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Peach Cobbler Martini

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These peach cobbler martinis are a fun twist on a traditional southern peach cobbler and would be a great addition to any afternoon cookout or picnic.

What’s better than finishing off a perfect southern meal with a bowl of warm peach cobbler?

Why, cooling yourself down with an ice cold peach cobbler martini for the first and last course, of course!

peach cobbler martini in stemless martini glass with fresh peach slice and bottle of peach schnapps in the background

Peach Cobbler Cocktail Recipe

There are so many ways to make a peach cobbler cocktail and the way you choose to make it is up to you. I prefer to make ice-cold peach cobbler martinis with a cinnamon sugar rim and loaded with lots of vodka and Frangelico, but you may choose to make yours a peach cobbler cocktail made with a hearty bourbon and peach nectar, served on the rocks instead. It truly is up to your descretion.

Simply peach peach juice surrounded by fresh peaches and graham crackers

Basics for a peach cobbler martini:

  • Vanilla Vodka
  • Frangelico
  • Peach Juice
  • Lemon Juice
  • Brown Sugar
  • Cinnamon
  • Graham Crackers
Stemless Martini Glass Rolled in Crushed Graham Crackers

Basics for a peach cobbler cocktail:

  • Bourbon or Whiskey
  • Peach Juice
  • Lemon Juice
  • Optional Prosecco or Soda Water (to cut the sweetness)
  • Cinnamon
  • Nutmeg
Peach cobbler martinis being strained into a stemless martini glass

Peach Cobbler Martini Recipe

These peach cobbler martinis are so magically refreshing especially on a scorching southern summer day. They taste just like a bite of fresh peach cobbler and can be enjoyed as a sweet libation for a girly get-together or as an after-dinner drink at a fancy dinner party. As noted above, you could always make peach cobbler martinis w/ vodka and peach cobbler cocktails w/ bourbon, and let your guests choose which they wished to be served.

The hubs even liked them, and he doesn’t drink liquor! So that’s saying something, y’all.

Peach cobbler martinis in stemless martini glasses garnished with fresh peach slices

Now take note: You *MUST* include the cinnamon brown sugar rim on these peach cobbler martinis. They are a NECESSITY when it comes to the flavor of the drink. Without the sugared rims, well, something something was just missing, and it left the martinis feeling a bit lackluster.

With that being said, these drinks can be a bit on the sweet side, so if you aren’t a bit fan of sweet, you can always cut the sweetness, I suggest either adding a splash of prosecco OR a bit of club soda. That should do the trick.

Close up of peach cobbler martini cocktail in stemless glass

Peach Cobbler Martini

These peach cobbler martinis are a fun twist on a traditional southern peach cobbler and would be a great addition to any afternoon cookout or picnic.
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Course: after dinner drink, Cocktails, Dessert
Cuisine: American, Southern
Keyword: christmas cocktails, easy martini recipes, martinis, peach cobbler, peach cobbler martini
Servings: 2
Calories: 169kcal
Author: Slim Pickin’s Kitchen



For the Peach Cobbler Martinis:

  • 1 graham cracker crushed
  • 2 tsp brown sugar
  • 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 3 oz. vanilla vodka or bourbon
  • 1 oz. Frangelico or hazelnut liquor or cinnamon schnapps like Fireball
  • 2/3 cups peach juice or peach nectar dependent on size of glass
  • 1 tsp fresh lemon juice juice from one wedge
  • Fresh peach slices for garnish


For the Peach Cobbler Martinis:

  • Pour a little bit of the peach nectar onto a small plate.
  • On a separate plate, stir together crushed graham cracker, sugar, and cinnamon.
  • Dip the rim of a martini glass in the peach juice and then into the graham cracker mixture, making sure it is thoroughly coated. Repeat w/ second glass.
  • Add vodka, Frangelico, peach juice, and lemon juice to a martini shaker filled with ice, shake, and strain into two martini glasses rimmed with the graham cracker mixture.
  • Enjoy!
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Serving: 1g | Calories: 169kcal | Carbohydrates: 42g
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  • Nancy
    August 21, 2018

    I have a friend coming over tomorrow and we plan on trying this out. Looks delightful!

    • Amber
      August 22, 2018

      Awesome! I hope y’all enjoy!!!