Strawberry Cobbler Recipe
Want a quick, simple and easy strawberry cobbler recipe? Learn how to make an old-fashioned strawberry cobbler and a strawberry rhubarb cobbler, too!
Beautiful as Grandma's strawberry cobbler!
There's nothing more satisfying than the taste of a warm, fresh, baked strawberry pie! Cobblers are great by themselves, as well as with a little ice cream, or butter. And the smell is just amazingly inviting! Here's how to bring the magic to your home:
Strawberry Cobbler Dessert Recipe
- 1 Pre-Made Or Homemade 9 Inch (23 cm) Diameter Flour Pie Crust
- 2/3 Cup (150 mL) Granulated White ("Table") Sugar
- 3 Tablespoons (45 mL) Butter or Margarine
- 1/3 Cup (75 mL) Milk
- 2 Cups (500 mL) Whole Strawberries
- 1 Cup (250 mL) All-Purpose Flour
- 1 Large Egg
- 1 Teaspoon (5 mL) Vanilla
- 1/2 Teaspoon (3 mL) Salt
- 1/2 Teaspoon (3 mL) Cinnamon
First, thaw or otherwise prepare the pie crust for baking. Next, stand up the whole strawberries in the pie crust, with the tips of the strawberries pointing upwards (please note that this orientation of the strawberries is important, since it prevents the batter from pushing the strawberries out as the cobbler batter rises).
To prepare the cobbler batter, begin by melting the butter or margarine, then mixing in the sugar, egg, salt, vanilla, and cinnamon. Mix in the milk next. Finally, mix in the flour, about a third of a cup at a time. The final batter should be fairly uniform, with any remaining lumps being no more than 1/8 inch (3 mm) in diameter.
Place another 9 inch (23 cm) diameter pan, filled 3/4 full of water, on to the lowest shelf of the oven and preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit (180 degrees Celsius). Place the cobbler on to the second lowest shelf of the oven. Allow the cobbler to bake at this temperature for 45 minutes, or until a wooden toothpick inserted into batter at the center of the cobbler comes out clean.
This makes a truly easy, fresh, crust-recipe strawberry pie. The crust helps hold the slices together as they are being taken out of the baking pan. However, if you prefer a cobbler without a bottom crust then you can just leave the crust out of the recipe and do everything else exactly the same. It's just that simple!
Maybe you love strawberry rhubarb desserts, and you're really wanting to know how to make an easy strawberry pie with rhubarb in it? Just reduce the amount of milk in the recipe above to 1/2 cup (125 mL) and add in 1/4 cup (50 mL) of rhubarb that has been chopped to a diameter of about 1/8 inch (3 mm). The rhubarb should be added to the batter mix along with the remaining milk. Now you have one of the best strawberry rhubarb pie recipes, too!
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Strawberry cobbler recipes aren't just "good" recipes for strawberry pie: they're the best strawberry pie recipes that you can possibly bake! So enjoy your cobblers! And please don't forget where you got these two cobbler recipes: StrawberriesForStrawberryLovers.Com, Home of the World's Happiest Fruit!
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