I am not sure if I should call this Crock Pot Peach Crumble or Cake. It is kind of a combination of both a cake and a crumble. I have a ton of peaches from this summer. We picked 40 pounds of peaches at Greenbluff and froze them for the winter. It has been so nice being able to pull out peaches whenever I want them.
Crock Pot Peach Crumble
This recipe is so easy to make! The house smelled amazing while it was cooking. This would be a great after-dinner treat or after church treat.
If you have frozen peaches you have saved from summer you can use them in this great recipe.
- Sliced peaches
- Dry oats
- All-purpose baking mix
- Brown sugar
- Water or peach juice
We served this with Vanilla Ice Cream and it was wonderful. The hot peaches were amazing with the ice cream melting over them.
We hope you enjoy this delicious Crock Pot Peach Crumble Recipe! It is a great easy recipe for a party or family dinner.
I love that you can get this set up ahead of a party and have it warm and ready when your guests arrive.
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Crock Pot Peach Cake/Crumble
- 4 Cups peaches sliced
- ⅔ Cup dry oats
- ⅓ Cup Bisquick Baking Mix Bisquick
- ½ Cup White Sugar
- ½ Cup Brown Sugar
- ½ Cup Water or peach juice
- Spray Crock-Pot with non-stick spray
- Place peaches along the bottom of the Crock-Pot
- Mix dry ingredients in a bowl, stir in water or peach juice
- Spoon over peaches and stir in gently
- Cook low for 4 hours
Recipe originally shared on March 7, 2013. Updated October 2020.
YUMMY YUMMY Tammilee! I noticed your recipe from a post on Twitter and just had to come and check this one out. I do have some fresh peaches just waiting to go into the crock pot. You know where I am headed. Thanks for sharing Chery :))
can you use canned peaches?
Cindy, I have not tried it with canned peaches but I am sure it would work. I would just make sure you drain them so it is not really soggy.
How many servings is this?
Can I use canned peaches?
This sounds SOooo good!! I want to try it, but have no clue what "all-purpose baking mix is" Is it just flour?
I used a Bisquick like mix for the recipe. .