Mini Peach Cobblers in jars are the perfect individual size portion dessert made with fresh or frozen peaches and blueberries and are full of flavor.
I love making desserts in Mason Jars. These Peach and Blueberry Cobblers in Jars would be fun to decorate and give them as little gifts. Because when you bake for someone, it is like a gift. Don’t you think so?
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I especially like these small jars that completely contain the dessert and you can add a lid to it for transporting, plus you can either decorate the lid or even add a homemade label to it if it is for a shower or birthday.
Mini Peach Cobblers in Mason Jars
I also included blueberries in this dessert because I think they look pretty and taste amazing together. The Hubs and I went and picked some peaches this weekend at Oak Glen in Southern California, and they were so juicy they almost melted in my mouth. I knew they would be good in this dessert. Plus, how can you go wrong with cobbler or crisp which is another name you can use.
Talk about a simple quick dessert, I forgot how easy these were to make. You can also modify the recipe to make more or less.
Mini Peach Cobblers Recipe
Peach Cobbler in Mason Jars
- 16 oz peaches chopped
- 1 – 2 cups blueberries
- 1 TB lemon juice
- 1 cup self rising flour If you don’t have self rising, use all purpose and add 1/2 ts of baking powder
- 1 cup brown sugar
- 1/2 stick Cold Butter
- 2 ts Cinnamon
- Whipping Cream or whipped cream optional for topping
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees
- Spray the inside of 6 – 8 oz jars with cooking spray, and place in a baking pan
- Add the lemon juice to the fruit and stir until coated
- Place the Peaches and or Blueberries in the jars equally
- Using a pastry blender, blend butter into sugar and flour until it resembles coarse crumbles.
- Mix all the dry ingredients and sprinkle on the top of fruit
- Bake for 25 minutes
- Mix up whipping cream and place a dollop on top and add an (optional) sprinkle of cinnamon on top and mint sprig if desired.
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How to Make Cobbler Gluten-Free
You can make this peach cobbler gluten free by substituting gluten free flour for the self rising flour and adding 1/2 ts of salt and 1/2 ts of xanthan gum.
Use Fresh or Frozen Fruit in Cobbler
I hope you will take advantage of fresh peaches and blueberries while they are in season during the summer, but you can also use frozen fruits and make this all year.
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