Peach Cobbler Egg Rolls Recipe

If you love your sweet pastries, but you’re also a fan of fresh fruit – especially peaches, there is no doubt that you’ll fall in love with peach cobbler egg rolls.

These crunchy, sweet, slightly tangy treats are not only superior when it comes to the overall flavor profile, but they’re incredibly easy to make at home, and we all love delicious desserts that don’t require much time and effort.

That being said, even if you’re not the most experienced pastry chef, you’ll still be able to execute peach cobbler egg rolls perfectly if you follow our well-tried recipe.

How to make peach cobbler egg rolls

While you will get the best results by using fresh peaches, if you’re unable to find a fresh batch, you can always replace them with canned peaches.

This recipe is definitely on the beginner-friendly side, and it shouldn’t take too much of your time.

Even though peach cobbler egg rolls are a relatively simple dessert in terms of ingredients and preparation, they are perfect for any occasion, as there are many ways of decorating and serving them.

Ingredients:

(5 servings)

For peach cobbler egg rolls:

  • 1 package egg roll wraps
  • 2 cups fresh peaches (sliced) / 1.5 cup canned peaches in heavy syrup
  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/4 cup dark brown sugar
  • 1 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/2 tsp nutmeg
  • 1 tbsp cornstarch
  • vegetable oil for deep-frying
  • 1 tbsp flour
  • 3 tbsp water

For homemade sugar glaze:

  • 2-3 tbsp whole milk
  • 2 cups powdered sugar

Instructions:

Whether you’re preparing peach cobbler egg rolls for a special occasion or you’ve decided to treat yourself after a long week, preparing these shouldn’t take more than 30 minutes of your day even if you’re not experienced in the kitchen.

Step 1:

Grab a saucepan and add the butter to melt over low to medium heat. Once the butter has melted, add both the brown sugar and the granulated sugar to the saucepan and whisk everything together, making sure the sugar doesn’t burn.

Step 2:

Once the sugar starts melting, you want to add nutmeg and cinnamon for extra flavor and a beautiful aroma that will truly take the peach filling to the next level.

Step 3:

Once the dry ingredients have blended in with the melted butter, it is time to add the peaches, whether you’re using fresh peaches or canned peaches.

In case you’re adding canned peaches, make sure to add the syrup, as well. Stir everything well, making sure that the mixture is coherent.

Step 4:

Let the mixture come to a simmer, then cook it for another 15 minutes on low heat to get the desired consistency and allow for the peaches to get soft.

After 15 minutes, add the vanilla extract and stir once again to blend all the flavors together.

Step 5:

Pour 6 tablespoons of this mixture into a bowl and mix it with cornstarch until you’ve created a clump-free paste.

Add this thickening mixture back into the peach sauce and stir everything well to avoid clumping. Let the mixture cook for 2 more minutes.

Step 6:

Remove the saucepan from the heat and let it cool down at room temperature for about 10 minutes.

While you’re waiting for the peach sauce to cool, combine flour and water in a small bowl to create the sealing mixture for your egg rolls.

The sealing mixture will ensure that your peach cobbler egg rolls don’t open up while you’re frying them.

Step 7:

Once the sauce has cooled down, you can start forming your peach cobbler egg rolls.

Take a piece of egg roll and brush some sealing mixture onto the inside portion of the wrapper, along the edges.

Now add the peach mixture (about 4 peach pieces) in the middle of the wrapper and fold the wrapper.

There are many methods when it comes to folding the egg roll wrapper, but we recommend slightly folding the sides, then rolling them up to ensure that the filling stays inside.

Depending on the thickness of the egg roll wrapper you’re using, you may want to use 2 wrappers for a single role to ensure that the roll is completely closed.

Step 8:

Once you’ve formed half of the peach cobbler egg rolls, it is time to add the oil into a frying pan and heat it up over medium heat.

Before frying the rolls, you want to combine 1 tbsp of cinnamon and half a cup of granulated sugar in a bowl.

Step 9:

Fry no more than 4 rolls at a time to prevent them from sticking to one another. Make sure to turn the rolls around to let each side cook evenly and get crispy and golden brown.

Take the rolls out of the frying pan and place them onto a paper towel before you add them to the bowl with the sugar and cinnamon mixture.

Make sure to evenly coat each roll with the prepared mixture.

Step 10:

For your homemade powdered sugar drizzle, simply combine milk and powdered sugar. Make sure to stir well to create a consistency you’ll be able to drizzle over the peach cobbler egg rolls.

Ingredient substitutions

We know just how annoying it can be to crave a dessert but not have that one ingredient that you’re convinced the recipe depends on.

Luckily, many of the key ingredients of this peach cobbler egg rolls recipe have a pretty good substitute.

1. Phyllo dough

In case you have no egg rolls at the moment but you’re craving some peach cobbler rolls, you can always use phyllo dough as wrappers.

Keep in mind that phyllo pastry is typically thinner than egg roll wrappers, so you definitely want to use two or even three layers of dough for a single roll.

Also, since the dough is thinner, you want to be extra careful not to burn the rolls when you’re frying them. A minute or two on each side will do!

2. Apricots

If you’re not a fan of peaches, you can easily replace them with some other fruit in this recipe.

We find that cobbler egg rolls are just as delicious with an apricot filling, whether you choose fresh fruit or canned apricots.

However, if you’re using canned fruit, it is necessary to adjust the sugar and water amount adequately. Keep in mind that the syrup that comes with the canned fruit is already very sweet.

Also, adding both the water and the syrup could make the filling too runny, which would make it hard to close the rolls and fry them.

What to serve with peach cobbler egg rolls

While peach cobbler egg rolls can be enjoyed on their own without any toppings, you may want to enhance the flavors and aromas with some tasty additions.

Aside from the homemade powdered sugar glaze we mentioned, here’s what you can serve with your crispy peach cobbler egg rolls.

Vanilla ice cream

Oftentimes, fried dessert can be a bit too overwhelming, so you may want to “tone down” the rich flavor with something mild and neutral.

We find that vanilla ice cream complements fried peach cobbler egg rolls perfectly, as it is refreshing and not too sweet, so it won’t be overpowering.

What’s more, you can serve warm peach cobbler egg rolls with ice cream on top to get a perfect contrast between hot and cold dessert.

Melted chocolate

What better way to satisfy your sweet tooth than by drizzling some melted chocolate over your peach cobbler egg rolls?

It is completely up to you whether you want to use dark or white chocolate, but keep in mind that dark chocolate will emphasize the complexity of flavor while white chocolate might be a lighter choice.

Caramel sauce

If you enjoy a pronounced smokey, nutty flavor and aroma, you definitely have to try adding some caramel sauce over your peach rolls.

If you don’t want the caramel flavor to be too dominant, you can always serve it separately and dip the rolls in the sauce instead of drizzling it over the entire batch.

How to reheat peach cobbler egg rolls

When reheating your peach cobbler egg rolls, you want to avoid methods that will dry them out completely. Since the rolls are quite small and thin, avoid reheating them for longer than a few minutes.

How to reheat peach cobbler egg rolls in the oven

To reheat your rolls in the oven, preheat it to 425°F. Place the rolls on a baking tray lined with parchment paper, then sprinkle some water on top.

Adding the water will lock in the moisture and prevent the dessert from losing all its creaminess and flavor.

Bake the peach cobbler egg rolls for about 3 minutes.

How to reheat peach cobbler egg rolls in an air fryer

The only disadvantage of using an air fryer in place of an oven is that it doesn’t offer the same capacity, so you may have to divide your batch into a couple of portions to reheat them all.

Other than that, the process is pretty much the same. Set your air fryer to 425°F and place your peach cobbler egg rolls onto a tray or directly into the air fryer basket.

Sprinkle some water over the rolls to prevent them from drying out. Air fry the rolls for about 3 minutes.

How to reheat peach cobbler egg rolls in the microwave

Using the microwave to reheat the egg rolls might be the trickiest method, so you want to be extra careful not to turn your peach dessert into mush.

Place the rolls onto a microwave-safe plate and cover them with a damp paper towel to prevent them from getting too dry and chewy.

Microwave on high for a minute, then check if the filling has warmed up, as well. Repeat the process if necessary.

How to store peach cobbler egg rolls

As with any other dessert that contains eggs and milk, you want to avoid leaving peach cobbler egg rolls at room temperature for too long.

Needless to say, reheated peach cobbler egg rolls will never taste the same as freshly made ones, but if stored properly, they can still be enjoyed.

Store in the fridge

Place your peach cobbler egg rolls in an airtight container and keep them in the fridge for up to 5 days.

Of course, before storing them in the fridge, it is necessary for the rolls to cool down at room temperature.

Store in the freezer

Once again, allow for the rolls to cool down completely at room temperature before freezing them.

Wrap the peach cobbler egg rolls in plastic wrap as tightly as you can, then place them in a freezer bag and close it well.

Use up your frozen peach cobbler egg rolls in 2-3 months.

peach cobbler egg rolls

Peach Cobbler Egg Rolls Recipe

Peach cobbler egg rolls have got to be one of the easiest, most convenient dessert recipes there are, yet they are irresistibly crunchy and delicious! These crispy, peach-filled bites will only take 25 minutes of your day, and they’re 100% beginner-friendly if desserts don’t happen to be your specialty.
5 from 10 votes
Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 5 mins
Total Time 25 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 5 people
Calories 102 kcal
Equipment
  • 1 whisk
  • 1 fork
  • 1 frying pan
  • 1 saucepan
  • 1 brush
  • 1 mixing bowl
Ingredients
  
For peach cobbler egg rolls:
  • 1 package egg roll wraps
  • 2 cups fresh peaches, sliced 1.5 cup canned peaches in heavy syrup
  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/4 cup dark brown sugar
  • 1 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/2 tsp nutmeg
  • 1 tbsp cornstarch
  • QB vegetable oil (for deep-frying)
  • 1 tbsp flour
  • 3 tbsp water
For homemade sugar glaze:
  • 2-3 tbsp whole milk
  • 2 cups powdered sugar
Instructions
 
  • Grab a saucepan and add the butter to melt over low to medium heat. Once the butter has melted, add both the brown sugar and the granulated sugar to the saucepan and whisk everything together, making sure the sugar doesn't burn.
  • Once the sugar starts melting, you want to add nutmeg and cinnamon for extra flavor and a beautiful aroma that will truly take the peach filling to the next level.
  • Once the dry ingredients have blended in with the melted butter, it is time to add the peaches, whether you're using fresh peaches or canned peaches.
    In case you're adding canned peaches, make sure to add the syrup, as well. Stir everything well, making sure that the mixture is coherent.
  • Let the mixture come to a simmer, then cook it for another 15 minutes on low heat to get the desired consistency and allow for the peaches to get soft.
    After 15 minutes, add the vanilla extract and stir once again to blend all the flavors together.
  • Pour 6 tablespoons of this mixture into a bowl and mix it with cornstarch until you've created a clump-free paste.
    Add this thickening mixture back into the peach sauce and stir everything well to avoid clumping. Let the mixture cook for 2 more minutes.
  • Remove the saucepan from the heat and let it cool down at room temperature for about 10 minutes.
    While you're waiting for the peach sauce to cool, combine flour and water in a small bowl to create the sealing mixture for your egg rolls.
    The sealing mixture will ensure that your peach cobbler egg rolls don't open up while you're frying them.
  • Once the sauce has cooled down, you can start forming your peach cobbler egg rolls.
    Take a piece of egg roll and brush some sealing mixture onto the inside portion of the wrapper, along the edges.
    Now add the peach mixture (about 4 peach pieces) in the middle of the wrapper and fold the wrapper.
    There are many methods when it comes to folding the egg roll wrapper, but we recommend slightly folding the sides, then rolling them up to ensure that the filling stays inside.
    Depending on the thickness of the egg roll wrapper you're using, you may want to use 2 wrappers for a single role to ensure that the roll is completely closed.
  • Once you've formed half of the peach cobbler egg rolls, it is time to add the oil into a frying pan and heat it up over medium heat.
    Before frying the rolls, you want to combine 1 tbsp of cinnamon and half a cup of granulated sugar in a bowl.
  • Fry no more than 4 rolls at a time to prevent them from sticking to one another. Make sure to turn the rolls around to let each side cook evenly and get crispy and golden brown.
    Take the rolls out of the frying pan and place them onto a paper towel before you add them to the bowl with the sugar and cinnamon mixture.
    Make sure to evenly coat each roll with the prepared mixture.
  • For your homemade powdered sugar drizzle, simply combine milk and powdered sugar. Make sure to stir well to create a consistency you'll be able to drizzle over the peach cobbler egg rolls.
Nutrition
Calories: 102kcalCarbohydrates: 33gProtein: 2gFat: 1gCholesterol: 15mgFiber: 1gSugar: 13gVitamin A: 32IUVitamin C: 1mgCalcium: 28mg
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