Soft peachy cookies filled with oatmeal goodness and drizzled with a light sweet vanilla icing. These Peach cobbler cookies with vanilla icing drizzle are so good as a nice summer dessert or as a breakfast snack!
I love peaches
Millions of peaches, peaches for me! I love peaches! They’re probably my favorite summer fruit. Check out the bottom of this post for some more of my recipes for peaches.
My favorite way to eat peaches
I think my favorite way to eat peaches is for breakfast. Chopped fresh ripe juicy peaches over cottage cheese with a light drizzle of honey. Oh, that’s pure breakfast heaven right there.
I’m always trying fun new ways to take advantage of the juicy summer peach!
Peaches are a stone fruit, and stone fruits are fruits with a big pit [or stone] in the middle, like a peach, plum, nectarine, or cherry. There are two kinds of peaches – freestone and cling. Freestone means that the pit easily detaches from the fruit, as opposed to cling, which means that the fruit clings to the pit. When peaches are ripe, they’ll yield to gentle pressure.
How to tell if they are ripe
The best and easiest way to tell if peaches are ripe is to smell them. Peaches have a beautiful strong fruity smell when they’re ripe. Sniff the stem end, and a ripe peach will smell heavenly! Keep your peaches at room temperature on the counter if they aren’t ripe, and once they ripen, pop them in the fridge for a day or two.
Baking Powder notes
I prefer to bake with aluminum free baking powder! If you can find it, do yourself a favor and get the aluminum free stuff. At first I didn’t think there was a difference between regular and aluminum free, but, I can totally taste the difference; the aluminum free baking powder tastes so much better to me! Here’s my Affiliate link for Amazon so you can see some options for aluminum free baking powder.
Also, I think these cookies will work well if you use frozen peaches; I haven’t tried frozen peaches here yet, as I love the fresh ones right now. If you try frozen ones, please let me know how it goes.
More peach recipes, just click on the picture to get to the recipe:
Peach Cobbler Cookies with Vanilla Icing Drizzle Recipe
Peach cobbler cookies with vanilla icing drizzle
- Preheat oven to 325º F and line a baking sheet with a silicone mat or parchment paper.
- In a medium bowl, stir oats, flour, baking powder, and salt together until well combined. Set aside.
- In a separate bowl, beat softened butter and brown sugar together until creamy. Mix in egg and vanilla. Stir in dry ingredients until just incorporated, and then fold in chopped peaches.
- Drop spoonfuls of the dough, about the size of walnuts onto the lined baking sheet. Bake for 13-15 minutes, or until lightly browned. Remove from oven, and let cool about 15 minutes before transferring to wire rack to cool completely.
- To prepare icing: Combine all icing ingredients, adding cream or milk to achieve desired consistency. Drizzle or spread icing over warm cookies.