Top-ranked recipe named "Raspberry Cobbler"
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"This was super quick and easy. My only complaint is that the batter turned out a bit too brown for my liking, not burnt but almost. Next time I'll take it out around 45 minutes. "- JamieK
Preheat oven to 350F. Line an 8 inch or 9 inch square baking dish with raspberries. Make batter by mixing margarine, 1/2 cup sugar, milk,flour, baking powder, salt, and vanilla. Pour batter over fruit and spread evenly. Mix remaining sugar and water. Pour over batter. Bake for 1 hour. Serve warm with cream, ice cream, or whipped cream. Serves 8-9. Origin: Cookbook Digest, July/August 1993. Shared by: Sharon Stevens
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Cmjones77 1 year agoEasy and wonderful
Scubasyl 3 years agoI used half raspberries & half blackberries and as recommended doubled the batter. It was fantastic!! Best cobbler I ever ate. Can't wait to make it again!
Patgibs 3 years agoSo I used half rasberries half black berries and it was amazing, delicious the only problem was not enough batter next time I will double the batter!
JamieK 3 years agoThis was super quick and easy. My only complaint is that the batter turned out a bit too brown for my liking, not burnt but almost. Next time I'll take it out around 45 minutes.
Jacquelynrn 3 years agoThis was a waste of 4 cups of frest raspberries. Knew there was a problem when it said to pour batter over berries. I had to spoon the batter out and there was not enough to cover the berries. It did not raise at all. I made it with the exact ingredients in the reciple.
mlashle 3 years agoExcellent and super easy!! My husband and I ate the entire thing in one afternoon!
Skrocak 3 years agoWonderful evening treat! Just the right balance of sweet and tart!
Gerry_mouse 3 years agoGreat dessert - I had to google to swap the American cup measurements to UK weights (BigOven converts 4 cups of raspberries to mils!?) but it worked a treat and was gorgeous with singe cream poured over. Big thanks from everyone in our house, the bowls were licked clean by all the children and the adults!
jamie.grinnell 4 years agoI didn't have enough raspberries so I used 1 c raspberries and 3 c blueberries for a fourth of July treat and it turned out amazing! I am definitely passing this recipe on!
lgallaher01 5 years agoThis is so easy to make and so good I made it twice just this week. Gave the recipe to my Aunt and she made it also. She loves it.