Cobbler Gobblin'

This here's the bestest cobbler recipe I've cobbled together. And it's ridiculously quick and requires little in terms of ingredients. So far I've topped it with slimey strawberries, freezer-burnt rhubarb, bland blueberries, over-ripe raspberries, sour peaches, bruised apples, and questionable blackberries, and EVERY single time, my dessert-eaters request a second serving. Do you dare to try it?
Here's what you need:
  • 1/2 cup flour
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp salt

Mix it all up real good. Pour into a greased 9" round cake pan. Liberally sprinkle on your garbage fruit (2 cups of fresh, frozen or canned), and bake at 35oF for 50 minutes until golden around edges. Enjoy. Sit back and feel smug that you've managed to save that old fuzzy peach. It feels pretty magical, doesn't it?



Hall in the Kitchen said...

Awesome!!! I am so going to try this!

OzB said...

My mouth's watering just thinking about your yummy cobbler! Thanks so much for the recipe :-)

Lori said...

Oh!!! This looks sooo good! I've been thinking I should do something with that bag of freezer burnt rhubarb in my freezer!! (seriously) Can't wait to try it.

knitty_kat said...

It's so friggin' good I may have to go buy crap to make it. Better yet, I'll just come over and eat more!

Have a good vaca lady!!

Salihan said...

I'm making this right now! Thanks for the recipe!

Barbara from Nova Scotia said...

That recipe rocks. I actually have all the ingredients in the house which is amazing!


Valerie said...

My mom used to make this and she called it a "dump pudding". I always thought the name came from her German roots. Perhaps it's just because you "dump" the fruit in the batter and go for it.