Monday, April 25, 2011

Strawberry Cobbler


I made the most delicious dessert for our Easter Celebration.
This fabulous recipe comes from my fabulous friend over at
 Lark's Country Heart via Missy @ Simply Red ...
As soon as I saw it on her site I knew I had to try it!


This cobbler is amazing!  Everyone went crazy over this treat.   
Please go over and visit Lark and see all the wonderful
things she is cooking up.  Tell her Concetta sent you!
You will be so happy and very inspired by this speical lady!  

Lark's Country Heart

Also, visit the incredible blog of  Missy @ Simply Red.

Hot from the oven and bubbling!
We served it with vanilla bean ice cream for an extra-special delight.
I would imagine you could use this same base recipe with any
fruit or berry ....and the next time I make this I will add rhubarb.
I love-love-love Strawberry~Rhubarb Pie - it is also my middle son's
 favorite pie as well.  Yum...I will be making this recipe all summer!!!
Thank you Lark & Missy - you are the best!! 


Strawberry Cobbler

3 c strawberries, sliced
1 c sugar
Mix together in a bowl and allow
the berries to get sweet and juicy.
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In a large bowl mix up the dry ingredients:
3/4 c flour
1 c sugar
2 t baking powder
1/2 t salt
1/4 t cinnamon
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Add the following and mix batter until well blended:
1 stick butter, melted
3/4 c milk
1/4 t almond extraxt
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Pour batter into a lightly buttered 9x13" baking dish.
Top with sugared strawberries - DO NOT STIR.
Bake @ 350 for 45 minutes.
Prepare to fall in love!

A perfect tea-time dessert served from the
Royal Albert Old Country Roses collection.
This marvelous set is from my beloved friend's home.
Mary Ann has been collecting the famous china for years
and has so many exquisite pieces.
~*~

17 comments:

  1. Hi Concetta,
    Thank you for joining me for tea today. Your strawberry cobbler looks sooo good! I will have to try it. Thanks for sharing the recipe and have a lovely week, my friend.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  2. oh, yummmmmmmmmmmmmy! i would love to dive into that cobbler right now!

    thanks so much for linking up to mangia mondays!

    -kristin

    http://delightfullydowling.blogspot.com

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  3. Your tea party looks wonderful. We love strawberries here and Thank you for sharing the recipe.

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  4. Concetta..You are so sweet!
    Thank you for the kind "shout out". I am so glad you enjoyed the cobbler. And It is good with rhubarb! :) Great minds think alike!
    *I also made a version of this with Cranberries & Raspberries. YUM!

    http://larkscountryheart.blogspot.com/

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  5. Oh yes, that cobbler looks so delicious! And of course your Old Country Roses look stunning set out all together. That is such a pretty pattern!
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  6. The cobbler is making my mouth water Love your Old Country Roses. happy tea day!

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  7. Your cobbler looks delicious and I much prefer them to a pie with pastry. The tea table has many pretty teacups on it.

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  8. That cobbler looks so yummy! And your tea party is so pretty. Everything looks wonderful!

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  9. My Mother-in-law has the same pattern for her special dishes. They are so elegant, aren't they? The cobbler looks yummy.

    I have been so inspired by what I read in your blog about encouraging and teaching hospitality that I am going to use some of your ideas and recipes this summer when 4 of our granddaughters will be staying here, to teach them the art , nay, loving obligation, of hospitality!Of course this will mean we must practice it too.Thank-you.

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  10. Oh Concetta, I love your Royal Albert tea set! I'll make the cobbler too, you highly recomend it, so I will make it for my mom next wednesday! Thank you for sharing and for visiting me and leaving such sweet comments, I wish I had you for tea too...or coffee.
    Love
    FABBY

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  11. this is definetly on the to make list during strawberry season yum yum good

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  12. Hi Concetta! Thanks for stopping by my blog! I'm glad you made the strawberry cobbler. Hope you liked it! How did the cinnamon and almond extract work out? Just curious. It's not in the original recipe, so I was wondering how those flavors worked out in it. I look forward to visiting again! Thanks!

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  13. Your strawberry cobbler looks beautiful! I just picked rhubarb today and agree with you that it would be a great addition! Thanks so much for putting the Celebrity Cook-Along on your side bar, look forward to seeing you there:@)

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  14. I would be very happy if you could give me a slice of your cobbler..It looks really delicious.

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  15. Delicious for the Easter buffet! Thanks for linking up at my Easter party :-)

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  16. What a wonderful cobbler - strawberries are just wonderful, but as you say I am sure you can use other fruit too. But strawberries are certainly perfect for this time of year! Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful recipe with Let's Do Brunch - hope to see you again tomorrow at the next Let's Do Brunch linky!

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