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Brown Butter Peach Cobbler

Brown Butter Peach Cobbler

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Ben Bynum, co-owner of Philadelphia restaurants Warmdaddy’s, Relish, South Jazz Kitchen, and Green Soul, packs his favorite summer dessert with yellow Jersey peaches macerated in cinnamon, brown sugar, and mace. Then he pours brown butter on the bottom of the baking dish and adds his batter one ladleful at a time to create a ripple effect, which after baking yields crunchy constellations of caramelized bits.


  • 2 cups (400 g) granulated sugar, divided
  • 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter
  • 2 cups (250 g) all-purpose flour
  • 1 tsp. Diamond Crystal or ½ tsp. Morton kosher salt

Recipe Preparation

  • Place a rack in middle of oven; preheat to 375°. Peel skins from 2 peaches. Halve and remove pits from all of the peaches. Slice ¼" thick. Transfer to a large bowl; add brown sugar, cinnamon, mace, and ¼ cup granulated sugar and toss to combine. Let sit while you prepare the topping (at least 20 minutes).

  • Cook butter in a small skillet over medium heat, stirring often, until it foams, then browns, 5–7 minutes. Pour brown butter into a 13x9" baking dish. Whisk flour, baking powder, salt, and remaining 1¾ cups sugar in a medium bowl. Whisk in milk and vanilla, then pour batter into baking dish by the ladleful so butter swirls and mixes into batter. Top with peaches.

  • Bake cobbler until golden brown and bubbling around the edges, about 1 hour. Let cool slightly before serving.

Reviews SectionAbsolutely delicious!Stayed true to recipe, with the only addition being a couple handfuls of blueberriesI wasn’t sure when I added batter to butter, looked kinda funky, just followed directions and bakedAfter 1 hour it looked and smelled amazingDelicious!AnonymousChicago 07/20/20So easy and delicious! I added a splash of Grand Marnier to the peach/sugar/mace mixture and let it marinate for 30 minutes. Check after 48-50 minutes of baking.AnonymousNorthville, Mich07/16/20I whisked up a bowl of maple whipped cream to go with it and was absolutely delicious. I took some liberties in doubling salt and vanilla , and cutting the sugar in the batter to 3/4 of all brown sugar. The mace stole the show; I'm glad I managed to find it. I'll be reaching for it in aromatic dishes and deserts in the future.AnonymousNew York07/16/20Halved the recipe and baked in an 8x8, and subbed unsweetened soymilk for the whole milk. Turned out amazing! I ended up baking my smaller cobbler for just under 30 minutes, and the edges were crispy and the center was tender. I used less white sugar than the recipe calls for in the batter, and I thought it was the perfect sweetness. Perfect summer treat, would definitely make again!AnonymousAnn Arbor, Michigan07/04/20This was so good, but like some of the other reviewers, not what I was expecting. It's more of a cake than a cobbler. I think I should have swirled it a bit more to get it to be as pretty as the picture. I baked mine at said temperature but for about 47-48 mins and it was brown and done! Thanks for this feature, these are classics that I have saved to make for years to come.AnonymousRocky River, Ohio06/25/20Fantastic! More like a fried peach cake than a cobbler but recipe is excellent. Second time I made it, I added juice if half a lemon to peaches and that seemed to break through the sweetness a bit—in a good way. Definitely let the peaches sit 1/2 hour or so, especially if yours are not that ripe like mine were. Don’t wast the juices they release! I think you could do this with berries as well. Will try for sure.travis.summit4497New York06/20/20This was the very first time I ate (and made) cobbler and it turned out amazing! My guests asked me for the recipe (always a good sign).Hannah_RosalieThe Netherlands06/19/20So good!! I used 2/3 cup granulated sugar, 125g butter and mixed some of the cinammon-sugar syrup from the peaches into my flour mix. Think I might try this with coconut flour next time!AnonymousSydney, AU06/18/20This turned out really well. I could not find mace in three grocery stores, so I too substituted nutmeg. I was a little confused about the ladleful butter swirl instruction. The batter just sort of sunk to the bottom when I ladled in the baking dish, so I whisked to incorporate "swirls". I checked a few other cobbler recipes and was told not to stir once poured. It turned out fantastic even though I mixed. Depending on your oven, I'd check the dish after 50 minutes. I served it with the lebnah and lime ice cream from the issue.greengoFalls Church, VA06/18/20This is Definetly a good recipe that most people are going to like, but for those who enjoy their fruit deserts on the less-sweet side, the sugar needs to be cut down. I would not alter the peaches and their 1/4 cup of sugar, but I would take down the sugar in the batter down 3/4 of a cup. Also keep in mind that this is a really spongy cobbler, which I love. It’s not crispy or “crumby”.JinbaeConnecticut06/17/20I’ve made this recipe on two occasions in the past week for a total of four pans-worth and it’s absolutely perfect! I too swapped nutmeg for mace (same fruit). I also chose to peel all the peaches versus only two, owing to my husband’s texture preferences.AnonymousOrono, MN06/16/20This is SO DELICIOUS!!!!! I halved the recipe and put it in an 8x8!!!! Perfect browned butter goodness!!!Really easy and super delicious! The whole family loved it. Pairs well with vanilla ice cream.AnonymousSan Francisco 06/09/20Wife gave this a 10/10 rating. I used coarse sugar and it turned out great. I only have a toaster oven and used two loaf pans instead of a big pan and it worked out great! Great classic cobbler like my grandma used to make.AnonymousSan Francisco, California 06/09/20This was utterly delicious. I subbed nutmeg for mace and only added 1 cup of sugar when it called for 1.75 in the flour mixture. It came out super crispy, with a consistency similar to bread pudding. I would definitely make this again.AnonymousCypress, CA06/08/20I made this with canned peaches instead of fresh as that’s all I had available. It tuned out absolutely delicious, the sides ended up super crunchy and deliciously salty because of the brown butter. Will definitely be making this again!ShochefAuckland, NZ06/07/20

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