This is easy as cobbler!!!! :) This makes a really good cobbler crust! I had 3 cups of rhubarb so I substituted the rest of the fruit with strawberries. Since I did that, I left out a couple TBSP sugar as suggested. I cut my rhubarb smaller than 1/2-inch pieces and I'm glad I did because with this baking time, they were still crisp but al dente crisp so it was good. I love how quick and easy this was to make, thanks!!!!
Once again, I knew I could count on Kittencal! This was really really good! I made 1 1/2 recipes and it worked out well. I didnt have quite enough rhubarb, but the biscuit was so good it didn't matter! I am looking forward to trying this with other fruit this summer. Beats the pants off my bisquick cobble! Thanks again for posting!
this was so easy and delicious, i loved it!!! great combo of tart, sweet and biscuity!
This was great even with late season (mid-July) rhubarb! Made as directed; this couldn't be easier! My guests really enjoyed it! Thanks, Kittencal! Made for Newest Zaar Tag.
I made this recipe with not only rhubarb, but also with cherries, apples, and with blueberries. I loved them all! Had them with tea and coffee instead of ice cream and it went very well! The rest is in the refrigerator for tomorrow.
a little grated lemon zest would be the finishing touch!:-) very good, also with the strawberry combo!
Wonderful! However, I took some of the past suggestions and made a few of my own. Used mostly raw sugar instead of granulated. I'd recommend using 4 cups rhubarb & 1.5 cups strawberries (frozen or fresh). I's used 1/4 c heavy cream with 5/8 c milk (skim worked great). I also tried to make it a little better and used 1 c all purpose flour with 1/2 c wheat flour. DELICIOUS! I'm going to cut back on the sugar even more next time.
Nom nom nom! Made this yesterday with fresh rhubarb from the garden, no subs other than using brown sugar on the rhubarb. So good!
Very good, I added some strawberries, probably should of cut the sugar back a little since they are sweeter. I also added a little corn starch to help thicken it a bit... Turned out awesome. Thank you for sharing your recipe :0
The fruit layer was a runny mess. I used sugar and followed the instructions to a "t". The top came out well, and the bottom had a good taste, but I would NOT serve this to anyone. A total disappointment.