Monday, August 10, 2009

Cherry Cobbler~Farmgirl Style!

This is a very simple cobbler using ingredients from your pantry that we all have (stock up on cherry pie filling!). Similar recipes call for a cake mix, but no need for this one...just good old fashion ingredients! The recipe calls for a 8"x8" glass baking dish but I LOVE using my 4 quart dutch oven and it worked perfectly!

Farmgirl cooking!
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Easy Cherry Cobbler

1/2 cup margarine or butter (I used butter)
1 cup sugar
3/4 cup all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup milk
21-oz. can cherry pie filling

Place butter in an 8"x8" glass baking pan; set in a 325 degree oven to melt. ( I melted mine on the stove in the dutch oven on low). Combine sugar, flour, baking powder, salt and milk; mix well with a wire whisk. Pour over melted butter; do not stir. Spoon pie filling on top of batter; again, do not mix. Bake at 325 degrees for about an hour, until golden. Serve warm. Makes 6 servings.
Enjoy!!!

28 comments:

Lori said...

Maryjane, that sounds so good...i do love cobbler too...usually i just make backberry, but i want to try this one with cherries...thanks for the comment you left for my post today...it really was wonderful to read...and i am glad that you shared with me:)

Nancy Jo said...

That looks good MJL, And I have all the stuff to make it too!
Nancy Jo

Sue@CountryPleasures said...

This farmgirl says YUMMO! Gotta stock the pantry now!

Irishgirlsews said...

Oh yea, that look so good. I love cobbler as well as my kids & hubby so I think I will give this one a try tonight after dinner, no canned cherries, but I have frozen blueberries. Thanks for the recipe.
Wendy

papa sue said...

Maryjane,

Thanks for sharing....cobblers are a family favorite....and I love cherries. Canned pie filling was on sale a few weeks back....next time I'll have a great reason to stock up.

Hugs,

Sue

Mrs. Jorgenson said...

Yum!

My mom makes it even easier by using cake mix, but yours looks oh-so-good; I think I need to make cobbler! :D

Joy said...

Yum...looks very good and tasty.

Marilyn said...

Thanks for the recipe. I will be trying this one for sure. Marilyn xoxo

Elyse said...

mmmm, maryjane! that looks yummy and simple. i've never made a cobbler but i do make crisps. i'll have to give this a try.

happy monday, sweetie!

love,
elyse
xo

Shirl said...

Hello Maryjane, looks like a delish cobbler, I'll have to give it a try. THank you so much for sharing!
Bless you, Shirl
Shirls RoseCottage

Nikki via The Scarlett Rose Garden said...

Looks most delish MJ!

The Julia movie looks really good, thanks for the review!!

TattingChic said...

That looks delish! :)

Edie Marie's Attic said...

I can hardly wait to see Julie & Julia!! My hubby & I would watch Julia on PBS when we first were married, on Sat afternoons and never missed her!! She was so entertaining. We both said we MUST see this movie, what fun.

Your recipe looks pretty easy... one I might be able to master! Thanks Maryjane!!

Hugs, sherry

Just a little something from Judy said...

I cannot wait to try this! I never saw cobbler look so good! You share so many amazing recipes. Thank you!

Gary and Elizabeth~ said...

Hi Maryjane,
Oh my, this does look yummy!I love cherry pie one of my favorites.
I will have to try to make one.
Take care and enjoy your day,
Elizabeth

Lisa said...

Oh Lovely pics! And Yummy cobbler! We use this for a peach cobbler!
Hugs, Lisa

ko said...

oh my..looks delish

Gingerbread said...

A yummy looking recipe thank you for sharing, I think your pictures sold it for me. best wishes Julie.C

The Vintage Housewife... said...

mmmmmm...slap your granny good...miss maryjane...lets go camping in our cute lil' trailers real real soon....love you darlin cat

Eggs In My Pocket / Yesteryear Embroideries said...

There's nothing better than a country cobbler! Thanks for sharing the recipe! Love your other blog as well! blessings,Kathleen

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

WOW! That looks wonderful and you gave such great instructions! I love cherries and have been buying them fresh lately!

business courses said...

Hi Mary Jane,

By just reading your blog, i felt my tummy squeaking.

Thanks for the recipe, i so love cobbler Honey.

Thanks!

Caceres Family said...

This look so yummy! I just wanted to confirm that it is 1 cup of butter....the recipe says 1/ so I wanted to check to be sure it wasn't supposed to be 1/2 cup butter! I am looking forward to making this.....thank you! I am always looking for new recipes :-)Blessings,
katrina

GG said...

This is such a fabulous recipe. I scored big points with my in-laws today with this. I had actually made it for my grandson, but when the in-laws showed up unexpectedly, I served it them. It's the first time in 38 years that I actually got a compliment from them! Thanks so much for generously sharing your recipes! Now, off to the store to stock up on more cherry pie filling!

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

I am definitely going to make this. How easy and how delicious it looks. Thanks for sharing the recipe. laurie

Libby said...

Yum that looks good!

Ange said...

This was fabulous, now when I need a dish for potluck and I don't know what to take? I'll know what to take! Thank you for the great recipe!

Ange said...

This is a fantastic cobbler! Now when I need a potluck dish and don't know what to take? I'll know what to take! Thank you for the wonderful recipe, can't wait to explore your blog.