Easy Fruit Cobbler: Janet’s Applachian Kitchen


Janet Crow


Easy Fruit Cobbler


By Janet Crow

Guest Columnist

Just recently I was in Virginia visiting with our Grandsons and the first thing they ask me to make was a cherry cobbler. They love cooking with me and they love eating what we have made even more. It reminds me of when I cooked with my Grandmothers when I was younger and let me tell you those ladies could cook some good ole Southern food.

My Mama introduced me to this cobbler recipe many years ago and it is the easiest cobbler to make for any occasion. I used cherry pie filling with this one, but you can use apple, peach, or any fresh fruit your family likes. It turns out perfect every single time, just make sure you have some ice cream on hand to serve over it when it is good and warm out of the oven.

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Easy Fruit Cobbler:

1 stick butter

1 C. self rising flour

1 C. sugar

1 C. milk

1, 1 lb. 5 oz. canned pie filling

Place the stick of butter in the bottom of a 9×13 pan and put in the oven to melt as the oven preheats to 350 degrees. Whisk together the flour, sugar and milk. Once the butter is melted and the oven has preheated, pour the cobbler mixture into the pan to cover the bottom. Spoon the pie filling all over the top, DO NOT STIR, and then place back in the oven for 35-40 minutes or until golden brown on top.

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