Simple Berry Skillet Cobbler

  • maravill Posted: 06/07/12
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    Very good and easy. I cut back a bit on the white sugar.

  • gailwil1 Posted: 03/19/12
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    Is it 1/4 c of butter or 1 stick?

  • SusanSB3 Posted: 06/26/13
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    This was easy and very tasty. I used 1/2 tsp of cinnamon instead of nutmeg. I did put a pinch of nutmeg in berries, that is a personal preference. I also added a dash of cinnamon to the batter. I served it to my book club and it was a hit. Very yummy, I would make it again.

  • khrist1n Posted: 01/27/13
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    I made this and was fairly skeptical. However, it turned out wonderfully. I made it for my family but will definitely make it for guests. I also added 1 teaspoon to the batter and I think that gave it an extra needed note.

  • lynthegardener Posted: 07/04/13
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    Fabulously delicious and so quick to put together! I think you could use this for any berry, cherries, and fruit combinations, possibly varying the spices used. For example, I love cinnamon with blueberries and with plums. This excellent method is actually a very familiar and successful one for me so I knew it would work. I will be making this again. Our blueberries and raspberries are starting to come in now, we have this year's cherries and plums already in the freezer, and soon there will be figs... A busy and happy future is in the cards for this keeper of a recipe. Of course I did not follow the directions but have confidence that it would be very good as is. I made it with the last the red plums, cinnamon instead of nutmeg. I used more fruit than called for, and added more sugar and flour to our very tart plums to compensate. The batter looked thin to me, so I added another little scoop of flour. Possibly not necessary. I made it in a deep-dish glass pan, perfect!

  • dee8somerville Posted: 09/04/13
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    I followed this recipe exactly like it says. I have made it twice for our church suppers. The 1st time w/blueberries, the 2nd time w/peaches & necterines, & this a.m. w/strawberries & blackberries. This 3rd time I doubled the recipe & used a 12" cast iron skillet. The church members complained that they needed a bigger one because some of them didn't get any. I did turn on the broiler on all 3 times just to brown the tops a little more, but watch it carefully! I'm looking forward to apples in season soon & later I'm going to try sweet potatoes.

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