It is quick, easy, flexible, and ever so tasty.
I loved it plain. The texture of the cobbler was perfect and I would not change a thing.
Could also be served with a scoop of ice cream or even just a little cream poured over the dish.
The old folks always wanted a little cream poured over their dessert. It always makes a sweet creamy sauce at the bottom of the dish making the last drop really delicious.
1 1/2 tspbaking powder
CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:
1 can(s)pie filling (any kind) -- or
3/4 qthome canned fruit -- or
1 can(s)canned fruit -- or
1 1/2 cfresh fruit with a little juice
How to Make Crusty Cobbler
- Melt the butter and put it in a deep dish baking pan aprox. 8x8 or similar -- can be square or round -- making sure to coat the whole bottom of the pan.
- In a separate bowl mix together flour, sugar, baking powder, and the milk -- don't overmix -- carefully layer it over the butter: Important: DO NOT STIR
- then layer the fruit on top -- Important: DO NOT STIR THIS EITHER
- BAKE 375 F -- 45 MINUTES
- NOTE: If you are using fresh fruit, include a little of the juice of the fruit (or 2 Tbsp of lemon juice)-- and sweeten the fruit a little with a couple of Tbsp of sugar sprinkled over it (let it sit with the sugar for 30 minutes or so)