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Monday, May 26, 2008

Easy Cobbler Recipe

finished cobbler

This is a super easy recipe to make; all you need is three ingredients, and a pan and an oven.
Supplies:
ingredients
  • 2 cans of pie filling
  • 1 box vanilla cake mix
  • 1 cube butter (not the whole box)

First, heat up oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Place two cans of filling in the bottom of a 9 x 11 baking pan. I am making two batches for our family picnic today, so I used four cans -- two per pan. One is cherry and one is apple; any fruit filling will work.
layer 1

Next, lay an entire box of vanilla cake mix on top of fruit layer.
start of layer twosecond layer on
Next, slice the cube of butter super thin and spread it out evenly over the cake-mix layer.
third layer
Place in oven and let bake for 30 minutes.
in oven

Pull out to cool.
set out to cool
Can be severed as is or with whip cream, ice-cream or whatever you want.

finished cobbler
If you want a smaller batch, use a pie pan, 1 can of filling, 1/2 box cake mix, and 1/2 cube of butter. The rest of the instructions are the same, including cooking time.

11 comments:

  1. This is my favorite cobbler recipe. I take this to all the family pot luck dinners and always get rave reviews on it. I don't tell them how easy it is!

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  2. OH, Perfect timing....I had all the ingredients and just shoved mine into the oven....

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  3. Actually, in the South, this is what we'd call a "dump cake" (because you just dump everything in the pan and bake). Usually, I make a blueberry one, and I add some minced pineapple (from a can, naturally) and I also add some walnuts or pecans between the cake and butter layers. It's so good!

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  4. Actually, in the South, this is what we'd call a "dump cake" (because you just dump everything in the pan and bake). Usually, I make a blueberry one, and I add some minced pineapple (from a can, naturally) and I also add some walnuts or pecans between the cake and butter layers. It's so good!

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  5. Our Boy Scouts make this in the dutch oven when we go camping. It's really yummy and I am usually anti-cake mix.

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  6. I made it this weekend . It vanished instantly :)

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  7. You. Are my new hero. I was truly amazed by your talent (I prefer knitted items, but must say your crochet is beautiful!), but when I saw this... it took the cake! This is amazing and I think I'm going to have to make this this weekend.

    Truly awesome.

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  8. Sarah that was very nice of funny I just noticed your comment sometimes things slip past me funny part is I now crochet and knit didn't knit then but do now I love both equally well but I am still a better crocheter give me a few more years and hopefully I will be equally skilled at it.

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