Here’s a Southern-style light slow cooker peach cobbler dessert. Feel like eating something sweet but can’t have the sugar?

peach cobbler, slow cooker
Southern-Style Light Peach Cobbler published Canned Fruit Cobbler. It is a fantastic recipe.

I’d actually been craving peach cobbler for weeks when I made her cobbler. I so enjoyed every bite of Patty Cakes’ cobbler.

Lighter Version of Canned Fruit Cobbler


I decided to make Patty Cakes’ recipe but with a variation. Southern-Style Light Peach Cobbler is a lighter version and cooked in the slow cooker.

The texture is a little different, and it isn’t as sweet as the Canned Fruit Cobbler. But if you’re looking for a peach cobbler that is on the lighter side, consider making Southern Style Light Peach Cobbler.

Prefer the regular delicious sweet peach cobbler? Try out Patty Cakes’ Canned Fruit Cobbler. It’s incredibly yummy.

Southern-Style Light Peach Cobbler Recipe:


Southern-Style Light Peach Cobbler - a Slow Cooker Recipe

A light peach cobbler made in the slow cooker

Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour 45 minutes
Total Time 2 hours
Servings 2
Calories 320 kcal
Author Angie Horn


  • 14 packets Splenda or Sweetener made with sucralose
  • 1 cup Unbleached, Unbromated Natural White Flour
  • 2 teaspoons Baking Powder
  • 3/4 cups Fat Free Evaporated Milk
  • 1/4 cups Organic Coconut Oil
  • 1 can No Sugar Peaches


  1. Melt coconut oil in the microwave and pour into the bottom of slow cooker. 

  2. Mix 8 packets of the Splenda, flour, and baking powder.

    light sugar dessert
  3. Stir in the evaporated milk.

  4. Pour batter evenly on top of the coconut oil. 

  5. Place the canned peaches evenly over the batter. 

  6. Sprinkle four packets of the Splenda evenly on top of the peaches.
  7. "Bake" in the slow cooker for 1 hour and 45 minutes on high.

    peach cobbler slow cooker recipe

Recipe Notes

This peach cobbler recipe makes enough for four people to have one serving. Or, it's the perfect dessert for two people to have a serving plus one to put in the fridge for the next day. 

Estimated Nutrition Per Serving:  320 calories, 14.5 fat, 11 sugar, 41 carbs, 7 protein.

You can use sugar instead of Splenda if you prefer. Twelve packets equal 1/2 cup sugar. 




Want to see more slow cooker desserts? See Kitchen Southern Hospitality’s Mango Bread Pudding recipe.

Mango and peaches. It must be a spring thing. Everything with mango and peaches sounds good.

Cooking the desserts in the slow cooker is easy and doesn’t take but a couple of hours.




1 Comment

  1. Sounds really delicious! This is something my hubby and I will love for dessert. Thanks for sharing the recipe:)

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