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Oct
09
2011

Easy Cherry Cobbler {Recipe}

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easy cherry cobbler

Photo courtesy of Nicole Presley

Editor´s note: We invited one of our favorite food bloggers, Nicole Presley from Presley´s Pantry, to share with us two kid-friendly recipes using the New No-Stick Performance spray by PAM. First, she shared these ingenious lasagna cups and now we have the dessert! 

I’m a huge fan of cobbler and celebrate all that it represents: bringing my family together in the kitchen to get a slice; enjoying our cherry cobbler as a family unit; and us parents proudly watching our 2 year old baby devour his dessert from start to finish.

The part I DON’T like about it is the clean up and how it often sticks to the pan. Now that PAM has come into my life with a NO-STICK Performance Spray I will be making cobbler all winter long! It was such a breeze to cut a slice out of the pan and hand it to my eager son!

Watch the video for step-by-step instructions and scroll below for the details. Enjoy!

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhA2_c5lmPI

Ingredients for cobbler cake:

1 1/8 – cups sugar

3 – cups flour

1 – teaspoon baking soda

1- teaspoon baking powder

1/2 – teaspoon salt

1 – cup cold butter (2 sticks)

2 – large eggs

3 1/2 – tablespoons half and half

1 – teaspoon vanilla

1 – cup sour cream

Ingredient for filling:

40 – ounces cherry filling

Directions

In  a food processor mix all dry ingredients (sugar, flour, baking soda and powder, salt) together.  Then add in cold butter.  Flour mixture will eventually become crumbly with the butter pieces the size of peas.  Remove from food processor and place in a large mixing bowl.

In a medium bowl add eggs, half and half, vanilla, and sour cream. Then take a fork and mix well until completely combined. Now add egg/sour cream mixture to flour mixture and mix with a wooden spoon until combined/moistened. Divide cobbler cake batter in half.

In a 9 x 13 inch pyrex sprayed with PAM, add half of the cobbler cake batter, and spread evenly across.

Now take your cherry filling and slowly spread across the top a little at a time until completely covered.

Now add remaining cake cobbler mixture to top in big drops to try and cover top, leaving some cherry filling exposed.

Ingredients for cobbler topping:

1/2 – cup sugar

1/2 – cup sliced almonds

Lastly take cobbler and sprinkle with sugar and almonds!

Bake for 60 minutes or until tester toothpick comes out clean. Your cobbler will be golden and your kitchen will smell sweet like a cherry.

Disclosure:  This post is part of a sponsored campaign on behalf of PAM Cooking Spray. We received compensation, a toolkit and PAM promotional items from ConAgra Foods to make this post possible.

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