If using a 9×13, I would double the recipe, I have never made a cobbler before this, i only used 21ozcan but it was So good! This would be similar in size to a 9×9-inch pan which is holds about 8 cups and 2.0 Liters. Magic Crust Cherry Cobbler is easy to make and assembles in under 5 minutes plus baking time. I'm Ronda, welcome to Kitchen Dreaming. The one thing all cobblers agree on is that if you're topping is made up of primarily brown sugar, butter and oats, you've got yourself a crisp or crumble instead. Pin it to your FOOD AND BEVERAGE OR RECIPE board & SAVE it for later! A cobbler is a baked fruit dessert without a bottom crust and the top crust is a kind of biscuit dough instead of a traditional pastry or pie dough. From the beginning, it seems like cobblers were a way to easily use up extra fruit. I do know, that when my co-worker passed the recipe to me, it was titled “Magic Crust”. Tasted fine, but didn’t turn out right. Smaller pans are too full and the ingredients don't work together they way they should. In a medium bowl, sift together the flour, 3 tablespoons sugar, and salt. You want a tender and flaky crust, and you don't want the fruit filling to be too liquid; it's a fine line to walk and it takes some practice. Slice 1. Thanks again for the recipe. a cup a milk Swirled with butter and cinnamon, the pie crust looks and tastes like a cinnamon bun, and is filled with lots and lots of tender apple pieces. As you can see in the photos, my baking dish is only 1/2 to 2/3 full. Did not stir, as directed. Oh! I saw 2.5 but that’s the height right? Thank you, Kamille – I’m so glad you liked it. While almost all fruit pies need some kind of pie pan, you can bake a cobbler in any kind of baking dish, using … :), Fabulous no matter what it’s called. But pie isn't the only game in town. Learn how your comment data is processed. More About Me. Of course you can use whatever fruit base you like. I’ve got some odd sized pans and loaf pans that may or may not work: 1 6*2” cake pan, 2 7.5*3.75” loaf pans, and 4 5.2*3” loaf pans. I have added an extra equipment note to make this more clear. Never had cobbler this way before. It is less full and works better for this recipe. You might need to add some kind of thickener like cornstarch or arrowroot to make sure the fruit is on the syrupy side, but it's a great way to get a bite of summer in the middle of a cold, wet winter. Have you heard of the Magic Crust pies? It was whatever fruit they could get at the time. I’d never had it before so I  thought this easy cobbler was pretty amazing and had to share it with you. The recipe was for "a peach pot pie" and called for the peaches to be pared from the stone and placed in a baking dish with a large handful of brown sugar on top and plenty of water so as not to burn the peaches. It was perfectly. I love Palm Bay, such a pretty area. A pie can sweet or savory; in fact, tomato pies are one of our favorite summer recipes and pot pies are always a welcome dinner dish. Cooked it in a square 2 quart glass dish – no spills or boiling over but it was quite full. Do not stir. Would love your thoughts, please comment. An 1889 edition of the Good Housekeeping magazine outlined the inverted crust method for a peach cobbler, but on the same page, a recipe for a berry cobbler called for using a deep dish with no under crust. :), Hi! It was edge to edge from the heat of the oven. So it wasnt super sweet. If you try it, let me know how it works out for you! Could I use a 9×13 baking dish? Combine peaches, sugar, flour, vanilla, and butter. A pie, whether sweet or savory, always has a bottom crust, while a cobbler doesn't. No matter where you fall on the cobbler vs pie spectrum, one thing everyone can agree on is that a dollop of ice cream goes great with them all! I’ve made cobblers like this all my life, growing up in the south. You know what a pie is, right? A layer of pastry was placed on top. A cup a self rising flour. I don’t know what this is/was called in other regions of this country (or other countries – where it’s obviously called something different as well) or even in from family to family. Comstock pie fillings are all GF. A fruit cobbler, on the other hand, is infinitely more simple. Well, I had never had this made for me before until I met my significant other. Peach is by far the favorite. From Betty of sunny Palm Bay, Florida, Awesome Betty! A pie can be a bit fussy. Just made this again and i have to say it is still fantastic. Is it a can of cherries or a can of cherry pie filling? A cobbler is a baked fruit dessert without a bottom crust and the top crust is a kind of biscuit dough instead of a traditional pastry or pie dough. Copyright © 2012-2020 Kitchen Dreaming, LLC. I used a can of cherry pie filling as I can never find a can of sour cherries to buy. We've shared some of our favorite pie recipes with you, along with our tips for making the perfect pie crust. The first recorded recipe for a peach cobbler was printed in the 1839 cookbook The Kentucky Housewifewritten by Lettice Bryan. You fresh cherries sound delicious! What size dish. Make your milk just shy of a cup and fill the rest with peach syrup. Can i double and use a 9×13 metal cake pan? Magic Crust (Wicked Easy) Cherry Cobbler is easy to make and assembles in under 5 minutes plus baking time. Hi Barbara – absolutely. Lots of leftover melted butter at the bottom. This is wonderfully good! No need to even smooth it out edge to edge. Blackberry Pie Crust Cobbler is How the South Does it. Yummy! Place flour, sugar, and salt in a food processor and process for 5 seconds. Just dump and go – let the cobbler do the work for you! Super fast and easy to make. Based on my photos, I believe it will fit into a 2-qt dish, however, I have not baked this in a 2-qt dish myself to know for sure. Please read my Disclosure Policy . Two thumbs up, Trish! I’ve never heard of Surprise Cobbler but I had also never heard of “Magic Crust” cobbler until Trish gave me the recipe. To be fair, the biscuit topping is the subject of some debate. Ingredients: 6 (flour.. pats.. sugar...) While many cobbler recipes call for fresh ripe fruit, you can use frozen fruit as well. This was not made with a batter, but with a pie crust. This is the recipe my family has been using for years! All you do is add the cobbler into the pan in layers. The recipe is perfect just the way it is. Yes, in step one a 2.5 QT (9×13″) baking dish is used. Just got done making it!!! We also have strong opinions on cobbler (definitely a good thing). Bake 45 to 50 minutes, or until crust is golden brown. The defining difference between cobbler vs. pie really comes down to the crust (or lack thereof). Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or some whipped topping. #mc-embedded-subscribe-form .mc_fieldset{border:none;min-height: 0px;padding-bottom:0px;}, Filed Under: Dessert, Recipe Tagged With: cherry, Easy Recipes for Beginners, Family-Friendly Recipes, Gluten-Free, kid-friendly, pie, Summer Recipes. Cut, BAKER'S CHOCOLATE ONE BOWL BROWNIE RECIPE, LAST MAC N CHEESE RECIPE YOU'LL EVER MAKE, EASY THANKSGIVING CRANBERRY PINEAPPLE SALAD. Thanks for stopping by. This is by far one of the easiest recipes I’ve made for cherry cobbler. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. For my fruit, I pitted and sliced about 3 cups of fresh cherries and then cooked them for a few minutes with a half cup of sugar. https://www.yummly.com/recipes/peach-cobbler-with-pie-crust As reader Lalia, points out, this recipe has been around “for centuries” called in her area “Surprise Cobbler.” The surprise is the fruit inside. If I double the recipe and use a glass 9×13 dish, how long should I extend the cooking time? I am always pinning yummy new content! I’ll be trying this again over the summer with some other fruit. I’m not quite sure why the crust would migrate to the edges. I’ve also done this with those canned peaches in syrup? It’s a can of cherry pie filling. ©Kitchen Dreaming by KitchenDreaming.com. I’m so glad you liked it. My daughter loves blueberries – and cobbler! The older women in this country call it Surprise Cobbler. While almost all fruit pies need some kind of pie pan, you can bake a cobbler in any kind of baking dish, using almost any kind of fruit. A pie can be topped with a crust, a topping of meringue, whipped cream, or a streusel topping. Pour cherry pie filling over the batter. Some early cobbler recipes called for the peaches to be baked whole (pits and all) in a double crust, but in the late 1800s, cobblers were moving to the no bottom crust method, either in baking or serving. thanks for the great recipe! Mine came out the same way. Do not stir. I noticed that there was some uncertainty on what this fabulous cherry concoction is or isn’t called. Great for potlucks and family gatherings – or anytime. It may be a little thinner than mine but equally delicious. Great for potlucks and family gatherings – or anytime. Mayb a silly question but I need this to turn out great. If you prefer another brand, be sure to read the ingredients.