This is the best and easiest Vegan Peach Cobbler! Perfect when peaches are in season, you will want to make this over and over again.

peach cobbler in a white bowl with ice cream

Does anyone else enjoy peach season as much as I do? This time of year peaches start showing up at the Farmer’s Market, and they are beyond incredible! We eat plenty of them sliced for snacks, and I even put some peeled and diced peach on my pizza last week. It was actually delicious! But my other favorite thing to do with fresh peaches? MAKE PEACH COBBLER!

Specifically, this vegan peach cobbler. It truly is the best, with a perfectly sweet topping and plenty of fresh peaches. Plus it’s easy to make!

peach cobbler, cooked, with a gold spoon in casserole dish

How to make Vegan Peach Cobbler:

(See recipe card at the bottom of the post for the full recipe and print options)

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F and lightly grease a 2-quart baking dish. Prepare your peaches. I simply sliced them, but you can peel them and dice them if you’d like.

To peel peaches: The skin doesn’t bother me, but to easily peel peaches, boil a large pot of water, then turn off the heat and drop the peaches in, whole, for about 10 seconds. Then place them in an ice bath or run them under cold water. After that, the skins can be peeled off easily.

Next, place the peaches in the dish, and sprinkle with sugar and cornstarch. Mix well in the dish and spread out evenly. Make the simple cobbler batter, then spread it on top of the peaches. It doesn’t have to be perfect. Bake for 30-35 minutes, until the crust is golden and the peaches are bubbling.

collage of how to put together vegan peach cobbler

Can I use frozen or canned peaches?

It’s definitely better with fresh peaches, but you can use frozen or canned peaches as well. For frozen, thaw and drain them before using. For canned, drain them before using.

How ripe should fresh peaches be for cobbler?

You want peaches that are ripe but still somewhat firm, not too soft and mushy or your cobbler will be mushy as well.

Can I make this in advance?

No, I wouldn’t suggest it. It’s really best fresh, though I enjoy any leftovers from the refrigerator for a few days. You could prepare your peaches ahead of time, so it’s faster to put together when you are ready to serve it.

close up of vegan peach casserole in dish with a gold spoon

Serve peach cobbler warm with a scoop of non-dairy vanilla ice cream or coconut whipped cream. Leftovers keep for 2-3 days in the refrigerator, and taste great cold or warmed up. Enjoy!

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Easy Vegan Peach Cobbler

This is the best and easiest Vegan Peach Cobbler! Perfect when peaches are in season, you will want to make this over and over again.
Prep: 15 mins
Cook: 35 mins
Total: 50 mins
Servings: 6 servings



  • 3 cups sliced or diced peaches (about 4 large peaches) peeled if desired, see Notes
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 tablespoon cornstarch



  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F and lightly grease a 2 quart baking dish. A 8x8 dish will work as well. You can even use a 9x13 dish but the cobbler will be more spread out.
  • Prepare the peaches: Slice or dice your peaches (peel if desired, see Note on how to best do this). Place them in the casserole dish, then sprinkle the 1/4 cup of sugar and cornstarch on top. Mix right in the dish to combine, then spread the peaches out evenly in the dish.
  • Make the batter: In a large bowl, mix together the melted vegan butter, sugar, vanilla and soy milk. Now add the flour, baking powder and salt and mix to combine. The batter will be thick, with a cookie dough consistency.
  • Using a spatula or your hands, sprinkle the batter on top of the peaches and spread out a little bit. It doesn't have to be perfect, or cover all of the peaches.
  • Bake for 30-35 minutes, until the crust is slightly golden and the peaches are bubbling. Remove from the oven and serve warm with a scoop of vegan vanilla ice cream or coconut whipped cream. Enjoy!



  1. How to peel peaches: To easily peel peaches, bring a large pot of water to a boil. Turn off the heat once boiling, and immerse the peaches in the water for about 10 seconds, then remove them and place them in an ice bath, or run them under cold water. Then the peels will come off so easily.
  2. For gluten free, replace the flour with a gluten free flour blend.
  3. To make this for a large crowd, double and make in a 9x13 inch casserole dish.


Serving: 1serving | Calories: 353kcal | Carbohydrates: 58g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 13g | Saturated Fat: 3g | Sodium: 173mg | Potassium: 236mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 40g | Vitamin A: 980IU | Vitamin C: 5mg | Calcium: 40mg | Iron: 1mg
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Author: Nora Taylor
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  1. Great recipe and super easy to follow. I’m not a vegan, so I just used regular butter in the topping and served the warm cobbler with vanilla ice cream. It was a bit too sweet for me, but it’s a tiny adjustment for next time. Great way to celebrate peaches, and it might work well with other stone fruit too.

  2. Shalawam Nora,
    This Cobbler sounds delicious and am going to try this recipe. Will let you know.
    Thank you.

  3. Hi Nora,

    I am new to making vegan dishes, and I appreciate your dessert recipes. So far, I used your brownies and peach cobbler recipes and they are wonderful. 

    I have to admit, I am not a skilled baker. The brownies were excellent my first time making them. However, I did not follow directions for the peach cobbler. The first time, I made double the batter because I wanted more crust, but that was disatrous. Nevertheless, I followed your recipe, a second time, as you have it and the peach cobbler was excellent. 

    Thank you for making delicious and easy recipes. I will make sure to follow directions in the future.

    Thanks again,

    1. Hi Jacquetta. Welcome to my site! I’m glad that you have enjoyed the recipes so far! Yes, the recipes will turn out best if the directions are followed exactly. When there are possible variations, I usually include that in the write up, or in the notes at the end of the recipe. Thanks for sharing your wonderful feedback, and I hope you enjoy your journey through my recipes! Please reach out with any questions you may have. I always appreciate your feedback, and wish you happy cooking!

  4. Wow, this was delicious! I only made one addition by adding a little cinnamon to the peaches. Everyone loved it, thanks for you wonderful recipes!

    1. Hi Kathleen. I’m so glad you loved the cobbler! The cinnamon addition sounds really good! Thank you for sharing your wonderful feedback!

  5. This recipe is awesome and easy, but a little too sweet for me. Ended up using a combination of nectarines, peaches, and fresh pitted cherries, which is what I had on hand. Added the juice of a Meyer lemon from my tiny deck tree. Added a dash of cinnamon and nutmeg to the batter, which was a bit dry, so added another tablespoon of melted vegan butter, and then it came together beautifully. I think I had more fruit volume than the recipe called for and ended up baking it for an additional 20 minutes — my old gas oven is unreliable — and waited until the crisp just started to turn golden. Going to repeat using all peaches, this time good ones from my farmer’s market, maybe 1/3 less sugar, and try adding some instant oats to the crust to make it more of a “crumble”. Am excited to be finally learning how to bake — thank you, Nora!

    1. Hi Christo. I’m happy to hear you liked the cobbler! Adjusting the sugar is absolutely ok if you like your desserts less sweet. Your combination of fruits sounds really delicious! Thank you for taking time to share your feedback and ideas! I’m glad you are enjoying baking new recipes!

  6. This is without a doubt the best cobbler ever! I bought peaches a couple days ago and have just been so busy, that I hadn’t gotten around to making it. Finally, tonight I said enough is enough and made sure to make this after dinner. The whole recipe took less than 15 minutes to prep and smelled glorious while baking! I added a half teaspoon of almond extract which really elevated the whole thing! Served with some vegan vanilla ice cream tied it all together and will make for a worthy dessert to achieve my extra serving after dinner.

    If you have peaches and 15 minutes to spare in the kitchen, I highly recommend making this recipe to improve your entire day!

    1. Hi Athena. The added almond extract sounds amazing! I’m thrilled that you loved the cobbler, and found it fast and easy! Thanks for sharing your fantastic feedback!

      1. Unbelievably delicious recipe. It’s so easy to make, too. I love all your recipes and your site is the first place I check when I want a reliable recipe. Thanks so much!

        1. Hi Donna. Knowing you are loving my recipes and have confidence in my site makes me happy! Thank you for sharing your great feedback! I’m thrilled you loved the cobbler! Happy cooking!

  7. I don’t normally leave comments but I had to this time because I made a test batch yesterday for someone that wants a dairy free cobbler, and I left the kitchen and came back to half an empty dish because my husband was snow shoveling it into his mouth. Lol! So thank you for apparently “the best dessert I’ve ever made”. 

  8. Hello! Do I put chunks of unmelted butter in a half cup, or melt the butter until I have a half cup of melted butter?

    1. It should be 1/2 cup melted. If you have sticks, then you can use 1 stick which equals half a cup. Hope that helps!

  9. Nora, you’re recipes never disappoint. This was no exception!! I didn’t peel my peaches so this was supper quick to throw together as well. I can see this recipe becoming a go to dessert recipe especially for get togethers with non-vegans. 

  10. This recipe is absolutely amazing. I will definitely make this for thanksgiving dessert this year. I want to show my family and friends that you can have delicious desserts while being vegan! I added cinnamon and nutmeg to the recipe and it was superb. Thank you!

    1. Hi Kimberly. I’m thrilled you love the peach cobbler! I bet it smelled wonderful with the spices! I appreciate you taking time to share your wonderful feedback and ideas! Wishing you lots of happy baking!

  11. Nora this is way overdue but your recipes are truly delicious! This peach cobbler is super easy to make and so so good. I have made it several times now and it’s my go-to when getting invited to dinner, and I offer to bring dessert. Non-vegans love it and always want seconds!

    1. Hi Erin. Thanks so much for taking time to share your wonderful feedback and review! I’m so glad you are loving the peach cobbler! Definitely a fun dessert to take for a dinner! Happy cooking!

  12. I love all of Nora’s recipes but this one wasn’t my favorite. We doubled it for a 9×13 pan and it was way too much vegan butter. The cookie topping was not like a regular cobbler and the butter taste was overwhelming. Bummer!! 

  13. We made this last night and it was so freaking good. We’re right in the middle of “peach season” here in GA and I see many more cobblers in our future.

    Thank you for another fantastic recipe!

    1. I’m so thrilled you loved the peach cobbler, Rachael. Sounds like you are in the perfect place for cobbler! Thank you for your great feedback! Wishing you lots of happy baking!

  14. I’ve been making a few of your recipes for some time now, and all of them have been OUTSTANDING! This one is superb as well…enough so that I had to comment. Even reheated the next day it was absolutely delicious. The only changes I made were to reduce the drop biscuit sugar from 3/4 cup to 1/2 cup (juicy peaches) and sprinkle in some cinnamon and nutmeg. Family loved it!

    1. Thank you so much for your wonderful feedback, Amanda! I’m so happy to hear that you and your family loved the cobbler!

  15. I added some other fruit and the whole thing melted in my mouth, yummy! everyone in family enjoyed it and this is the second time I have made this divine dessert! Yay for Nora cooks who has the best vegan recipes!!!!!!!

    1. Hi Jessica. Thank you for your wonderful words of encouragement! I’m thrilled you loved the peach cobbler! I appreciate you sharing your feedback and review!

  16. Thank you for this recipe. I did tinker with it a bit. I used light brown sugar instead of white sugar. I only used 1/2 c. brn. sugar in the batter, and I used oat milk vs. soy. I also added cinnamon and a hint of cardamom in with the peaches. It was delicious. Everyone LOVED it. No ice cream needed.

    1. Hi Judith. I’m glad you loved the cobbler, and that everyone else did as well! Thanks for sharing your great feedback, and your ideas! Happy cooking!

  17. Mmm. Yes. Exactly, what I needed. I just made this using nectarines (don’t have peaches on hand, and I’m not going to the store). Added about 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon and 1/4 ground ginger (love me some spices), used coconut oil in place of the butter, my flour was sprouted spelt, and cut the sugar down to 1/2 cup total (my nectarines are super juicy and sweet). Placed all this in a pie dish and baked for 30 minutes. This is so good! Thank you Nora from keeping me from snapping at hubby tonight. Lol. 

  18. Hi I’m not vegan but I love your recipes. Can I sub the soy milk with oat milk or while milk? Also, can I use regular butter instead if vegan butter? Let me know. 

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