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From Statesboro Market2Go
<p>Depending on how juicy you want your cobbler to be, either use the fruit as is (makes a drier cobbler) or make a fruit syrup with sugar in a saucepan (very juicy) or sprinkle a little sugar on the fruit and let sit for 30 minutes (moderate juice).</p> <p>To make a gluten free cobbler, substitute a gluten free mix like Gluten-free Bisquick or King Arthur’s all purpose gluten-free baking mix instead of flour. The cobbler comes out just the same.</p>Source: Julia Dawson (Entered by Market Manager)
Step by Step Instructions
- Turn on oven to 350 degrees and melt the butter in a baking dish.
- Mix milk, flour, and sugar in a bowl.
- After butter is melted in dish, remove from oven, swirl butter around to coat baking dish. Put in fruit and any juice.
- Pour the mixture (flour, milk, sugar) evenly over the top. Sprinkle cinnamon or nutmeg if desired.
- Bake about an hour, should be a golden brown. Serve with vanilla ice cream if desired.
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