The simplest cobbler

Yield: 1 Servings

Measure Ingredient
2 \N Inches fruit juice and fruit
1 \N Yellow cake mix
\N \N Sugar

Oil the pot with cooking oil. Some use salad oil. If ind it burns to readily and produces an offensive taste and odor. Pour in about 1½ to 2 inches of fruit juice and the fruit (sweetener mixed in). Sprinkle one or two dry cake mixes over fruit, keeping it the same depth as much as possible. I generally use a plain yellow cake mix, but any kind you desire is okey. Experiment a little with chocolate, lemon or maple nut. Thend rop some raisins and nuts on top and you're ready to go. Keep the heat medium to cool on the bottom, hotter on top. Check often as fruit jucies burn quickly. Usually when it is nicely browned it is done. A toothpick will verify it.

Recipe by: Allen Heaton (Hurricane Heritage Cookbook) Posted to MC-Recipe Digest V1 #640 by hister@... (Iris E. Dunaway) on Jun 9, 1997

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