dump cake and let’s just say that was simple and delightful. Can’t beat some cake and fruit combined into a fruity, sweet cake. noms!
While the peach dump cake was nice and easy, this cobbler is EVEN EASIER than that!
This cobbler is just 2 ingredients!!! Just 2 cans of peach pie filling and a can of cinnamon rolls. I only suggest that you use the Duncan Hines Simply Fruit Pie Filling. Of course you can use whatever, but I think that is the best one. Totally not sponsored, I’m just opinionated about these things!
All you need to do it pour the pie filling into a pie plate, cut the cinnamon rolls into 4 pieces and top the pie filling with the pieces, bake, drizzle the frosting over it. It really takes about 5 minutes to make, and 40 minutes to bake. It can’t get simpler than that.
And you can definitely make this with cherry pie filling or apple pie filling. All of those options are delicious as well. Basically any fruit with cinnamon rolls is gonna be epic.
Be sure to enjoy your peach pie cobbler with some whipped cream or some vanilla ice cream. You won’t be able to resist.
Peach Pie Cinnamon Roll Cobbler
Makes 8 servings
- 2 21-ounce cans of peach pie filling,
- 1 can of 8 cinnamon rolls with cream cheese frosting
- Preheat oven to 350F degrees. Spray a pie plate with non-stick cooking spray.
- Pour the peach pie filling into the pie plate.
- Cut each cinnamon roll into 4 pieces.
- Bake for 40-45 minutes, until the cinnamon rolls are golden brown.
- Drizzle the cream cheese frosting over the cobbler