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This Easy Ginger Blackberry Peach Cobbler is the sweetest way to use ripe batches of summer berries and peaches. Every spoonful is layered with burst blackberries, juicy, sweet summer peaches, brown sugar, vanilla, and the real secret – candied ginger to sweeten the deal. Delicious when served warm with a scoop of creamy vanilla ice cream.

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Happy Friday! Oh, I’m so excited for today, the weekend, and to be able to share this yummy peach cobbler with you all. This might be one of my favorite recipes of the summer!!

Like most of us, these days I’m doing all the summer things I can. Time outside, soaking up the summer sun, and hitting the markets for the fresh summer produce that’s so plentiful right now.

My grocery store and local Whole Foods have had the best sweet summer berries, peaches, and gorgeous stone fruits the last few weeks. The fresh in-season produce has been so inspiring!

Easy Ginger Blackberry Peach Cobbler |

When I came home with way too many berries and peaches the other day, I knew I needed to create something sweet!

So here it is, my first sweet peach recipe of the season! And as I mentioned, it might be my favorite of the summer. I just adore this cobbler!!

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Here are the details

Step 1: toss the berries and peaches

Grab a baking dish and mix the blackberries with the peaches. When it comes to berries, you can really use any variety but I’m partial to blackberries. They add a sweetness and tartness that works so wonderfully with the peaches. I also love their dark color.

Toss them up with brown sugar and butter. Then, throw the dish in the oven to begin baking.

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Step 2: make the batter

While the peaches are in the oven, make the batter. Essentially it’s just a pancake batter. Mix whole wheat flour with milk and vanilla, and then, one very special ingredient.

Candied ginger!!

This is so unexpected, but you all, it really makes the cobbler so special and delicious!!

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Step 3: grab the peaches and berries

Now grab the peaches from the oven and pour them over the batter.

Some peaches will naturally float up to the top of the dish.

Step 4: bake!

Bake everything up until the sauce is bubbling and that topping is a rich, tan color and just barely set. It’s so pretty!!

At this point, your kitchen should smell amazing!! Hints of ginger, mixed with the sweetness of brown sugar, and really good fresh summertime peaches.

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Step 5: Now we enjoy!

The one thing you must do is serve this warm, while the juices are bubbling up, and everything is smelling incredible. Add a scoop of your favorite vanilla ice cream – so yummy!

This is a classic summertime dessert that really should be happening on a bi-weekly basis throughout July, August, and even into September. It’s dangerously delicious, dangerously addicting, and all-around perfection! I just know you’ll love it!

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Looking for other summer peach desserts? Here are some favorites:

Easy Brown Sugar Peach Cobbler

Brown Sugar Peach Shortcakes

5 ingredient Raspberry Peach Sherbet

Nonnie’s 5 Ingredient Peach Dump

Cinnamon Maple Brown Butter Blackberry Peach Crisp

Lastly, if you make this Easy Ginger Blackberry Peach Cobbler, be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! Above all, I love to hear from you guys and always do my best to respond to each and every comment. And of course, if you do make this recipe, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram! Looking through the photos of recipes you all have made is my favorite!

Easy Ginger Blackberry Peach Cobbler

Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 50 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 10 minutes
Servings: 8
Calories Per Serving: 363 kcal

Nutritional information is only an estimate. The accuracy of the nutritional information for any recipe on this site is not guaranteed.



  • 1. Preheat the oven to 375° F.
    2. In a 9×13 inch baking dish toss the peaches and blackberries with 1/4 cup brown sugar, maple syrup, and butter. Bake for 10 minutes.
    3. To make the batter. Stir together the flour, 3/4 cup brown sugar, baking powder, ginger, cinnamon, and salt. Add the milk, candied ginger pieces, and vanilla. Mix until just combined.
    4. Pour the batter over the peaches and blackberries, do not stir. Bake 50-55 minutes, until the center is just set and the edges begin to brown.
    5. Serve the cobbler warm or at room temp with ice cream. Enjoy!!
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  1. 5 stars
    A friend made this for Christmas dessert. It was delicious ( loved the ginger.
    I am definitely going to try this out soon !

  2. 3 stars
    I made this over the weekend and it was ok. My family and I would have preferred a more flavorful and best texture to the crust. I kept it in the oven in hopes the crust would come together, it did but tasted undercooked. I think there are better recipes out there. I have never had a problem with any HBH recipes, but this was missing something.

    1. Hey Elizabeth, I’m really sorry that this cobbler didn’t turn out! Is there anything you did differently/substituted? Let me know how I can help! xT

  3. 5 stars
    This cobbler was excellent!
    In fact the small amount left over once my family got through with it was even better. The ginger came through more after overnight in the fridge and warming it a bit in the microwave. Well done!!

  4. 4 stars
    The fruit mixture was very tasty; not a big fan of the pancake-like batter, though. Not what I think of when I want a cobbler. Still liked it, but won’t make it again.

  5. 5 stars
    Made this recipe tonight for my family and to say it was INCREDIBLE is an understatement!! I followed the recipe exactly as is and it turned out to be the perfect summer dessert! Thank you Tieghan(:

  6. 3 stars
    So so. Used tayberries which had too much juice once they went into the oven with the brown sugar. Used light brown sugar for the topping. The color never changed from the light gray brown shown above as the uncooked version of the dish. It wasn’t very attractive even though it was cooked. I’m not the one to criticize any recipe that has sugar in it, but this one was too sweet.

    1. Hi there! Thanks for trying out the recipe, I’m sorry it didn’t turn out like you hoped! I haven’t ever used tayberries in this dish before, but good to know they may not be best for it! xT