Small Batch Biscuit Peach Cobbler
This biscuit peach cobbler recipe is perfect for folks who love their breakfast biscuits with a side of fresh, seasonal fruit! Unlike traditional biscuit peach cobblers, which instruct you to layer the peaches with biscuit crumbles, this recipe is more “biscuit-forward.” The recipe instructs you to make four super flaky and layered buttermilk biscuits, then surround the biscuits with the peaches. The resulting dessert has tons of different textures: the bottom of the biscuits get soaked and extra flavorful with peach juice, while the top of the biscuits remain flaky and crisp. Access the recipe by supporting Hummingbird High on Patreon!
Why You Should Make This Biscuit Peach Cobbler Recipe
Here are all the reasons to make this biscuit peach cobbler:
This biscuit peach cobbler recipe is small batch.
Most biscuit peach cobbler recipes on the internet instruct you to make the cobbler in a 9 x 13-inch pan. That’s a LOT of cobbler! Cobbler is also one of those desserts that don’t keep well, and instead is best eaten fresh out of the oven. So to avoid any leftovers, I developed a small batch biscuit cobbler recipe.
What does that mean? The recipe makes only 4 biscuits, or enough to feed 2 hungry folks or 4 more reasonable ones. It’s just the right size for a smaller household!
This biscuit peach cobbler recipe is infinitely customizeable.
The best part about this biscuit peach cobbler is that it’s crazy customizable. I’ve included notes on how to substitute out the peaches with the other fruit of your choice, as well as how to scale the fruit up or down depending on your preferences. I’ve also included tons of notes on how to bake the recipe in different small pans like a 9 x 5-inch loaf pan, a 6-inch round cake pan, and more!
Small Batch Biscuit Peach Cobbler: An Exclusive Recipe For Patreon Supporters
Now that I’ve convinced you to make this biscuit peach cobbler, I have some potentially bad news. You’ll need to support me on Patreon to access the recipe. Before you click out, please either learn more about why I started a Patreon.
But the TL/DR is this: Patreon supporters of Hummingbird High get exclusive access to extra recipes like this one with a basic $1 or $5 subscription. Supporters also have the exclusive ability to choose the recipes I develop for Patreon by participating in a monthly poll. Previous recipes have included:
- Blueberry Scones (Small Batch)
- Yellow Sheet Cake with Chocolate Frosting (Small Batch)
- Cinnamon Rolls (Small Batch)
- Mini American Flag Cake
- No Bake Cheesecake Bars (Small Batch)
- Peach Crumb Bars (Small Batch)
- Pumpkin Snickerdoodles
- Baked Apple Cider Donuts
- Peppermint Bark Oreos
- Gateau Basque
- Blood Orange Drizzle Cake
- Small Batch Baileys Brownies
- Lemon Pudding Cake
- 6-Inch Victoria Sponge Cake Recipe
- Small Batch Streusel Coffee Cake Recipe
- 6 Inch Japanese Strawberry Shortcake
And now, this small batch biscuit peach cobbler. Hooray!
Why Becoming a Patreon Supporter Helps Me Create Recipes
By becoming a patron of Hummingbird High, you are enabling me to keep developing the baking recipes that you have been using and relying on during these critical times. You’ll also enable me to shift my focus away from pitching to sponsors and working on branded content, and instead spend more time creating recipes and tutorials that are specifically made for you and your needs. You can see examples of this work on these recipe blog posts for Small Batch Brownies, Small Batch Blueberry Muffins, and Small Batch Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins.
I’m hoping that, through Patreon, I can continue to develop more personalized recipes thanks to the generous support of viewers and readers like you. Please learn more by either heading to my Patreon page. If you’re unable to financially support my work right now, don’t worry! I completely understand—it’s a tough time out there for everybody. Check out this blog post about the other ways you can support my work for FREE with nothing more but a few minutes of your time.
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