Raspberry Peach Cobbler

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Raspberry Peach Cobbler is a tasty treat, a delicious way to use fresh summer peaches and raspberries. So simple to make, with only five ingredients!

A serving of Raspberry Peach Cobbler on a blue plate with a casserole dish of cobbler on the side
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  2. Fresh or Frozen Fruit?
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  4. Frequently Asked Questions
  5. More Cobbler Combinations
  6. How to Make Raspberry Peach Cobbler
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Summer evenings are all about relaxing on the patio, listening to the whir of the sprinklers, and indulging in light, tasty desserts made with fresh fruits of the season. This Raspberry Peach Cobbler is the perfect way to use those fresh peaches and raspberries that are abundant in late summer and early fall. The sweet, ripe fruit paired with light, fluffy cake is one of those flavor combinations that can’t be beat! It reminds me of summer picnics, lake trips, and family reunions. It’s much more than a dessert; it’s tradition, it’s family time, it’s summer perfection! If you’re looking for a simple dessert to wow your family and friends this summer, give this recipe a try. You will love it!

A Raspberry Peach Cobbler in a glass baking dish


  • Peaches – fresh, peeled
  • Raspberries
  • Jell-O mix – peach or raspberry
  • Butter – melted
  • Water

Fresh or Frozen Fruit?

I always opt for fresh peaches and raspberries if they’re in season and available in my area. Many times, friends and neighbors have more fruit than they can use, and I count myself a lucky beneficiary of that goodness. However, if you aren’t able to get your hands on fresh fruit, frozen peaches and raspberries are the next best thing. Canned peaches will also work in a pinch. You really can make this dessert all year long. It just reminds me so much of summertime, that’s usually when I remember to make this dessert. You don’t even need to thaw the fruit; just toss it in as directed in the recipe card below.

How do you Blanch Peaches?

When using fresh peaches, make sure to blanch them and peel them before slicing them into the cobbler. Blanching peaches makes them easy to peel, and if you are working with peaches that aren’t quite ripe, blanching will improve the flavor. To blanch peaches, place peaches in a large pot of boiling water. If the peaches are ripe, only leave them in the boiling water for about 40-45 seconds. If the peaches are not quite ripe, leave them in the boiling water for one minute. Any longer than the recommended time in the boiling water, and the peaches will start to cook. In this recipe, that doesn’t do much harm since the peaches are going to be cooked anyway, but they will start to soften up enough that they become more difficult to peel.

Raspberry Peach Cobbler served on a blue plate with ice cream on the side

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you make a cobbler the night before?

Cobblers contain a lot of moisture, so if you cook it the night before, it can go quite soggy. If you want to make things a little faster for yourself, you can prep your peach raspberry cobbler by getting the fruit ready ahead of time. But it’s a quick make, there isn’t too much to prep for this summer fruit cobbler.

What goes with berry cobbler?

My favorite thing to eat with this peach cobbler recipe is vanilla ice cream (best served in a large bowl haha). Just take out a pint, give everyone a scoop, maybe sprinkle a few fresh raspberries on top, and you are golden!

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More Cobbler Combinations

This recipe is so wonderful because of its versatility. You can be creative and try different combinations of fruit, Jell-O flavors, and cake mix flavors. I love the aroma in my house when I make this dessert as well – who needs a candle when something yummy is baking in the oven! Try fresh cherries, blackberries or apricots with lemon, strawberry or peach Jell-O. Whatever you like or have on hand, try it in this cake. I have never met a cake cobbler I didn’t like. And speaking of which, here are a few more delicious fruit dessert recipes to try:

How to Make Raspberry Peach Cobbler

Raspberry Peach Cobbler served on a blue plate with ice cream on the side

Raspberry Peach Cobbler

5 from 6 votes
Raspberry Peach Cobbler is a tasty treat, a delicious way to use fresh summer peaches and raspberries. So simple to make, with only five ingredients!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Total Time 55 minutes
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 12



  • 8 fresh peaches (peeled) enough to fill a 9×13 pan about half way
  • 1 1/2 cups raspberries
  • 3 oz peach Jell-O mix or raspberry
  • 1 white cake mix
  • 1/4 cup butter melted
  • 1/4 cup water


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Layer peaches on the bottom of a 9×13 baking dish.
  • Place raspberries evenly on top of peaches.
  • Sprinkle Jell-O mix over peaches and raspberries.
  • Carefully sprinkle cake mix over the Jell-O layer.
  • Drizzle butter and water over the cake mix.
  • Place in oven and bake for 45 minutes, or until cake layer is lightly browned.
  • This is delicious served warm with ice cream. It is also good served cold with a dollop of whipped cream.


Fresh peaches and raspberries taste best, but when they are not in season you can also use frozen or canned peaches and frozen raspberries. The cobbler will still be delicious!
Make your own whipped cream to go on top! Mix 1 cup of cold heavy cream with about 2 tablespoons of powdered sugar and a teaspoon of vanilla extract. 

Nutrition Information

Calories: 272kcalCarbohydrates: 54gProtein: 4gFat: 6gSaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 10mgSodium: 377mgPotassium: 216mgFiber: 3gSugar: 34gVitamin A: 410IUVitamin C: 9.7mgCalcium: 104mgIron: 1.2mg

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Echo lives in Pleasant Grove, Utah with her husband, Todd, who works in advertising, and her four kids: two girls and two boys. She deploys her accounting degree as the blog’s resident problem solver. In her time outside the kitchen, Echo loves to get away from the phones and busy schedules and spend quality time with the family. Anywhere’s great – but getting out into nature in the mountains or on the beach – is the best kind of getaway.

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  1. I didn’t care for this. I only used a sprinkle of raspberries. They still overwhelmed the peach flavor, even with peach jello.

  2. This looks really delicious, but I was also looking for your chocolate raspberry cake and this post keeps coming up…..help (lol) 🙂

  3. I might have done something wrong, but my cake mix stayed dry on the top. At the end of 45 min I had to mix it into the saucy goodness below and rebake it for another 10 min. What did I do wrong?

    1. It could have been the butter needed to be spread more evenly? I’m not sure why it would have been so dry. You can also add more butter if you feel like it’s not enough to spread over the cake mix. Hope this helps!

  4. 5 stars
    Raspberries and peaches are my two favorites! This cobbler is delicious and so easy to make. Love it!

  5. 5 stars
    This peach cobbler is the perfect dessert for me to make since it’s been so warm here!

  6. This is actually a really great, quick and simple, weeknight dessert. I used frozen peaches, fresh raspberries and half of the box of peach jello. My family loved it! It was much lighter than I expected. My husband and grown son calls it fruit crack. Will be making this again. Thank you!

  7. Jello and cake mix? Oh no, not for me. A waste of fresh peaches in my book. More like a dump cake than a cobbler.