Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Grandma's Fruit Cobbler



In case you haven't noticed, or are a new reader (thanks to all of you BTW) of my little blog, I feature many of my Grandma's recipes.  Grandma's recipes represent love and comfort to my soul.  This recipe delivers nothing less than delicious, buttery comfort that feels like grandma's hug. 

Aside from the amazing flavor, I love the versatility of this recipe.  You can use fresh, frozen or canned fruit.  You can use just about any kind of fruit.  The ingredients are simple and I always have them on hand.  Preparation is as easy as mixing everything together and pouring it on top of melted butter in the pan. 

This weekend, I made the cobbler with plums and apples.  The result was delicious.  I peeled and cored the apples and left the skin on the plums to give it some nice color and tartness.  I've eaten this cobbler with blackberries, but peaches are my favorite.  If you have some extra fruit lying around, and want to feel the comfort of Grandma's hug, give this recipe a try!



Grandma's Fruit Cobbler
Serves about 6 (or 1 if you don't feel like sharing)

3/4 C. Flour (I used freshly ground whole wheat pastry flour)
3/4 C. Milk
1 C. Sugar
2 tsp. Baking Powder
2 C. Fruit, fresh or canned (I used apples and plums in the above picture)
1/2 C. Butter, melted

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.  Mix flour, milk, sugar, baking powder, & salt just until blended.  Stir in fruit.  Melt butter and pour into 9"x12" pan.  Pour batter into pan, over butter.  Bake at 350 for approx. 45 minutes to an hour, or until top is golden brown and crispy.  Serve warm or cold.  Enjoy!


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15 comments:

  1. Aren't recipes from family the best? This cobbler sounds excellent. I have been craving peach cobbler for a while now. I might need to take care of that soon!

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  2. This looks really good and the recipe seems simple. Cobbler is definitely one of my "comfort foods." thanks for sharing this, Gail (BibleLoveNotes.com)

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  3. I love a good cobbler! This looks yummy!
    Thanks for sharing with my Super Link Party! :-)

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  4. This sounds good and so easy! Do you think it would work with freeze dried fruit (reconstituted of course). Thanks for linking to Foodie Friday!

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    1. That's a good question! I don't see why not... Let me know if you try it. :)

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  5. YUM! I wish my husband like cooked fruit. I end up eating it all myself! Thanks for linking up! This looks so good!

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  6. I'm gonna eye ball it but how much salt do you use for your recipe?

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  7. This looks amazing! Thank you so much for sharing this! :)

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  8. I am glad you shared this on My Meatless Mondays because I want to make it. It is versatile. I can see using any of the fruit around and having it turn out delicious. This is being featured , this week. Thanks for linking up.

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    1. Thanks for featuring me!! :) I hope you enjoy the cobbler.

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  9. I'm so glad that I found you on Naptime Creations! This look absolutely delicious. Thank you so much for sharing your recipe:)

    Katie
    www.funhomethings.com

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