Mango Cobbler

Juliann Esquivel Recipe

By Juliann Esquivel Juliann

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July and August is the Mango season here in South Florida. Having an abundance of this lucious fruit I decided to make Cobbler with the ripe fruit. I followed my peach recipe but used mangos instead. The aroma of this cobbler had everyone mesmerized. It came out delicious. Enjoy


4 c
peeled sliced mangos
2 c
1/2 c
8 Tbsp
1 1/2 c
flour self rising
1 1/2 c
1/2 tsp
powdered cinnamon

Directions Step-By-Step

Combine the mangos, one cup sugar, and the 1/2 cup water in a sauce pan mix well and bring to a boil for 10 minutes
Preheat oven at 350 degrees and put the stick of butter in a three quart baking dish and place in the oven to melt. When melted pull out and coat the whole pan including the sides with the melted butter set aside.
Mix the remaing cup sugar, the flour and the milk slowely to prevent clumping. Pour the flour mixture over the melted butter. Do not stir.
Next spoon the fruit over the flour mixture and pour the syrup from the pan over the fruit. Sprinkle the cinnamon over the top and Bake for 30 to 45 minutes at 350 degrees. I alway double my recipe since I have a large family. The picture is mine doubled.

About this Recipe

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

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Dennis Huckeba DenHuck
Jul 26, 2012
Made this today and it was AWESOME!!!! I did combine 2 cups peaches/2 cups mangoes. I used my bisquick crust....1 cup bisquick, 1 cup sugar, 1 cup buttermilk......perfect! I will definitely make this again. Thanks for the recipe
Juliann Esquivel Juliann
Jul 24, 2012
Hi Dennis, I am sure you will like the combination of Peaches and mangos. both are delicious fruits to make cobbler's with. I have used bisquick for baking and love the way my coffee cakes come out when I use Bisquick. Thanks for the idea think I will try my cobbler recipe with the bisquick mix. Let me know how your cobbler turns out. LOL
Dennis Huckeba DenHuck
Jul 23, 2012
I LOVE mangoes and CANNOT WAIT to try this! I really had never even considered that it might be possible to make a cobbler with it. Believe I will try it with the combination, peach/mango...Thanks for the post and will let you know how it comes out! I may use my own bisquick crust recipe as I really like that with cobblers.
Juliann Esquivel Juliann
Aug 18, 2011
Jason I am sorry you did not like this recipe. As long as I have been cooking I have always spooned the fruit over the cake batter. Some people do it different. I have found that when I put the fruit first the fruit has gotten to dark or even scorched. I like to put my batter in on top of the buttered pan. It's all up to you depends on your way of liking it. Cobbler can be made both ways. Try it next time your way. Perhaps you will like it better. I try to write my recipes as precise and explain in detail as much as possible. Sorry you had problems. Better luck next time. LOL
Jason jlee9423 jlee9423
Aug 17, 2011
I did not like this recipe. I dnt ever cook cakes, but aren't you suppose to add the fruit before the batter? I just cooked mine and it turned out not very good. Unless I'm wrong with my first comment, please be more explicit in your directions to make sure the novices don't get the recipe wrong..