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GF Any Fruit Cobbler. The fruit filling for this cobbler is a true choose-your-own adventure. As Elizabeth said, you can use any summer fruit you like — or any combination! Use enough to fill your baking pan between halfway and three-quarters full.
They share a similar philosophy and can also have the exact same fruit filling, but their toppings are distinctly different. A mouthwatering gluten free apricot crisp recipe. This recipe is so easy to make, use any fruit if you don't have apricots on-hand. You can cook GF Any Fruit Cobbler using 4 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of GF Any Fruit Cobbler
- You need 2 can of fruit or fruit mix.
- Prepare 1 stick of salted butter.
- It's 1 packages of optional ground cinnamon.
- It's 1 box of yellow cake mix, I use gf mix.
By Alec Cohen and Melissa Clark. Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times. You can use any fruit (or combination) to make this biscuit-topped cobbler. Just be sure to adjust the amount of sugar depending on whether your fruit is more sweet or tart.
GF Any Fruit Cobbler instructions
- Pour one or two cans fruit and its syrup or juice to bottom of 9x9 or 11x13 pan or pyrex dish. I do 2 cans cause I like alot of fruit. I've even made this in a loaf pan!.
- Pour the entire dry cake mix over fruit as evenly as possible. DO NOT STIR.
- Slice 1 stick butter into little squares. Lay each pat of butter evenly across the top of dry mix layer. DO NOT STIR.
- Place dish into oven at 350°. Cook til butter is bubbling n topping looks golden brown. Approx 30-60 min depending on size of cobbler made (pan, cans and mix box size)..
- Pull out of oven, sprinkle cinnamon on entire top, let cool..
- I enjoy my cobbler best warm...with or without whipped cream or ice cream..
- This is a cherry cobbler I did for a friend....
Any Fruit Cobbler recipe: This recipe is so simple and easy to remember. Must be served with vanilla ice cream!!! Pour over fruit into casserole dish. It is adapted from a recipe in the "More With Less Cookbook." Incredibly easy to make, I fall back on this when unexpected company comes for dinner. Meme was the family name for her grandmother, who made the cobbler with whatever fresh fruit was available when Willis and her sister would spend summer vacations on the road with their grandparents.