Strawberry Cobbler from a Mix Easy and Yummy!

Strawberry Cobbler

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Summer Fruit Cobbler

Nothing says summer like a fruit cobbler. But who has the time?

Here is a simple recipe using some helpers that will make a tasty fruit cobbler for your family or guests. The next time you are invited to a barbecue, bring the cobbler and receive rave reviews!

This Strawberry Cobbler uses a surprise ingredient of Louisiana Cobbler mix. The Louisiana brand is known for their fine fish coatings and now they have this very tasty cobbler mix!

The canned strawberries used here were found at a Mexican oriented grocery. They have no high fructose corn syrup in them. Cane sugar provides a much crisper and clear taste. It is the taste of a completely homemade cobbler, as we would all use cane sugar at home!

Also, note how easy-peasy the clean-up is with this Strawberry Cobbler. So, whip up the cobbler and while it is in the oven baking for 45 minutes, you have time to get ready for the party!

Cook Time

Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 45 min
Ready in: 55 min
Yields: 6 servings

Ingredients

  • 1 Mix Louisiana Cobbler Mix
  • 4 T. butter or heart smart butter
  • 3/4 C milk
  • ! can fruit

Using Louisiana Cobbler Mix

  1. Melt 4 T. of butter and place in 9 inch by 9 inch glass baking dish.
  2. Mix the Louisiana Cobbler Mix with 3/4 C. milk
  3. Place the fruit mixture in the 9 inch by 9 inch baking dish
  4. Pour the mixture over the fruit
  5. Bake in a 375 degree oven for 45 minutes.

Ingredients

Easy to assemble ingredients.
Easy to assemble ingredients. | Source

Mix and Assemble

Mix the Louisiana Cobbler Mix with the milk and pour on the strawberries.
Mix the Louisiana Cobbler Mix with the milk and pour on the strawberries. | Source

Oven Ready

Oven ready!
Oven ready! | Source

Easy Clean Up

Wash up quickly in the sink or place in the dishwasher....DONE!
Wash up quickly in the sink or place in the dishwasher....DONE! | Source

Cobbler?

A cobbler is traditionally a dish with a filling and some kind of wheat topping. The cobbler is a dish made in England and brought to the shores of North America by the first settlers. It is surmised to be named after a bowl that was called a cobelar.

The dish as made in the Midwest of the USA is now strictly known as a fruit cobbler. It has a crust that is made with wheat flour. Most of these cobblers have the crust on the top with the fruit bubbling up around the edges of the dish.

The cobbler is related to the crumble and the pan dowdy dessert dishes. Below is a link to a very traditional English related Apple Pan Dowdy that is superb!

Cobblers may have pre-made biscuits nestled together on the top as a topping. However, this would entail the filling being pre-cooked and already hot. The biscuits require a hotter and faster oven. So, if the filling was not pre-cooked and hot it would not get hot in the time required to bake the biscuits.

There are numerous dishes that have a meat filling in a sauce. This meat and sauce are cooked for an hour until the meat is done and then finished by turning the oven up to the temperature needed to bake biscuits and then nestling biscuits together on top for a final cook. Technically, this would be a cobbler. However, it is not considered a cobbler by modern definition.

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NMLady 3 years ago from New Mexico & Arizona Author

MyCookBook....you are kind! This is an easy peasy kinda cheat recipe. I KNOW you cook the real things!!! thanks!


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My Cook Book 3 years ago from India

Delicious recipe, the pics looks great.


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NMLady 3 years ago from New Mexico & Arizona Author

My taste tester liked it....you will too!


sdzulu 3 years ago

Good Dessert!

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