You’re probably familiar with Peach Cobblers; here’s my take on the classic: Tennessee Peach Pudding. That is correct; you did hear that. Pudding. This is one of those delightful desserts in which a syrup that is more watery than usual is poured over the top, and as the dish bakes, the syrup sinks down into the dessert, making it even more delectable. One word that comes to mind to describe this mouthwatering pudding is extraordinary. It’s packed with juicy peaches, so every bite will satisfy your sweet need.

After discovering this recipe online for the first time, I read the reviews, and they were all over the place. But since I’ve prepared several pudding desserts in the past, where you pour syrup on top of the batter, I wasn’t hesitant to give this one a try because I’ve done it before. If you cook the puddings for a sufficient amount of time, they won’t end up having a soupy texture. Instead, a decadent and viscous sauce is made, and it is used to drizzle all over the dessert. I am very relieved that I did not heed the advice of others who doubted the success of this recipe since it provided excellent results.

Tennessee Peach Pudding is for you if you’re seeking a terrific peach dessert that tastes nearly as amazing plain as it does ala mode or with whipped topping. If that sounds like something you’re interested in, keep reading. It is not too complicated, and the syrup that is poured on top of the batter before the pudding is cooked creates a wonderful crusty covering that, after the pudding is finished baking, tastes nearly exactly like caramel. Is it a dessert more akin to a cobbler or a pudding? The decision is entirely up to you.



250 grams.Of all-purpose flour.

400 grams.Of white sugar.

4 Tsp.Of baking powder.

1 Tsp.Of kosher or sea salt

1 Tsp.Of cinnamon powder.

1 Cup.Of milk or cream.

5 Cups.Of peeled peaches; finely chopped.


200 grams.Of granulated white sugar.

200 grams.Of brown sugar.

2 Tbsp.Of unsalted butter.

3 Cups.Of water at room temp.

1/2 Tsp.Of ground nutmeg.


1st Step:

Mix together, in a large basin, the following ingredients: flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, and cinnamon.

2nd Step:

After adding the milk and the peaches, give the mixture a quick toss. Pour into a greased glass baking dish measuring 10 by 15 inches.

3rd Step:

Spread the topping over. Put in the oven and bake at 400 degrees for 50-60 minutes.

4th Step:

Serve either warm or cold, along with ice cream or a non-dairy whipped topping such as Cool Whip.

5th Step:

In a medium saucepan, combine the topping ingredients while heating them over a medium flame.

6th Step:

Bring to a boil, then continue stirring until the sugar has completely dissolved. Pour over the peach layer at the top.

7th Step:

Put in the oven and bake at 400 degrees for 50-60 minutes.

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