Fruit cobbler in individual canning jars, a fun and easy desert. One I will make again because the grandkids loved it and it was very good…just not over the top great.
Canning Jars, 4 1/2 pint jars
Fruit, seasonal, frozen or canned, 2 1/2 Cups in each jar
Flour, 1/2 Cup
Sugar, 1/2 Cup
Salt. 1/2 teaspoon
Butter, 1 heaping Tablespoon on top of each
Whipping cream for the top, I used the squirt kind which is really nice to keep on hand.
Cook at 350 for one hour and top before serving with whipping cream.
I found this recipe on Facebook, and it looked so good I thought I would try it tonight. It was seriously so easy, I didn’t think it would turn out…but it really did. I got it from BUZZ.HOTMOMSCLUB.COM and only did a few things different. I doubled the amount because I made eight instead of four and I used different fruit, both fresh, frozen and peaches from a jar, because they aren’t in season. I also didn’t put any beans in the baking dish. The jars didn’t move around at all, so I didn’t find the dry beans necessary.
The kids loved these pint jugs with handles, and it was fun that everyone got their own desert.
I doubled the recipe and used larger pint jars.
Evenly distribute the flour and sugar mixture by pouring over each jar of fruit. There really is no exact measurement for the dry ingredients. Place about a Tablespoon, maybe a little more…of butter on top of each jar.
If you want the jars to be fuller with fruit, you can use a smaller 1/2 pint canning jars. Bake at 350 degrees for one hour. Your house will smell wonderful!
Let them cool before serving. When you take your first bite, it will be tart, warm and wonderfully sweet from the whipping cream.
Top with whipping cream and serve. You will cause big smiles with this one!
The squirt whipping cream is great to use for this and perfect to keep on hand. This raspberry and blueberry cobbler was my favorite because it was nice and tart. Next time…and there will definitely be a next time, I will add all three fruits together.
This was one great dinner, and I hope you choose to try one of these great recipes.