Paula S. Recipe

Cupa, Cupa, Cupa Cobbler

By Paula S. louegirl


One of my favorite movies is "Steele Magnolias". In the movie Truvy talked about her Cupa, Cupa, Cupa recipe. My mother made this for us all the time when I was growing up with either fresh peaches or frozen ones she "put up" in the summer. So simple, yet so good. You can use your favorite fruit, or you can make it using undrained fruit cocktail, omitting the milk.


Recipe Rating:
 5 Ratings

Ingredients

1 c
sugar
1 c
self-rising flour
1 c
milk
2 c
fresh fruit
1/2 stick
butter
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Directions Step-By-Step

1
Melt margarine in bottom of baking dish, add fruit, mix other ingredients and pour over fruit, bake a 350 for 30 minutes or until brown on top

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Fruit Desserts
Other Tag: Quick & Easy


  • Comments

  • 1-5 of 22
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    Susan Day suseeq101 - Oct 23, 2010
    My mom made this and I have made it for years. Everyone always likes it and no one believes its this easy. Strawberries are also good for a twist but I have also used cherry pie filling,apple pie filling and blackberries. Always comes out good.
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    FREDA GABLE cookin4me - Oct 23, 2010
    Sounds really good, Like the ones my Mom used to make when we were kids, crusty on top of the fruit, was soooo good! I haven't made this in years its time. Thank you!
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    Gayla Freeman stirritup - Oct 24, 2010
    Exactly the same recipe my grandmother, mother and now I make. I make the 'batter', pour over the melted butter, then pour fruit or juices in the middle. Don't stir! I agree, great with fresh peaches but my fav is with Blackberries run through a seive so lots of pulp but no seeds. Sprinkle a little cinnamon and sugar mixture on top and don't forget the Blue Bell! :)
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    Paula S. louegirl - Oct 24, 2010
    The blackberries sound YUMMY! Thanks for the suggestion!
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    bj giddens cookinexchange - Nov 16, 2010
    I love this recipe!!! I've also made this for years!!! If you are out of milk, water works as well!!!! Thanks Paula!!!!