Monday, May 16, 2011

Cobbler, the lazy way

One of my favorite 'go to' recipes is the Lazy Cobbler.  It works with any fruit, cooked or uncooked, fresh, canned,'s very forgiving.  And super easy.  Put them together and you get it ending up at the top of my recipe list.  Once again in an effort to clean out the fridge, I put together a strawberry rhubarb version a few days ago and figured I would share.  Not actually share of course, because I already ate it all...but share the recipe at least.

Lazy Cobbler
1 cup sugar
1 cup self-rising flour
1 cup milk
a little bit of butter...up to a half a stick, or you can skip it
whatever fruit you want

(obviously, this is easily modified to 2 cups/2 cups/2 cups or any variation you like.  The cobbler in the photo I did 1.5/1.5/1.5 and used a ton of fruit because I was using stuff up)

Melt the butter in the bottom of the dish you're using (or if you want to skip the butter, spray the pan with cooking spray - the more butter you use the yummier it will be though!).  Mix together the cup/cup/cup and pour it in the dish.  Lay your fruit over the surface.  Pop it into the oven at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes or until the bready part is done and nice and brown.

See?  Easy!


  1. yuuummmm....I have a ton of mangoes that I need to use so I'm going to try this tonight! :)