Peach crisp with Bisquick

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Today, I am sharing a quick peach crisp with Bisquick.

My pictures are not great. I whipped this up on the fly.  We have company in this weekend, and photo ops are quick, they just want to eat!

Peach crisp with bisquick

Courtesy of my friend Bliss from Bliss ranch.

Bliss mentioned to me that she tried my Cherry/Pineapple dump cake and it reminded her of a recipe she made years back.

Her recipe was a Quick Cherry crunch made with Bisquick.

Bliss said you can also improvise and use other pie fillings such as peaches, raspberry, cherry, blueberry, really whatever pie filling that floats your boat.

I decided to try peach pie filling.

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 I am loving these quick  & yummy recipes that only require a few ingredients.

The only thing I would change next time is the amount of butter.

I would try it with just one stick…it may not turn out though and I suppose that is a chance I have to take.

Two sticks of butter is wayyyyyyyyyyy too much to use in just about anything.

But with that said

it was so good!

 I really love peaches and this is sure to please any peach lover.


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bisquick peach crunch

Quick Peach Crunch with Bisquick
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Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
45 min
Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
45 min
  1. 2 cups Bisquick
  2. 2 cans Peach pie filling
  3. 3/4 cup Sugar
  4. 1 cup of melted butter
  5. 1/2 cup of chopped Walnuts
  1. Grease the bottom of a bundt pan. Layer the bottom of the pan with two cans of Peach pie filling.
  2. Second sprinkle two cups of Bisquick
  3. Sprinkle 3/4 cups of Sugar
  4. melt butter and pour over mixture.
  5. Top with walnuts
  6. Bake at 375 for 45 minutes. Ovens may vary. Nuts should be toasted light brown.
  1. You can use any pie filling you desire. Also pecans can be substituted instead of walnuts. Serve warm with ice cream or whip cream.



  1. says

    Debbie, it looks delicious and sounds easy enough (always looking for easy); I’m gonna have to give this a shot.

    thanks for sharing

  2. Lanita says

    The recipe sounds great, especially with the peaches! I’ve made a Dump Cake several times, but never one using Bisquick. I am anxious to give it a try…..
    Thanks for sharing!

  3. says

    You know what…. I make that old recipe in a 9×13 pan, so I increased the butter since there is more acreage to cover on the top. The original recipe doesn’t call for a cup, I will look and see. So it makes sense to reduce it pouring it over the top of the bundt pan. My apologies to everyone’s thighs.

      • Amy says

        I made it with fresh peaches…four to be exact. (Walmart was out of pie filling…). I added a quarter cup brown sugar to my peaches. Then halved the rest of the recipe. My husband loved it and so did I. It was plenty gooey. Ipbext time I will reduce the brown sugar a little as it was very sweet!

  4. says

    Made this for Labor Day, just as suggested, with strawberry pie filling. It was a HUGE HUGE HUGE hit! Next time we will use less butter and sugar, as people mentioned in the comments. The full amounts weren’t bad, it just wasn’t necessary. We ate it with ice cream. We did not flip the cake as it would have collapsed. Will be making this many times again using fruit filling that matches the season. Thank you for the recipe!

  5. Rachel says

    I have Celiac’s so I use the Gluten-free Bisquick. Have you tried that before with this recipe? I’m kind of afraid to try it and have it come out really weird like most gluten free baking does if you try to use a ‘normal’ recipe.

  6. Rachel says

    Alrighty, no problem. I’ve decided to give it a go. I will let you know how it turns out. It’s probably going to be amazing. Fingers crossed!

  7. Chris says

    Too much butter.. Using angel food pan and have all the windows open to air out the smoke from the dripping butter inside my oven.

    • says

      I mention in my post, I thought it was too much butter as well and next time I would not use as much. I had no problems with drippings. However, I always use a cookie sheet underneath my baking regardless.

  8. Jane says

    I used a 9×13 pan too. I do think mixing the bisquick and sugar (I added some cinnimon and sub’d some of the sugar for brown sugar) and cutting the butter in makes for a crumblier top! Mine came out with just flour by itself! I do like it tho and will make it again.


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