How to Make Blueberry Peach Cobbler

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A summertime favorite, juicy, sweet, and fragrant peaches and late summer blueberries are perfect fruits to use for making a delicious fruit cobbler.

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This post is all about making peach cobbler using fresh peaches or canned peaches, and blueberries, with a delicious cake mix topping.

As the end of summer approaches, it’s time to enjoy the sweet fruits that are in season. Peaches and blueberries are two fruits that come into season during late summer and early fall, depending on where you are.

The combination of sweet sliced peaches with tart blueberries is great for making homemade fruit cobbler. This pretty and colorful cobbler is a perfect dessert for parties, potlucks, and quiet evenings spent at home.

This blueberry peach cobbler recipe is also easy to make using fresh, canned, or frozen fruit, making it a convenient and easy cobbler recipe for any time of year.

Using yellow cake mix makes it easy to get the perfect crust for peach cobbler. Blueberries add delicious, juicy flavor to the cobbler. This cobbler is great to serve with a cup of coffee or tea or a bowl of vanilla ice cream.

How to Make Peach Cobbler Using Box Cake Mix

Using boxed cake mix to make fruit cobbler makes it easier to bake up a delicious dessert for parties and gatherings or for a quiet evening at home. The cake mix is simply spread over the sliced peach filling. Adding butter helps the cake mix to bake to a delicious golden brown, crispy on the top and soft underneath.

To use yellow cake mix to make easy fruit cobbler topping, simply sprinkle the cake mix over the blueberry and peach cobbler filling, dot the dry cake mix with sliced butter, and bake until the fruit cobbler is bubbly and the cake mix topping is golden brown. That’s it—no eggs or fancy ingredients are needed.

Use your favorite box of yellow cake mix to make peach cobbler topping, including organic cake mix or gluten-free yellow cake mix.

How to Prepare Fresh Peaches and Blueberries for Making Blueberry Peach Cobbler

Fresh peaches come with a fuzzy skin—this helps to distinguish peaches from smoother skinned nectarines.

Peaches come in many varieties, including yellow peaches and white peaches. Yellow clingless peaches tend to be our favorite peaches for cooking, making jam, and for preserving.

You may find that it is easier to remove the pit from clingless peaches.

To prepare fresh peaches for making peach cobbler: Remove and discard the peach skin; also remove and discard the pit (or seed), any stems or leaves, and any bad spots from each peach. Then slice the fruit lengthwise and cut into bite-sized pieces.

Sliced fresh peaches are mixed with brown sugar, ground cinnamon, and other ingredients to make peach cobbler filling. Cut enough peaches to yield 4 cups of sliced peaches—about 8 whole, medium-sized peaches to start.

If using canned peaches, then use about 1 (29 oz) can of sliced peaches. Drain the canned peaches before using them in the recipe. If using frozen peaches, then thaw and drain the peaches before using.

Blueberries are the surprise ingredient for this cobbler. I added them once when I started to make a peach cobbler and discovered that I didn’t have enough peaches. It was a happy surprise, since the cobbler turned out tasty and I’ve been making it this way ever since.

Use fresh or frozen blueberries in this recipe. If using fresh blueberries, rinse and sort the blueberries to remove stems and other debris that may be in the berries. Thaw frozen blueberries and drain them before adding to the recipe.

What You Need to Make Blueberry Peach Cobbler

Here are some items that are helpful for making blueberry peach cobbler.


Peaches are a summer seasonal fruit. Use fresh peaches in season, or canned peaches any time of year to make this recipe. If using canned peaches, be sure to drain the peaches before adding them to the recipe.


Blueberries come into season during late summer or early fall. Use fresh blueberries or frozen, thawed blueberries to make this fruit cobbler.

Yellow Cake Mix

Yellow cake mix is the secret ingredient for making a delicious fruit cobbler. Simply layer the cobbler over the fruit, dot with sliced butter, and bake to perfection. Use your favorite classic, gluten-free, or organic yellow cake mix.


Many cake mix cobbler recipes call for 8 tablespoons of butter, but we prefer the way the cobbler turns out when using a few extra tablespoons to cover the cake mix. Use either unsalted or salted butter to make this recipe.

9×13-inch Baking Dish

This peach cobbler recipe makes enough to fill a 9×13-inch baking dish—perfect for leftovers or for sharing with family and friends. Bake the peach cobbler in a pretty dish that is oven-to-table ready.

Mixing Bowls

A great set of mixing bowls makes it easy to whip up your favorite desserts, plus you can use them to serve food during potlucks or game nights.

Large Spoon

A large spoon is the perfect tool for mixing up your favorite homemade cakes, muffins, cookies, and cobblers.

Measuring Cup

A large 4-cup measuring cup is one of my favorite kitchen tools. It makes it convenient to measure out large quantities of food.

Easy Blueberry Peach Cobbler

This blueberry peach cobbler recipe is perfect for capturing the taste of summer. Enjoy with coffee or tea or a scoop of ice cream.
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 8
Author Sweet Bacon & Pecans


  • 4 cups fresh sliced peaches or 1 (29 oz) can of sliced peaches, drained
  • 2 cups fresh blueberries rinsed and sorted, or 2 frozen blueberries, thawed
  • ½ cup light brown sugar
  • ½ tsp ground cinnamon
  • ¼ tsp ground nutmeg
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 box yellow cake mix
  • 12 Tbsp 1 stick plus 4 Tbsp butter, sliced


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Grease the bottom and sides of a 9×13-inch baking dish.
  • Add sliced peaches, blueberries, brown sugar, ground cinnamon, ground nutmeg, salt, and vanilla extract to a mixing bowl. Stir to combine ingredients.
  • Spoon the peach and blueberry cobbler filling into the baking dish. Sprinkle the yellow cake mix over the cobbler even. Arrange the sliced butter over the cake mix, covering it well.
  • Bake 35 to 45 minutes or until cake is cooked through and a toothpick inserted into the center of the topping comes out clean.
  • Serve blueberry peach cobbler with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.

This post was all about making easy blueberry peach cobbler using yellow cake mix topping.

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