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Peach Cobbler Cake

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Peaches are summer’s sweetest gift. Peach cobbler cake is every bit of peach cobbler pie but wrapped up in an adorable cake package! Let’s make Peach Cobbler Cake!

As a cake decorator, I’m always looking for ways that I can take classic desserts and make them into cake. Pies are an easy inspiration, especially when the fruit happens to be in season! Don’t fret, if peaches aren’t in season for you, frozen peaches are the perfect way to indulge in this sunny recipe all year long. Pistachio Pound Cake with Cream Cheese Swirl could also be great option to enjoy.

Some notes before we get started:

What you’ll need:

Peach Cobbler Cake
Peach Cobbler Cake
Equipment:
  • Mixer with paddle and whisk attachments
  • 3, 6” cake pans or 2, 8”
  • Cardboard- cake board 8”
  • Bowls
  • Spatula
  • Offset spatula for cake decorating
  • Kitchen scale
  • Cooling rack
  • Laser thermometer
  • Cake turn table or lazy susan

Delicious Peach Cobbler Cake ​

Ingredient NOTES:

Almost all of these ingredients you should have in your pantry, but if not they can be found easily at your local supermarket. Here are some notes about specialty ingredients you might not have.

Peach Cobbler Cake Ingredients
Peach Cobbler Cake
  • Buttermilk- buttermilk is super important to the texture of this cake, but whole milk with TBS of white vinegar mixed in can be substituted here if needed. Let it sit on the counter for up to 20 minutes to start to curdle before using. (1 cup milk to 1 TBS vinegar)
  • Sweetened Condensed Milk- I use a 14 oz can. Make sure the condensed milk is cold, it will help your buttercream come together easier. I pop mine in the fridge the night before!
  • Brown Sugar- I have used light and dark brown, use what you have!
  • Lemon juice- can be used from concentrate or fresh
  • Peaches- This recipe calls for a 12 oz bag of frozen peaches, but feel free to use fresh peaches or a mix of both. I decorated with fresh peaches and used frozen for the filling.
Peach Cobbler Cake
Peach Cobbler Cake
Cake Decorating Tips:
  • After the cake layers have cooled on a rack for 10 minutes wrap the cake layers in plastic and freeze them. This helps seal in moisture and working with frozen layers will help the whipped cream firm up easier.
  • Pipe a border of cream around the cake layer before adding the filling to keep the filling sealed inside the cake.
  • Freeze the cake in between adding whipped cream to firm the cream and seal in any crumbs
  • Always flip the top cake layer upside down to give you a beautiful flat top for your peaches and cake crumbles.
Peach Cobbler Cake on cake stand
Slices of Peach Cobbler Cake

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