Peach Cobbler Recipe {Barefoot Chardonnay & Peach Cobbler}

This post brought to you by Barefoot Wine. The consumption of wine didn’t influence my opinions.

Hey, friends! Today I’m sharing a delicious recipe I cooked up with Barefoot Wine chardonnay. This time I decided to put a spin on a classic family recipe– peach cobbler. The chardonnay has green apple and peach flavors with hints of honey and vanilla so it does a wonderful job enhancing the flavor of this already amazing summertime recipe.

peach cobbler

For this peach cobbler recipe you’ll need the following ingredients: Barefoot chardonnay, all purpose flour, sugar, peaches, baking powder, butter, salt, vanilla extract, and an egg. See the printable recipe card below for the exact measurements.

peach cobbler ingredients

Begin by preheating your oven to 350 degrees. Then peel and cut up the peaches. Place them in a greased, 2-2.5 quart baking dish.

peach cobbler recipe

Add 1/4 cup sugar and 2 Tbsp. Barefoot chardonnay to the peaches. Stir and set aside.

making a peach cobbler

If you don’t have self-rising flour on hand you’ll need to mix together 1 cup all purpose flour, 1 1/4 tsp. baking powder, and 1/8 tsp. salt in a separate bowl and set aside. If you have self-rising flour, use one cup instead of having to make the all purpose flour-baking power-salt mixture.

peach cobbler instructions

Blend together 1/2 cup butter and 1 cup sugar. Use can do this by hand, but I prefer to use my stand mixer.

peach cobbler topping

Add flour mixture.

how to make peach cobbler

Add 1 egg and 1 tsp. vanilla extract. Blend well.

easy peach cobbler

Put topping mixture on top of peaches. It doesn’t have to be perfect because it will melt in the oven.

easy peach cobbler recipe

Bake at 350 for 45-50 minutes. The top of the cobbler should be golden brown.

fresh peach cobbler recipe

Allow the cobbler to cool slightly before serving– I always give it 30-45 minutes.

Pair the peach cobbler with a glass of Barefoot chardonnay or vanilla ice cream. Both are equally delicious accompaniments.

Click on the recipe card to download it.

4x6 peach cobbler with Barefoot chardonnay

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  1. Haha. The consumption of wine didn’t influence your opinion. 🙂 Does look delicious. Think I’ll pin this one! Peaches are at my farmer’s market. Time for cobbler.

  2. Oh man, this looks goooooooooood……………

  3. Mmm I love me some peach cobbler… nothing says summer like cobbler (and wine is always great too)!

  4. Your recipe looks fantastic! I might even have to try it instead of our super-secret family recipe!

    And kudos on getting sponsored by wine! That’s awesome!!

  5. This is such a great pair!! Love the pictures too. Hmmmm barefoot…you are making your way into my baking!!

  6. Oh my word, this looks absolutely delicious! And you know I love my Barefoot wines!! Never thought about cooking with it before though. Thanks for the idea and wonderful recipe!

  7. I made this wine on Sunday but I subsititued Barefoot Chardonnay for Barefoot Moscato (and I added a whole cup of it LOL). Plus, I even forgot to add the egg and vanilla (darn kids distracted me!) and it was still da bomb diggity!!!

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