Campfire Bourbon Peach Cobbler

by Sydney Ryanczak

I have so much fun trying Pinterest recipes.  I feel like I’m on the verge of failure every time I try one!  Every now and then though, I actually try and make a “Pinterest” worthy project or recipe…like this camping Bourbon Peach Cobbler!  Not only did I not screw it up, but I didn’t even have the recipe because I couldn’t get internet access.  I only went from memory!  Woohoo!  Gold star for me!  Perfect for camping, this cobbler was easy and delicious.

A couple of notes about preparing.  You can prepare this in a cast iron skillet or dutch oven.  I used a regular skillet because I thought it was going to rain and I’d have to do this inside the camper.  The rain let up so we cooked outside.  Cook it on the campfire itself or on a grill.  I used the grill and put the skillet right on top.

This recipe originally came from Fresh Off the Grid so check out their site for the original recipe.  I’m giving the exact instruction I did the day I made it from memory.

Campfire Bourbon Peach Cobbler

Serves: 2 Prep Time: Cooking Time:
Nutrition facts: 200 calories 20 grams fat
Rating: 4.5/5
( 2 voted )


  • 2 large Peaches peeled and sliced
  • 2 tbsp butter
  • 1/2-ish cup Bourbon
  • Original Purely Elizabeth Granola (to your liking)


Peel and slice the peaches into wedges.  Melt butter in a skillet (preferably in a cast iron skillet over a campfire!) and once melted, add peaches.  Cook peaches until soft, about 10 minutes.  Pull skillet off the fire and stir in bourbon.  Watch out for flare-ups!  Put back on the fire and cook another minute or 2 until the bourbon is absorbed with the peaches.  Toss in a handful of granola and stir.  Pour peach mixture into bowls and top with additional granola to your liking.

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