Deb, you make me so popular, I don’t know what I would do without you. But might make a little more batter, as my ceramic lasagna dish was a little deep. I made it with just apples, reduced sugar (about 2/3 cup) and cinnamon in the batter. Plum and apples are an interesting combo. Recipes. I subscribe to a CSA “summer fruit” box and have been reveling in strawberries and peaches and apricots for weeks. Thanks for this amazing recipe, Deb! This plum and apple cobbler is perfect as a treat for this summer as well when we want some quick and easy dessert. I grew up with crisps, not cobblers so it was a new recipe for me and I’m excited to think about all the variations in my future. Divine. They work with even the most basic batter – eggs, sugar, flour. Who knew? Not quite sure the batter surrounding the fruit was entirely cooked (could have been wetness from the fruit) when the top was browned after the suggested 40 minutes. So good! Since I wanted to feel better eating it at breakfast, I only used 2/3 c sugar in the batter and 2 Tbsp on top and subbed in 1/3 c whole wheat flour. Basically for a Cobbler, you need pantry ingredients flour, butter, sugar and fruits. Love the pan! Mmmmmm had my eye on this since you posted it, waiting for the right Sunday to make it. As I have commented before, the “read the rest of >>” doesn’t work on your email. It turned out beautifully. I have made the same recipe for years with strawberries (1 container, spread pointy side up in rows on tope of the batter) and it never dawned on me to try with other fruit. I preferred the plums to the apples. Would love to make an apple pancake, recipe?? Mix until smooth. I took the kids apple and plum picking today at an orchard outside Syracuse. I have 5 plums left & I’m sure this will come out of our oven again this week. You know what? Never knew there could be savory cobblers! It seemed so quick and so easy (I wondered if it was too simple?!?). I like your addition of cinnamon. I never tried cobbler with plum, looks interesting and yummy! She made it with Boysenberries, but I’ve made it with other fruit, too. Melted butter goes in the pan, mix everything but the fruit, pour it over the butter, dump in the fruit and it’s liquid, sprinkle with cinnamon, bake at 350Âº F 45min to an hour (browned and bubbly). Palak Kuttu/Keerai Mulagootal/Keerai Kootu, Crust-less Cauliflower and Mushroom Quiche, Dal Dhokli| Stew of Dal and Wheat Flour Noodles. I might reduce the butter by a tablespoon or two next time. I loooove cobblers, no matter the batter or process, or what you decide to call them. I also added a little bit of almond extract to the batter. As a child, this was the only way I would eat peaches :) It was almost a cobbler … Carry on! She discussed this after the site redesign. (Clarifying because my husband is always I donât think I want till he sees the dish.). – Cut the sugar back to around ~120g in the cake and just a sprinkle on top. This is my favorite cobbler recipe. Would subbing almond milk make a difference? Made this last night with a 2.75-quart baking dish and baked for 40 minutes. It may have been printed in the newspaper. Taste is all that matters! Most recipes agree that there’s fruit at the bottom and topped with either a cake batter or dollops of biscuit or dumpling dough, and sure enough, we have examples of each in the archives one with cornmeal drop biscuits and another with a crispy cake lid. What are your thoughts? HI DEB, Would a glass pyrex type dish work okay or do you recommend a stoneware type dish (Emily Henry)? Looks awesome! BUT o.m.g those browned edge bits!???? I make a Cobbler ahead and let it sit on the counter if I plan to use it the same day. I love the idea of making it with prune plums (which I have in the fridge). I hate to admit this, but I had trouble with this recipe, and I so wanted it to be great! Subscribe to our mailing list download SIMPLY HEALTHY COOKBOOK! I guess I was expecting something like a traditional cobbler. Book club on the 26th, dessert course now on menu!! I made this for guests a few weeks ago and it was a big hit. I come from a no-cobbler country – well, as far as I know – so this form of dessert was new to me, but I am now definitely a convert to this notion. It was lovely and I am looking forward to making it again. My Grandmother made it with all kinds of fruit, but my favorite was when she used sour cherries tossed with a little extra sugar and a little almond extract in the batter. I don’t think it would negatively affect it…? The buttery-crisp edges framing this delightful cakey cobbler are not to be missed. acquired knowledge about surfacing fruit in baked cakes? Recipes. I threw it together for a dinner party and took it along with my other, already made, chocolate cake. You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies. Frozen fruit must be thawed and drained. Absolutely delicious. Simple Easy Vegetarian Casserole Recipe that goes straight from the oven to the table! I don’t know that regular whole wheat would behave the same. I am making this for the third time in about ten days, because my spouse is a big fan and it is so easy! This looks perfect for Rosh or Yom… sweet for the new year. Planning to make it again this week…..and next. I used real sugar (50 g) for the sprinkle on top. It was still delicious, the plums were all melty and the underneath was all crusty and buttery. I tried cobbler with apples and a few berries but never with plums. If I make it a day ahead I pop it in the fridge and warm it up before serving. Done. It’s suitable for any fresh fruit you have around. This reminded me of a Dutch baby pancake only better. Do you believe I could use whole wheat flour, or would it be too heavy? So good. I melted the butter in the oven while preheating, until it was splattery. A whole hour, an hour in … Arrange plum and apple slices over batter. I used coconut oil for the butter and almond milk for the milk, and it was delicious! Combine apples and plums into a bowl with cornstarch and sugar and mix. The ropey plums which were otherwise destined for the bin were deliciously sweet and jammy with the apples and don’t get me started on those crisp, chewy edges. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! I enjoy you daily messages and pictures. I just made this last night and while it came out amazing, I made it in a 2qt baking dish and had not nearly enough room for all the fruit! All of these keep their shape as they bake. It sounds delicious. Deb, you are the bomb for always having the best recipes that I love to make and your adaptations on recipes and the descriptions of your results is what leads me to my own. I only now subscribed (silly!). I made it this morning and now, at 4 p.m., it is long gone. I think I could add even more plums next time. First published September 16, 2016 on smittenkitchen.com |, Skirt Steak Salad with Arugula and Blue Cheese, Potatoes with Soft Eggs and Bacon Vinaigrette, Marta @ What should I eat for breakfast today, 1/2 cup (115 grams or 4 ounces) unsalted butter, 3 small (I used Italian prune plums) or 2 medium plums, no need to peel. Also, someone in the house doesn’t like cinnamon (?? Do you think it would work with margarine and soy milk? It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. Love your site, and have cooked many of your recipes. I used peaches and added a tiny sprinkle of almond extract to the batter. Then I open my news reader and find this â serendipitous food is the best food they say*. Required fields are marked *. I would try halving the butter next time. I saw this recipe go up on Friday morning and made it on Saturday for a dinner party — it was SO delicious, so many great textures, and perfect for the early fall weather. Enjoyed reading your detailed writeup which is informative and interesting too. Baking cobbler is on my to do list. Also swapped the whole milk for half and half because it’s what I had. That was fun! Have you tried it? It never disappoints. Added a little extra milk (1 T?) This recipe is good and easy but next time, I will follow the picture rather than the measurements. I did make my own substitutions and I’ll share. So thank you soo much for this Deb. This looks delish .. I used all plums (regular old grocery store ones) and they melted into jammy puddles (SO GOOD). Just perfect. Definitely making one this weekend! Peel and slice the peaches if you are using them. This was fabulous!!! Hi Deb! Jul 15, 2019 - Explore Linda Gifford's board "Plum Cobbler" on Pinterest. Oh Deb…this is good. I used a 2 quart Pyrex based on Deb’s comments about her dish being big. Outstanding! Recipes. The plum and apple cobbler looks fab and it must have tasted delicious. I love that it goes in with a beach weekend and goes out with cinnamon sticks and warm cider. Definitely making this again! Had apples and plums, but no milk!! Pour into 9-inch iron skillet. My house currently smells incredible. Yum! Simple dishes made in pace with the seasons’ fruits are the best ! Imagine my delight when I discovered this recipe! I don’t think mine was terribly pretty either — it’s just a dusting of powdered sugar and good window light helping the photo. :) In time, I will move the Feedblitz (new recipes) email over to the system (Mailchimp) we use for the weekly and all will be well. Trolled for a recipe just to use them up, came across this one, and made a double batch. Maybe I need to use the 3 quart. It’s a regular Sunday dessert for us. I concur that cobbler means something different to everyone. It’s OK to let it wait while you do that? I’ve got a batch of unexpectedly soft apples and Italian plums in the freezer, so this is perfect. Tilt the dish to ensure it is evenly coated with butter. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Saved from smittenkitchen.com. I should, after seeing your recipe. Then this morning, I really wished I had it for breakfast. At any rate, this wasn’t super for me…too buttery and too cake-like….not cobbler like. Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. Your plum and apple coobler looks absolutely delectable di ! Gail, if youâre still seeking puffy pancakes, search for Debâs Dutch baby recipes. Thanks Deb! It’s a definitely a different process! Works like a charm and eliminates the tedious clicks of the “more recent articles >>” route. No baking a Cobbler does not need a lot of time. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Overall, a success though (I also doubled the fruit because I had it and I really like oven baked fruit). Love the way you have presented the cobblerâ¦ Looks delicious, Reminds me of masterchef ! We always called it Poor Man’s Cobbler, because the ingredients are in amounts easy to borrow (stick of butter, cup of flour, cup of milk, quart of fruit). My family used this recipe a lot. This looks delicious but any suggestion on a milk replacement? Cobbler are my weakness, its been a while i made some, just drooling here. This is how my dad’s family has always made cobbler. Think this is a recipe that could be tweaked for single servings in a ramekin? They’ve been selling these gorgeous emerald pluots that would be perfect for this. It was delicious my son said and I shouldnât be fussy about how it looks :). The no-fuss approach of this recipe is inspiring, I can’t wait to try it. Magic Apple Plum Cobbler, Plum Cobbler, Gluten-Free Blueberry Plum Cobbler with Corn Flour Biscuits (Gluten-Free) and 3 more top-rated Plum Cobbler recipes on Punchfork. Any suggestions on how to do this would be much appreciated. Fresh fruit is always better though! Mar 22, 2019 - September is my favorite in food, weather and outlook. Assuming that he wouldn’t eat it I had 3/4 of it in the two hours between it emerging gloriously puffy from the oven and husband coming home. I’m over sixty and grew up in Kentucky. Definition of success if ever I heard it: You give us great recipes and I gain the confidence to improvise. Thank you for the recipe! The only thing I would have done differently is to reduce the amount of sugar in the topping from 1/4 cup to 1/8 cup since the surface area is much smaller in a 8×8 pan, you don’t need so much for the topping. , mascarpone or unsweetened whipped cream on top. but some words of wisdom, often of humour, and ALWAYS a great wit! I got nervous about lack of moisture though so I added about 2 tbsp water the batter. sugar plum crepes with ricotta and honey. will be doing that on next try! . It’s a great recipe for getting the maximum buttery bang for your buck! Can imagine the flavors of fresh fruits in the bake! Glad so many like it though. Highly recommend! I’d say this runs a tiny bit sweet (it’s supposed to) but if you think this might bother you, you could reduce the sugar in the filling by 3 tablespoons. Your fresh fruit maybe juicy so add 1-2 tablespoons cornflour it will make a great sauce when it cooks. I’ve yet to see Italian plums anywhere though :(. I only wish I had made a 2nd one! I agree on lessening the sugar though I’d keep the 1/4 cup of sugar on top since it creates the most delicious butterscotchy crust. My grandmother heard the recipe on a radio show called Lum and Abner in the 50s. I will give it a try too. cobbles of scones…”cobblescones”, if you will? And only a large pince of sugar sprinkled over the top. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Made this last night and loved it! hazelnut plum crumb tart. It is absolutely delicious and so quick and easy. I did what someone else mentioned and cut the sugar in half. A cobbler has fruit on the bottom and a topping. This looks incredible. I couldn’t quite fit all of the fruit (perhaps because I did a 2qt, not a 3qt). Like, REALLY GOOD. The email you send would/couldn’t/didn’t show the recipe. Oh boy ! If you have a food processor process the flour and butter to get fine crumbs. The plums were melty and juicy, the apples a bit too crisp. The number of days above 90 degrees finally peters off. I even made a red & white current cobbler with this recipe a few years ago. You could cover it with foil to keep it warm, but it will compromise the texture — it gets a little crispy/chewy at the edges. My book club loved it. Beautiful click. Cobbler is popular in the United Kingdom and the United States. These looks awesome dear.. Cobbler is a delicious bake, and the combo of plums and apples sounds interesting. i made half a portion of the recipe for dinner with a guest and it was a great success indeed. In case you are using berries just use fresh firm ones. I really don’t like sugar much so I replaced the sugar with 1/4 cup maple syrup. Save this Magic apple plum cobbler recipe and more from Smitten Kitchen to your own online collection at EatYourBooks.com ... Magic apple plum cobbler from Smitten Kitchen by Ian Knauer and Deb ... it twice in one week. Thank you for sharing and I really like your clear photos. Your email address will not be published. If you plan ahead, you always have 4 peaches or 4 plums or, but there comes a day when you have a ripe peach, an apricot or two, a couple of any kind of berries…..and voila, the Summer Dump. It was so easy to make and clean up and it was absolutely delicious. Taste tested and it was fine to eat but not looking like how I expected.. I improvised with plums and blackberries and something unexpected…I left the pan in the oven a little too long and the butter browned, What a pleasant surprise to have an extra yummy factor! The temperature should be about 93C/200F. :-) Now you’re making me regret missing our local weekly farmers market. I used butter (recipe calls for one stick) and used skim milk. Nothing wrong there, you intentionally don’t mix the butter so that you get puddles which create all those cool textures. I cut the butter back to around ~90-95g since there was less surface area but other than that everything fit & cooked at same time/temp (35min at 350). I cannot figure out how to fix it and have nobody to outsource it to — they don’t “support” the account because it’s a free one and have I mentioned that we have a lovely high-functioning newsletter that goes out weekly? Pour batter over the butter but do not stir, even if it looks like a puddle-y buttery mess. pears and ginger, YES! Mom called it a cobbler, but I would call it a buckle. The crusty edges and soft fruit were a comfort in the Autumn weather in Australia. Could I use buttermilk in place of the whole milk? But somehow after about 35 minutes, the butter was soaked up and turned into these delicious crispy crackly bits at the edges. I suggest playing it by ear depending on the fruit being used. It’s an awesome recipe to use on “oldish” fruit. This was amazingly easy and delicious! Spread the batter into a greased 15x10x1-in. Yes, we make this in Texas too! I promise this isn’t an elaborate ploy to get everyone to subscribe to the new one, it’s just that the formatting and whole system there is at least functioning. Didn’t affect cooking time. I was (guardedly) skeptical with your “Magic” designation, but oh goodness. Totally forgot to say a BIG THANK YOU to everyone who left their feedback along with any tweaks to the recipe. On days when she didn’t have time for a layer cake or pie, this was the fallback dessert. I’ve been cooking for sixty plus years, and have made this countless times. What happened? My Instagram handle is #themadscientistskitchen. I know this will be a frequent visitor to my table. So that part is fine, but it just wasn’t for me. Thanks for the recipe and inspiration! Meanwhile, Transfer the fruit to a pie dish and spread it out. Since this might be the season you ask yourself this question again: switch to upside down cakes if you like the fruit to show nicely! I’m going to make it but I’m not sure if I can get plums at the moment where I am. You seem to enjoy the canning–I once did a bunch of canning myself. eval(ez_write_tag([[300,250],'themadscientistskitchen_com-large-mobile-banner-1','ezslot_6',115,'0','0']));Do you like this recipe? I’ll try that next time. The plum adds a little tartness to it and works nicely with the mild apples. Next time I might make it with even less sugar – we are a sweet tooth household but I felt it was just a tad too sweet for the dish. . Stir in the 60 grams of sugar and mix well. traded plums and apples for home-canned pears, added some ginger and nutmeg, and a splash of cream on the cobbler at the end. Xx. I usually do slightly less than 1:1 for Purecane to sugar substitutions just because I find it can get too sweet / off tasting if you do exactly 1:1. I love your website. I'm Natasha Kravchuk. HI Deb… Thanks for the tip to click on the “SK” logo. Following your cinnamon lead, I added a little cardamom and nutmeg as suggested by my 8 year old. Added bonus? I used about four small peaches. Can only imagine that this would be delicious with almost any fruit…think of rhubarb/strawberry or cranberry/apple. What a great idea! How I love getting mail from SK!! Apple Cobbler is a favorite apple dessert that is easy to make! Beat mixture on hight speed for 3 minutes. Combine the flour and baking powder; gradually add to creamed mixture. Will make it with pears next time since I have a pear tree. I have always been intimidated by cobblers, but this will be a go-to recipe. As it was baking, I was sure I did something wrong–the butter was pooling on top of the cake and it looked like a wet mess. A quite simple but very kicky (garlic! And yes, the cinnamon smelled divine. Unintentionally, mine was vegan. Looks so yumâ¦. The adjustment worked for me because I the fruit and batter are sweet enough for me (and I often reduce the sugar in recipes as a habit). Love the combination of apple and plumâ¦bookmarking to try soon!! I like fruit / veggie based bakes. Magic Apple And Plum Cobbler Recipe Plum Cobbler Smitten Kitchen How Sweet Eats . 1.5 Years Ago: Potatoes with Soft Eggs and Bacon Vinaigrette I’m a big fan of butter, but maybe not so much! Second time looks good — haven’t eaten it yet, though. Looking forward to warming up another piece tonight. Itâs delicious and puffy with crispy golden edges that all the other reviewers describe, so I donât think it suffered at all from the substitution. I made this (without plums – added 1 apple) for our Sunday morning dog playgroup and it was a big hit with the humans. Not only do I get great recipes to try and enjoy, (All copied and now my “SK FAVS”!) Bake the cobbler until it is set and golden on top, 35 to 40 minutes. Hi Welcome to THE MAD SCIENTISTS KITCHEN. 6,175 views Also used Himalayan pink salt. I love that … But – we were a crowd of 6 and we couldn’t figure out how this recipe should ever yield 8-10 servings… ;-) Next time I will double the recipe! I always call cakes like this buckles – but regardless of what you call it, it looks delicious!!! but i wouldn’t bother with soy milk and margarine, the fat has to have a good flavour. I used whole wheat pastry flour and coconut sugar. I also think this’ll make a great base to start experimenting with different fruits, adding different extracts, spices, etc. However, it turned out perfect and everyone loved it. Have been substituting oat milk, and it works fine. Love the presentation arch, Looks delicious! The tartness from plum and the sweetness from apples together in the cobbler must have tasted amazing. This seems unnecessarily complicated. I used SR flour, and only 2.5oz butter, and 110gram sugar. BUT!!! The dessert looks divine and such beautifully presented. plum squares with marzipan crumble. Easy to modify to whatever’s in the pantry. Here you'll find delicious, trusted recipes with easy step-by-step photos and videos. Place pan in oven for 5 to 7 minutes, until butter has melted. Cobblers are such an easy and delicious way to use fruits. Also, it was fun meeting you in Toronto on Saturday! We especially loved how crispy the bottom got, that was a nice surprise. That said, it still looks delicious, and I’ll certainly be giving it a try. this….this…was the BEST thing I have eaten this year! Reminds me of Paula Dean’s peach cobbler recipe, which is fantastic. I used cherries sometimes and a bit of almond extract. I will have to make it with just apples- my husband is now allergic to plums (and peaches). Do you mind sharing the source? I just made this and cannot get over how fast it is! In case you do and whenever you do please tag me on Facebook. Hi! Use plums, apples, pears, berries, peaches, to bake a delicious and colourful dessert. Thank you! Agree with less sugar though. In the past, I have used a mix of cooking apples and plums. Ugh – tried it, don’t do it! Peel and core apples. Great Fall recipe but it would be at any time of year. So simple yet so good! Whisk together the flour, 3/4 cup sugar, baking powder and salt in a small bowl and stir in milk. Yes, it’s fine for a little bit — shouldn’t take more than a couple minutes, right? Mix until smooth. It’s a Feedblitz issue but also a feed issue but also really a Deb issue. But the ice cream? austrian torn, fluffy pancake. 4. I used some plums I have been waiting a week to soften (they haven’t) and a couple of apples. I have cobbler in my to do list for long. Heat your oven to 350°F. – Added a splash of vanilla extract to the cake batter. The cake batter was looked set and even heated up tasted amazing. 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