We love fruit cobblers. We've made them for many years. One recipe stands out as our favorite. This mix comes from that recipe.
Use this mix to make skillet cobblers with your favorite fruits. They're fun, easy, and versatile. And very good. Experiment. Choose fresh, frozen, or canned. Have a good time.
"This is one of my favorite mixes! I love the fruit and cobbler combination--especially with a dollop of caramel whipped cream. I call this my 'kitchen sink cobbler.' I love to experiment with it. I add nuts, maybe some pastry cream, or even some ice cream topping. Caramel pear made with fresh pears and caramel ice cream topping is one of my favorite. But then, mangoes, coconut, and Bavarian cream is outstanding too. I hope you have as much fun with this as we have."
- It's a base mix--the fruit is not included. Since you can use whatever fruit is in season or in your refrigerator, you'll want to make these cobblers often.
- This is a very easy dessert to make. It's a one-stage cake mix, Put it in a pan and sprinkle fruit or other goodies over the top.
- This is a very attractive mix. As it bakes, the batter rises and folds over the fruit and the fruit sinks through the batter so the fruit peeks through the golden cobbler