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Easiest Cobbler Ever
mamakim27 posted:
This really is the easiest recipe. I have never tried it with fresh apples or pears, but if you know how to make an applie pie, just use that, but instead of the pie crust, make it into a cobbler!

1 cup sugar
1 cup flour
1 cup milk
1 stick of butter
Applie Pie Filling

Mix sugar, flour and milk. Set aside. Pour pie filling into casserole dish or loaf pan. I usually pour crust mixture through a strainer to eliminate any lumps. Pour over filling. Now you can either cut butter into squaries and place all over top, or wait until cobbler is almost done and pour melted butter over top. Cook at about 400-450. I have never actually timed it, I just keep an eye on it until it is a nice golden brown. Usually takes about 35-40 minutes. Enjoy!!!
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