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Strawberry Cobbler

February 09, 2011

Cobblers are one of my all-time favorite desserts. When I was trying to decide on a recipe to feature for the February issue of the Birmingham Magazine, the first thing that came to mind was a warm succulent Strawberry Cobbler. I thought it would be different to add oats to the topping, making it lighter and healthier. The recipe worked perfectly on my first try during recipe testing (I love it when that happens). When my 3 kids said, “Mom, this is the best thing you have ever made.” I must admit, I agreed. Enjoy on Valentines, Mother’s Day or really anytime. It’s true comfort food, easy to prepare and so worth it.

Strawberry Cobbler

Prep: 20 minutes
Cook: 45 minutes
Yield: 8 to 10 servings
4 cups fresh strawberries, sliced
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup dry oats
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 egg, lightly beaten
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 cup (1 stick) butter, melted
1. Preheat oven to 350F

2. Spread strawberries evenly in a lightly greased 2-quart baking dish; set aside.

3. Combine flour, sugar, oats and baking powder, mixing well. Add egg and cinnamon, stirring gently with a fork to combine. Sprinkle flour mixture evenly over strawberries. Drizzle with butter.

4. Bake in preheated oven 40 to 45 minute or until lightly browned and bubbly. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream, if desired. Makes 8 servings


28 Responses to “Strawberry Cobbler”
Tracy says:
February, 13 2011at 06:37 pm
I love cobblers, but somehow I've never tried a strawberry one before! Yum!
February, 11 2011at 06:25 am
Cobblers, crisps, crumbles - I love 'em all! This is kind of like a cross between a crumble and cobbler and so easy to make too.
Kasia says:
February, 12 2011at 05:43 pm
OMG this looks so yummy! Thank you for brilliant idea :)
February, 12 2011at 09:08 am
Alison, I bet your kids loved this cobbler - it looks so pretty too! xo
February, 09 2011at 01:34 pm
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Elle says:
February, 09 2011at 01:42 pm
Why didn't I ever think of strawberry cobbler? Guess I don't often think of strawberries cooked, but eaten fresh. I need to change the way I think-this looks fabulous!
Lisa says:
February, 09 2011at 02:42 pm
This looks amazing. I am making this tonight for sure
Tina says:
February, 09 2011at 02:43 pm
Wow! This is gorgeous. You go girl!
Missy says:
February, 09 2011at 02:45 pm
Strawberry Cobbler. What an idea! This one takes the cake, Alison
February, 09 2011at 02:46 pm
Wow! This sounds delicious! March is the beginning of strawberry season here in Louisiana. I can't wait to make this! Thank you!
February, 09 2011at 03:39 pm
Wonderful treat for Valentine's Day! Oats work so well as a topping - and make the dessert feel guilt-free (well, almost).
Jennifer says:
February, 09 2011at 04:08 pm
I love anything with strawberries warm or cold and this looks devine.
February, 09 2011at 06:19 pm
This looks great! Those bowls are so cute!
February, 09 2011at 07:04 pm
Alison, your cobbler looks so wonderful, warm and absolutely delicious! With spring and summer on the way, California strawberries will be more available and I'll definitely be wanting to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing!
JodieMo says:
February, 10 2011at 09:24 am
Oh this is a dish after my own heart. I am a strawberry addict. It looks so warm and delicious! Thanks for sharing!
February, 10 2011at 10:19 am
Hi Alison-Love your cobbler:)I have to take the kids strawberry picking and we will make a strawberry cobbler:)Looks great!
Suzanne says:
February, 10 2011at 10:32 am
Allison, do you think I could make this recipe work without the egg? Egg allergy makes it difficult to bake a lot of things, but this recipe sounds wonderful.
February, 10 2011at 10:42 am
Suzanne, I do! Substitute 3 tbsp canola or vegetable oil
February, 10 2011at 12:10 pm
Oh my does strawberry cobbler sound amazing! Yours look soooo good. I would glady eat the whole thing if I could! :)
Nancy says:
February, 10 2011at 08:47 pm
Can't wait to make this one. Great idea!!!
May, 11 2011at 03:09 pm
We absolutely love cobblers and crumbles. This is a great way to take advantage of the sweet strawberries available right now.
May, 11 2011at 06:53 pm
This sounds perfect! I am definitely trying this one :)
May, 11 2011at 08:56 pm
Alison, we must be on the same wavelength. Your cobbler will pair nicely with my straberry gelato I made today. Looking good!! :)
May, 15 2011at 10:39 pm
What a great idea. And I have a bunch of strawberries begging to be used!
May, 12 2011at 09:09 am
I love warm fruit desserts. Love them! And cobbler is a long-time favorite. With strawberries so plentiful and at a good price right now, this would be a perfect dessert for this weekend.
January, 23 2012at 05:01 pm
My daughter will flip for this!!!
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