Southern Cobbler..Too easy..Too Fast..Too Good

Opitonal crumb topping

One of everything..(easy to remember)

one cup of milk

one cup of self rising flour

one cup of sugar

one qt. of your favorite fruit(apple, cherry, peaches,blueberry, juice and all)

one tsp. of vanilla flavoring

one stick of margarine or butter

melt your margarine in what ever pan or dish you will bake your cobbler in. mix dry ingredients in a separate bowl ,add milk stirring as you add the milk beat until smooth,pour this batter into your dish with melted margarine,spread fruit over batter(shake the pan back and forth to level before placing in oven) if you desire sprinkle a little sugar and or cinnamon over top before baking.

optional crumb topping

1 cup rolled oats

1/2 cp brown sugar

1/2 cp granulated sugar

pinch nutmeg

pinch cinnamon

6 to 8 tblspns margarine or butter (enough to blend all ingredients together) blend all ingriedients until they look like coarse crumbs,sprinkle over cobbler before baking..

cook in preheated oven 350-375 degrees for 35-45 min..(only takes 30 min. in my oven, so when good and brown it is ready!)

Comments 4 comments

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WillStarr 5 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

I love peach cobbler! Thank you.

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jorja kick 5 years ago from southeast georgia Author

I think you must be a southern boy at heart!

fried chicken,coconut pie... now peach cobbler..

are we related?

thanks for the comment


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JayeWisdom 5 years ago from Deep South, USA

This even works when the sugar is replaced with stevia, the milk replaced with almond milk and the butter replaced with Smart Balance Light margarine. I know, because I made a sugar-free, non-dairy and cholesterol-friendly version with peaches! (I AM southern!) JAYE

jorja kick 5 years ago

Jaye...You and I are Kindred spirits...I shall have to try that one too!!!

thanks for reading and commenting!!!

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