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Cobbler
From The Collectors Newsletter #500 -- February 2007 (02-19-2007)

Barb requested a recipe for "Cobbler".
Here is one response that came in this week..
Be sure to also check out this weeks recipe request, below.
--
Thanks..
THANKS TO RUSS H. FOR REQUESTING THE RECIPE FOR THE
BISQUICK APPLE COFFEE CAKE. MY GRANDMOTHER MADE THAT
CAKE FOR YEARS AND I FOLLOWED SUIT, TAKING THE RECIPE OFF
THE BISQUICK BOX. ALAS, OVER THE YEARS THE RECIPE
DISAPPEARED. NOW I HAVE BEEN SEARCHING HIGH AND LOW
AND TRYING TO RACK MY BRAIN TO TRY TO REMEMBER AND ALL I
HAVE TO DO WAS OPEN MY FEBRUARY E-MAIL AND LOW AND
BEHOLD, THERE IT WAS.
THANKS TO RUSS FOR REQUESTING THE RECIPE AND THANKS TO
THE PERSON WHO RESPONDED. YOU REALLY MADE MY DAY.
--
First I have to tell you the funny story about this cobbler, a friend wanted
the recipe but she wasn't home when I called, so her husband took it down
for her. It calls for 4t baking powder but he wrote down 4T & she being a
newlywed, I guess didn't know you would never use that much, so she
faithfully follows the recipe!! Of course it bubbled & was like a volcano all
over her oven & made a huge mess! That was the end of his recipe
writing career!


1 Large can sliced peaches, drained & juice reserved


1/2 butter, softened 1 C sugar 1 C milk 2 C flour 4t Baking Powder 1/2 salt


Cream butter & sugar. Combine dry ingredients and alternate with milk to
mixture. Place into greased 2 qt baking dish. Spoon fruit next and sprinkle
with sugar add reserved juice. Bake 45-50 minutes 350 degrees uncovered.
Kim


--Another Recipe--


The Best Ever Peach Cobbler


1/4 cup butter
1/4 cup margarine
1 cup sugar
1 cup self rising flour
3/4 cup milk
1 28oz can sliced peaches in heavy syrup undrained
Cinnamon for sprinkling


Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Place butter & margarine in oven in a 2 quart dish to melt.


Stir sugar & flour together and mix well.
Slowly add milk and continue to stir to prevent lumping.
Remove butter & dish from oven. . . No Stirring . . .
Pour batter directly over butter. . . ( Do Not Stir)
Spoon fruit on top of batter and gently pour syrup on top. ( No Stir)
Sprinkle with Cinnamon.
Important part of dish - Do Not Stir. . .


Bake 35 to 45 minutes or until golden brown.


Note - Butter and or Margarine can be used in this recipe.
Is very rich with all butter. . . My family likes it best cut with
half Margarine. Paula of course used all Butter and less flour. . .


--Another Recipe--


THIS is a TEXAS COBBLER and it is YUMMY and EASY.


HEAT OVEN TO 350


1 Can of any fruit (heat on stove with 1/2 cup sugar till hot)
1 stick of BUTTER (no margarine)
Melt butter in 8 X 8 OR 9X 9 pan till melted (don't let it burn)


In mixing bowl mix:
1 cup flour
1 cup sugar
1 cup milk
1 TBSP baking powder


Pour over melted butter then pour fruit over this. sprinkle cinnamon
(I like cinnamon so I put a lot) on top ( I also sprinkle brown sugar
on top of cinnamon)


Bake till golden brown about 30 minutes
EXCELLENT WITH HOMEADE ICE CREAM. Elaine from TEXAS


--ANother Recipe--


Best and easiest cobbler from Mom.


Melt 1/2 stick margarine in baking dish. Use dish so it is only half
full when placing in oven. Dough puffs up and juice bubbles
vigorously when baking.


In separate bowl:
Mix 1 cup flour, 1 cup sugar, 2 teaspoons baking powder, 1/4 teaspoon
salt and 1 cup milk. Pour this into buttered baking dish. Spoon one
large can peaches (and juice) evenly over dough. Do NOT stir. Bake
in 400* oven for 15 minutes and then at 300* until done. Sprinkle with
small amount sugar and cinnamon if desired.
With fresh peaches I peel and slice 4-6 peaches and cook with water
and small amount of sugar (depending on sweetness of peaches) for
about 10 minutes. The juice with this cobbler is important. Cherries,
dewberries, apples or pineapple alone or in combination or great in
substitutes in this recipe. I usually double this recipe and use my
large lasagne baking dish for family events. Shirley Rhoades


--Another recipe--


Straight from the Wilson Family Cookbook, from icy southern Ohio,
here is the best cobbler recipe ever!! My grandpa loved it and I think
you will too.


MOM'S PEACH COBBLER


3 c. sliced peaches
1 Tbl lemon juice
1 c. sifted flour
1 c. sugar
1/2 tsp salt
1 beaten egg
6 Tbl melted oleo(margarine)
1 pint vanilla ice cream-softened
3/4 tsp cinnamon


Place peaches on bottom of 10 x 6 x 12 inch baking dish. Sprinkle with
lemon juice. Sift dry ingredients; add beaten egg, tossing with fork until
crumbly, sprinkle over peaches. Drizzle melted margarine over all. Bake
at 375 for 35 or 40 minutes. Combine softened ice cream with cinnamon
and top the cobbler at serving time.


Makes 6 big servings. Good hot or cold. Can also be served with half
and half. Stacy
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