Buttermilk Cobbler

Total Time
1hr 15mins
Prep
15 mins
Cook
1 hr

From some magazine, just can't say which one now. Good with any of your favorite fruits. My DH likes apple cobbler so that is what I make. I like to sprinkle a little sugar on top when it is done, and I sprinkled with cinnamon.

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Directions

  1. Melt margarine in 9x13 baking pan or other deep dish casserole.
  2. Combine all remaining ingredients and pour over melted margarine.
  3. Distribute fruit over top of batter.
  4. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour.
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5 5

All I can say is "WOW". Threw this together yesterday evening as I was making supper. I will have to say this is the BEST cobbler recipe like this that I have tried. Not too sweet, the dough is the right consistency when baked and the flavor is outstanding. I used 3 cups of peaches and 1 cup of blueberries for my fruit. I ate a bowl right after it came out of the oven and was still warm. Mark took the rest to work with him this morning and within an hour of him getting to work, he called NEEDING the recipe. There were already 10 requests for it (from a bunch of guys, no less). I highly recommend this as an easy, crowd pleasing dessert.

5 5

This turned out amazing! I decreased the butter (next time I will decrease it even more as it still seemed excessive) and I substituted agave for the sugar. I doubled the recipe as I had two full bags of fresh picked blueberries and it made a large 9 x 13 cobbler. Turned out beautifully caramelized, the berries were fantastic and had released their juices. This is probably the most beautiful cobbler I have ever made and was fast and easy to put together. Next time I will probably try switching from white flour just to see if I can make this in a healthier way. This definitely gets added to my staple recipes!

5 5

I am pregnant and have been craving buttermilk-y things but I have been really watching my sugar intake. I made this with 2c blueberries we picked ourselves and froze and 2 cans of sliced pears with splenda instead of syrup (I got them almost free on sale and I had no clue what to do with them). I subbed whole wheat flour for the AP white and did not add any white sugar, instead I added a combination of natural sugar substitutes- erythritol (about 1/2 cup), stevia (about 1 Tablespoon of the Trader Joe's brand), and about 3 T of agave nectar (which is a "real" sugar that has less impact on blood sugar). I also added a splash of juice from the pears. We topped with a bit of vanilla fro-yo.
This is DIVINE!! We both (my husband and myself) would give it 10 stars if we could. I bake as a hobby very frequently but this is one of my favorite things I have made. I will make again and again as we have many more bags of frozen "pick your own" fruit to work through over the fall and winter. Best cobbler I have ever eaten.