Saturday, September 15, 2012

Easy Country Cobbler

 I just love Cobbler. Best of all, I love it when it is easy to make. I have not made this since last year and my husband requested it randomly tonight, at 12 AM. LOL! :) Here is the recipe! Try not to drool through the screen. Step by step directions! This is how I do it!


Easy Country Cobbler

You need:
ingredients

  • Casserole Dish, Milk, Sugar,Self Rising Flour, 8 Tablespoons Butter ( or 1 stick) and your pie filling of choice!

What to Do:
Melting butter.
  • Preheat your oven to 350*. Take a your casserole dish and throw in the stick of butter ( or carefully measured 8 tablespoons of butter) in it. Put the dish in the oven till the butter is melted.
  • While the butter is melting, take 1 cup of sugar and 1 cup of flour and mix it all together in a bowl. NOW WHILE stirring, add in  3/4 cup of milk slowly. MIX WELL! 

Looks weird right now huh?
  •  Grab the dish out of the oven. ( CAREFUL ITS HOTTT), and pour the sugar/milk/flour mix over top of the melted butter.

Will look similar to this.

  •  Now open your pie filling and spoon it on top of the mixture. Put it everywhere. =] I am sure by now you are licking your spoon. MMMmm good huh?

off to the oven we go!
  •  Put the casserole dish into the oven and bake for 30 minutes! ( Check it at 26ish minutes to be sure it didn't cook too fast)

Mmm cobbler!
  •  Now it should be golden on top! Looks yummy huh?
  •  Grab a bowl and ENJOY! You can add vanilla ice cream to it too!!! It is delicious!
Please let me know if you try this recipe. You will not regret it and if you decided to cook this for a family gathering, people will think you spent hours on it!! Enjoy!

Please do not steal or copy this post. I work hard on what I do, and you should be ashamed if you steal my content. 

27 comments:

  1. I am pinning this recipe to Pinterest! What a delicious looking recipe that I just love! It looks like an easy recipe! I can not make complicated desserts, but this one is right up my alley!

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  2. I love cobbler and this recipe looks simple and delicious..thanks for sharing

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  3. Oh wow! This looks amazing and so easy! What a neat idea! I just love cobblers especially during the fall! Oh...cant wait to make it!

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  4. im going to try this one

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  5. So easy! thanks

    knickgirl_3 at yahoo dot com

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  6. you make this look so easy, gonna have to try this, we love a good cobbler

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  7. I am a big cobbler fan and love this time of year because apples are usually really cheap. I am going to try this but I think I will use fresh apples and add some oats for an extra crunch!

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  8. Looks so good! I have been trying to find a good cobbler recipe and I think this will do! My grandma used to do cobblers and I miss them!
    seyma_bennett@hotmail.com

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  9. What an easy way to make a great dessert! This would be perfect for a family dinner.

    CINDY B on rafflecopter

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  10. I love cobbler and that does look easy! Thanks!

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  11. I love love love fall recipes. Everything about fall is awesome...well maybe not the fact that winter is approaching but everything else! Cobbler looks amazing.

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  12. I think this is the easiest cobbler recipe I've ever seen! Can't wait to try it.
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  13. omggg...That looks sooooo yummmy right now....seriously have to try this...super easy...perfect for fall..& winter :)

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  14. I never knew how easy it is to make cobbler! Peach cobbler here I am! Thanks for the great recipe!

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  15. Cobbler is one of the best desserts ever. You can use any fruit, really. Thank you for a very easy recipe.

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  16. I can't believe how easy this recipe is. I can't wait to try this with cherry.

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  17. This is probably thee best cobbler I've seen.
    So easy too!

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  18. I love fruit cobbler, especially with some good vanilla ice cream!

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  19. Cobbler is so yummy on a cold fall day!

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  20. I am seriously going to make this. I have never attempted a cobbler before. oh my gosh it looks delicious! thank you soooo much!

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  21. That is a fairly simple recipe. When I clicked on it I thought the word "easy" was going to be a bit misleading.

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  22. I have neve even tried making a cobbler before but I could handle this one, and be up all night eating it too...haha.

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  23. In the south we call this a cupa cobbler, as in a cupa suger, etc. It's really good with the wild dewberries or blackberries. These are easy & as good as it gets!!

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  24. I was just thinking about peach cobbler today. Soon we should have great. ripe peaches here. I love this recipe and the pictures were delightful as well. Keep baking!

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  25. This cobbler recipe doesn't look like any I've made, the result is fantastic!!! I want to try this!!! looks soo delish!

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  26. When I was a kid my grandma always used to come over and bring desserts. Whenever she made cobbler, she would put raisins in it, no matter if it was apple. peach or cherry. I could never understand why she always did it, because none of us liked it that way!!!

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  27. that looks so goof and simple to make. Its similar to a peach cobbler . making this

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