Total Time
1hr 5mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 45 mins

A custardy cobbler, very moist from the mango. Note: Blackberries, blueberries or sliced peaches (canned - #2 can or fresh) or canned tart cherries may be used. Sugar that is sprinkled on top may be lowered or raised depending on sweetness of fruit. If using canned fruit, drain before using.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 375°F Spray 10 x 5 x 3 or 2 quart casserole dish with cooking spray.
  2. Cream together butter and 1/2 cup sugar until light and fluffy. Sift together flour, salt and baking powder.
  3. Add flour mixture to creamed butter and sugar mixture alternately with 1/2 cup milk. Beat until smooth. Pour into prepared pan.
  4. Spoon berries over batter. Sprinkle 1/2 cup sugar over berries. Pour 1 cup milk over top.
  5. Bake 45 to 50 minutes. Batter will rise to top and create a custard within.
Most Helpful

5 5

This was very yummy, I used too much fruit so my cobbler didn't rise to the top as much as it should have but that was my mistake. I'll be making this again!

5 5

Very nice. I used frozen raspberries and mangos (thawed) and I used quite a bit more fruit than called for in the recipe. I did use almost the full 1/2 cup of sugar. We don't like things too sweet, but I thought it was just about right because raspberries are so tart. I was apprehensive about how many this would serve, but there was a little left over from 8 people. (Served with ice cream to a group who are not big dessert eaters, mind you. If you have real dessert fans, I would say this would serve 6 generous potions.) This was very easy and I will make it again! Thank you heidih88 for posting!

5 5

My husband doesn't like sweet foods, so he never, ever has dessert - or rather, he didn't until I made this recipe. He devoured this cobbler and went back for 2nds and 3rds, and then asked me if I could make some more! I have made this 3 times so far, and it has come out great every time. It's moist, delicious and easy to make. The first time I made it using mangoes and bananas (my raspberries had gone bad, and 2 bananas were the only other fruits I had on hand). The second and third times I used peaches and raspberries. Note that in step 4 it says to sprinkle 1/2 cup of sugar over the fruit, although it says 1/4 cup in the ingredient list. I suppose it depends on one's personal tastes, but I found that 1/4 cup was just the right amount. 1/2 cup would have been too much for our liking. Thanks a million for sharing this recipe. Now that I've found a dessert my husband will actually eat, I'll be making this again and again!