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Simple easy Fruit Cobler

Thread in 'Cooking & Recipes' started by DinkyDau, Apr 27, 2021.

  1. DinkyDau

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    I can't spend much time cooking anymore.....I used to cook this at hunting camp with a Dutch Oven. It brings back many a fine memories and taste Great! Even a Caveman can do it, I wanted to try it with splenda instead of sugar..I did this for those that have sugar restrictions. It's in the oven now at 350 for 1hr minutes..
    1 Can of Comstock fruit..I use apple this time but also good with Peach, Cherry, Blue Berry and Strawberry
    1 Cup of sugar
    1 cup of all purpose flour
    1 cup of whole milk
    1 Tablespoon of Vanilla extract
    3 Tablespoon of light brown sugar
    2 spoons of Cinnamon

    Melt 1 stick of melted butter in the baking dish.
    Mix sugar,flour,milk with the Vanilla extract together
    Poor the mix in the dish in the middle of the melted butter
    Add dapples of fruit in after that, Sprinkle Brown sugar evenly and Cinnamon..
    Pre Heat oven to 350 and bake for 45 minutes..
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    Now to wait! I'll be interest on how the splenda works out!
     
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    WIFE MADE ONE AND USED A PINT OF FIG PERSERVES THAT WAS GREAT ALSO USING THIS RECIPE ! SHE CALLS THE RECIPE CUP A CUP A CUP ! LOL ! ENJOY MY FRIEND AND YOU AND MRS HAVE A BLESSED NIGHT !
     
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    Looks and sounds amazing.
     
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    Just checked it.....I put it on a pie plate encase it rose to high. I don't know whether it was the Pie plate or the spenda supplement. It did not rise..Gonna make another..I will not be defeated, I will chock it up to learning...Until then
     
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    Sounds great...i am going to try it with apples i think.
    Maybe get some vanilla bean ice cream too , lol. :hungry:
     
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    Use regular sugar!!! I have got to figure what I did wrong..I have made this for years and never had a problem...Might try again tomorrow..
     
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    Used to do one on a Dutch oven with a can of fruit and a boxed cake mix and a 7up at deer camp, I remember it being very good.
     
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    LOLZ - I planned on it :) When you get old, its easier to forget & lose something really simple ....:becky: i know !! Its the CRS club ..... LMAO !!
     
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    A cup of splenda sounds disgusting in anything.
     
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    It is.

    My sister an mother use a product called "swerve". And it's really good. Doesn't have the nasty taste splenda etc does.

    Actually ate some cookies with that and almond flower the other day that were fantastic.