Quick and Easy Instant Pot Peach Apple Cobbler

Hi friends!

I don't usually blog about food, and there is a really good reason for that.  It's not that I don't like EATING food...it's just that cooking to me usually seems more like a chore than something fun. Hoping to make dinner time a little bit easier,  I purchased an Instant Pot a little over a month ago and since then I've been playing around with it trying to figure out what I like it for.  

This process--of adapting old recipes and trying new ones--reminds me a lot of when I used to work in a laboratory...and I've had so much fun with this process!  

This cobbler is one of the "hits" so far.  It's easy too!  So I thought I'd share it here.
 I really love this time of year because summer fruit is still available, but fall fruit is starting to come in too.  Of course you could substitute out one kid of fruit for the other too, but I like the peach and apple mix.

The cobbler is made even more simple by using Bisquick pancake mix for the dough.  Easy Peasy.
Alright, who's ready to make some cobbler?

Here's the recipe:

Instant Pot Peach & Apple Cobbler

1 c water
4 apples pealed and sliced**
4 peaches sliced
3/4 tsp cinnamon
pinch nutmeg
3/4 tsp allspice
 2 tsp cornstarch
1/2 c sugar
2T butter

1.5 c Bisquick pancake mix
1/2 c milk
1/3 c sugar 

**For the apples I have tried different varieties with different outcomes.  In the pictures I used Granny Smith apples, but I found them to not hold their shape as well with cooking.  Previously though, I used apples from our apple tree in our backyard and they were great! (Unfortunately I don't know the variety of apple from our very old apple tree, but I did find this guide from Bon Appetit as to which varieties hold up their shape best when cooking. 

Cut up your apples and peaches and put them in the instant pot with water, and all of the ingredients (except for the topping).  Make sure the fruit it well tossed with the spices. 

Then, in a separate bowl, mix all the ingredients for the topping together.  Spread it over the fruit, and cook 9 minutes on high pressure in your Instant Pot. 
Do a quick release, and it should look like this. 

Scoop it out and serve with Vanilla Ice Cream on top.  Yummy!!!
I hope you don't mind me sharing this recipe with you instead of a craft project this week!  

Have a great week everyone!!




  1. I am new to Instant-Potting and appreciate this post! Your recipe looks tantalizing and easy enough for a newbie, so I'll be trying it out this week! Thank you!

    1. Hi Kathy! Thanks for your comment! Best of luck with your new instant pot! It can be overwhelming at first, but then you'll love how easy it is!

  2. Sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing:)

    1. Gabi, we always think of you when we make cobbler! :-P



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