Friday Foodie: Shelly's Fruit Cobbler

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It's Friday. It's time for fun and sweetness. My friend Shelly sent me this recipe for fruit cobbler, and I couldn't resist sharing it with everyone. That's Shelly. Isn't she pretty? Now who's ready for fruit cobbler??? Easy Fruit Cobbler 1 stick of butter 1 cup of milk 1 cup of sugar 1 cup of flour 2 1/2 cups of any fruit (Blueberries, Blackberries, Peaches or Apple) -- you can increase fruit if you like cobbler less bready or decrease it if you like it more bready Mix everything together except butter. Pour mixture into greased pan. Cut stick of butter in small cubes to dot on top of mixture. Bake at 375 for 45 minutes or until crispy golden brown on top. Serve hot with vanilla ice cream.

7 comments:

  1. Is there some element to this recipe that is missing? I just tried to make it and it was a disaster. Basically a sea of blackberries floating in melted butter. And I am a good cook :)

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  2. Thanks for writing in! It's always good to get feedback on the recipes.

    I checked in with Shelly, the recipe creator, and she confirmed that the ingredients are correct. She did mention that a 9x11 or 9x13 pan works the best. Also, if you let it cool for about 15 minutes, it should set and be less liquidy.

    I'm going to try it out this week, and let you know if I have any more helpful tips.

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  3. Yeah, let me know how it goes. I LOVE your site and I was sad this one did not come out. I compared to other recipes and they all have a teaspoon or so of baking powder? The dough did not rise so I was thinking that might be it...oh well :)

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  4. You have to use self-rising flour! That is a really important part!

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  5. AND you're supposed to put the fruit in the greased pan first, then cover with wet mixture. You should also add vanilla and/or almond extract to the mix to make it extra tasty.

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