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Fresh Cherry Cobbler

Updated: Oct 27, 2022

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You ever think about what a strange word, cobbler is? Say it, cobbler. Doesn't sound appetizing and the name may come from the fact that the dough on top sometimes resembles cobbled stoned street. The moment you taste a delicious cobbler you forget all about the name and immediately associate with dessert. They can be made with any berry you like or even peaches, pears and apples. Our friends have cherry trees and gave us a bowl full of freshly picked cherries so we made a cherry cobbler. Obviously we ate most of them fresh. The freshly picked tart cherries and sweetened biscuit-like topping are a perfect match, and if you’re feeling extra add a scoop of vanilla ice cream. This is an easy and fast recipe guaranteed to satisfy any dessert loving person you know.

Fresh Cherry Cobbler


- 330g (3 cups) pitted fresh cherries

- 165g white sugar to macerate the cherries

- 15g (1tbs) flour to macerate the cherries

- 110g unsalted butter

- 120g flour

- 220g white sugar

- 5g baking powder

- 250ml milk


  1. Preheat your oven to 175C or 350F.

  2. Pit the cherries. All you need is a straw. Take a cherry and remove the stem.

  3. Place 110g of unsalted butter into a 23x33cm (9x13in) baking dish. Place that in the oven for 5 minutes to melt the butter.

  4. In a large bowl mix flour, white sugar, and baking powder. Whisk and add the milk and continue whisking. Don’t over mix.

  5. To macerate the cherries add the white sugar and the flour to cherries and mix.

  6. 5 minutes have passed. Remove the dish from the oven and pour in the cherries followed evenly spreading out the batter on top of the cherries, but do not mix. You should have one layer of cherries and one later of batter.

  7. Place it in the oven to bake for 60 minutes or 1 hour.

  8. Wait until it is completely cool.

  9. Top it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and enjoy.

Tips: We suggest using half the amount of sugar and butter and adding 1 tsp of fresh lemon juice and 1/2 tsp of vanilla extract.

What’s your favorite cobbler? Let us know in the comments below. Our top 3 cobblers are cherry, peach, and apple.

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